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4:59 pm GMT+12, 28/06/2016
 
The United Kingdom will continue to support Fiji through the European Union but changes are expected soon.   This follows UK’s exit from the EU.   The British High Commissioner to Fiji Rodrick Drummond says the UK and Fiji have good relations which will not be affected.   The flags are still up following the UK’s vote to leave the European Union.   Despite BREXIT, its expected the status quo » read more
 
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New book improves knowledge of climate change impacts on Pacific crops, livestock and forests
5:20 pm GMT+12, 28/06/2016, New Caledonia
Climate change will have a negative impact on the overall productivity of agriculture and forestry across the Pacific Islands region in the coming decades, posing a critical load on food supply systems, economies and livelihoods.   That is a key message in a landmark book released Read more

Korea strengthens ocean science collaboration with Pacific region
Pacific Island countries and territories stand to benefit from the sharing of cutting edge mar
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COMMENTARY: Brexit, a move threatening an end to globalisation?
COMMENTARY: Brexit, a move threatening an end to globalisation? BEIJING, JUNE
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UN deputy chief highlights benefits from and challenges confronting oceans
Addressing a gathering on laws affecting the world’s oceans, the United Nations Deputy S
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Paris Agreement to Drive Development - Asia Pacific Carbon Forum, 5-7 September 2016
The Paris Climate Change Agreement has put fresh wind in the sails of climate policy, which go
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Business News
Cook Islands charter flights to Fiji under discussion
5:08 pm GMT+12, 28/06/2016, Cook Islands
Discussions are underway regarding the possibility of charter flights between Nadi, in Fiji, and Rarotonga.   Air Rarotonga managing director and chief executive Ewan Smith confirmed the airline was in discussions with Fiji Airways regarding the operation of several charter flights Read more

PNG Public servants salaries increase
Despite the negative impact of inflation Papua New Guinea has been experiencing, all public se
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Fighting cyber crime is a priority for Fiji, says AG
The Fijian Government is working to improve its processes and laws related to cybercrime preve
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PNG Cybercrime bill ready to be tabled
The National Cybercrime bill is ready to be tabled in the Papua New Guinea parliament.  
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PNG Government extends deadline on sale of 4.27 percent LNG shares
The Papua New Guinea Government has extended the deadline for the complex sale process of the
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Sports News
The riches on offer for Radradra
8:54 pm GMT+12, 27/06/2016, Fiji
Semi Radradra stands to collect $35,000 a week tax free if he switches to rugby union.   The Daily Telegraph can reveal that French club Bordeaux have tabled the Parramatta winger a huge deal which would dwarf his reported NRL salary of $375,000.   A major reason Radradra will Read more

Meeting held in attempt to end rift between PGC and Tongan Goverment ahead of 2019 Pacific Games
A 45-day performance review of the Tonga 2019 Organising Committee has been proposed by the To
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Full house for first ever Super Rugby clash in Fiji
The Chiefs and Crusaders will make history this week, with thousands of fans counting down to
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Rio incentive for Fijian athletes
The Fijian Government has allocated $0.5 million as an incentive for our athletes to win medal
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Jones upsets top Pacific swimmer
Australian swimmer Cameron Jones defeated favourite Ryan Pini of Papua New Guinea in the men&#
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