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Noodles for locals

Its one of the noodle products being sold widely in the country for sometimes now and being produced by Indofood of Indonesian.

Meeting to assess their trade facilitation needs

The Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat in partnership with the World Trade Organization (WTO) is hosting a four-day workshop on the new multilateral Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA) from 12 to 15 May 2014 in Nadi, Fiji.

Rotary Club Of Honiara’s Donations in Kind Distribution

The Donations in Kind program, run by Rotary International Australia, provides humanitarian aid through the provision of donated goods. Rotary International Australia receives donated goods from hospitals, libraries, schools, Rotary Clubs and other groups, and then sorts, packs, and distributes them to countries in need.

Pacific journalists highlight issues women face

A group of Pacific journalists are in Australia meeting Australian politicians and business leaders as part of their development program on news media and the role of women in the economy.

Vanuatu named best Pacific water utility

NADI, FIJI – Vanuatu’s Electrique du Vanuatu Ltd was rated the Best Performing Pacific Water Utility of the Year according to the 2013 edition of the Pacific Water and Wastewater Utilities Benchmarking Report, released yesterday by the Pacific Water and Wastes Association (PWWA).

Varivao promotes products overseas

A team from Varivao Holdings Ltd, a locally registered company from Isabel is currently overseas promoting its products

Calls for NZ and Tonga to end dispute over plane

RNZI: The Chair of the Tongan Advisory Council in New Zealand has called on Tonga's deputy prime minister and New Zealand's foreign minister to end their long-running feud over a Chinese plane, RNZI reports.

Bougainville launching own public service

RNZI: The chief administrator in Papua New Guinea's Bougainville says the launch of its own public service today will greatly benefit locals, RNZI reports.

Peaceful mother’s day celebration at Kirakira

MOTHER’S Day was celebrated peacefully in Makira-Ulawa provincial capital Kirakira, police say.

Central plans to amend licences ordinance

Central Island provincial government under the leadership of premier Stanley Manetiva will amend the current provincial business licences ordinance (PBLO).