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Hopes for a Pacific travel bubble fading
By Online Editor
05:27 am GMT+12, 10/07/2020, Fiji
“We've reached a crossroad where the economic impact far outweighs the risk of spreading the virus here, and part of that has got to do with how New Zealand has successfully managed Covid-19 in New Zealand and so the need to start expediting some sort of economic relief for the country is… Read more

From relief to Recovery: PNG's economy in the time of COVID-19
Papua New Guinea’s economy has been hit hard by the COVID-19 crisis due to weaker demand
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COVID-19 hits hard on tour operator in Solomon Islands
Solomon Islands tourism industry is one of the main sectors globally affected as a result of t
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PNG border trade falls by 85 per cent
The trading hotspot for Indonesia and Papua New Guinea in Wutung-Skouw (Batas) has seen a decl
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HMNZS Otago is on fisheries patrols in the Pacific
The New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) is on maritime operations in the Pacific, monitoring high
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Polye: K3billion loan illegal
Former Papua New Guinea Treasurer Don Polye told the Royal Commission of Inquiry into the Unio
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PNG Government owes businesses K1 billion
Papua New Guinea Government owes businesses more than K1 billion (US$287 million), according t
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Optimism on growth of Tonga’s horticultural exports
Tonga’s horticultural exports are set for growth thanks to a new partnership aimed at im
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$32.5 million National Budget announced by Niue Minister for Finance
Niue’s Minister for Finance Crossley Tatui announced the budget address in the third sit
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Vanuatu kava exporter 'disappointed' by likely delay to Australian commercial import trial
The head of Vanuatu's Kava Industry Association says Pacific island countries are being &q
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Malaita could earn $1billion as up to 800,000 kava bottoms now planted across island
Malaita Province is poised to become the biggest kava producer in Solomon Islands in the next
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PASO AGM recognises retiring chairperson’s outstanding contribution to Pacific aviation safety
The Pacific Aviation Safety Office (PASO) Council of Directors recognised the outstanding cont
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Pacific: Tuna countries accuse UK company of profiting from observer death
 A regional fishing body representing eight Pacific tuna nations has questioned the spons
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Samoa reaches out to ILO global leaders
Samoan Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi has addressed the International Labour Orga
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Faster, stronger, NOT cheaper internet in Cook Islands
High-speed internet is just around the corner – but low-cost internet is still a distant
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Fiji tourism workers set to benefit from launch of online course
About 1,500 Fijians who have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in the tourism industry wi
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ADB President, Niue Premier discuss COVID-19 response
Asian Development Bank (ADB) President Masatsugu Asakawa and the Premier of Niue Dalton Tagela
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Solomon Airlines operates third repatriation flight from Australia
Solomon Airlines is operating a further repatriation flight today Wednesday 8 July bringing So
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COVID-19: Private sector sees a way forward on trade and tourism while others cautious
By Ben Bilua   The value of immediate implemen
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