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  • 04
  • Aug

Local businessman Peterson Boso calls for the removal of CASSI Director because of what he claimed as his inability to handle the Fiji Airways and Solomon Airlines Saga effectively and efficiently.

  • 03
  • Aug

The Pacific Islands Forum Leaders at their Retreat in Peleliu State, Palau on 31st July announced Dame Meg Taylor, DBE, as the next Secretary General of the Pacific Islands Forum, making history as the first woman to be selected to hold the office of Secretary General.

  • 03
  • Aug

AFP - Pacific leaders warn that entire island nations will disappear under the waves unless action is taken to address climate change.

  • 01
  • Aug

Newly established commercial bank Pan Oceanic Bank (POB) was surprised with the overwhelming response from the public since opening up its doors fortnight ago.

  • 01
  • Aug

Our Telekom office in Auki is yet to receive complaints concerning coverage of the new 13 towers.

  • 01
  • Aug

As the 2013 Solomon Islands Business Excellence Award;   Employer of Choice Award recipient, Westpac has lived up to its reputation by providing new uniforms to enhance its employees’ wardrobe this week.

  • 31
  • Jul

The impasse between Fiji and Solomon Islands governments can only be resolved through the intervention of the prime ministers of both countries, says Association of the South Pacific Airlines secretary-general George Faktaufon.

  • 31
  • Jul

Bank of South Pacific will launch its Swipe on BSP EFTPoS and Win promotion today in an effort to amplify a smarter way to pay for goods and services.

  • 31
  • Jul

The  value for each LNG shipment from the country’s PNG LNG Project costs US$50 million (K119.1 million) to US$60 (K143.9 million), National Petroleum Company PNG managing director Wapu Sonk said.

  • 31
  • Jul

New Zealand needs to listen to Pacific Island leaders when it comes to climate change action, said the Green Party.

  • 31
  • Jul

New Zealand's Foreign Affairs Minister says this year's Pacific leaders' summit is of particular significance as it will include high-level discussions over the future of the Pacific Plan.

  • 31
  • Jul

“We are making good progress in the negotiations. Thus far, we have concluded negotiations on sanitary and phytosanitary measures, technical barriers to trade and customs procedures. We have also made good progress in the negotiations on trade in services and investment,” said Dr Kessie.