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Australia's decision to end shortwave radio services has raised questions about who will fill the void.

Shortwave: a service that evades dictators and warns of disasters

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"We expected the worst. Death, injury, hunger. But when we arrived, the Dillons Bay village chief ... told me they knew [Cyclone Pam] was approaching, so they sheltered in the two solid buildings in the village. Most houses were flattened but not a single injury. I asked him how he knew the cyclone was approaching. He said, 'ABC Radio'." - Correspondent Liam Cochrane.

Shortwave: a service that evades dictators and warns of disasters

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Despite falls in the price of oil and other commodities in recent years, Papua New Guinea's Government is trying to reassure investors and mining companies about the benefits of investing in PNG.

Hundreds of people from government, financial corporations and mining companies attended the 14th PNG Mining and Petroleum Investment Conference in Sydney this week.

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PNG reassures investors about strength of mining at Sydney conference

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#TSUNAMIUPDATE Pacific Tsunami Warning Center has said "based on all available data...the tsunami threat from this earthquake has largely passed"

But Geoscience Australia's senior duty seismologist Hugh Glanville has warned aftershocks are likely and has asked those affected to remain vigilant.

SIBC's Georgina Kekea has also said there are unconfirmed reports of damage in Makira Province....
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BREAKING: A magnitude-7.8 earthquake has struck 68 kilometres south-west of Kirakira in Solomon Islands. There are tsunami warnings in place for Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea, Nauru, New Caledonia, Tuvalu and Kosrae.

Solomon Islands rocked by magnitude-7.8 quake, widespread tsunami warning issued

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yesterday at 12:35. Facebook
They only flower once, only at night, and only for eight hours, so how do dragon fruit get pollinated?

Inside the secret, fleeting sex life of tropical dragon fruit

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yesterday at 06:04. Facebook
#Singapore has topped the global Program for International Student Assessment (#PISA) rankings in maths, science and reading again. But do other countries want to emulate it?

Behind Singapore's PISA rankings success

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The Fiji government is distancing itself from the controversial mobile app "InstaCharge" as questions continue to be raised about its claims.

Douglas Stewart, a businessman from Las Vegas, says he's invented software to store extra energy in a phone, that can later be used to recharge its battery.

Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama was the guest of honour and keynote speaker at a launch event...
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Fiji government distances itself from controversial mobile app

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12/07/2016 at 05:20. Facebook
A Cambodian appeals court upholds the 23-year prison term an Australian woman received for trying to smuggle heroin.

Cambodia upholds heroin smuggling prison term for Australian woman

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12/07/2016 at 03:00. Facebook
A decision by the ABC to halt shortwave broadcasts early next year has been criticised by a former manager of Radio Australia.

The shortwave transmissions to Asia and the Pacific will cease from January 31st next year, as alternatives such as FM and internet become more prevalent.

Former head of Radio Australia and subsequently a consultant on international broadcasting in the Pacific, Jean...
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ABC decision to halt shortwave broadcasts criticised

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12/07/2016 at 00:56. Facebook
The ABC's shortwave transmission service that broadcasts Radio Australia across the Pacific is to be shutdown at the end of January.

An ABC statement says the move is in line with the broadcaster's commitment to expand its digital content offerings.

It says Radio Australia's audiences in the Pacific will to be able to listen to FM broadcasts and online and the savings are to be reinvested in...
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ABC shortwave: senior diplomat calls for re-investment of saved money

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12/07/2016 at 00:05. Facebook
Technology company Tesla has offered a glimpse of the future with an ambitious new solar project.

For years the island of Ta'u in American Samoa had been spending upwards of $US8 million a year on unreliable diesel shipments to power its electricity generators.

But those big bills are a thing of the past now that Tesla and its recently acquired subsidiary Solar City, have completed a...
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Tesla offers glimpse of the future on American Samoan island

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12/06/2016 at 02:35. Facebook
The ABC will end its shortwave transmission service in the Northern Territory and to international audiences from 31 January 2017.

ABC International’s shortwave services currently broadcast to PNG and the Pacific.

ABC International’s Chief Executive Officer Lynley Marshall said the reinvestment from closing international shortwave services would maximise the ABC’s broadcast capabilities in...
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ABC Exits Shortwave Radio Transmission

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Radio Australia
12/05/2016 at 23:04. Facebook
Tonga's showstopper from Rio now has his eyes on 2018 Winter Olympics

The bare-chested Tongan athlete who stole the show at the Rio Olympics' opening ceremony is set to make more headlines after announcing his intention to bid for a spot at the Winter Olympics.

Pita Taufatofua is making the ambitious switch from taekwondo to cross-country skiing; the latest twist in the drive by the growing...
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Tonga's showstopper from Rio now has his eyes on 2018 Winter Olympics

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12/05/2016 at 10:41. Facebook
Social enterprise the Spice Exchange helps refugee and migrant women gain employment and foster community spirit through cooking.

Meet the refugees running Australia's Spice Exchange

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12/05/2016 at 06:35. Facebook
Locals in Mallacoota, a tiny seaside town in Victoria, Australia, sing a song about their hometown ... 'Mallacoota Moon'.

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Radio Australia
12/04/2016 at 09:45. Facebook
Once a year, all the corals on Australia's legendary reef get together to reproduce.

Via BBC Earth

This week the Great Barrier Reef mated

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12/04/2016 at 02:46. Facebook
Our Pic of the Week is this hot and dusty sheep, longingly eyeing off the cool and shade indoors at Menindee, NSW.

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Radio Australia
12/02/2016 at 05:36. Facebook
It is possible UNESCO could place the Great Barrier Reef on its in danger list, the Queensland Government says.

Barrier Reef at risk of winding up on UNESCO danger list

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It all has to do with a mysterious and influential shaman.

What you need to know about South Korea's bizarre political crisis

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