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MSG sets on direct Shipping route
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9:22 pm GMT+12, 27/11/2014, Papua New Guinea
The declaration was signed by Chairman of the Trade Ministers Meeting (TMM) and Papua New Guinea’s Minister for Trade Commerce and Industry Richard Maru, Fiji’s Minister for Industry, Trade and Tourism-Fiyaz Siddiq, New Caledonia’s Representative to the TMM-Yvon Faua, Solomon Islands…
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25/11/2014 - PSIDS need genuine friends: Fiji's foreign minister
25/11/2014 - Lobbying underway in Solomon Islands, camps claiming numbers
25/11/2014 - Marshall Islands President heads to Taiwan
25/11/2014 - Vanuatu parliament suspends 16 MPs
25/11/2014 - Fiji’s global standing gains momentum
25/11/2014 - Free market for independent MPs in Solomon Islands
25/11/2014 - Fijian PM thanks Indian PM Modi for recent visit
25/11/2014 - Facility to house illegal migrants in PNG
25/11/2014 - Babies one step closer to Nauru: lawyer
24/11/2014 - PNG backs NZ and Australia role in Forum
24/11/2014 - Tonga candidate disqualified
24/11/2014 - The race is on...Moves to form coalition now underway in Solomon Islands
24/11/2014 - Chickungunya rapidly spreading across Samoa
24/11/2014 - Eight contestants confirmed for the 2014 Miss South Pacific
24/11/2014 - Lack of data restricts efforts against gender violence in PNG
24/11/2014 - Chuck Hagel resigns as US defence secretary
24/11/2014 - Independents win two-thirds of Solomon Islands parliamentary seats
24/11/2014 - Seoul to double contribution to cooperative fund with Pacific Islands
24/11/2014 - South Pacific islands prepare to sue French government for $1billion over nuclear tests
24/11/2014 - Tonga will not renew Police Commissioner O’Fee’s contract
24/11/2014 - Observers hail new voter registration system in Solomon Islands
24/11/2014 - After 30 years, voters showed veteran politician Tausinga the exit door
24/11/2014 - PNG launches campaign to fight gender violence
23/11/2014 - Lilo accepts defeat
23/11/2014 - Vanuatu opposition lodges counter-motion against government
23/11/2014 - PNG thanks Fiji support for Dame Taylor
23/11/2014 - Freda Soriacomua only female MP in Solomon Islands, foreign minister ousted
23/11/2014 - Watchdog refers PNG Works Minister
23/11/2014 - Solomons voters shun political parties, caretaker PM Gordon Darcy Lilo concedes he has lost seat
23/11/2014 - Chinese President’s visit is “unprecedented” says an academic
22/11/2014 - China keen to assist infrastructure development and climate change in the Pacific
22/11/2014 - Fiji’s 39 years of deepened relations with China bears fruit
20/11/2014 - Fiji Parliament passes first reading of Budget
20/11/2014 - President Obama announces action on sweeping U.S. immigration reform
20/11/2014 - Fijis Finance Minister delivers 2015 budget, foreign reserves stand at $1.8 billion
20/11/2014 - Solomon Islands caretaker PM Gordon Darcy Lilo unseated in major election upset
20/11/2014 - Friend of the Pacific: President Xi Jinping
20/11/2014 - Nadi town gears to host Chinese President Xi Jin Ping
20/11/2014 - Seoul FM to meet with counterparts from Pacific islands next week
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