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Dateline Pacific morning edition for 24 April 2013

Dateline Pacific morning edition for 24 April 2013

Palau's Chamber of Commerce says property values are going up rapidly and locals are reportedly being offered suitcases of cash for their land; two more Tongan workers have been sent home from Recognised Seasonal Employment, triggering calls for better vetting in the scheme; A Tongan academic says he hopes to see kava more commonly used to combat mental illness among Pacific people; labourers in the Northern Mariana Islands continued to protest last week, prompting Imperial Pacific International to consider legal action; a commmentator on Tongan affairs is giving strong backing to an Easter Weekend police action in Nuku'alofa and a new book features what is considered some of the best commentary on Pacific life in New Zealand.