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Thursday 17 June 2021 PACNEWS Second Edition

- VAN: Amid dispute with government, Vanuatu speaker resigns
- SAMOA: Samoa's FAST wins first disputed seat of April election
- PNG: PNG records 63 new COVID-19 cases – total at 16,791
- FIJI: Fiji records 116 new COVID-19 cases, one death confirmed
- PNG: PNG National Fisheries Authority ready to implement Pacific Marine Industrial Zone
- NZ: A New Zealand chapter of Greta Thunberg-linked climate movement disbands itself for being ‘racist’
- B/VILLE: Bougainville independence date set

Thursday 17 June 2021 PACNEWS First Edition

- FIJI: Investment act 2020 to help Fiji’s economic recovery post-pandemic
- FIJI: ‘Don’t not let the number surpass capacity’, Fiji follows WHO criteria in determining COVID-19 deaths
- VAN: Vanuatu keeps up with the World of E-Commerce and Digital Trade
- PAC: Violence against women in Pacific politics
- PAC: The mice that roared: how eight tiny countries took on foreign fishing fleets
- NZ: Māori All Blacks squad for series against Manu Samoa named
- SAMOA: Samoan weightlifter Iuniarra Sipaia through to Olympics

Samoan weightlifter Iuniarra Sipaia through to Olympics

Samoan weightlifter Iuniarra Sipaia has confirmed her spot in the Tokyo Olympics next month and says she is honored to be representing the country. Sipaia...

PNG records 63 new COVID-19 cases – total at 16,791

Papua New Guinea recorded 63 new COVID-19 cases on Monday further increasing PNG’s total to 16,791 cases including 165 known deaths. The new cases were...

Covid-19 deaths concern Fijians

Ten people have died in Fiji after testing positive for Covid-19 but only four had their deaths attributed to the coronavirus. The Health Ministry said...

USP ranked 11th in Crisis Management amongst the top 100 Universities in the World...

The University of the South Pacific (USP) has been ranked 11th against some of the top Universities of the world in the area of...

Fiji Parliament passes laws against COVID-19 breaches, 28 new cases reported

Fijians who continue to flout certain advisories and are not adhering to the COVID-19 measures will now be issued on the spot fines. The Public...

Uncertain times for Fiji-listed companies

Fiji’s second COVID-19 wave continues to batter the economy, and a series of market updates released by companies listed on the South Pacific Stock...

242 new COVID-19 cases reported– PNG total up to 3,359

A total of 242 new cases of COVID-19 were reported on Saturday bringing the Papua New Guinea total confirmed cases to 3,359. The death toll...

Fiji affirms commitment to building resilient infrastructure

Fiji is at the forefront of global efforts to strengthen disaster and climate resilience by pursuing resilient infrastructure development. This message was conveyed at the...

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