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5AA Australia: Selwyn Manning & Julie Reynolds – PIF & RWC

5AA Adelaide: Selwyn Manning & Julie Reynolds – Pacific Forum & Rugby World Cup

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Scoop's Selwyn Manning and 5AA Australia's Julie Reynolds discuss the big issues emerging from the Pacific Islands Forum in Auckland, where all the Pacific's leaders (excluding Fiji) have gathered for they annual summit meeting.

Also, the Rugby World Cup kicks off this Friday...

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