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News (10671)

  • 28
  • Oct

SPC: 'Freight rates are lower, the frequency of services to our countries is increasing and there is evidence that our people are happier with shipping services,’ says the Chair of the Central Pacific Shipping Commission, Thomas Heine, Marshall Islands Minister for Transportation and Communication, at the opening of the CPSC annual meeting held in the Suva office of the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) last week (21–23 October).

  • 28
  • Oct

A Four days tourism training funded by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism was held in Marau, East Guadalcanal over the weekend.

  • 28
  • Oct

St Barbara has warned that the tailings dam at its largely abandoned Gold Ridge mine in central Guadalcanal is at risk of being breached in the approaching wet season.

  • 28
  • Oct

Band South Pacific (BSP) has opened its 19th ATM in the country at the Family Market Pharmacy at Central Market, the country busiest and biggest market, Friday.

  • 28
  • Oct

The Australia West Papua Association thanks the Australian government for endorsing a petition for greater journalistic access to the Papuan territory under Indonesian administration.

  • 27
  • Oct

JAPANESE mining giant Sumitomo Ltd last Friday lodged a notice with the Court of Appeal to challenge the recent High Court ruling of its case against Axiom Mining Ltd.

  • 23
  • Oct

Guadalcanal Provincial tourism office is calling on the soon to be elected eight Members of Parliament (MP) in Guadalcanal to support tourism industry in the province since tourism is the next alternative development for the province.

  • 23
  • Oct

Forty six (46) tourism operators and landowners in Marau, East Gaudalcanala re currently undergoing a three days tourism training which kicked off yesterday.

  • 23
  • Oct

Central Island Provincial government is currently working closely with three investors to invest in tourism in the province.

  • 23
  • Oct

FIJI TIMES - Suva City has been experiencing hype activity of tourists every week.

  • 23
  • Oct

UNDERCURRENT NEWS: Tri Marine International subsidiary Samoa Tuna Processors is in the process of hiring its for the new cannery, with an eventual 1,500 jobs expected as production ramps up, reports Talanei.