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00:02 am GMT+12, 30/07/2015
 
The Secretary General of the Pacific Islands Forum Dame Meg Taylor says issues in Nauru are for the country to work out and she has dismissed immediate intervention by the regional grouping.   Dame Meg has been in Nauru for three days as part of a tour of all Forum countries before the Forum leaders meet in September.   Her visit comes amid concerns about a breakdown in democracy and the rule of law on Nauru, and the ongoing » read more
 
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SPC launches latest collection of human rights case law from the Pacific
00:35 am GMT+12, 30/07/2015, New Zealand
A  latest collection of human rights case law from the Pacific Island region was launched last night at the Pacific Regional Consultation on ‘Human Rights and the Law’ for Magistrates and Judges in Auckland, New Zealand.   Titled the Pacific Human Rights Law Digest Read more

Quality management training to boost shipping in the Pacific
Shipping remains the main, and sometimes only, mode of transport for much of the Pacific Islan
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UN Attends Tuvalu High Level Dialogue on TC Pam Recovery: Vulnerability Reduction Plan
The Acting UN Resident Coordinator Karen Allen congratulated the Government of Tuvalu for its
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Vanuatu leads Knowledge Hub exchange between Pacific countries
Tanoliu community in the North West Area Council of Shefa Province is attracting Pacific-wide
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The Nation Mourns
By Godwin Ligo and Jonas Cullwick   The nationa
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Business News
American Samoa Chamber of Commerce the New Member of PIPSO
00:12 am GMT+12, 30/07/2015, Fiji
The Pacific Islands Private Sector Organization is pleased to announce the inclusion of the American Samoa Chamber of Commerce as its newest member.   The Chamber’s membership was endorsed by the PIPSO’s Board and the PIPSO Council Members were informed of the new member at Read more

Farmers trained on chocolate production
A historic training on how to produce chocolate from locally grown cocoa beans is currently un
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Samoan Minister confirms new telcom competitor
Samoan Minister of Communications and Information Technology, Tuisugaletaua Aveau Sofara, has
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Hawaii’s longline fishermen on course to hit bigeye limit
Hawaii’s longline fishermen on course to hit bigeye limit HONOLULU, 29
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Fiji backs MRDC hotel project
Papua New Guinea Mineral Resources Development Company’s investment in Fiji’s prop
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Sports News
Fiji hangs on to edge Japan in rugby thriller at Pacific Nations Cup tournament
00:26 am GMT+12, 30/07/2015, Canada
Fiji used its trademark running flair and some bone-jarring defence to defeat Japan 27-22 Wednesday and move into the final of the Pacific Nations Cup rugby tournament.   Down two men, Fiji had to fight off a prolonged Japanese assault on its goalline in a tense final Read more

Oceania represented at 128th IOC Session
Seven top officials from Oceania are in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia for the 128th International Oly
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ONOC President believes Agenda 2020 will help future Games organisers
Oceania National Olympic Committee (ONOC) President Dr Robin Mitchell believes the Internation
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NZF targetted in new ineligibility protest: OFC
The Oceania Football Confederation are investigating a new ineligibility protest against New Z
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Fiji Judoka Moves Closer To Olympic Qualification
Fiji's Judoka Josateki Naulu has gained valuable ranking points as he chases a spot toward
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