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September 19, 2017
2017 September Netani Rika

Life in interesting times

LATE last month Papua New Guinea returned the government of Prime Minister Peter O’Neill to power – albeit with a much smaller majority. At the same time the people of…
September 19, 2017
2017 September IB

A warrior falls

Tony de Brum 1945-2017 ... He was a giant of history, a legend in every meaning of the word ... AT the age of nine, Tony de Brum was fishing at sea with his grandfather…
September 19, 2017
2017 September Editor


Missing cash WHERE is the $515,000 given by Methodist people from Fiji who now live in New Zealand for the construction of a new home for the head of the church? At the…
September 19, 2017
King Geoge Tupou IV.
2017 September Netani Rika

Friends no more

Tonga heads to the polls AS a student at the University of the South Pacific, Samuela ‘Akilisi Pohiva decided to put an end to what he saw as the corrupt system of…
September 19, 2017
This painter’s work in Papua New Guinea depicts the state of that country. Inset: Port Moresby at night. PNG’s crime rate is among the highest in the world.
2017 September Jale Moala

About to fall down

PNG - land of the mystic PAPUA New Guinea marks its independence this month, just weeks after the end of elections. This land of contrast with vast amounts of natural…
September 19, 2017
We are the victims of this political war ... a Kanaky tells his story through a traditional dance.
2017 September Netani Rika

Brother Kanaky

MSG seals deal with Independence group ahead of referendum THE Melanesian Spearhead Group will take a lead role in a political referendum in New Caledonia next year. MSG…
September 19, 2017
Worship is part of the lives of people in the South Pacific, even on the sporting arena.
2017 September Patrick Nunn

Taking God out of the islands

UNLESS you are cocooned in a tourist bubble, it is hardly possible to miss God when you visit the Pacific Islands. In every village and on every main street there seems…
September 19, 2017
Children on Malake help replant mangroves on the island.
2017 September Priya Chand

Kelly Bently, Coordinator for the ManFightback after Winston

SINCE Tropical Cyclone Winston made its brutal landfall in the country last year, Fiji has doubled its efforts to building back better and tripled its commitment to…

R&D - The way forward

Sep 19, 2017 31
Impacts of Tropical Cyclone Winston on Nasau Village of Koro Island
Academics to provide climate change impact EXPECT greater consultation…

Things fall apart

Sep 19, 2017 33
Tokelauans rely on foreign aid because of their remoteness in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.
Tokelau calls for support FOR close to 40 years the tiny island nation of…

Battle for power

Sep 19, 2017 25
A worker for Sumitomo offloads steel pipes at the mine site in Isabel Province. Below: The ASX-listed Axiom took its fight against Sumitomo to court but neither won the fight.
Australian, Japanese firms fight over deposits THIS year marks the 70th year…

Family security under scrutiny

Sep 19, 2017 32
Delegates at thes consultation held in Tonga. Below: Nalini Singh, of Fiji, speaks her mind at the workshop.
“IF your family is hungry, if there is no food in the kitchen, there will be…

Vendor back on her feet

Sep 19, 2017 30
Sulueti Liku at her Nadi Market stall.
UN project boosts families THE decision of her husband to leave her behind…

Raising voices

Sep 19, 2017 32
The programme aims to find practical, innovative ways for people to lift themselves out of poverty and rebuild lives.
OXFAM in the Pacific, working in partnership with the Pacific Disability…

Tour operator goes hybrid

Sep 19, 2017 38
Innovation ... James Sowane, left, says he is proud of his team’s switch to hybrid cars.
Green fleet WITH the growing number of tour operators and tourism logistics…

Killing the golden goose

Sep 19, 2017 35
Fijian hospitality ... the warm reception of the people is what keeps them coming.
High taxes threaten tourism HIGH taxes and service charges have pushed…
September 04, 2017
2017 August Netani Rika

Voice against injustice

IN August 1945 the United States destroyed the Japanese city of Nagasaki with an atomic bomb in an event which changed the world forever. More than 70 years later the…
September 04, 2017
Regional co-operation ... Amena Yauvoli
2017 August Invictus News

