On the program today:
Questions have been raised about the Fijian government's handling of a draft bill to give the police extensive new powers but was then scrapped.
A man at the centre of an illegal adoption scheme involving Marshall Island babies is facing more time in American prison.
Tuvalu is moving ahead with its vision to become the world's first cashless society.
And, for Talanoa Tuesday an Indigenous Fijian writer living in the UK speaks about how it has been for her in the wake of Sarah Everard's murder.