|PACIFIC ISLANDS MONTHLY||1|
|PACIFIC ISLANDS MONTHLY||3|
|BRIEFS||4 , 9|
|LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Cooks situation not as negative||5 , 6|
|Adoption in the Marshalls||6|
|Murderer or liar?||6|
|Kyoto achieves effective response to climate change||6 , 7|
|Dirty Politics||7 , 8|
|FROM THE ARCHIVES||8|
|SPECIAL REPORT The hand that nocks the cradle||10 , 11 , 12 , 13|
|Advertising||9 , 12|
|ECONOMY Samoa’s changing finances||14 , 16|
|"Black smokers" offer Pacific new riches||17 , 18|
|Pacific resource battle looming as gold found||18 , 19|
|Bleak economic outlook continues lor the Marshall Islands||20 , 21|
|BUSINESS Battle among the royals||22|
|SHIPPING Cooks government accused of protectionism People are having to pay more for imported goods because there is only one freight provider in the country||23|
|AVIATION Whatever happened to PH211? 15 months after the crash, the causes have yet to be made public||24 , 25|
|REVIEW Ombudsman's office in the Cooks not giving the public its money's worth||26 , 27|
|Advertising||26 , 27|
|ELECTION No Change in Vanuatu parliament despite a heavy anti-corruption campaign||28 , 29|
|Awareness campaign before elections||29|
|COVER STORY Fiji loote towards other marketer Asian crisis FVB focuses its energy on “productive markets”||30 , 31 , 32|
|Vanuatu struggling to restopo its parauise image||33|
|Away from the beaten tracks Vanuatu poised to lure "soft trekking" tourists||34|
|Samoa's tourism fture looks bleak||35 , 36|
|POLITICS Skate survives moves to dethrone him||37 , 38|
|American Samoa's bid lo ban Samoa’s name change fails||38 , 39|
|TELECOMMUNICATIONS FEATURE Satellite television in the South Pacific||39 , 41|
|Advertising||39 , 40 , 41|
|EMS FEATURE Customer oriented service||42|
|Providing a door to door service||43|
|Advertising||43 , 44|
|CULTURE Keeping the culture alive||45 , 46|
|ART Indigenous Australian music and dance||46 , 47|
|SPORTS Die end for Vaega||48 , 49|
|A warrior returns home||49 , 50 , 51|
|LITERATURE In search of paradise||52|
|YACHTING Charting Stewart Island||53 , 54|
|OPINION Moves to reform New Zealand’s welfare system||55|
|The new face of investment in the Pacific||56|
|SHIPPING||57 , 58|
|Advertising||59 , 60|
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| title=Pacific islands monthly : PIM
| section=v. : illustrations ; 28-42 cm.
| issue=Vol. 68 No. 4 ( Apr. 1, 1998)
| publisher=Pacific Publications
| access-date=29 January 2021
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