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  • 07
  • Jul

PORT VILA, (SAMOA OBSERVER) - Samoa's Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries, La’aulialemalietoa Leuatea Schmidt, has joined the growing chorus for regional solidarity for the effective management of tuna resources in the region.

  • 06
  • Jul

Hindus have commended Fiji Ministry of Education for reportedly including yoga in school curriculum.

  • 30
  • Jun

Suva (Fiji Times) - FOR the first time in the Pacific, Fiji will be the world capital of financial inclusion in September when it will host more than 500 delegates from 180 financial institutions from 90 countries around the world.

  • 29
  • Jun

The Australian economy will shrink by at least one per cent as a result of the United Kingdom’s decision to quit the European Union, according to a leading financial services firm.

  • 29
  • Jun

Suva (Fiji Times) - IN the near term, the direct real impact on Asia-Pacific economies from Brexit is likely to be limited since the relevant linkages are weak.

  • 29
  • Jun

SUVA, (FIJI TIMES) - Fiji will continue to export sugar to the UK and EU despite Britain leaving the EU, which could have implications on the sugar market generally.

  • 29
  • Jun

PORT MORESBY, (POST COURIER) - Despite the negative impact of inflation Papua New Guinea has been experiencing, all public servants have witnessed for the first time in 25 years, a significant boost in the real value of their earnings.

  • 28
  • Jun

AS part of its 40th Anniversary celebration, the Central Bank of Solomon Islands (CBSI) has assigned Monday 27 June, 2016 as the Solomon Islands Money Day – with the theme ‘Take Part. Save Smart’.

  • 28
  • Jun

PACIFIC Island countries and territories stand to benefit from the sharing of cutting edge marine scientific and technological knowledge between the Republic of Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology (KIOST) and the Pacific Community (SPC).

  • 23
  • Jun

CRUISE ship passengers injured in an horrific head-on crash in Vanuatu are in a strong position to sue P&O, an Australian law firm has claimed.

  • 23
  • Jun

CRUISE ship passengers injured in an horrific head-on crash in Vanuatu are in a strong position to sue P&O, an Australian law firm has claimed.

  • 23
  • Jun

RNZI: The vice-chancellor of the University of Technology in Papua New Guinea says he's confident the majority of his students will return to class this week.

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