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Jul 14, 2016 Tuifa’asisina Peter Rees

Elusive Olympic gold within reach

2016 July

Elusive Olympic gold within reach

THERE’s an air of excitement and anticipation as Brazil gets set to host the 31st Olympic Games from 5-2...

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Jul 14, 2016 Priya Chand

Pacific tops women violence

2016 July

Pacific tops women violence

Human rights watchdog waves the red flag Quick fact – a staggering 60 per cent of women in the Pacific ...

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Jul 14, 2016 Editor

Smoke and mirrors

2016 July

Smoke and mirrors

The regional scourge of tobacco TOBACCO remains a major contributor to non-communicable diseases in this regi...

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Jul 14, 2016 BERNADETTE H CARREON

Growth masks Palau’s flaws

2016 July

Growth masks Palau’s flaws

ADB highlights setback in policy enforcement. TOURISM continues to be Palau’s bread and butter and a co...

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Jul 14, 2016 Netani Rika

The dark side of the trade deal

2016 July

The dark side of the trade deal

Pacific nations can open up markets without help of our big brothers THE Pacific Network on Globalisatio...

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Jul 14, 2016 Joey Tau

Pacific islands to bear costs of PACER-Plus

2016 July

Pacific islands to bear costs of PACER-Plus

PACIFIC island governments must retain their right to regulate to protect their national development interests...

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Jun 08,2016, Mar-Vic Cagurangan

Cultural survival and revival

2016 June

Cultural survival and revival

“YOU can’t buy any of the materials you’ll find in these necklaces,” says Chonj Floryn...

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Jun 08,2016, Editor

Proceed with caution

2016 June

Proceed with caution

THE Solomon Islands’ decision to selectively arm members of its police force must be a matter for extrem...

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Jun 08,2016, Netani Rika

Eyes on the skies

2016 June

Eyes on the skies

Kiribati looks to expand WITH limited freight space and a growing fresh tuna industry, Kiribati has been forc...

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Jun 08,2016, Samisoni Paret

World Bank eyes our tuna

2016 June

World Bank eyes our tuna

Islands need to exploit resource to be key driver of economic growth THE World Bank has just released a ...

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Jun 08,2016, MAR-VIC CAGURANGAN

From banking to life saving

2016 June

From banking to life saving

The woman behind Guam’s first private hospital FOR many years, Guam depended on the government-run...

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Jun 08,2016, Samisoni Paret

Where was the Pacific?

2016 June

Where was the Pacific?

Conference offers answers but no seats A MODERN day land-based engineering feat which has added 250 metres of...

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May 12,2016, TUIFA’ASISINA PETER REES

Tribute to godfather of Pacific music Sounds of Sevesi

2016 May

Tribute to godfather of Pacific music Sounds of Sevesi

SEVEN months after becoming the first Tongan to be inducted into New Zealand Music’s Hall of Fame, Wilfr...

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May 12,2016, Netani Rika

PNG court rejects detention centre Is Fiji next

2016 May

PNG court rejects detention centre Is Fiji next

WITH the Papua New Guinea Supreme Court ruling that the Manus Island refugee processing centre is illegal, Aus...

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May 12,2016, Editor

Time for regionalism

2016 May

Time for regionalism

REGIONAL tourism operators will gather on Australia’s Gold Coast this month to showcase the best there i...

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May 12,2016, Michael Field

CHASING THE BIG DREAM

2016 May

CHASING THE BIG DREAM

PACIFIC ISLAND PLAYERS underpaid and overworked PHYSICALLY powerful young men have become Polynesia’s h...

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May 12,2016, Netani Rika

Minister defends PACER Plus Regional deal in sight

2016 May

Minister defends PACER Plus Regional deal in sight

WITH a month to go before regional governments sign a broad trade agreement with Australia and New Zealand, th...

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May 12,2016, George Faktaufon

Airlines meet to discuss market-based measures on Climate change

2016 May

Airlines meet to discuss market-based measures on Climate change

The Paris Agreement IN December 2015, a landmark agreement was reached in Paris where more than 190 countries ...

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May 11, 2016, Editor

Be disaster prepared

2016 April

Be disaster prepared

FIJI was battering up for Tropical Cyclone Zena as we prepare to put this edition to bed, exactly 45 days afte...

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May 11, 2016, Editor

Whispers

2016 April

Whispers

MIRACLE or mirage It’s making big news in Samoa with media reports about a young woman with stigmata, wh...

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May 11, 2016, Sam Vulum

PNG crackdown on bad Chinese traders

2016 April

PNG crackdown on bad Chinese traders

PAPUA New Guinea has seen a series of anti-Chinese protests and riots in recent years, driven by the increasin...