Melanesian challenge

Diplomat calls for greater sub-regionalism A SENIOR regional diplomat has called for more cooperation at sub-regional level to create more efficient service delivery by…
September 04, 2017
2017 August Editor


Leading diplomat FIJIAN diplomat Amena Yauvoli is the toast of the regional diplomatic community. Not only is he Director-General of the Melanesian Spearhead Group,…
September 04, 2017
Dr Aqorau
2017 August Samisoni Pareti

French in the House

Pacific Islands go French AT least two major regional bodies have hit legal and administrative roadblocks as they move to implement the decisions of Pacific leaders to…
September 04, 2017
Royal Solomon Islands Police Force female officers march down the main street of Honiara.
2017 August James Batley

Solomon Islands after RAMSI

ON June 30 the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands (RAMSI) came to an end. Established in July, 2003, RAMSI has been a feature of life in Solomon Islands for…
September 04, 2017
Melanesian mission ... Nanise Rainima takes what was once forbidden into China.
2017 August Joe Yaya

Beauty with purpose

Miss World Fiji to use global pageant to spread divine word FULL-TIME missionary and university science graduate Nanise Rainima will represent Fiji at this year’s Miss…
September 04, 2017
 Bainimarama joins UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres during a traditional Fijian ceremony to open the Oceans Conference in New York. Seated below is senior UN staff Sai Navote, who acted as Guterres’ herald.
2017 August Samisoni Pareti

The world pledges to save our home

READING through the world’s pledges for the protection of our oceans during the first-ever Oceans Conference that Fiji and Sweden co-chaired at the United Nations…
September 04, 2017
Reluctant change ... It is difficult to access data on shipping fuel consumption because most companies keep them closely guarded in a competritive industry.
2017 August Ilaitia Turagabeci

Big blow for Pacific coalition at IMO negotiations

DESPITE the passionate plea of a coalition of Pacific leaders, the world’s leading shipping organisation has failed to agree to urgently tackle the industry’s impact on…

Shipping can’t afford to slow steam on climate

Sep 04, 2017 205
Bainimarama joins Kiribati President Taneti Maamau and Tuvalu PM Enele Sopoaga on the drua.
WHILE US President Donald Trump has his head in sand on climate change,…

The decreed legacy of Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum

Sep 04, 2017 184
Man of many hats ... Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum
THE Attorney General and Minister for the Economy Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum is…

In the pursuit of gender inclusive peace

Sep 04, 2017 210
Delegates to the GPPAC.
A PACIFIC network of peacebuilders committed to progressing commitments to…

New lease of life for vendors

Sep 04, 2017 189
Anare Volanavanua at his stall at the Nadi Market.
BEFORE the break of dawn, Anare Volanavanua and his wife jump right into…

Dreams born out of a family’s struggle

Sep 04, 2017 214
Akreneta put her children through school with what she earned at the market.
“RENOVATE and extend our home to be bigger and better than what we have…

Keep Pacific nuclear-free

Sep 04, 2017 187
The US nucler testing inthe Marshall Islands in 1946.
LAST month, the heads of the Pacific’s largest churches met in Auckland, New…

Priest is Vanuatu President

Sep 04, 2017 170
New Vanuatu President, Obed Moses Tallis.
Big shoes to fill for Tallis ON Thursday July 6, 2017, the people of Vanuatu…

O’Neill wins bizzare elections

Sep 04, 2017 237
O’Neill is congratulated by other MPs.
PAPUA New Guinea’s Prime Minister Peter O’Neill recorded history by being…
September 04, 2017
2017 July Netani Rika

70 years strong

THE Pacific Community marks 70 years of service to the region this month in a quiet way in Noumea, New Caledonia. It is…
September 04, 2017
2017 July IB

Pacific loses inspirational artist

SEIULI ALLAN ALO VAAI THE Pacific lost an eminent figure in the creative arts, culture and fashion with the death of…
September 04, 2017
2017 July Editor


Double standards INTERESTING to note that there is a huge campaign in Fiji for the second year running to conserve…
September 04, 2017
Marketability problems ... Olympic champions and winners of the Las Vegas Sevens.
2017 July Joe Yaya

