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Tue
21
Feb

Vanuatu Musical Group Wins 2016 Pacific Song Contest

 

Entering its fifth year with 17 songs from nine countries the Pacific Song Competition (PSC) was a true representation of Asia-Pacific’s diversity of song and culture. PSC welcomes countries around the Pacific Ocean, from New Zealand and Australia in the south-west, up to Russia and Canada in the north and down to Ecuador and Chile in the south-east. The aim of the competition is to give musicians and performers a world stage that they might otherwise, not be able to attain. The PSC final series takes place by Web-stream on a virtual stadium with the final in November each year. PSC allows anyone to enter the competition. There is no cost involved to enter.

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Thu
10
Nov

Hawaii International Film Festival: Pacific Islands Films

 

For those of us lucky enough to live in Hawaii, this 36th Hawaii International Film Festival is once again showcasing films from New Zealand, Vanuatu, Tahiti and Hawaii.

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Mon
03
Oct

On GPS: The President Of A Disappearing Island Nation

 

Fareed Zakaria sits down with President Hilda Heine of the Marshall Islands to learn what threat climate change poses her country and what can be done about it.Source: CNN

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Tue
20
Sep

General Assembly Of The United Nations: Pacific Islands Statements

Videos and Statements from Pacific Islands Leaders will be posted as they become available. 

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Mon
18
Jul

Australian TV Broadcast Slams Samoa’s Lax Penal System

 

60 Minutes Australia: If you're thinking of holidaying in Samoa, you'd be wise to think again. The brochures show an idyllic South Pacific paradise and promise a welcome as warm as the sun. But that can never be the truth while a sadistic thug named Lauititi Tualima lives there.

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Fri
01
Jul

Honolulu Civil Beat's Chad Blair Discusses The Micronesia One-Stop Shop In Honolulu

KITV4 News discussed the one-stop shop for services for Micronesian immigrants that appears to be doing a lot of good work but is also facing serious scrutiny during their Civil Beat segment with Chad Blair.

Source: KITV4 News

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Mon
27
Jun

Thousands of Southern Highlanders Mourn For PNG Student Attacked At University of Technology

"Thousands of people covered themselves in mud and marched through Mendi town , the capital of Southern Highlands Province to mourn for late Graham Romanong who was killed at the Unviersity of Technology over the weekend. The student was allegedly murdered by a rival student group on Saturday night."
[Source: http://news.pngfacts.com/2016/06/shp-mourns-for-student-killed-at.html]

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Thu
09
Jun
Tue
24
May

400th Anniversary Of European Contract With Tonga

It's been 400 years since Tonga had its first contact with European explorers. Listen to an interview with Dr. Malakai Koloamatangi, an academic from New Zealand's Massey University.

From Radio New Zealand International 

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Mon
23
May

2016 Festival of Pacific Arts: Opening Ceremonies

2016 Festival of Pacific Arts: Opening Ceremonies
KUAM News

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