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  • 19
  • Oct

FOLLOWING the sealing of an agreement last week for the code-share between Solomon Airlines and Qantas, the Solomon Islands Visitors Bureau (SIVB) has described the deal as a catalyst with the potential to thrust the country fully into the international tourism spotlight.

  • 19
  • Oct

SUVA, (FBC NEWS/FIJI TIMES) --- Climate scientists say the El Nino Effect will continue to have a major influence on the climate and ocean for the rest of this year and much of 2016.

  • 14
  • Oct

TEMOTU premier Nelson Omar Menale has highlighted tourism potentials of his province during last week’s premiers’ conference.

  • 14
  • Oct

THE Isabel provincial government has seen the importance of infrastructure developments as a wheel for economic developments, says its premier James Habu.

  • 12
  • Oct

THE Isabel Provincial government has registered its seriousness in venturing into the tourism industry of the province in full swing.

  • 12
  • Oct

A local cattle farmer Frinton Vaka Rere who received seven herds of cattle yesterday from  the first ever distribution in 15 years spoke highly of the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock Department for the support.

  • 12
  • Oct

Tenavatu cattle farm has lived up to its expectation which saw the first distribution of cattle to local farmers on Monday.

  • 12
  • Oct

AN AWARENESS and promotional program was conducted in Taro, Choiseul province late last month.

  • 12
  • Oct

The first South Pacific Cruise Forum will take place in Papeete on Tahiti in French Polynesia Oct. 16 and 17, 2015.

  • 07
  • Oct

SENIOR officials of the governments of the Republic of Korea and fourteen Pacific island countries reaffirmed cooperation to achieve a legally binding agreement at the international climate change talks at COP 21 in Paris later this year.

  • 07
  • Oct

Suva, Fiji (SPC) - Forty-five newly graduated lawyers of The University of the South Pacific (USP), currently enrolled in the six-month Professional Diploma in Legal Practice programme, are reminded of their role this week in contributing to the realisation of human rights in their work during a two-week course on Family Law and Human Rights: Skills and Practice module.

  • 06
  • Oct

LUCY BEE Limited, a United Kingdom based company has uttered their utmost excitement in establishing a business partnership with the locally operated Kokonut Pacific Company.