Fiji rugby feels the heat

Pressure mounts on Fij i Rugby Union to investigate Ben Ryan’s sevens franchise BEN Ryan has been labelled a “master…
September 04, 2017
The winner of the Tiliva Sevens. The tournament offers the island’s youth a chance to develop their skills.
2017 July Joe Yaya

Sevens sports tourism

Rugby, holiday on the other side IF you were to travel by boat for more than ten hours to watch a rugby 7s tournament,…
September 04, 2017
The new FMF complex outside Lami, on the outskirts of Suva.
2017 July IB

$40m biscuit factory

From humble beginnings, FMF Foods expands WHAT started as a flour mill in 1973, which imported premium Australian wheat…
September 04, 2017
Pacific rescue ... the HMAS Adelaide streams to help Pacific island nations in the aftermath of natural disasters.
2017 July Nic Maclellan

At the coal face of climate action

INTERVIEWED on Radio Australia last month, Australia’s Minister for International Development and the Pacific was…
September 04, 2017
The Pearl Resort is in the proposed tax-free zone.
2017 July Nanise Loanakadavu

Push to extend Fiji tax-free zones

IN the aftermath of the military coups of 1987, the then interim government created a tax free zone in Kalabu, Nasinu,…

City within a city

Sep 04, 2017 167
Expansion plans... Damodar Cinemas in Suva.
Entertainment company expands its boundaries THINK cinema in Fiji and…

The Mad Hatter Hut

Sep 04, 2017 166
Expandable... Mad Hatter Hut.
IN a cluster of stores and offices along 22 Disraeli Road in Suva, stands a…

PACER setback

Sep 04, 2017 156
The absence of Fiji, PNG and Vanuatu from PACER-Plus will affect economic relations in the region.
Trade agreement no closer to a Plus in economic cooperation relations for the…

Moana meets the real McCoy

Sep 04, 2017 191
HAWAIIAN actress Auli’i Cravalho, famed for her voice as Moana in the hit…

Back to the future

Sep 04, 2017 161
WHEN the traditional Polynesian voyaging canoe, Hokule’a, completed the first…

Carbon reduction in the sky…

Sep 04, 2017 168
CORSIA maps the future THE aviation sector has a strong track record for…

Samoa clips Virgin wings

Sep 04, 2017 159
Is Polynesian set for comeback? AN unhappy Samoa Government has signalled an…

Tonga eyes Apia route

Sep 04, 2017 157
Real Tonga hopes to strike a deal and with Samoa to attract visitors to the kingdom.
Talks start on flight options THE withdrawal of Samoa from a joint venture with…
June 07, 2017
Garbage patches are becoming a frequent sight in the Pacific Ocean.
2017 June Editor

The great plastic threat

THE region faces an enormous threat from plastic bags and other synthetic material initially designed to make life…
June 07, 2017
Pohiva ... obstacle to the Games
2017 June Joe Yaya

Tonga’s Game of thrones reaches epic…

BY month’s end, The fate the 2019 Pacific Games will be known. A journey that began five years ago when Tonga won the…
June 07, 2017
Kiribati President Taneti Maamau addresses the UNited Nationa Conference on diasaster risk management inMexico last month.
2017 June Samisoni Pareti

Kiribati leads the way

IN what could best labelled as an out -of-the-box idea, Kiribati says it won’t sit around waiting for global funds but…
June 07, 2017
Minister for Lands and Mineral Resources Hon. Faiyaz Koya officiating at the Amex Resources Limited site handing over ceremony to First Harbour Consultants of China.
2017 June Dennis Rounds

Amex Fiji ironsand project enters next…

PORT facilities at Fiji’s second largest city, Lautoka, will take on a new look in 12 months’ time with the expected…
June 07, 2017
Archbishop of Suva, Reverend Dr Peter Loy Chong
2017 June IB

Truth and justice

Bishop stands firm on environmental issues AS the Pacific and global focus turns towards COP 23 and the Oceans Summit,…
June 07, 2017
The SV Kwai in full sail across the Pacific. It saves up to 60 per cent on fuel costs.
2017 June Ilaitia Turagabeci

