Monthly Archives: August 2014

Kerry on brief Solomons visit

Kerry on brief Solomons visit

The American Secretary of State, John Kerry, is today briefly visiting Solomon Islands. In Honiara, he will attend wreath-laying ceremonies at the Guadalcanal American Memorial and Solomon Scouts and Coastwatchers Memorial to remember those who died in the Second World ...

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Tonga school rugby goes on despite violence

Tonga school rugby goes on despite violence

Tonga’s secondary school rugby season will not be cancelled despite concern over a spectator fight interrupting a game last week. The match on August 8th between Liahona High School and Apifo’ou College was called off after brawling ex-students marched onto ...

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Report says American Samoa fire equipment outdated

Report says American Samoa fire equipment outdated

Too few fire trucks in American Samoa and poor equipment have been blamed for the fire bureau’s inability to put out fires. The Department of Public Safety has produced a report, by the director of Office of Fraud, Preventions and ...

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NZ urged to lobby for release of journalists in West Papua

NZ urged to lobby for release of journalists in West Papua

A West Papua action group is urging New Zealand and other Pacific nations to lobby Indonesian authorities for the immediate release of two French journalists. Thomas Dandois and Valentine Bourrat were reporting in the Indonesian-controlled Papua region for a French-German ...

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23 million Twitter users are fed by robots

23 million Twitter users are fed by robots

Twitter has an autofeed problem. In an analysis of its user base, Twitter (TWTR, Tech30) said 30 million, or 11% of its 271 million active users, receive tweets through third-party applications, such as Tweetdeck. Of that group, 23 million, or ...

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