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  • 17
  • Jan

AMERICAN boats are set to be locked out of the world’s best tuna-fishing waters after ­reneging on a deal with 17 Pacific states, amid a slump in prices for the fish sold in cans in supermarkets all over the US.

  • 17
  • Jan

AS Pacific countries and top fishing authorities race against time to try to resolve an impasse with the US tuna fleet, there are growing calls for a more flexible and permanent solution.

  • 17
  • Jan

MELANESIAN communities around Fiji were reassured of their identity as Fijians and their entitlement to enjoy every right any Fijian must have.

  • 17
  • Jan

THE FBI is investigating a Tongan company in Sacramento in the United States for allegedly offering immigrants a quick pathway to being a citizen of the United States.

  • 14
  • Jan

A QUEENSLAND labour-hire operator is facing court over allegations it paid workers from Vanuatu nothing to pick fruit and vegetables.

  • 13
  • Jan

GOVERNOR of Northern Province in Papua New Guinea, Gary Juffa has insisted that the actions of his government against certain foreign run businesses do not target a specific ethnic group but all foreign run illegal businesses.

  • 12
  • Jan

A former Prime Minister of The Bahamas, Hubert Ingraham, will lead a Commonwealth Observer Group to Vanuatu for its General Election on 22 January.

  • 11
  • Jan

PACNEWS: Papua New Guinea's Northern Governor Gary Juffa has begun a cleanup of Popondetta Town by closing down all Asian trade stores and fast food outlets.

  • 11
  • Jan

PACIFIC Island Parties (PIPs) to the U.S Tuna Treaty have stood their ground and refused a proposed revision by the United States to the Statement of Intent (SOI) agreed to by all Parties in August last year.

  • 06
  • Jan

SOLOMON Islands, Papua New Guinea, Vanuatu, and Samoa top global trade estimates for illicit financial flows

  • 05
  • Jan

PORT VILA, (VANUATU POST) - Airline regulator of Vanuatu, the Civil Aviation Authority of Vanuatu (CAAV) says the national carrier, Air Vanuatu planes are safe to operate because the airline has complied with requirements of the civil aviation authority.

  • 27
  • Dec

RNZI: Vanuatu's finance department has confirmed that 14 former government MPs who are serving jail terms have applied to stand as candidates in January's snap election.

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