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  • 16
  • Feb

The National -  MOST investors eyeing Papua New Guinea’s newest industry – petrochemical – are from Japan, Petroleum and Energy Minister Nixon Duban says.

  • 16
  • Feb

Fiji Times - Tattooing has been practised in the Pacific region for ages and in the traditional societies of Samoa, Tonga and New Zealand, it is part of their identity.

  • 11
  • Feb

POST COURIER - The  Papua New Guinea Opposition is against the government's acquisition of EMTV through the Telikom PNG at a cost of K27 million (US$9.98 million).

  • 11
  • Feb

ABC: Indonesia has effectively ruled out any chance of two Australians being able to save themselves from facing a firing squad, despite lawyers for the men launching a last-ditch legal appeal.

  • 10
  • Feb

RNZI: Tongan authorities say fresh volcanic activity at the Home Reef volcano, near the northern islands of Vava'u, is creating a steam cloud two kilometres high.

  • 09
  • Feb

PORT VILA, (FAO) --- Adapting to climate change is key to achieving food security for the future, particularly in areas susceptible to the impacts of climate change.

  • 09
  • Feb

The University of the South Pacific’s (USP) Pacific Technical and Further Education (Pacific TAFE) will run preparatory courses for students who will be sitting for the Cambridge Advanced Examination (CAE).

  • 04
  • Feb

Majuro: The Parties to the Nauru Agreement (PNA) are gearing for their annual meeting in early March, with an ambitious agenda in motion for 2015.

  • 03
  • Feb

Noumea – In the ongoing battle against obesity, heart disease and diabetes in the Pacific region, a new study reveals that allocating sufficient tuna for local consumption and keeping it affordable could significantly improve health outcomes.

  • 02
  • Feb

RNZI: The Tongan Ministry of Health has declared a dengue fever outbreak, with 33 confirmed cases across Tonga.

  • 02
  • Feb

Fiji Times - A MEETING between a special delegation from the Asian Development Bank and the Minister for Public Enterprise, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum, and his permanent secretary Shaheen Ali gave indication of renewed engagement between Fiji and the ADB.

  • 02
  • Feb

The National - PAPUA New Guinea is one of the least insured countries in the world, Bank of Papua New Guinea (BPNG) Deputy Governor Benny Popoitai says.