Search for the perfect ship

Low carbon, cost-effective This is Part 1 of a 3-part series on sustainable sea transportation for the Pacific. We talk…
June 07, 2017
Bishop Winston Halapua
2017 June Netani Rika

Tongan upgrade

FOR the first time in more than a century, the Anglican Church in Tonga will have its own bishop. Although men with…
June 07, 2017
New Zealanders drawn by the beauty of the islands make up Samoa’s biggest market.
2017 June Invictus News

Samoa targets arrivals

Tourism growth inspires island ambitions SAMOA will aim to continue improvements in its local tourism market after a…

Solomons stays unique

Jun 07, 2017 1351
Clean and relaxing ... the Solomons Islands has a unique appeal to tourists.
Islands Business talks to Freda Unusi, Solomons Islands Tourism Bureau’s…

2million and counting

Jun 07, 2017 1222
New horizon ... South Pacific tourism is geared for a new era as island nations address the needs of their different markets.
Relationships key to Pacific tourism WITH Pacific tourism arrivals hitting two…


Jun 07, 2017 1293
 Stakeholders sample a variety of chocolates.
How a 1-week contest inspired farmers and boosted Solomons cocoa exports TEN…

PNG agro products take…

Jun 07, 2017 1495
Susan Bakani from Artisan Culture, interests a visitor with a carved walking stick.
The 33rd Australia Papua New Guinea Business Forum and Trade Expo was a bonus…

Pods of gold

Jun 07, 2017 1323
Cocoa is proving to be a big earner for Vanuatu. Inset: Makai Daniel from the Metenesel Estate on Malekula Island inspects dried cocoa beans.
New flavour offer for choco industry as Vanuatu cashes in ON Malo Island in…

Business as usual?

Jun 07, 2017 1305
Mountain to climb ... Immanuel Macron after his election victory.
Pacific challenges for new French President FRANCE Has a new Presiden after…

Costly price of conflict

Jun 07, 2017 1390
A Tongan RAMSI Participating Police Force adviser with colleagues of the RSIPF on close personal protection duties
Solomons rises again from the ruins of the past THE United Nations’ Sustainable…

Spotlight on Honiara

Jun 07, 2017 1254
SIPF officers renew their oath at the rearmament of the force
Region watches as assistance mission comes to an end AT the end of June, the…
May 23, 2017
Solomons maritime police seize a Vietnamese blue boat.
2017 May IB

Code Blue for our reefs: Using the…

Reef pillaging by Vietnamese Blue Boats seeking lucrative returns from beche de mer harvesting is being picked up under…
May 23, 2017
2017 May SPREP


Surviving in a changing ocean THE humpback whale was hunted almost to the point of extinction last century, with around…
May 23, 2017
Coral reefs and islands, Vanua Levu, Fiji.
2017 May SPREP

What integration means for ocean…

Message from the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) OUR Ocean is an inherent part of who…
May 23, 2017
2017 May Samisoni Pareti

State of our ocean

Change the narrative, says Pacific expert JUST under a month from the first-ever United Nations conference on the…
May 23, 2017
If we are not careful and ignore our environment, we will pay dearly.
2017 May Editor

Protect the environment

PROTECTION of the environment must be foremost in our minds as we watch the gradual demise of smaller island states…
May 23, 2017
Journalists at work in Fiji.
2017 May Editor

Give us Media Freedom

JUST over eight years ago this month, as thousands of Christians marked the death of Jesus Christ, Fiji’s interim…
May 23, 2017
The new agreement will be good news for crew of foreign fishing boats who have had to wait long previously to get home.
2017 May Solomons Airlines/ Air Kiribati

Heavy lift

Regional airlines ink flight deal TWO of the region’s smaller airlines have signed a deal which will link three…
May 23, 2017
Tuvalu’s vulnerability to the ocean that surrounds it and the effects of climate change puts its citizens on full-time alert.
2017 May Larry Thomas

Installation of early warning system…

CLIMATE change has become a global phenomenon impacting the whole world. There are cynics who say that there is no such…

Big brothers get deal they…

May 23, 2017 1929
Skeptics say PACER-Plus will beneit Australia and NZ more than it will Pacific island nations.
THE regional free trade agreement, known as PACER-Plus was concluded last month…

