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Rising number of diabetes related amputations strain resources

So many diabetics in Pacific nations are having limbs amputated that medical charities cannot keep up with the demand for wheelchairs, crutches and assisted walking devices.

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Citibank reckons it's time to ditch Australian stocks and head to Asia

International investors own close to half of Australia's stock market, meaning sentiment towards the outlook for the Australian economy and corporate earnings plays a large role in determining how our market performs. More »     

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NZ yachties on their way to Suva

Fiji's navy has picked up four New Zealand yachties stuck on a Pacific atoll after their yacht ran aground.

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Voting starts in sprawling PNG elections

Port Moresby - Voting began in Papua New Guinea elections Saturday with the Pacific nation's leader urging peaceful polling to show it has "come of ...

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Voting starts in sprawling PNG elections

Port Moresby - Voting began in Papua New Guinea elections Saturday with the Pacific nation's leader urging peaceful polling to show it has "come of ...

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PNG goes to polls looking to write new chapter

Port Moresby - Papua New Guineans go to the polls Saturday in an election the country's leader sees as a turning point for a Pacific nation once ...

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5 things you need to know in Australian tech today

Welcome to the weekend. 1. A former AFL player's startup has just raised $24 million on both sides of the Pacific Ocean. Logistics cloud software provider GetSwift has shaken off the troubles of last year, when it ...

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Compensation for Guam WWII atrocity survivors

Hagatna (Guam) - The US government has launched a compensation scheme for survivors of Japanese atrocities in Guam, 73 years after hostilities ended on the Pacific island.

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NZ Pacific chef wins prestigious Kea Award

New Zealand Pacific chef Robert Oliver has won a prestigious award for his contribution to the culinary industry, through the promotion of Pacific culture.

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Compensation for Guam WWII atrocity survivors

Hagatna (Guam) - The US government has launched a compensation scheme for survivors of Japanese atrocities in Guam, 73 years after hostilities ended ...

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Treasurer aims to trim excessive card debt

Treasurer Scott Morrison wants to protect Australians from running up excessive debt on their credit cards under a series of new measures.

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Treasurer aims to stem excessive card debt

Treasurer Scott Morrison wants to protect Australians from running up excessive debt on their credit cards under a series of new measures.

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Treasurer aims to stem excessive card debt

Treasurer Scott Morrison wants to protect Australians from running up excessive debt on their credit cards under a series of new measures.

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"He stood up and made his own decisions": Long-time friend pays tribute to Baldwin Lonsdale

Baldwin Lonsdale's firm leadership and his conduct while President of Vanuatu have drawn admiration, both at home and across the Pacific region.

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How Slater created Queensland's match winner

Dane Gagai helped Queensland orchestrate the biggest second-half State of Origin comeback in a decade on Wednesday night, but he wanted none of the credit.

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Scott Morrison is cracking down on credit cards

Australians have around $52 billion in debt outstanding on credit cards and the federal government is going after ...

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Earn bonus Qantas status credits with a new ANZ credit card

Qantas status credits are normally given as a reward for flying with the Roo and its alliance partners, and help you climb the ladder to Silver, Gold ...

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Exhibition matches on cards as cricket pay war heats up

As many players confront the prospect of being without a contract and an income come July 1 they have discussed the possibility of putting on games among themselves as soon as next month.

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What We Know About BHP's New Chairman Ken MacKenzie

Jun.15 -- BHP Billiton Ltd. named former packaging company head Ken MacKenzie to chair its board as the world’s biggest miner grapples with a mounting challenge from restive investors and slowing growth in China, its top customer. Bloomberg's Paul Allen has more on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."

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