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FILIPE NAIGULEVU, Fiti Times FIJI is looking to propose a new agreement between African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP Group) that will focus on sustainable and resilient development. While opening the third Fiji-EU Enhanced Political Dialogue in Suva yesterday, Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama said this new agreement will likely be proposed at the […]
By Independent Staff – May 14, 201 THE Vanuatu Government is moving positively to reduce the impact of single use plastics through a ban on single use plastic bags, drinking straws and polystyrene food containers. This ban will begin on July 1. The government will be holding a workshop to give details of the plastics ban and increase […]
By Mackenzie Smith in Auckland, https://asiapacificreport.nz/2017/06/02/samoan-airline-deals-at-centre-of-tokelau-chopper-purchase/Tokelau’s controversial helicopter buy was part of at least one major Samoan airline deal, along with plans for the …
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By SBS – May 11, 2018, VanuatuIndependent.com IT’S a little known detail of the so-called ‘blackbirding’ trade: how a group of Aboriginal Australians ended up in Vanuatu, never to return home. Chief Richard David Fandanumata has travelled to Australia from Vanuatu to see the land his great-grandfather came from. He hopes to find his lost relatives with just […]
FRONT PAGE_Mr. James Howey [L] Business Development Manager Air Canada with Mr. Dwivedi during announcement of new partnership arrangement that will benefit Solomon Islander’s travelling to Canada.Solomon Islands nationals traveling to Canada as part o…
The National PNG THE Port Moresby Nature Park has taken the lead in supporting the ban on plastic bags by introducing paper bags and green eco-bags in all its shops at the park. Park general manager Michelle McGeorge said the shops in the park stopped using plastic bags as part of an attempt to support […]