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  • 06
  • Mar

Tonga's public servants were awarded a 5% pay rise in mid-February, back-dated to January, said Tufui Faletau, the acting CEO for the Ministry of Finance and National Planning (MFNP).

  • 06
  • Mar

Yesterday SPC marks the 65th anniversary of the establishment of its Headquarters in New Caledonia.

  • 06
  • Mar

The head of the Pacific Islands Private Sector Organisation says business leaders need to change their thinking about competitors and work better together to increase export opportunities.

  • 06
  • Mar

Letter from Suva, by Islands Business Managing Editor, Laisa Taga.

  • 08
  • Mar

CHURCHES must stand and speak for the rights of the voiceless in the community.

  • 13
  • Mar

BUKA, PNG - Bougainville Copper is to open an office on Bougainville Island this year as sentiment begins to build within Papua New Guinea for a resumption of mining of the giant Panguna copper deposit.

  • 13
  • Mar

Papua New Guinea’s first liquefied natural gas cargo is expected to leave from near Port Moresby in the next four months, with the $US19 billion (K46bn) PNG LNG project set to perform a rare regional feat by coming on stream ahead of schedule.

  • 13
  • Mar

FIJI TIMES - Bank South Pacific (BSP) has launched its new VISA debit card in Suva, which, among other things, will make travelling easier for its customers.

  • 13
  • Mar

Fiji TV - Fiji is one of eight countries in the region where 20 percent of the population still live in hardship – meaning they are unable to meet all of their basic needs.

  • 13
  • Mar

RNZI: Vanuatu's Disaster Management Office says the death toll could rise as it establishes the full extent of damage caused by Tropical Cyclone Lusi.

  • 13
  • Mar

ABC: The giant ExxonMobil liquefied natural gas project in Papua New Guinea is months ahead of schedule and is expected to deliver first gas by mid-year.

  • 15
  • Mar

ONE of the many factors to achieving success in an organisation is having the right people at the forefront of operations.

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