Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. 64 No. 6 ( Jun. 1, 1994)
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS MONTHLY 1
Advertising 2
PACIFIC ISLANDS MONTHLY 3
LETTERS 4
HEADLINES HAWAII 4
COOK ISLANDS 4
PAPUA NEW GUINEA 4
HEADLINES VANUATU 5
SOLOMON ISLANDS 5
NEW ZEALAND 5
KIRIBATI 5
Advertising 6
THE UNITED NATIONS The north tells all islands to drown 6 , 7 , 8
THE UNITED NATIONS Small islands cut off by telecom companies 8
Nauru walks away from meet $50m richer 8
the Barbados Conference Niue wants to increase population 9
UN boss shows commitment 9
Korman defends small islands 9
More members? 9
Small nations use sovereignty 9
Advertising 10
COVER STORY Cashing in on nuclear waste 11 , 12 , 13
Fishing boats cause concern 13
Greenpeace slams move 13
Advertising 14
NORFOLK ISLAND More women in after poll 14
Advertising 14
NZ, Aust defence ties under debate 15
PAPUA NEW GUINEA Control needed: Wingti 16
Advertising 16
Another Bougainville? 17
PNG-Bougainville A plea for peace on Bougainville 18 , 19
Advertising 18
Party leader hopes to end war 19
ISSUE Pacific leaders focus on Sustainable development 20 , 21
AID Population debate heats up 22
NEW CALEDONIA Nickel drivers up in arms 23
Advertising 23
Banking on development 24
Yet another claim 25
HAWAII Dalai Lama visits Hawaii 26 , 27
THEATRE Sex comedy plays to packed house 27
Advertising 28
The spin-offs for Fiji 29
Trade group to lead Queensland 29
Advertising 30
Fiji/Australia – Australia/Fiji Business Council advertising feature Linking the Pacific 31
Advertising 32
Are Tonga’s MP's under persecution? 33
Advertising 34 , 35
PACIFIC BUSINESS Where the minerals and oil money went 36 , 37
Cooks considers tourist controls 37
Aust to maintain aid to Pacific 38
Guns: a tourism niche market 39
Advertising 40
Air New Zealand’s ties with the region AVIATION in the Pacific advertising feature 41 , 43
Advertising 42
Dedication works for Air Vanuatu 43
Advertising 44
Air Nauru puts quality first 45
Advertising 45 , 46
Reaching new heights 47 , 48
Advertising 47 , 48
Flightline aims for the sky 49 , 51
Advertising 49 , 50 , 52
Cessna to celebrate with tour 53
Advertising 54
Promoting business and investment 55
Advertising 56
PTC Telecom Advertising Feature Competition ahead 57 , 59
Advertising 58 , 59
SPORT Tahiti boasts proud soccer tradition 60 , 61
W Samoa boxers grab gold 61
Poaching days over 61
Maori setback 62
Manu Samoa ends Auckland's reign 62
Advertising 62
YACHTING ‘Don’t mention Rainbow’ 63 , 64
Advertising 64
Shipping schedules 65
Advertising 66 , 67 , 68

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