- The Director of the PNG National Research Institute Thomas Webster speaks out for freedom of speech in PNG.
- Sarah Logan looks at how increased mobile phone use will impact electoral integrity in the Solomon Islands and Fijian elections.
- Why has there been no progress in stopping sorcery killings in PNG?
- With Fiji's election coming up in September, the new commander of country's military discusses coups and the role of the military in politics.
- The Solomon Islands Prime Minister has approached Fiji to deploy soldiers to provide security at the troubled Gold Ridge mine.
- A Chatham House report argues that PNG should partner with the EU to combat widespread illegal logging.
- With Anzac Day coming up, here's the trailer for Parer's War, a film about Australian war photographer Damien Parer's experiences in New Guinea in World War II:
Pacific island links: Freedom of speech, illegal logging, elections, sorcery killings and more
Published 24 Apr 2014
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