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  • 31
  • Mar

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.

  • 31
  • Mar

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

  • 31
  • Mar

DEVELOPING professionalism in the region's media sector is one of the main objectives of the Pacific Islands News Association, says PINA president Moses Stevens.

  • 01
  • Apr

A Suva based company has been awarded a contract to help install solar systems in three Tuvalu islands.

  • 01
  • Apr

THE two largest economies in the Pacific region have experienced strong commodity-led growth in recent years.

  • 01
  • Apr

Seasonal farm workers from the Pacific Islands region working in New Zealand’s horticulture sector under the Recognised Seasonal Employer (RSE) scheme are being taught to manage their earnings well and invest wisely as part of PT&I’s ongoing annual financial literacy programme for seasonal workers.

  • 01
  • Apr

The Pacific Islands Trade & Invest (PT&I) network, the trade and investment arm of the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat, is organising a three day workshop from 31 March to 2 April in Suva.

  • 01
  • Apr

The regional ambition of a sustainable, affordable and efficient energy and transport services requires a multi-disciplinary approach and collaboration at the highest level among various stakeholders.

  • 01
  • Apr

The President of the Pacific Islands News Association (PINA) has called for more investment in small media businesses.

  • 01
  • Apr

A new media alliance in Tonga is aiming to band outlets together to make advertising more accessible.

  • 01
  • Apr

While Fiji tends to be the hub colony for the rest of the Pacific, developments in the country have a strong knock-on effect on the region, says Asian Development Bank economist Milovan Lucich.

  • 01
  • Apr

The looming election campaign is expected to be frantic, chaotic and very possibly dirty. Early polls suggest that the balance of parliamentary power may once again be held by Winston Peters and the New Zealand First (NZF) party.