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News (10267)

  • 20
  • Nov

Counting of all the ballot papers for the three Constituencies in Choiseul Province will kicked off 9am this morning in Taro.

  • 19
  • Nov

THE NATIONAL - Papua New Guinea's first female micro bank has been ranked  one of the 50 leading women companies from the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC).

  • 16
  • Nov

Food security in Pacific countries could be under threat if oversized tuna vessels such as the Spanish owned Albatun Tres and Albacora Uno are allowed to continue fishing at current rates, Greenpeace says.

  • 16
  • Nov

NEC Australia is set to deploy microwave radio technology in three of the largest provinces of the Solomon Islands to boost mobile and fixed line broadband capacity.

  • 16
  • Nov

SENIOR representatives from Gold Ridge Mining Limited (GRML) had constructive discussions with senior representatives of the Solomon Islands Government and its advisors recently.

  • 13
  • Nov

SPC: Pacific Island leaders will gather in Noumea, New Caledonia, on Monday (17 November 2014) to discuss critical issues linked to climate change with the visiting President of the Republic of France, François Hollande.

  • 13
  • Nov

THE GOVERNMENT, through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and External Trade says that there is no ‘break down’ of talks between the Governments of Fiji and Solomon Islands over the current airlines impasse.

  • 13
  • Nov

RNZI: The World Health Organisation says the incidence of diabetes in the Pacific is now extreme and some countries have the highest rates in the world.

  • 13
  • Nov

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  • 11
  • Nov

A HIGH Impact Tourism Training (HITT) for women and girls was successfully held at Taro, Choiseul Province last week.

  • 11
  • Nov

THE Honiara City Council City Clerk (HCC) on Tuesday assured the Japanese government that it will spend the SBD $635,392.68 accountably and have it retired properly.

  • 11
  • Nov

PANG - The Pacific Network on Globalisation (PANG) launched a briefing paper today outlining the many complex and dangerous ways that free trade agreements can impact and undermine custom land systems in the Pacific Islands.