|PACIFIC ISLANDS MONTHLY||1|
|Advertising||2 , 3 , 4 , 5|
|PACIFIC BLANDS MONTHLY||6|
|EDITORIAL In the name of God||7|
|LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Independence and the accord||7 , 8|
|Race debate or gutter fight?||8 , 9 , 10|
|Advertising||8 , 10|
|BRIEFS||11 , 12|
|PIM staff win awards||12|
|Advertising||11 , 13|
|The Forum While credited with improving relations between the Pacific and the world, the secretariat is also bedevilled with allegations of inconsistent and poor administrative practices||14 , 15|
|SPECIAL REPORT Open secrets||16 , 17|
|Doubletake Second report found||17|
|COVER STORIES In the name of God Questions arise over Australian church appeal for Fiji’s cyclone victims||18|
|From the pulpit||19 , 20|
|Religion or scam? Resentments aside, the Mormons are here to stay||20 , 22 , 23 , 24 , 25|
|Prophets, predictions and the pope||22|
|Up In arms oven God||24|
|Channeling In to find The launch of televangelism in Samoa||26 , 27|
|FISHERIES Conservation consensus Fisheries conference surprises with agreement from all parties||28 , 29|
|Too many fish in the sea ...despite increase in tuna fishing||29|
|PROFILE Arms and the man Dogged by Bougainville and with a penchant for military-style solutions, it may seem Sir Julius Chan’s political life is over. But there’s a feeling, almost, that this is not the end...||30 , 31|
|MEDIA Lawsuits plague Samoan daily||32 , 33|
|FSM media struggle||33|
|DECOLONISATION Flagging powers||34|
|LAND Estate of WAR Villagers and government battle over plot of land||35|
|ADVERTISING FEATURE MOTORING Car wars Dealers are facing tough times...but all they’re fighting for, they say, is efficient regulation||36 , 38 , 39|
|Advertising||36 , 37 , 38 , 39|
|Leading the unleaded||40 , 41|
|Advertising||40 , 41 , 42|
|TONGA Steel magnolias Named after the Tongan flower, Miss Heilala is hardy as well as beautiful||43 , 44|
|Advertising||43 , 44|
|The era of King Tupou IV Reign and shine||45|
|SPORTS Sumo's nighty Musashimaru||47 , 48|
|ENTERTAINMENT The shadowbox Robyn Loan’s art imitates life||48 , 49|
|LITERATURE Politics of art||50 , 51|
|YACHTING The President's race A milestone for Fiji yachting||52 , 53|
|Mayday, mayday||53 , 54 , 55|
|Advertising||54 , 55|
|OPINION Sad, but true Island New Zealanders languish at bottom end of the economic and social scale||56|
|High acclaim follows Majuro fish meeting||57|
|Global warning for Howard Australia branded Greenhouse pariah at Earth Summit||58|
|Advertising||59 , 60|
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| title=Pacific islands monthly : PIM
| section=v. : illustrations ; 28-42 cm.
| issue=Vol. 67 No. 8 ( Aug. 1, 1997)
| publisher=Pacific Publications
| access-date=5 March 2021
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