Pacific Beat: Tuesday
The head of Papua New Guinea's Defence Force welcomes plans to establish a joint naval base on Manus Island, while his predecessor describes is as a case of "superpower rivalry"; History made for women in Fiji politics, who've won a record 20 per cent of seats in Fiji's new parliament; Will the recent spike in infrastructure promises for the Pacific from countries like Australia and the United States, deliver what's most-needed? And the second round of the Oceania Women's Rugby Championship kicks off today in Fiji, with the hope it'll empower girls and young women through rugby.
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