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Australia to again discuss refugees with Nauru, fake Chinese malaria drug fears, Air Pacific’s China focus

Today’s regional news headlines

Australia’s Labor government will talk to Nauru about re-opening asylum processing centre (Pacnews)

Scientists warn ‘fake’malaria drug from China could endanger lives in Solomon Islands
(Solomon Times)

Air Pacific’s new Hong Kong-Nadi service reflects focus on China (Radio New Zealand International)

Northern Marianas foreign workers (including those from the Philippines, Korea) not exempt from payroll taxes (Saipan Tribune)

Call for Chinese sea cucumber operation in Vanuatu to relocate from Gaua (Radio New Zealand International)

Indonesia welcomes Moody’s rating upgrade (The Jakarta Globe)

Cook Islands noni juice deal to China turns sour(Cook Islands News)

Vanuatu chief calls for halt to Chinese fish factory until land dispute is resolved (Radio New Zealand International)


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