|PACIFIC ISLANDS MONTHLY||1|
|Advertising||2 , 3 , 4|
|PACIFIC ISLANDS MONTHLY||5|
|EDITORIAL Beyond the constitution||6|
|LETTERS TO THE EDITOR A step in the wrong direction?||7|
|Appeal for information||7|
|NZ-big brother or best friend?||8|
|FROM THE ARCHIVES||9|
|Advertising||9 , 10|
|SPECIAL REPORT Pennywise... Are World Bank reforms contributing to a looming education crisis?||12 , 13|
|Mining giant spreads benefits||14 , 15|
|COVER STORIES A time of change As Fiji pats itself on the back over the new constitution, it must also realise that the real test is still to come||16 , 17 , 18|
|The economic question||18|
|INTERVIEW Speaking to the PM||19 , 20 , 21|
|INTERVIEW A deal between communalists?||21|
|INTERVIEW Moving (slowly) in the right direction||21 , 22|
|Fijians abroad welcome change ...but not itching to go back home||22|
|INTERVIEW From opposition to cooperation||23 , 24|
|FOCUS The winebox inquiry Case closed but ethics in question||25|
|BOUGAINVILLE Peace-a real prospect at last||26 , 27 , 28|
|POLITICS Skate on thin ice New PNG PM faces challenging times||29 , 30 , 31|
|Advertising||30 , 31|
|ECONOMY A worsening crisis Solomon Islands financial situation shows no signs of improving||32 , 33|
|ADVERTISING FEATURE FIJI NATIONAL TRAINING COUNCIL Towards productivity and quality||34 , 35 , 36|
|Advertising||34 , 36|
|ISO 9000 Series||37|
|Advertising||38 , 39|
|The 6th national convention||39|
|SOUTH PACIFIC FORUM Economic concerns Region’s economic wellbeing to dominate talks||40 , 41|
|Implementing FEMM directives||41 , 43|
|From the chairman...||43|
|SPORTS Little fun in games Disorganisation the first obstacle at mini games||44|
|MUSIC The top end of music||46 , 47|
|Contemporary Pacific sound||48 , 49|
|LITERATURE The great colonial mystery ....of Europe’s explosive expansion||50|
|YACHTING Sailing the big canoes||51 , 52|
|OPINION An age-old question NZ’s new pension scheme likely to disadvantage islanders||53|
|The big leak||54|
|Women’s bureau heads for 2000||55|
|WILLIAMS & GOSLING LTD||58|
|Advertising||59 , 60|
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1931, Pacific islands monthly : PIM Pacific Publications, [Sydney viewed 9 May 2021 http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-343904833
| title=Pacific islands monthly : PIM
| section=v. : illustrations ; 28-42 cm.
| issue=Vol. 67 No. 9 ( Sep. 1, 1997)
| publisher=Pacific Publications
| access-date=9 May 2021
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