|PACIFIC ISLANDS MONTHLY||1|
|EDITORIAL Globalisation is not a spectator sport||4|
|LETTERS Clarifying executions||5|
|Need for balance||5 , 6|
|No "tpy" station||6 , 8|
|Government offended by Kiribati stories||8 , 9 , 10 , 11 , 19 , 22|
|ARCHIVES-OCTOBER 1944 Further recollections of a decade in Fiji||6|
|Advertising||7 , 9 , 11|
|SPECIAL REPORT Now East Timor, next West Papua||14 , 15 , 16|
|Full text of speech by President Habibie on East Timor||16|
|BUSINESS Southern Cross cable to increase telecommunication capacity in the region||18 , 19|
|Timetable for Southern Cross Cable||19|
|Marshallese canoe fleet to herald millennium dawn in New Zealand||20 , 21|
|Fiji’s millennium project delayed||21|
|Historic commercial rocket launch set for this month in Kiribati||22|
|NPF in share sell-off||23|
|New Britain could make history with innovative shell money bank||24 , 25|
|Taiwan plays major economic role in lead-up to Marshalls’ elections||26 , 27|
|Fiji’s first environment auditors at Emperor||28|
|New mine project stirs old doubts||29 , 43|
|COVER STORY The numbers game||30 , 31 , 35|
|Trade and competition policy: The implications of convergence on the Pacific||32 , 33 , 34 , 35|
|INDUSTRY Hawaii – the new Hollywood||36 , 37 , 38|
|Conference hopes to find ways to keep tourism sustainable||39|
|Pacific Unified Airspace proposal on hold||40|
|AVIATION Demand for “smaller” regional jets to rise||42|
|Ansett Worldwide places new 737s with Aloha Airlines||43|
|ADVERTISING FEATURE PTC2000: A new vision for the 21st century||44|
|DEVELOPMENT Flosse warns Nuclear Free and Independent Pacific conference||45|
|FSPI has come a long way in 34 years||46 , 47|
|The fastest personal computer ever – G4||47|
|Peace brings new crisis to Bougainville island||48 , 49|
|Lord of the Rings shooting begins||51|
|French Polynesia to open its waters to international scuba dive instructors||51|
|Australian Museum devotes gallery to Pacific art||52 , 53|
|YACHTING Pacific hitchhikers||54 , 55|
|OPINION McKinnon maintains NZ-Pacific link||56|
|Howard apologises to the stolen children ... or does he?||57|
|EXTRA PACIFIC PUZZLE||58|
|Advertising||58 , 59 , 60|
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| title=Pacific islands monthly : PIM
| section=v. : illustrations ; 28-42 cm.
| issue=Vol. 69 No. 10 ( Oct. 1, 1999)
| publisher=Pacific Publications
| access-date=17 April 2021
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