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00:55 am GMT+12, 25/07/2017
 
By Pita Ligaiula in Noumea, New Caledonia   The Pacific Community (SPC) will review its participation at all climate change meetings at the regional and global level due to financial constraints facing the organisation.   Speaking at the 47th CRGA (Committee of Representatives of Governments and Associations) in Noumea, SPC Director General Dr Colin Tukuitonga said climate change meeting is draining a lot of money from its » read more
 
Fiji census in September will be paperless PNG Highlands dominates seats yet to be declared
Countries agree to new treaty on marine biodiversity of areas beyond national jurisdiction Indonesia arrests four foreign fishing vessels
 
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PFIP co-convener of regional Financial Inclusion Innovation Summit
11:30 pm GMT+12, 24/07/2017, Fiji
 The Pacific Financial Inclusion Programme (PFIP) is partnering with the Foundation for the Development Cooperation (FDC) to co-convene the regional Financial Inclusion Innovation Summit which will be held from 29-31 August 2017 in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.     This Read more

Australia's offshore refugee processing causes 'extensive suffering' and must end, says UN agency chief
 Four years on, Australia's offshore processing has left some 2,000 people languishin
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Commonwealth Secretary-General highlights challenges posed by trade fragmentation
Trade governance structures must be “fit for purpose” to address the changing glob
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Inspiring Pacific women campaign launched at Pacific Community governing meeting
Representatives of the 26 countries and territories that govern the Pacific Community (SPC) wh
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Who will be Papua New Guinea's Prime Minister?
By Johny Blades, Radio New Zealand International As Papua New Guinea's le
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Business News
NZ 'front of queue' for UK trade deal
11:35 pm GMT+12, 24/07/2017, New Zealand
 New Zealand is "at or near the very front of the queue" for a free trade deal with the United Kingdom once Brexit is complete.   UK foreign secretary Boris Johnson made the comments in Wellington at the end of his first day of an official two-day visit to the Read more

Samoa Airways and Fiji Airways sign MOU
 Samoa’s new international airline, Samoa Airways and Fiji Airways Monday signed a
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New app gives near real-time access to fish stocks data
 With the launch of mobile fisheries application Tails in Cook Islands this month, the se
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Across the Pacific Islands, the price of kava is surging
 While farmers and merchants are reaping the benefits of surging kava prices, those livin
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Pacific sakau compared to Western coffee
'Sakau'- also known as kava, ava or ‘awa — is considered a sacred drink in
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Sports News
Jarryd Hayne looks ahead to pulling on the Fijian jersey again
01:24 am GMT+12, 25/07/2017, Australia
Jarryd Hayne is refusing to speculate on his State of Origin future as the fallout from NSW’s series loss continues, but has conceded he’s more likely to wear the Fijian jersey this year than the Australian one.   The World Cup at the end of the year is on Hayne’s Read more

New Zealand make it a clean sweep
Tonga couldn’t prevent New Zealand from making it a clean sweep of the OFC U-19 Women&rs
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Afeaki appointed director of operations for Team Tonga
Former professional rugby player ‘Inoke Una’anga Afeaki has been announced as the
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Woman blasts PM Tuilaepa over South Pacific Games bid
Outspoken Samoan businesswoman, Moe Lei Sam, has criticised the government’s decision to
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Samoa Rugby Union opts to review coach’s performance
 The future of Manu Samoa Coach, Namulauulu Alama Ieremia, is to be determined by the out
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