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  • 27
  • Feb

The United Nations Population Fund, UNFPA, Pacific Sub-Regional Office has provided through the Fiji Ministry for Health and Medical Services a first batch of 200 emergency dignity kits, which are packed specifically for women to ensure reproductive health needs are addressed.

  • 25
  • Feb

Port Vila, Vanuatu – A new project that will draw upon local community knowledge and expertise in North Efate to better manage coastal resources has been launched today by the Pacific Community (SPC) and Vanuatu stakeholders.

  • 22
  • Feb

RNZI: The Vanuatu Met Office has issued a Tropical Cyclone Warning for Tafea province.

  • 21
  • Feb

Suva (Fiji Times) - PRIME Minister Voreqe Bainimarama has assured the nation that the Government is working hard to keep Fijians as updated as possible on the restoration process following the ravage caused by Hurricane Winston.

  • 21
  • Feb

Suva (Fiji Sun) - Category 5 Tropical Cyclone Winston is the most powerful recorded cyclone to hit Fiji. Ever.

  • 21
  • Feb

Suva, Fiji – The Pacific Community (SPC) is offering its prayers and practical assistance as Fiji rallies to assess the scale of the impact of tropical cyclone Winston.

  • 18
  • Feb

JAPAN and members of the Forum Fisheries Agency have agreed to sustain targeted cooperation in the fisheries sector within the Pacific Islands region.

  • 18
  • Feb

SUVA, (FIJI TIMES) - A television group recorded unaudited revenue of $5.1million (US$2.3 million) for the first six months of its 2016 financial year.

  • 16
  • Feb

A Masters student of The University of the South Pacific (USP) has been selected by the Institute of Research Development (IRD) in Noumea, New Caledonia to participate in an oceanographic cruise from 8-22 March 2016.

  • 16
  • Feb

SUVA,  (IUCN) - Oceans play a major role in the lives of all Pacific islanders and the future of the Pacific lies in her oceans and the future of the oceans lie with her youth.

  • 08
  • Feb

MAJURO, (MARIANAS VARIETY) --- As Pacific fisheries officials gather in Nadi, Fiji from Monday for a three-day series of meeting focused on the future of a tuna treaty with the United States, the head of a powerful island fisheries bloc says the U.S. treaty is a “distraction” taking valuable time away from managing the fishing industry.

  • 08
  • Feb

NADI, (FIJI TIMES) --- The task of bringing more than 1500 Taiwanese tourists to Fiji has not been easy, says Rosie Holidays managing director Tony Whitton.

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