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Palau – where size doesn’t matter

Not counting the 400 or so volcano-uplifted little limestone islands that make up the spectacular Rock Islands, Palau is ...

Business

Marshall Islands move into commercial fish farming

The history of the Marshall Islands is littered with so many failed attempts to turn aquaculture and fish farming ...

Politics

PNG lobbies for its SG nominee

It is not new. Nor is it unknown. As a matter of fact, the race for a Melanesian-led economic ...

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Fiji has made rapid progress to elections

Fiji’s possible return to the fold of the Pacific Islands Forum, the region’s preeminent inter-governmental organisation of independent nations ...

Whispers

More trouble for the multi-million dollar tuna industrial zone in Madang Province, on the northern shores of Papua New ...

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Australia

Criminalisation of homosexual behaviour in Pacific countries undermining HIV effort, advocates say

Fri 25 Jul

MELBOURNE, Australia ---This week's International Aids Conference in Melbourne has heard that laws which ...

Australia

Australian PM pulls out of Pacific Islands Forum Leaders Meeting to deal with MH 17 tragedy

Fri 25 Jul

CANBERRA, Australia ---- Australian Prime Minister, Tony Abbott, will not be attending the Pacific ...

Australia

Bill Clinton: Aids-free generation within reach if we boost HIV treatment

Thu 24 Jul

MELBOURNE, Australia ---The world needs to “scale up” its treatment of HIV – particularly ...

Papua New Guinea

PNG, Europe eye more trade

Thu 24 Jul

PORT MORESBY, PNG ---Bilateral trade and exchange between Papua New Guinea and Europe is ...

Fiji

New Fiji Link ATR 42-600 arriving soon

Thu 24 Jul

NADI, Fiji ----Fiji Link, the domestic and regional subsidiary of Fiji Airways, is preparing ...

Samoa

Frozen Samoan taro soon to be on the overseas market

Thu 24 Jul

APIA, Samoa ----Frozen fresh taro will soon be on the overseas market once the ...

Fiji

Fijian soldiers caught in crossfire

Thu 24 Jul

SUVA, Fiji ----Fijian troops caught in the crossfire, as rival factions traded gunshots in ...

Papua New Guinea

Challenge on PNG grace period law set for August

Thu 24 Jul

PORT MORESBY, PNG ---The combined applications by Papua New Guinea Opposition Leader Belden Namah ...

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Fiji

New Fiji Link ATR 42-600 arriving soon

Thu 24 Jul

NADI, Fiji ----Fiji Link, the domestic and regional subsidiary of Fiji Airways, is preparing ...

Fijian soldiers caught in crossfire

Thu 24 Jul

SUVA, Fiji ----Fijian troops caught in the crossfire, as rival factions traded gunshots in ...

Russian military delegation in Fiji

Thu 24 Jul

SUVA, Fiji --- A delegation from Russia is in the country led by the ...

Russian military delegation in Fiji

Thu 24 Jul

SUVA, Fiji 24 JULY 2014 ( FIJI LIVE) ---A delegation from Russia is in ...

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We Say

Fiji has made rapid progress to elections

Wed 16 Jul

Fiji’s possible return to the fold of the Pacific Islands Forum, the region’s preeminent ...

Step down: Opposition demands

Wed 16 Jul

“If there is one factor that is holding back this most resource rich sub ...

China only too keen to fill the gaps

Wed 16 Jul

“It must be asked if New Zealand’s leaders would have indulged in such frivolous ...

Politics

PNG lobbies for its SG nominee

Wed 16 Jul

It is not new. Nor is it unknown. As a matter of fact, the ...

Three Opposition MPs suspended in Nauru

Fri 20 Jun

Police intervention was required twice in Nauru’s parliament as government and opposition MPs clashed ...

New Caledonia elections reaffirm divisions

Fri 20 Jun

Philippe Gomes is a happy man. His anti-independence party Calédonie Ensemble has done well ...