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South Pacific Tourism Exchange a catalyst to increasing motivation

Cocker encouraged the partners and stakeholders to maximize on the opportunity provided by SPTE 2017 to further business aspirations in the South Pacific.

New Transnational Crime Unit Office Opening

Under the Defence Cooperation Program, the Australian Government provides assistance with maritime surveillance to eleven countries across the Pacific.

Women leading ocean action

Women use and hold important knowledge, but including women’s voices in governance decisions requires key strategies acknowledging tradition in the Pacific.

Indian Navy to hold maritime exercises with Papua New Guinea

The Navy is currently taking part in the annual maritime exercise with Singapore Navy.

Another successful South Pacific Tourism Exchange in Sydney, Australia

Participants established new networks, clients and contacts at the event, with a number of buyers securing actual bookings, contracts and package deals.

Women leading ocean action

An event on day one of the UN Oceans Conference in June will showcase women’s actions and strategies for including women in ocean management.

Women Financial Inclusion champions awarded scholarships

The awardees will attend a three-week course at the prestigious Boulder Institute of Microfinance Training Program in Turin in July-August.

Solomons’ first marine park

Located between Isabel and Choiseul province, the Arnavon islands is the country’s first protected area to be under three communities.

Fiji coach says rugby will benefit from change in residency laws

Currently, a foreign player only has to live in a country for 36 consecutive months to be eligible to then represent their adopted country at Test level.

Government ‘committed’ to addressing temporary land settlement issues

The Government says as part of its land reform agenda it is closely monitoring eviction issues both at White River and Henderson.