|PACIFIC ISLANDS MONTHLY||1|
|Advertising||2 , 3 , 4|
|PACIFIC ISLANDS MONTHLY||5|
|EDITORIAL Will trade go down with the ship?||6|
|LETTERS Forum Secretariat responds to claims of agenda “hijacking”||7|
|The worrying impact of “experts”||7|
|More info on Y2K non-compliance||7|
|Honour among thieves?||7|
|A splendid Micronesian Games||8|
|SPECIAL REPORT PNG's latest videotape saga MP alleges blackmail in K9 million write-off||10 , 11|
|Advertising||10 , 12|
|BUSINESS Black days fo[?] pearl farming||12 , 13|
|The bottom line for shell farmers||13|
|Tribal unrest predicted over Porgera gold mine||14 , 15|
|Brilding homes for people in need||15|
|ADVERTISING FEATURE-TOURISM South Pacific travel conies together||17 , 19 , 21|
|Advertising||18 , 19 , 20|
|What's happening this month?||22|
|Advertising||22 , 23 , 24|
|ANZ – a comprehensive presence in the Pacific||25|
|Meeting economic challenges head-on||26|
|DBSI looks to the future||27|
|Vailima Lager wins Gold||28|
|Advertising||29 , 30|
|ECONOMY Cook's economy idle and another "unsustainable" budget||30 , 31|
|Guam marks US Centennial with new push for Chamorro self-determination, home rule||32 , 33|
|DEVELOPMENTS Confusion reigns over "ninja" attacks in Samoa||35 , 36|
|Cooks: the last country to farewell 'first day'? An embarrassing mistake by Millennium Committee||37 , 56|
|COVER STORY A tight ship ‘Several experts agree that the problem is not so much the number of vessels servicing the region but the way that the region is servicing these vessels’||38 , 39 , 40 , 41 , 42|
|Advertising||43 , 44|
|SPORTS Vijay's victory is region's top sporting achievement||45 , 46|
|Palau upsets Guam to win women's basketball gold||47|
|Nauruan sets Commonwealth weightlifting record||47|
|SPN puts Micronesians on the map||47|
|DISASTER Hundreds in despair as fire ravages Savaii MP says fire-starter will be banished||48 , 49|
|RIGHTS Freedom of religion restricted to four churches in the Cooks||49 , 51|
|Beyond Paint and Feathers Author: Eric Carmen Publisher: Ryan Publishing 1997||50|
|COMPUTERS Teach your computer to type Samoan Or Hawaiian, Tongan, Fijian...||51|
|YACHTING The Great Shrimp Hunt||52 , 53|
|OPINION New Zealand’s Pacific interest is ongoing||54|
|Log price crash a blessing||55|
|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. 10 ( Oct. 1, 1998)
| publisher=Pacific Publications
| access-date=6 March 2021
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