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Governor of the Central Bank of Samoa warns against scams and con artists
By Online Editor
02:01 am GMT+12, 16/08/2017, Samoa
“Please, if you are unsure, come into our office we are more than happy to look into the matter for you to make sure this is not a scam,” she said. “This is one task that our office is keen on, to reduce the amount of people falling into scams especially from online and overseas,… Read more

Ten people die in Papua during mine labour dispute
An Australian miners' union says 10 people have died in Indonesia's Papua province due
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ANZ delivers MoneyMinded to 33 staff from Kookai
ANZ today welcomed the opportunity to deliver its flagship financial literacy programme, Money
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Plans for $350m cable project in motion following successful seabed survey
Southern Cross Cables and EGS have successfully completed a seafloor survey to find the safest
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American Samoa GDP turns down in 2016
The U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis is releasing estimates of gross domestic product or GDP f
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Niue Premier says Budget criticism wrong
The premier of Niue, Sir Toke Talagi has dismissed a claim from MP Terry Coe that donor funds
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Electronic fraud on the rise in PNG
PORT MORESBY, 16 AUGUST 2017 (POST COURIER) --- While cheque fraud remains the domina
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IUU cases open up in wake of regional Island Chief Fisheries Operation
Investigations into four serious breaches of vessel fishing licenses have opened up after anot
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Solomons pushes ahead with internet cable despite Australian concerns
Solomon Islands is pushing ahead with plans for a new internet cable despite reports the link
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Endangered species petition for bluefin tuna rejected
 U.S Federal fisheries managers rejected a petition to list Pacific bluefin tuna as endan
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ANZ unveils first Samoan Fashion ATMs downtown Apia, featuring MENA
 ANZ has unveiled its very first Samoan Fashion ATMs in Apia featuring the signature prin
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Guam's tourism popularity unhurt by North Korea threats
Tourists haven't been deterred from visiting the tropical island of Guam even though the U
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Niue economy under strain
There are signs of strain in the Niue economy with plans for an increase in pensions put on ho
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Our Telekom is 100% locally owned
Solomon Islands Telekom is a 100 percent locally owned company.   The com
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Watchdog endorses Telikom PNG Limited and Bmobile merger
 The proposed merger between Telikom PNG Limited and Bmobile Limited has been approved by
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Sumitomo withdrawal a setback to the industry: SICCI
The Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce & Industry (SICCI) has expressed regret over the w
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Moata’a Village in Samoa stands by decision to ban Asian store
Foreigners – Asians included - are not allowed to operate stores in Moata’a in Sam
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IFC and GAFSP invest $10millionn for sustainable fishing, new jobs in Solomon Islands
 IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, and the Global Agriculture and Food Security Prog
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PNG exports to Europe on the rise
Papua New Guinea’s exports into the European market has increased from K1.7 billion) to
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APEC ideal platform for PNG products
Fair trade products need to be showcased during the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Leaders
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New visa application for SMEs put on hold in PNG
Papua New Guinea Immigration and Citizenship Authority has imposed a moratorium on all new vis
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