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Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Former Vanuatu PM, Opposition Leader Natapei Dies
Long-serving politician to receive state funeral

Warrant Of Arrest Issued For PNG Treasury Secretary
Police Commissioner incensed he heard of warrant from Facebook

Runway Extension On Guam Can Handle Long-Haul Flights
Construction complete on $70 million project

Marianas Telecom Cable Repair Completed
Internet back to normal on Saipan after 2+ weeks

Solomons Disaster Funding Decision ‘Political’: Transparency SI
NGO: Cabinet decision to give funds to MPs not in interest of people

With Little Warning, AMEX Stops Services To Cook Islands
Purchase of Westpac by BSP leads to inconvenience for tourist industry

RMI Immigration Looks To Deport i-Kiribati Visa Over-Stayers
Undocumented ‘off-the-books’ workers subject of complaints

Toolkit Released To Address Violence Against Women In Tonga
New information resource launched in Nuku‘alofa

PM Invites Airlines PNG To Start Apia, LA, Hong Kong Flights
Tuilaepa wants more flights to boost tourism

Establishment Of Regional Breadfruit Initiative Test Site Underway
American Samoa to host site for University of Hawaii project

Palauans Encouraged To Serve Healthier Food At Custom Events
‘NCD-free menu’ proposed by women’s group

Fiji PM Calls China Trip ‘A Big Success’
More investors likely, especially in tourism: Bainimarama

Samoa Rugby Union Loses $636,000 From All Blacks Visit
Revenue not enough to cover $1.4 million cost

50th Anniversary Of Self Governance Kicks Off In Cook Islands
Te Maeva Nui 50 launch ‘exceeded all expectations’

International Trade Union Head To Visit Samoa
FIRST Union establishes first private-sector Union in Samoa

CNMI Granted Extension To Comment On Military EIS
Network outage prompts second 14 day extension

Am. Samoa Hospital Board Allegedly Improperly Issuing Licenses
Revelation included in Governor’s letter about deteriorating care

Claiming Persecution In China, Man Seeks Asylum In Palau
Chinese businessman claims military beat and jailed him

Regional Women In Corrections Conference Underway In Fiji
Regional countries to learn from Fiji’s rehab, reform experience

PNG’s Ok Tedi Mine Facing Temporary Shutdown, Lay Offs
Dry weather, low prices creating ‘challenging business environment’

3 Australia Manus Guards Accused Of Drugging, Raping Woman
Local PNG woman found naked in hotel room

First Class Of Vanuatu Doctors Trained In Cuba Graduate
12 ni-Vanuatu have been training in Havana for seven years

Suspended Nauru MPs Not Invited To Meet Forum Chief
Government allows 3 opposition members not suspended to meeting




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