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Show attracts traders

TRADE Pasifika has confirmed that about 100 exhibitors will showcase niche products at this year's exhibition in Suva.

ANZ gives glowing report on economy

TWO highly-respected economists have given a glowing report on the Papua New Guinea economy, debunking recent criticisms of the debt levels, deficit and budget financing.

Media training in limbo

A MEDIA training program which was scheduled to be held in Fiji next month has been postponed.

4FJ pledge attracts numbers

A TEAM from SeaWeb Asia Pacific set up in the middle of Suva on Saturday calling for support from members of the public for the 4FJ pledge initiative.

Forest vital for the region

INTERNATIONAL Day of Forests had a particular importance for the Pacific region.

Communications and Information Technology Minister and Central Bougainville MP Jimmy Miringtoro has raised concerns regarding the recent trouble in Buin, south Bougainville where a shop belonging to Chinese nationals was ransacked.

Economist to lead Fiji's oldest political party

ECONOMIST and former University of the South Pacific academic Professor Biman Prasad is the National Federation Party's new leader.

Training for regional middle managers

ABOUT 30 middle level managers, team leaders and potential managers from the region completed a two-week training organised by the Fiji Revenue and Customs Authority and the Papua New Guinea Inland Revenue Commission on Friday.

Structural shift in technology

There is a structural shift in terms of infrastructure from centrally diesel generation to renewable energy, says Asian Development Bank senior Pacific energy specialist Anthony Maxwell.

Melanesia faces problem with energy access

MELANESIAN countries continue to battle the issue of energy access and connectivity to electricity power.