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  • Oct

FIJI TIMES: The risk of transmission of the Ebola virus to flight crew during air travel is low, says Fiji Airways managing director and CEO Stefan Pichler.

  • 15
  • Oct

SOLOMON Telekom Company Limited is now a 100-percent locally owned company.

  • 15
  • Oct

AN Australian has offered to assist Sol Surf Kagata Village Stay in Kia, West Isabel province after spending his vacation there last December.

  • 15
  • Oct

The Civil Aviation Authority of the Solomon Island (CAASI) in the Ministry of Aviation and Communication (MAC), is finalising a draft report for the possible expansion of the Suavanao airport in Isabel Province.

  • 13
  • Oct

South Pacific Oil (SPO) has established a new fuel depot on Noro, Western province.

  • 13
  • Oct

Fiji Times - Visitor arrivals in Fiji for August this year totalled 69,632, an increase of 5 per cent compared with the corresponding month last year.

  • 13
  • Oct

SPC: The Government of the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) formed an Interim National Seabed Minerals Management Board (INSMB) on 2 October 2014. The board members, consisting of a small team of government officers and non-governmental representatives, are tasked by Cabinet to develop national policy and law for the appropriate governance of the nation’s deep sea resources.

  • 13
  • Oct

West Isa Eco Tourism Association (WIETA) in Kia, Isabel province has approved six existing tourism operators who will receive tourism funds from the association.

  • 11
  • Oct

SUVA, (FBC NEWS) - An 18 storey tower for MHCC in downtown Suva will add to the capital's skyline, it has been confirmed.

  • 11
  • Oct

The South Pacific Tourism Organisation (SPTO) has announced the appointment of Alisi Lutu as the new Marketing Manager to lead SPTO’s marketing initiatives for its 16 member Pacific Island countries.

  • 11
  • Oct

SINGAPORE, (WORLD BANK) --- Developing countries in East Asia Pacific will see slightly slower economic growth this year, but the pace of growth in the region, excluding China, will pick up next year, as the gradual recovery in high-income economies boosts demand for exports from the region, according to the East Asia Pacific Economic Update released today by the World Bank. Still, developing East Asia Pacific remains the fastest-growing region in the world.

  • 10
  • Oct

FFA HQ, - An historic agreement was reached at the negotiation session between the Governments of the 17 FFA members and the United States of America this week in Honolulu.

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