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PNA eyes improving access scheme

RNZI - Members of the Parties to the Nauru Agreement are looking at new ways to buy and sell access to fishing days in their areas.

Call to urgently resolve flight impasse

THE unresolved current flight impasse affecting air services between Fiji and Solomon Islands over the past six weeks is costly and must be resolved soon prompting calls for urgent dialogue.

USP campus directors play ‘crucial role in transforming USP’

It is a collective exercise to transform The University of the South Pacific from a good to an excellent University and Campus Directors have a huge role to play in it, says USP Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Rajesh Chandra.

Ebola risk in Pacific low: WHO

FIJI LIVE - The risk of the Ebola virus disease spreading to the Pacific is low, the World Health Organisation (WHO) says.

Bishop wants mothers engage in literacy programs

Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Melanesia the most Reverend David Vunagi encourages all mothers’ union members in the country to run literacy programs in their communities.

Bear With One Another

The seventh of the ‘one another’ sayings of the New Testament for our thought for this week is “Bear with one another” (Ephesians 4:2; Colossians 3:13; James 5:7-11).  Someone has perceptively pointed out that “the church is not an art gallery for exhibition of eminent saints, but a hospital for helping sick sinners.”

Training to advocate for women starts

A Transformative Leadership, Media, Gender and Elections training has kick off on Monday in Honiara.

MAL sends Mala Kava for lab test in Vanuatu

KAVA product from North Malaita is on a valued laboratory testing in the Republic of Vanuatu.

Fishermen scour the seas again for BDM

MORE reports have disclosed people mostly in the Islands and lagoons have been engaging again in harvesting beche-de-mer, (BDM) with news of the soon to be lifted ban circulating throughout the country.

POB provide numbers, attempts to cut long queue

THE newly established Pan Oceanic Bank (POB) Monday started a new exercise aimed at cutting down the long queues at the bank.