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Six operators in Kia get assistance

West Isa Eco Tourism Association (WIETA) in Kia, Isabel province has approved six existing tourism operators who will receive tourism funds from the association.

More international artists expected here next year

Rebelle Inc management is eyeing another international artist early next year following their successive and successful shows of international artist.

Catholic bishops reveal joint pastoral plan

At a recent Mass, the bishops of Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands revealed a roadmap for pastoral planning to guide the transformation of their societies.

Village women learn about gender issues

Women of east Malaita learn about gender equality for the first time when a workshop on the issue was conducted last week at Fera’ambu Bible School.

Youth interns hard at work

TO get into [email protected], you have to perform a minimum of one month’s community service.

Ten years in the Lord’s service

Fr. Clement Wanesubua celebrated his first Eucharistic mass as a newly ordained priest on the feast day of the Holy Name of Mary in September 2004.

18 storey tower planned for MHCC

SUVA, (FBC NEWS) - An 18 storey tower for MHCC in downtown Suva will add to the capital's skyline, it has been confirmed.

SPTO annouces new appointment

The South Pacific Tourism Organisation (SPTO) has announced the appointment of Alisi Lutu as the new Marketing Manager to lead SPTO’s marketing initiatives for its 16 member Pacific Island countries.

World Bank expects slower growth in East Asia Pacific in 2014

SINGAPORE, (WORLD BANK) --- Developing countries in East Asia Pacific will see slightly slower economic growth this year, but the pace of growth in the region, excluding China, will pick up next year, as the gradual recovery in high-income economies boosts demand for exports from the region, according to the East Asia Pacific Economic Update released today by the World Bank. Still, developing East Asia Pacific remains the fastest-growing region in the world.

US$90m tuna deal

FFA HQ, - An historic agreement was reached at the negotiation session between the Governments of the 17 FFA members and the United States of America this week in Honolulu.