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9:58 pm GMT+12, 25/09/2017
 
North Korea’s foreign minister said on Monday President Donald Trump had declared war on North Korea and that Pyongyang reserved the right to take countermeasures, including shooting down U.S. bombers even if they are not in its air space.   Ri Yong Ho said a Twitter message by Trump on Saturday, in which the president warned that the minister and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un “won’t be around much longer” » read more
 
Helen Clark says the democratic process has worked, it's time to respect the result Vanuatu Government endorsed Vt200 million emergency fund for Ambae
Vanuatu Prime Minister calls for total ban on missile launches at the UN North Korean nuclear bomb test threat over Pacific 'shocking': Mattis
 
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Foreign affairs ministers praise Commonwealth reforms
10:04 pm GMT+12, 25/09/2017, United States
Commonwealth foreign ministers have commended Secretary-General Patricia Scotland and her team for reforms to the Secretariat.   They met for the 17th Commonwealth Foreign Affairs Ministers Meeting (CFAMM) on the margins of the United Nations in New York.   The Read more

ACP-OECD seek joint solutions to finance SDGs in African, Caribbean and Pacific countries
The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development requires formidable financial means to win the fig
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New regional node for marine litter prevention
The Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) has been recognised as t
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The Pacific stands in solidarity with the people of the Caribbean islands
The Pacific Islands Development Forum (PIDF) stands in solidarity with the people of the Carib
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Pacificís largest womenís conference to take place in Suva, Fiji
The 13th Triennial Conference of Pacific Women and 6th Meeting of the Pacific Ministers for Wo
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Business News
$3M to fight Rhinoceros beetle in Solomon Islands
10:00 pm GMT+12, 25/09/2017, Solomon Islands
A total of  SBD $3 million has been allocated by the Solomon Islands government to fight against the deadly Rhinoceros Beetle which continues to destroy the coconut and oil palm plantations in the country.   Permanent Secretary  of the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock, Read more

Strike continues to disrupt New Caledonia flights
Flight schedules of New Caledonia's international airline continue to be disrupted by an i
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K3 billion UBS loan affects PNG economy: Pruaitch
 Opposition Leader Patrick Pruaitch says the decision by Kumul Petroleum Holdings Limited
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AG says unions disregard best interests of Fijians
Fiji Attorney General Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum says recent comments made by union leadership regard
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Digicel Samoa $40m hotel development at Sogi
 A new hotel will soon take shape in Sogi in Samoa.   Next month, Di
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Sports News
SP Hunters given a heroís welcome
10:15 pm GMT+12, 25/09/2017, Papua New Guinea
Leaders in PNG joined hands with the 8 million people of PNG in congratulating the winning SP Hunters on arrival with the Intrust Super Cup in Port Moresby Monday.   Prime Minister Peter O’Neill had arrived from the United States in the morning, in time to welcome home the winning Read more

Government commits K5 million to hosting PNGís RLWC pool matches
The Papua New Guinea Government is committed towards supporting the Rugby League World Cup 201
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Golden lift for Cikamatana
Team Fiji Weightlifter Eileen Cikamatana won gold in the Women's 90kg Group A competition
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Fijian Drua hopes to maintain its unbeaten run
The Fiji Airways Drua side hopes to maintain its winning run when they take on Canberra Viking
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Saiasi Fuli gets assistant Fiji 7s coaching job
Former Fiji 7s player Saiasi Fuli is the new Vodafone Fiji 7s team assistant coach. &n
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