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15 farmers prepare for direct export

FIFTEEN farmers are closely working with the marketing unit, agriculture planning division of the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock (MALS) to export their local produce overseas.

Journos undergo business reporting training

A three-day media training organised by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has kicked off Monday in Suva, Fiji.

Big gathering for COM mothers underway

Anglican Church of Melanesia’s Mothers’ Union representatives from the provinces are gathering in Honiara this week to elect new office bearers.

Samoa records 269 chikungunya cases

RNZI: The number of people affected by chikungunya in Samoa has increased from 51 to 269 in the last two weeks.

PNG opposition file fresh Manus challenge

RNZI: A Papua New Guinea lawyer says the government's amendment to the constitution to allow asylum seekers to be transferred to PNG was invalid and should be rejected by the Supreme Court.

Kingz, Eels open Vanuatu Futsal Shefa

Paramartyre defeats Auki boys in nail beating match

Registration delays HBL league

The Honiara Basketball League has been deferred for another week.

Nadi keep hopes alive

Despite losing their first match, the Shop N Save Nadi team bounced back to win their second pool match on Sunday.

Ba, Rewa must win

Fiji Sun:  The Gurjit Singh-coached Suva side and Lautoka lead Fiji premier soccer Pool A and have qualified for the semifinals of the 2014 Inkk Mobile Battle of the Giants at the ANZ Stadium.

Truth about Gold Ridge needs to be told

Dear Editor – I would like to contribute on the issue of Gold Ridge’s St Barbara Mining Company. Last week, a person wrote a private view column which I myself viewed as a piece that warrants proper investigation by the Ministry of Mines and more exposure.