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Fritch meets French president

RNZI: French Polynesia's president, Edouard Fritch, has revealed that he met the French president Francois Hollande during his recent Paris visit, which was his first since succeeding Gaston Flosse in the top job.

Initial report on PNG plane crash released

RNZI: An initial report on last month's fatal plane crash in Papua New Guinea says the pilot requested an alternate landing arrangement after losing visibility, but it may have been too late.

Cruise ship visit acknowledged

People of Marovo Lagoon in Western Province have acknowledged Destination Solomon in organising a cruise ship that made a brief stopover in Marovo on Tuesday.

Kira Kira airport reopens

Flights into Kira Kira airport, Makira/Ulawa Province, has reopened as of Tuesday after a brief closure of the airport on Monday.

New PNG TV station set for launch

POST COURIER: Papua New Guinea’s first national channel PNG TV is on the verge of being launched following the successful completion of training for five pioneering local specialists.

BSP launches branchless banking in Auki

BANK South Pacific (BSP) has launched its Branchless Banking (BB) in Auki Malaita Province, on Tuesday.

New style gambling proposed for Vanuatu

RNZI: Reports from Vanuatu say an entertainment company with interests in China is to offer a new style of gambling to Vanuatu.

Re-discover the South Pacific at ITB Asia

SPTO:  Tourism stakeholders in major tourism source markets from around the world will meet in Singapore to showcase tourism products at the ITB Asia tourism trade show next week.

UK roadshow to showcase Pacific

SPTO: The South Pacific as a travel destination will be under the spotlight again, this time in the United Kingdom with five Pacific national tourism representatives travelling to four densely populated British cities.

NZ Business Council focuses on Melanesia

New Zealand has been traditionally and culturally aligned more closely to Polynesian states than Melanesian countries.

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