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  • 31
  • Jul

Bank of South Pacific will launch its Swipe on BSP EFTPoS and Win promotion today in an effort to amplify a smarter way to pay for goods and services.

  • 31
  • Jul

The  value for each LNG shipment from the country’s PNG LNG Project costs US$50 million (K119.1 million) to US$60 (K143.9 million), National Petroleum Company PNG managing director Wapu Sonk said.

  • 31
  • Jul

New Zealand needs to listen to Pacific Island leaders when it comes to climate change action, said the Green Party.

  • 31
  • Jul

New Zealand's Foreign Affairs Minister says this year's Pacific leaders' summit is of particular significance as it will include high-level discussions over the future of the Pacific Plan.

  • 31
  • Jul

“We are making good progress in the negotiations. Thus far, we have concluded negotiations on sanitary and phytosanitary measures, technical barriers to trade and customs procedures. We have also made good progress in the negotiations on trade in services and investment,” said Dr Kessie.

  • 31
  • Jul

The Tuvalu government has reaffirmed its call for the United Nations and multilateral agencies to review the classification of Least Developed Countries (LDCs), to reflect the reality facing small island nations.

  • 31
  • Jul

Four years ago they tasked the Forum Fisheries Agency with enhancing cooperation in fisheries surveillance and law enforcement against Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing. 

  • 30
  • Jul

The Fijian Government is still waiting for contact from the Solomon Island’s Government to resolve the airline dispute between the two countries so that the normal flight schedule can resume between Nadi and Honiara.  

  • 30
  • Jul

One of the interesting things about the Pacific Islands Forum is that the member countries take it in turn to host it.

  • 30
  • Jul

Dr Colin Tukuitonga, Director-General of the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC), is a member of a recently convened World Health Organization (WHO) Commission on Ending Childhood Obesity.

  • 30
  • Jul

28 July 2014, Nadi, Fiji - The wide-ranging impact of the Pacific Adaptation to Climate Change Project was highlighted this morning at the opening ceremony of a meeting of all partners, the final multi-partite review. The project ends in December this year.

  • 30
  • Jul

The European Union's High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and Vice-President of the European Commission, Catherine Ashton, will be in the Pacific to attend the 45th Pacific Islands Forum meeting which opens in Koror, Palau, this week.

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