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Economy hit by taxman, depres sed markets, weaker Vatu

IN addition to taxation issues for local breweries, there is also growing concern among Vanuatu businesses about the impact ...

Business

Thumbs up for oil investors in PNG

WORLD credit worthiness agencies gave Papua New Guinea a stable investment approvals rating last month prompting PNG’s LNG project ...

Politics

NGO offers rival fish surveillance

WASHINGTON DC based NGO Pew Charitable Trusts has teamed up with a British Government satellite technology company to launch ...

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Wake up, Whitehall

WHAT was mooted as a token gesture by Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama and his Fijian Government in late January ...

Whispers

So, the Australia-Fiji mooted February summit to consider a new Pacific regional structure was called off. Our information is ...

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Fiji

Private sector says EU fisheries report inaccurate

Wed 25 Feb

SUVA, Fiji --- The Pacific Islands Private Sector Organisation (PIPSO) says a European Union ...

Tonga

World Bank Regional Vice President to meet Tongan Prime Minister today

Wed 25 Feb

NUKU'ALOFA, Tonga --- Tongan Prime Minister ‘Akilisi Pohiva and World Bank Vice President for ...

Fiji

Fiji disciplinary forces support UN Convention Against Torture

Wed 25 Feb

SUVA, Fiji ----The Fiji Police Force and the Republic of Fiji Military Forces (RFMF) ...

Tonga

Princess Tu'ipelehake fights for Fatai residence in Court

Tue 24 Feb

NUKU’ALOFA, Tonga --- The wife of the late Prince Tu’ipelehake has challenged her eldest ...

Tuvalu

Tuvalu and Kiribati push for legal agreement on local crews for purse seine vessels in PNA waters

Tue 24 Feb

FUNAFUTI, Tuvalu --- Tuvalu is pushing member countries of the Parties to the Nauru ...

Fiji

Fiji continues to expand foreign relations

Tue 24 Feb

SUVA, Fiji --- Fiji continues to strengthen and expand its foreign relations.

Tuvalu

Tuvaluans residing in Fiji need to extend their visas if they want to stay longer

Tue 24 Feb

FUNAFUTI, TUVALU --- Tuvaluans working or studying in Fiji need to take the responsibility ...

Tuvalu

Peak tide affects Tuvaluan communities living in coastal and low-lying areas

Tue 24 Feb

FUNAFUTI, TUVALU --- Communities living near Tuvalu’s coastal and low-lying areas were affected by ...

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Fiji

Destination Suva

Fri 13 Mar

MOST likely a workshop or high-powered meeting has taken you to Fiji’s center of ...

Private sector says EU fisheries report inaccurate

Wed 25 Feb

SUVA, Fiji --- The Pacific Islands Private Sector Organisation (PIPSO) says a European Union ...

Fiji disciplinary forces support UN Convention Against Torture

Wed 25 Feb

SUVA, Fiji ----The Fiji Police Force and the Republic of Fiji Military Forces (RFMF) ...

Fiji continues to expand foreign relations

Tue 24 Feb

SUVA, Fiji --- Fiji continues to strengthen and expand its foreign relations.

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We Say

Wake up, Whitehall

Fri 13 Mar

WHAT was mooted as a token gesture by Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama and his ...

Politics

Fiji compensates Christma s Island nuclear veterans

Fri 13 Mar

In the 1950s, hundreds of Fijian soldiers and sailors witnessed Britain’s atmospheric nuclear tests ...

Enough violence

Fri 13 Mar

PAPUA New Guinea Prime Minister Peter O’Neill’s recent powerful statement against atrocities in Indonesia’s ...

NGO offers rival fish surveillance

Fri 13 Mar

WASHINGTON DC based NGO Pew Charitable Trusts has teamed up with a British Government ...