Saving face

May 23, 2017 1983
Meg Taylor presides over a Leaders meeting.
Forum seeks regional support IN a face-saving gesture, regional private sector…


May 23, 2017 1633
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A wedgie in regional geopolitics from the recently concluded Pacific Agreement…

IGA the new shopping…

May 23, 2017 1971
New World’s partnership with IGA gives consumers access to quality goods
THE New World Group is changing the landscape of retail sales in Fiji having…

The man behind the Panama…

May 23, 2017 1744
Fredderick Obermaier.
GERMAN journalist Frederik Obermaier would never have foreseen how his life…

A shared vision for green…

May 23, 2017 1823
The Somosomo hydroelectric power plant located on the island of Taveuni
100pc renewable electricity and sustainable biofuels ARGUABLY one of the most…

40 years on, Forum challenges…

May 23, 2017 1938
FORUM Secretary General Meg Taylor presides over a Leaders’ meetinç.
WHEN Pacific Islands Forum Leaders gathered in Apia, Samoa, in 1978, the then…

Room at the Inn

May 23, 2017 1785
Water sports activies at the Radisson on Denarau. Suva will soon experience the Raddison’s services.
Church ventures into hotel business BIBLICAL accounts of the birth of Jesus…
April 12, 2017
2017 April Super User

A tale of two magazines

IN April 2015 the owners of Front Page Limited bought Islands Business magazine from the Godfrey Scoular and the Estate…
April 12, 2017
Teresia Teaiwa
2017 April Sian Rolls

Pacific loses gifted icon

“ACADEMIC space is so precious because it allows us to ask questions that sometimes we’re punished for asking off…
April 12, 2017
2017 April Editor


No bull here AT least one person has fallen foul of the PNG-Fiji impasse on the bully beef trade. Fiji’s Biosecurity…
April 12, 2017
The rise of new Christian denominations in Fiji has brought on new doctrines and mistrust.
2017 April Jone Luvenitoga

Rape in the name of religion

The vulnerable misled AFTER two convictions and with a third pastor still on trial for rape, social media discussions…
April 12, 2017
2017 April Jason Brown

Silence of the rams

A WHITE New Zealander sits on a couch and spreads his legs from the knees, feet close together. He forms his arms,…
April 12, 2017
Sir MIchael Somare and Lady Veronica leave Parliament for the last time.
2017 April Super User

End of the road for Somare

AN era came to an end on April 4 when Papua New Guinea’s ‘father of the nation’ and one of the longest serving…
April 12, 2017
2017 April Sam Vulum

PM O’Neill upbeat

PNG prepares to go to the polls RIDING on the perceived success of the government’s core policies, Prime Minister Peter…
April 12, 2017
President Hildsa Heine ...woman on the move.
2017 April Nic Maclellan

Hilda pushes her world agenda

AFTER 16 months in office, Marshall Islands President Hilda C. Heine has a busy schedule. On the international stage,…

Ending the journey of Girmit

Apr 12, 2017 2113
Indentured labourers at Rarawai, Ba.
THE last Indian immigrant ship, SS Sutlej, carrying 875 indentured men, women…

UNICEF pushes for proper data

Apr 12, 2017 1974
Child health care is among areas UNICEF wants PNG to address .
POOR data collection continues to be a resource challenge in Papua New Guinea…

Step up in women’s rights

Apr 12, 2017 2094
Shaista Shameem
IN recent years, there has been increased awareness on gender-based…

Chaotic Melanesia

Apr 12, 2017 2134
Peak hour traffic into Suva
Is Melanesia the new Asia with its chaotic traffic ills AS an office worker in…

Pacific exports increase

Apr 12, 2017 1876
Forum Secretary-General Dame Meg Taylor
Exports Survey has found that business confidence among Pacific Island…

Kava evolution

Apr 12, 2017 1830
Etuate Draunidalo on his farm on Ovalau.
HIGH along and beneath the ridges above Fiji’s Old Capital from where defiant…

Kava - is it the answer to…

Apr 12, 2017 1807
Ancient remedy ... traditionally-prepared kava.
NEW research that found traditionallyprepared kava could be the answer in the…

