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After three years at the helm of Pacific Cooperation Foundation (PCF), Laulu Mac Leauanae has been appointed as Chief Executive of the Ministry for Pacific Peoples (MPP).
State Services Commissioner Peter Hughes officially announced Mac’s three-year appointment recently, and warmly welcomes Mac to the Public Service.
Broadcasters from various organisations based around the Pacific have had a golden opportunity to gain invaluable skills and knowledge from their New Zealand peers.
Pacific Cooperation Broadcasting Limited’s (PCBL) inaugural Media Exchange Programme (MEP) got underway in May, with the initial four broadcasters arriving in Auckland for a two-week placement, at either TVNZ or Mediaworks.
From the creative minded guys that bought you 7 Days, now bring you their debut feature film, Gary of the Pacific!
Starring Josh Thomson, Megan Stevenson, Dave Fane, Matt Whelan and Dominic Ona-Ariki, and the new face on screen - Taofi Mose-Tuiloma!
The downpour again affected the area near Houilaou where last week eight people were killed in mudslides and flooding.
People from Gouareu et de Ouakaya, which were the worst hit villages last week, were moved to a boarding school.
The rain prompted many schools in the northern half of the main island to close yesterday and will remain closed for days.
The government released $US18,000 to the Red Cross to help last week's victims.
Samoa's suspended Police Commissioner, Fuiavailili Egon Keil, through his lawyer, is seeking a court decision to grant him him access to police evidence needed to build his defence against 259 charges.
The prosecution has been given time by the court to file a response to the application, which will be heard next Monday.
Meanwhile the case against the suspended police commissioner has been adjourned without a plea to 12 December to allow police to finalise all the charges.
New Zealand is "highly likely" to host Fijian Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama for a state visit the week after next, Prime Minister John Key says.
Mr Bainimarama will be in New Zealand to attend an All Blacks match, and Mr Key says they will probably have a formal meeting as well.
Mr Key visited Fiji in June, the first visit by a New Zealand prime minister in a decade.