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Cook Islands eases off diesel energy thanks to South Canterbury company
By Online Editor
11:30 pm GMT+12, 28/03/2017, Cook Islands
“The Government is extremely pleased to partner with NETcon to progress on its policy objective of transforming the electricity needs of the country towards 100 per cent renewable energy by 2020 and the signing of this contract is a significant milestone in this journey,” Office of the… Read more

Cook Islands Tourism off to ‘perfect’ start
Cook Islands tourism is enjoying a perfect start to the 2017 season, with visitor arrival figu
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PNG Tuna markets explored beyond EU
The National Fisheries Authority (NFA) in Papua New Guinea will look for alternative markets f
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Amalgamated Telecom Holdings buys Telecom Vanuatu
Signed and sealed for $US28million ($F58m) Tuesday, Telecom Vanuatu Ltd (TVL is now owned by A
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Privatisation one way forward for Air Vanuatu: CEO
The acting chief executive officer of Air Vanuatu, Joseph Laloyer, has suggested that one way
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Fiji kava exporter calls for price regulation
A Fiji kava exporter is calling on government to regulate skyrocketing kava prices. &n
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Tonga urged to appoint trade commissioner to NZ
A community leader in Auckland is urging Tonga's government to appoint a trade commissione
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PNG Business Council supports PACER Plus Agreement
The Business Council of Papua New Guinea (BCPNG) is supportive of calls by government on a com
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Pacific Financial Inclusion Programme's journey to reach 1.5 million Pacific islanders
The Pacific Financial Inclusion Programme (PFIP) has helped 1.5 million Pacific Islanders 
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ANZ committed to driving community agenda
ANZ has announced renewed commitment to driving its community agenda through staff volunteerin
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Solomon Islands companies participate in ‘Pacific Path to market trade Mission’ in NZ
Three Solomon Islands companies are currently participating in the “Pacific Path to Mark
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Be responsible for your businesses: BSP boss Fleming
Planning and focus from both private and public sectors is needed in these tough economic time
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Vele: PNG Government has achieved positive economic growth
The Government should be congratulated for managing the economy through some of the most diffi
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Air Vanuatu returns to IOSA
Air Vanuatu has returned to membership of IOSA, the IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) progr
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K725m offer to buy shares in PNG LNG Project
Locals from Hides in Hela are offering the Papua New Guinea Government K725 million (US$228 mi
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Genband, Vodafone Fiji deliver satellite services to Pacific nations
Genband announced that it has partnered with Vodafone Fiji to deploy a hosted solution that de
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PNG Business Council supports Trade Minister Maru’s stand on PACER Plus
The Business Council of Papua New Guinea (BCPNG) is supportive of calls by the Minister for Tr
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Pacific Island businesses hope to sell handmade products in NZ
Businesses from across Polynesia and Melanesia will speed-date with New Zealand suppliers hopi
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Australia confident in PNG economy
Australia maintains its confidence in the Papua New Guinea economy with renewed investment to
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World's first Deep-Sea mining venture set to launch in 2019
 The world's first deep-sea mining operation will kick off in early 2019 when a Canad
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Fiji's Penang sugar mill to close permanently
The Fiji Sugar Corporation (FSC) has announced the permanent closure of the Penang sugar mill
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26/03/2017 - Pacific companies here to test NZ Market
26/03/2017 - Export dynamics in the Pacific Islands – findings released
26/03/2017 - PNG Trade Minister says PNG wasted enough time talking to Fiji
26/03/2017 - SPTO gears up for regional tourism exchange
26/03/2017 - StarKist supports local longliners by paying for MSC certification
26/03/2017 - PNG Australia trade not affected by PACER
26/03/2017 - Britain prepares to launch Brexit
23/03/2017 - Tongan Government needs to find real solutions to the country's economic problems
23/03/2017 - Fiji Airways, Tourism Fiji Enhance Partnership
23/03/2017 - Tax change for foreign firms in Fiji
23/03/2017 - Sugarcane farmers' petition in Fiji disallowed
23/03/2017 - US$100k confiscated from Taiwanese fishing vessel in Fiji
23/03/2017 - Sacked Air Niugini pilots reinstated
23/03/2017 - Niue hopeful of China's help to fix roads
23/03/2017 - Fiji Employment Relations Bill amended
23/03/2017 - South Pacific Tourism Organisation receives $60k from BSP
23/03/2017 - Papua asks for 10 percent in Freeport divestment
23/03/2017 - ANZ shares insights with Samoan journalists
22/03/2017 - Senate repeals and replaces EIF with Palau visitor's fee
22/03/2017 - UNWTO says PNG’s tourism will expand
22/03/2017 - Niue gains extra flight throughout year
22/03/2017 - Fiji Airways chases flights to Beijing
22/03/2017 - Fijian Parliament passes Electricity Bill
22/03/2017 - Fiji's Fisheries ministry will no longer send fisheries officials overseas
22/03/2017 - Air Vanuatu lost about Vt900m income in 2015
22/03/2017 - WPRFM will discuss displaced Tuna Processing workers concerns in American Samoa
22/03/2017 - U.S Federal Court ruling defends local fishing rights
21/03/2017 - Trade talks soon: Fiji Trade Minister
21/03/2017 - Palau senate panel throws support behind tourists fee repeal
21/03/2017 - Hou: Cash flow crisis in Solomon Islands , a bad situation
21/03/2017 - PNG Manufacturers Council backs Maru's call on Fiji trade ban
21/03/2017 - Ni-Vanuatu workers say Marlborough vineyard contractor underpaid them
21/03/2017 - Call to do more to promote tourism in PNG
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