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Naoniahu customary land

Dear Editor - Please allow me a space in your paper for raising my concern about Naoniahu customary land in the East Are’ Are.

Isabel celebrations

Dear Editor- Grateful if you could allow me space to share my heart regarding celebration of Isabel day by some ward in Isabel.

Smoking, a growing problem for us

Last week the country joins the world to mark no-tobacco day. It’s a day set aside to look at the impact of tobacco use around globe.

Air Nuigini re-opens office here

AIR Niugini’s sales office in Honiara, will re-open today to look after interest of customers in the region.

Mass public protests that have grabbed headlines around the world during the last few years reflect a failure of governance at the national and international level, says a new report by the global civil society alliance, CIVICUS.

UNDP and Digicel partner on Cash For Work in Ha’apai

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Digicel Tonga signed an agreement last week to partner in the Cash For Work Project in Ha’apai, Tonga following Tropical Cyclone Ian in January 2014.

The bogey of devaluation

The bogey of devaluation was once again raised last week. 

Pacific platform for disaster risk management

Lieutenant Colonel Inia Seruiratu, Fiji's Minister for Rural & Maritime Development and National Disaster Management and Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries & Forests, will officially open the 6th Session of the Pacific Platform for Disaster Risk Management today at the Novotel Hotel in Suva, Fiji.

Energy efficiency discussions elevated at regional meeting

The Energy Programme of the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) convened a project Steering Committee  meeting of the Pacific Appliance Labelling and Standards (PALS) programme.

Mobile era

THE World Mobile Congress was held earlier this year and some things that have caught the eye are listed below.