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New Niue MP-elect, Richard Hipa, has confirmed his intention to put his name forward for the country's Premiership and says the weekend's election results indicate people want change.
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Two newcomers have topped weekend polling in Niue's six Common Roll seats.
The now outgoing Premier of Niue, Sir Toke Talagi, has lost his bid for a Common Roll seat in the weekend's election, effectively ending his 12 year reign.
The current Premier of Niue has been a conspicuous absentee at public forums ahead of the weekend's election.
Niue's public broadcaster has managed to get most of its services back on air only a week after its studios were gutted by fire.
Niue's public broadcaster is racing to get back on air in time for the island's election on Saturday.
Niue's public broadcaster is scrambling to get back on air for election week, after a fire gutted its studios. Audio
Former New Zealand foreign minister, Murray McCully, has been recruited to help Niue access more aid in the wake of the Covid-19 global pandemic.
The damage to the studios of the Broadcasting Corporation of Niue has been put at over $US600,000.
The Niue government has to become more transparent and improve communication with the people, according to a local MP.
Studios at Niue's state broadcaster have been badly damaged by fire, forcing it off the air.
A record 26 candidates are seeking the six common roll seats in the Niue parliament when voters go to the polls on 30 May.
Some returning Niueans are disappointed they aren't able to register to vote.
The former secretary to Niue's government, Richard Hipa, has announced his intention to become an MP.