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  • 08
  • Feb

SUVA, (FBC NEWS) --- Fiji's Attorney General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum has stated that workers are given the freedom to join any trade unions.

  • 08
  • Feb

SUVA, (PIANGO) --- The Pacific Islands Association of Non Government Organisations is pleased to announce its support to the Fiji Council of Social Services (FCOSS) and Fiji non-governmental organisations, in their effort to develop a Minimum Code of Standards for civil society organisations effectiveness.

  • 04
  • Feb

A Malaysian bulk fuel consortium is keen on partnering with local business entities to deliver cheaper, consistent and accessible fuel and gas to the provinces.

  • 01
  • Feb

Visitors that are touring the Solomon Islands, especially Honiara are expecting more during their visits here, a tourist who visited the capital over the weekend said.

  • 01
  • Feb

LEADERS of Solomon Islands Post Conflict Rehabilitation and Restoration Association (SIPCRRA) Guadalcanal Desk have condemned the opposing statements by Dr Derek Sikua against the $3 million payment government made to ex-combatant of former Malaita Eagle Force last Christmas.

  • 01
  • Feb

Unloading of long line vessel fish catch begins

  • 01
  • Feb

For the first time in Vanuatu’s political history since 1980, three Kalsakau brothers from the same parents hailing from Ifira, Efate, have been elected MPs, according to provisional results.

  • 27
  • Jan

The international television channel ‘Australia Plus’ recently launched Cinema Pasifika, a new series of five half hour programmes, showcasing short films from the Pacific Islands region.

  • 25
  • Jan

MALAITA Province should not expect the national government to deliver any of the big projects it promised the province, this year.

  • 25
  • Jan

Solomon Airlines has announced it will continue to operate its services into and out of Bauerfield International Airport, Port Vila, as normal.

  • 18
  • Jan

THE Fijian economy is at its peak with a low expectancy of a downturn in the next few years.

  • 18
  • Jan

THE Visiting Chairman of Eagon group of companies, Young Ju Park has spoke highly of the Democratic Coalition for Change (DCC) government’s land reform program - one of DCCG’s fundamental reforms.