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Building road humps ...

June 17th, 2019
BUILDING or putting humps along the road to slow ...

FIRST LADY MPA  

June 17th, 2019
For Tasiboko ward, North East Guadalcanal BY ...

Alleged con man ...

June 15th, 2019
THE court has on Friday refused bail for a man ...

Ramohia unseated

June 15th, 2019
FORMER Malaita Provincial Premier Peter Ramohia ...

Ririana pleads ...

June 15th, 2019
THE driver of the car that crashed and killed a ...

LOGGING CURTAIL

June 15th, 2019
Gov’t to limit round log exports THE ...

Submarine on ...

June 15th, 2019
THE Submarine that surfaced in the water between ...

THL, K-water back ...

June 13th, 2019
The Tina Hydropower Limited (THL) and Korea Water ...

Gov’t targets ...

June 13th, 2019
THE Government (SIG) through the census office ...

Killer croc slain

June 13th, 2019
A THREE-METRE crocodile was trapped and killed ...

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  • 03
  • May

Fiji’s first iron sand ore resources from the Ba Delta is expected to be exported out of the country soon.

  • 25
  • Feb

The Pacific representative for United Nations child protection agency, UNICEF, says efforts to combat violence against children are hampered by shame and denial over the issue.

  • 25
  • Feb

One of the small but growing number of women now making their presence felt in the fisheries sector in the region is Solomon Islander Agnes Arahauta.

  • 25
  • Feb

About 22 fisheries officers from across 14 Pacific Island nations now have the skills to properly detect and investigate fisheries offences.

  • 25
  • Feb

The official launching of the 5th Melanesian Festival of Arts and Culture was held in Mt Hagen over the weekend.

  • 25
  • Feb

Fijian Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama will step down from his position as head of the Fiji Military Forces on Friday.

  • 26
  • Feb

Fiji absorbed about 40 per cent of the 1.5 million inbound tourists in the Pacific in the recent years, a report has revealed.

  • 26
  • Feb

Tourism in Pacific Island countries is expected to receive a boost with the completion and soon to be launched regional tourism strategy.

  • 26
  • Feb

Despite improvements in the  business  environment  over  the  last  decade,  law  and  order  and  corruption  remain  the  most  severe constraints to doing business in Papua New Guinea (PNG), new analysis from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) reveals.

  • 26
  • Feb

Four (4) Micronesian islands of Palau, Federated States of Micronesia, Marshall Islands and Christmas Island will benefit from a series of Pacific Port preparedness workshops over the next two weeks.

  • 26
  • Feb

A new lecturer is expected to start next Tuesday as the University of the South Pacific’s journalism programme coordinator following the sudden resignation of Dr Ian Weber.

  • 27
  • Feb

A new wave of Chinese tourists is helping to boost growth in the Pacific tourism industry, a new report from the ANZ Bank says.