Fulfilling the prophetic role

Apr 12, 2017 1978
Pastors of the Gereja Kristen Injili di Tannah Papua at the opening of the Alpha Omega Church in Wai Sai, Raja Ampat, West Papa.
Time for the churches to speak THE church continues to play an integral part in…
March 15, 2017
Camerona helped investigators in the tuna price-fixing investigation in the United States in exchange for what he hopes will be a lighter sentence.
2017 March Invictus News

Tuna price-fixing probe

Veteran faces time behind bars BUMBLE Bee Foods veteran Walter Scott Cameron will likely see a prison term of at least…
March 14, 2017
2017 March Netani Rika

The journey of life

THOUSANDS of Catholics across the Pacific celebrated Ash Wednesday this month as they began preparations for Easter.…
March 14, 2017
2017 March Editor


Ego clash FOR how long will Fiji stay away from the region’s biggest tourism event in the manner of the school yard…
March 14, 2017
Top: A dredging machine at the Sigatoka river mouth.
2017 March Samisoni Pareti

River poisoning alert

Heavy metals concerns in proposed Sigatoka River mine MINING of the Sigatoka River on the southern coast of Fiji’s main…
March 14, 2017
Maramadina designs at a Sydney show.
2017 March Netani Rika

Koila’s House

Scion of chiefly family turns fashion heads KOILA Ganilau is descended from two of the most powerful households in Fiji…
March 14, 2017
Helen Whippy-Knight with her models.
2017 March Priya Chand

Out of the shadows

Fashion emerges as new business IN a span of 10 years, fashion has emerged as a growing new industry in Fiji. This is…
March 14, 2017
In the aftermath ... victims of Cyclone Winston pick up the pieces.
2017 March Invictus News

Out of the race

EXCLUSIVE Kepa wants support for Winston victims FIJI’S OPPOSITION Leader, Ro Teimumu Kepa, is out of the 2018 Election…
March 14, 2017
The damage left behind by Cyclone Winston in Rakiraki.
2017 March Anish Chand

At death’s door

How Winston killed a sugar mill IT’S been a year since Tropical Cyclone Winston roared through Rakiraki in…

How Cyclone Winston left us…

Mar 14, 2017 1425
A woman and her daughter in the remains of what was once their home in the aftermatch of Cyclone Winston.
THE successive natural disasters that impacted the Fiji Islands in the first…

TC Winston Recovery Action…

Mar 14, 2017 1565
Cocoa farmer Sailasa Saqanamulevu from Lutu Village, Naitasiri, standing in the Cocoa Dryer Unit provided by the IACT Project TC Winston Recovery Action. This is part of the assistance provided to the cocoa sector.
THE European Union (EU) has supported several disaster response and recovery…

Ode to a Queen

Mar 14, 2017 1604
Queen of hearts ... Halevalu Mata’aho ‘Ahome’e
Halaevalu Mata’aho Ahome’e May 1926 - February 2017 MUCH loved by her subjects,…

Red flag day

Mar 14, 2017 1786
Chinese fishing boats berthed in Suva.
China pledges to cut fleet sizes CHINA has pledged to reduce its fleet of…

Fiji chases tuna across the…

Mar 13, 2017 1807
... hopefully we can bring in investment - even from locals - to create a Fiji fleet ...- Commander Semi Koroilavesau
FIJIAN diplomats are making good progress on negotiations with Tuvalu and…

Fishing boom

Mar 13, 2017 1850
Busy season ... PNA members reported a big catch in our waters.
Industry sees huge last quarter DESPITE industry complaints that fishing has…

Survivor Tonga

Mar 13, 2017 1829
Staying power ... Akilisi Pohiva.
Pohiva defeats Nobles’ motion THREE years after winning an election,…

Mixing sports and politics

Mar 13, 2017 1424
The tattered track at Teufaiva Stadium reflects the troubles facing Tonga’s Pacific Games bid.
Tonga’s bid to host 2019 Pacific Games reaches political climax SPORT has an…



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Life in interesting times

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A warrior falls

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Friends no more

Tonga heads to the polls AS a student at the University of the South Pacific, Samuela ‘Akilisi...

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