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FFA praises fishing projects in PNG

THE Pacific Islands Forum Fisheries Agency (FFA) has commended two fisheries project planned for Rabaul, in East New Britain, saying they will have vast economic benefits.

Women gears up for expo

A SPECIAL sub-committee for Women’s Innovation Expo (WIE) have met on Tuesday to finalize activities, program and checklist for the first ever women Expo.

Support for more women in banking industry

The National -  ANZ PNG chief executive officer Mark Baker says the visibility for female employees in the banking industry is important for them to advance in their profession. 


BSP launches promotion

Fiji Times - THE Bank of South Pacific (BSP) has announced special financing for women who want to buy cars this month.

Universities collaborate to achieve higher learning

Two universities in Papua New Guinea will share resources and physical infrastructure to achieve the government’s call for quality of higher education and more access to higher education.

Ending violence against women here

REPRESENTATIVES from the national government, UN agencies and civil society organisations gathered in Honiara yesterday to celebrate the official launch of the first phase of the UN-Solomon Islands Government Joint Programme on Eliminating Violence against Women and Girls (Joint Programme).

Hekari, Solympic friendly ends in draw

THE friendly match between Hekari FC of Papua New Guinea (PNG) and the Solomon Islands U23 training squad has ended in a two-all draw, Tuesday at the Lawson Tama stadium.

Volley technical course set

THE Olympic Solidarity FIVB Young Players Course for our national volleyball teams and upcoming players has now confirmed to kick-off today ( Wednesday) 11th March 2015 at the NOCSI conference room at 8.30am.

O’Neill to open Games

The National -  PRIME Minister Peter O’Neill will officially open the 2015 Pacific Games on July 4 at the Sir John Guise Stadium in Port Moresby.

Games council boss happy

The National - PACIFIC Games Council president Vidhya Lakhan, who was in Port Moresby for a week, left on a happy note, confident that everything will fall in place come the Games on July 4.