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News (8728)

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  • Aug

MEDIA has an important role to play in promoting and reporting sustainable harvesting of the region’s tuna resources.

  • 21
  • Aug

THE development of a long-line fishery policy in 2012 has brought about some positive and significant changes to Soltuna Limited.

  • 21
  • Aug

A ROAD Engineer from Nepal Guna Rey Niraula conducts a one-week labour based road maintenance training for road contractors in Malaita this week in Buma, West kwara’ae.

  • 21
  • Aug

“This is bringing banking to people,” Fishing village chief Robert Satu said when Westpac launched their 19th in-store bank at the Fishing Village area.

  • 21
  • Aug

THE Central Bank of Solomon Islands (CBSI) has clarified a report from Peterson Boso in an article questioning the credibility of Pan Oceanic Bank Limited (POB) on Tuesdays’ issue (No.5595) of the Solomon Star.

  • 21
  • Aug

POST COURIER - Telikom PNG Limited and Bmobile will roll out a $US100 million 3G/4G next generation mobile phone network from April next year.

  • 21
  • Aug

RNZI - There are observations other nations, such as China, are filling the vacuum caused by cuts to Australian broadcasting services in the Pacific.

  • 21
  • Aug

THE NATIONAL - Papua New Guinea’s beche-de-mer stock is improving but not at the stage of harvesting, a senior National Fisheries Authority (NFA) official says.

  • 21
  • Aug

POST COURIER - The Papua New Guinea Defence Force has secured a K1.9 billion (US$772 million) loan from overseas to improve its facilities.

  • 20
  • Aug

A NEW newly released stock assessment that shows bigeye tuna is being over-fished underlines why the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission (WCPFC) must take decisive action at its December annual meeting to reduce further reductions in bigeye mortality.

  • 20
  • Aug

SCIENTISTS have released new assessments of tuna populations in the western and central Pacific Ocean, and the results include several troubling developments for the world’s largest tuna fishing grounds.

  • 20
  • Aug

PEW, Greenpeace and World Wide Fund (WWF) have congratulated the Parties to the Nauru Agreement (PNA) for their increased commitments to the sustainable management of their tuna fisheries.