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10:06 pm GMT+12, 16/08/2018
 
The Lautoka High Court in Fiji's Western division has today granted the discontinuance in the matter involving six senior members of Grace Road who were earlier detained.   The six include Jung Yong Kim, Beomseop Shin, Sung Jin Lee, Byeongjoong Lee, Chul Na and Jinsook Yoon.   This after the lawyer of the six, Ronald Gordon stated before High Court that it became redundant to produce them in court as they have already » read more
 
Malietoa paramount title bestowed in Samoa ‘We have nothing to hide’: Fiji Supervisor of Election
Fiji Political parties reach consesus MP Nicholas, Tuavera in the clear
 
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Tonga launches new 10-year Joint National Action Plan on Climate Change and Disaster Risk Management
10:08 pm GMT+12, 16/08/2018, Tonga
 Today, Tonga launches its revised Joint National Action Plan on Climate Change and Disaster Risk Management. Also referred to as ‘JNAP2’, the plan plays a central role in guiding the government’s continuous efforts to build resilience to climate change and minimise Read more

Working with China on Pacific climate change
By Lucie Greenwood   The recent release of the
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Nominations open for 2019 Commonwealth Young Person of the Year
The Commonwealth is offering exceptional young people who are making a difference in their com
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Counting down to the second Clean Pacific Roundtable
The second Clean Pacific Roundtable will be held this month (20-22) in Suva, Fiji. &nb
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Training workshop aims to strengthen influenza surveillance in the Pacific
A sub-regional training workshop for health surveillance and laboratory professionals aiming a
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Business News
Samoa’s unemployment stands at 4 percent
7:50 pm GMT+12, 16/08/2018, Samoa
Only 4 percent of Samoa’s population is unemployed.   This is according to the Chief Executive Officer of the Bureau of Statistics, Ali’imuamua Malaefono Ta’aloga Fa’asalaina who explained that no one is considered unemployed unless that person is looking for a Read more

Jackson Airport can cater for additional passenger demands during APEC: Hawkins
 Jackson International Airport has the capacity to handle additional passenger demands du
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A village roadshow to promote quality verified off-grid solar products
IFC, a member of World Bank Group, is launching a village roadshow to encourage Papua New Guin
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Free trade to boost Pacific islands
A free trade agreement between Australia and Pacific Island countries would enhance economic p
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PNG Foreign currency shortage still persists despite interventions to date
Despite various interventions by Papua New Guinea government in the foreign exchange market th
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Sports News
NZ and Tahiti book World Cup berths, OFC President congratulates teams on qualifying for the FIFA U-20 World Cup
10:17 pm GMT+12, 16/08/2018, French Polynesia
Tahiti will get their long awaited return to the FIFA U-20 World Cup after beating Solomon Islands 3-1 at Stade Pater Thursday to claim one of two berths for Poland 2019.   Joining them will be New Zealand whose 2-1 victory over New Caledonia secured their berth in Read more

FASANOC and Team Fiji announces Team to Youth Olympic Games
FASANOC and Team Fiji is pleased to announce the team that will represent Fiji at the 2018 You
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Social media campaign worries Samoa rugby Union
Samoa Rugby Union (SRU) are concerned that a recent social media campaign by former Manu Samoa
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Vanuatu's women win twice on home soil as Hockey Series begins in Port Vila
Hosts Vanuatu won twice in the women's tournament as the Hockey Series event in Port Vila
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Mal Meninga: Australia hopeful of playing Tonga this year
Mal Meninga has confirmed that the proposed Test match between Australia and Tonga will not be
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