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SUVA, (RADIO AUSTRALIA) - High rates of domestic violence, including brutality against pregnant women, in the South Pacific have been documented in a new UNICEF report.

Kakabona SDA church praise & give

KAKABONA Seventh Day Adventist (SDA) hive Church located in the West side of the city over the weekend successfully organised ‘a praise and give’ to help raise funds to support its Church building.

Regional fuel prices increasing again


Suva, Fiji – For the past ten months, Pacific Island countries and territories have enjoyed falling petroleum prices but there are indications that the region should prepare for rising fuel prices.

Youths learn more about Christian faith

Youths that took part in the weekend camp out at the St. Mary Tanagai Catholic Parish have learnt more about the teachings of the Christian life.

Weekend camping ends in style

A week-end camp out that took place at St. Mary Tanagai Parish has ended in style last Sunday.

Service – Its Proper place

Welcome to our continuing discussion on this important subject of “Worship.” In the past few weeks we looked at why worship is important and the various aspects we need to know to enrich our worship of God. This week we will look at another important aspect of worship and that is “Service – Its Proper place.” This brings an end to our discussion on this subject.

Tuna companies urged to do more for Pacific people

SUVA, (PNG LOOP) - Papua New Guinea Fisheries and Marine Resources Minister Mao Zeming has called on countries that reap billions of dollars from the Pacific’s tuna resource to do more to promote sustainability and create opportunities for the people in region.

Ground breaking for new Auki tourism office

Construction of a new provincial tourism office for Malaita province in Auki will kick off soon following the official ground breaking ceremony on Tuesday.

POB launches kids savings, Friday

PAN Oceanic Bank (POB) will launch a newly savings account for children between ages 0-18 this morning.

NADI, FIJI  – As the Pacific conference on Ending Violence Against Children came to a close yesterday, UNICEF East Asia Pacific Regional Director, Mr. Daniel Toole reminded delegates that  “Raising awareness about violence is not about blame, it is about healing the whole family, encouraging mutual respect between children and adults, building stronger families and ultimately stronger communities.”

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