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May 11, 2016, Bob Makin

VANUATU tax haven opens doors

2016 April

VANUATU tax haven opens doors

THE opening up of the pre-independence tax haven in Vanuatu did not, of itself, bring in the large numbers of ...

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May 11, 2016, BERNADETTE H CARREON

Palau puts in place measures to control Chinese ‘takeover’

2016 April

Palau puts in place measures to control Chinese ‘takeover’

TWO years ago the number of Chinese tourists that travel to Palau barely reached 30,000, but by 2015, there we...

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Mar 21, 2016, Iva Tora

Ramrakha, a son of Fiji

2016 March

Ramrakha, a son of Fiji

Former Fiji politician KC Ramrakha, ran foul of the Indiandominated National Federation Party during the facti...

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Mar 21, 2016, Netani Rika

Will PACER Plus go ahead without largest economy?

2016 March

Will PACER Plus go ahead without largest economy?

PNG key to trade deal THE big question after PACER Plus talks in Brisbane this month will be simple – D...

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Mar 21, 2016, Netani Rika

US, Pacific clash over ocean riches

2016 March

US, Pacific clash  over ocean riches

It’s TUNA stocktake time ON the docks of San Diego, Pacific fishing crews stand idle, their millio...

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Mar 21, 2016, Sam Vulum

PNG Tourism seeks a boom

2016 March

PNG Tourism seeks a boom

PAPUA New Guinea’s usually underrated tourism sector is for the first time seeing a strenuous commitment...

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Mar 21, 2016, Nic Maclellan

A tale of two presidents

2016 March

A tale of two presidents

After decades of campaigning for independence in French Polynesia, Oscar Manutahi Temaru has announced he will...

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Mar 21, 2016, Priestly Habru

Sogavare accused of paying militants to stay in power

2016 March

Sogavare accused of paying militants to stay in power

ANY minister of backbenchers who wish to desert Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare in late 2015 would be forcefu...

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Feb 16, 2016, IVA TORA

BACK IN TIME

2016 February

BACK IN TIME

Former Fiji politician KC Ramrakha, ran foul of the Indian-dominated National Federation Party during the fact...

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Feb 16, 2016, Giff Johnson

TREATY CRISIS

2016 February

TREATY CRISIS

Boats, payments in limbo THE U.S. government officially announced in mid-January that it is pulling out of th...

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Feb 16, 2016, Sam Vulum

Scars of Bougainville

2016 February

Scars of Bougainville

WITH the looming referendum and the future of the Bougainville copper mine hanging in the loop, Prime Minister...

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Feb 16, 2016, Anish Chand

MINING High risk, controversial business

2016 February

MINING High risk, controversial business

On Viti Levu, the areas marked with shaded red are all prospective mining areas where 55 companies are current...

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Feb 16, 2016, UNDP

Reviving the coffee industry on Tanna Island

2016 February

Reviving the coffee industry on Tanna Island

Coffee is one of the main sources of livelihood for the people of Tanna Island. Home to one of the Pacific&rsq...

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Feb 16, 2016, Samisoni Pareti

Doubts over PACER Plus

2016 February

Doubts over PACER Plus

Trade adviser defends agreement “THERE is no reason to doubt the sincerity of Australia and New Zealand...

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Jan 06,2016 Samisoni Pareti

Gulf in women, men wages

2016 January

Gulf in women, men wages

UN HDI Report reveals status of gender disparities in Pacific PACIFIC island nations still have a lot of work...

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Jan 06,2016 Netani Rika

A tale of SORROW

2016 January

A tale of SORROW

Letters tell of tropical mission hardships The Mission of Our Lady of Sorrows Collected letters translated by...

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Jan 06,2016 IVA TORA

A leader’s LEGACY

2016 January

A leader’s LEGACY

THERE is a rousing story that still now, inspires me. As with many other Fijians of my generation and older, t...

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Jan 06,2016 Editor

Vanuatu - standing above the rest

2016 January

Vanuatu - standing above the rest

ONE of the Pacific’s smaller island states, Vanuatu stands taller than the larger nations with its consi...

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Jan 06,2016 Dennis Rounds

Open skies: A threat to island economies

2016 January

Open skies: A threat to island economies

THE Fijian government has adopted a cautious approach to entering into Air Services Agreements (ASAs) which co...

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Jan 06,2016 Priya Chand

Stop the bias

2016 January

Stop the bias

Shameem: Comprehensive training will assist judges, magistrates to eliminate or minimise male bias A PAC...

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