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PNG 7s Squad trimmed

PORT MORESBY, ( POST COURIER) -The Puma Energy Papua New Guinea Sevens train-on squad has been finalised to prepare for tournaments in Singapore and New Zealand.

New Caledonia mourns emblematic figure

OFC: New Caledonia is mourning an emblematic member of the football community following the passing of Gaïtcha president and deputy mayor of Noumea, Dr. Paul Qaeze at the weekend.

Code share deal provides massive opportunity tourism

FOLLOWING the sealing of an agreement last week for the code-share between Solomon Airlines and Qantas, the Solomon Islands Visitors Bureau (SIVB) has described the deal as a catalyst with the potential to thrust the country fully into the international tourism spotlight.

Music federation revived in a banquet

AFTER more than decade being dormant the Solomon Islands Music Federation (SIMF) was revived over the weekend.

Sabotaging the water source

FOR the past weeks the city had been going through water shortage.

El Nino

Dear Editor - Its interesting to read in the news about the impact of El Nino that is going to affect the region.

Fred Erick Tehaka

Dear Editor - Please allow me to respond to a letter by Fred Erick Tehaka carried through this column on the 15th October 2015. I will be responding to each point raised by Mr.Tehaka against Hon.Lence Tagosia.

El Nino to bring irregular weather patterns: Scientist

SUVA, (FBC NEWS/FIJI TIMES) --- Climate scientists say the El Nino Effect will continue to have a major influence on the climate and ocean for the rest of this year and much of 2016.

Women helping women

A powerful way to advance

New strategy to empower women to be launched

THE Ministry of Women, Youth, Children and Family Affairs (MWYCFA) will launch the National Strategy on the Economic Empowerment of Women and Girls today in Honiara.

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