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  • 13
  • Jun

PACIFIC island nations announced plans Thursday to dramatically increase the fees they charge tuna fishing boats for the right to enter their waters, saying it will boost revenue and help conservation efforts.

  • 13
  • Jun

A PROMINENT civil society leader says the police’s demolition exercise carried out at Henderson, east Honiara, will have a lot of negative effect on the lives of children, women and families.

  • 13
  • Jun

THREE days of Pacific Media Assistance Scheme (PACMAS) Business and Economic Reporting workshop held in Apia, Samoa ended successfully yesterday.

  • 13
  • Jun

OUR Telekom continues to expand to rural customers with a recent launching of a new network tower at Posarae village, South Choiseul.

  • 13
  • Jun

Piggery business farmers have been urged to go into use of biogas as a means to minimize wastes using waste management, improve sanitation and help reduce carbon emission.

  • 12
  • Jun

Air New Zealand has revamped its fare options for domestic flights, with last-minute business customers most likely to benefit from the changes.

  • 12
  • Jun

The private sector in the Asia-Pacific region holds $33 trillion which could help finance sustainable development, the United Nations economic and social office in the region said, calling for greater partnerships in the social and environmental sectors, and for a reworking of the region’s financial regulations.

  • 12
  • Jun

The European Union warned Tuesday the Philippines, one of the world's largest fishing nations, and Papua New Guinea that they faced an import ban if they do not curb illegal fishing.

  • 12
  • Jun

RAPID migration to cities and towns, driven by scarce public services and jobs in rural areas, is producing a profound social shift in Pacific Island countries, where agrarian life has dominated for generations.

  • 12
  • Jun

HARSH northern winter in the US along with the Ukraine conflict have chilled the outlook for global economic growth this year, but highly developed economies will lead a rebound later in the year, the World Bank has projected.

  • 12
  • Jun

The Autonomous Bougainville Government passed a Bill on Friday to authorise expenditure from the Special Intervention Fund Trust Account to implement a range of priority projects.

  • 11
  • Jun

THE seventh PACER-Plus Intersessional Meeting started yesterday in Adelaide, South Australia, with a strong reminder, particularly to the senior officials of Australia and New Zealand (ANZ), of the compelling reasons why PACER-Plus was launched.