Sunday, April 23, 2017
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PNG Lewas looking to maintain regional dominance

Entering the tournament in Sano, Japan having won two of the previous three regional qualifiers, the Lewas are undoubtedly the team to beat.

Conclusion of trade talks lacking Pacific development at its heart

The Pacific Network on Globalisation says PACER Plus promises benefits but undermines the ability of the Pacific for self determination.

PACER-Plus trade deal without PNG and Fiji a bad deal

The Australian Fair Trade and Investment Network says Australia should not proceed with the PACER-Plus trade deal.

Youth project to raise awareness on NCDs

An FAO training program will assist in protecting biodiversity and protected areas in Fiji.

Fiji’s Leleuvia Resort makes turnaround

Following the devastating effects of Tropical Cyclone Winston, Leleuvia Island Resort looks set to gather momentum in the coming months.

‘Surf’s up’ for second annual Western Province Surfing Competition

Western Solomon Surfing Association’s second annual surf competition at the renowned Titians break has attracted more than 30 competitors.

Awards to recognize financial education projects implemented in primary schools

Reserve Bank of Fiji and the National Financial Inclusion Taskforce have called for nominations for the first National Financial Education (FinEd) Innovation Awards.

Fiji claim record 17th Hong Kong Rugby Sevens title

Gareth Baber’s new charges swept away South Africa 22-0 with four unanswered tries, including two spectacular second-half scores.

Constitutional experts meet Solomon Islands PM Sogavare

There is a feeling to move away from the current Central Government to the Federal Government system has stemmed out from people’s dissatisfaction.

Rugby in Oceania to receive pre-Tokyo 2020 funding boost

Several of Oceania rugby sevens tams will receive a financial boost in the lead up to the Olympics in Tokyo.