Sunday, April 23, 2017
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South Pacific cruising a growth industry

Pacific cruise traffic has grown by 43 per cent in the past three years and currently generates around US$640 million per year. New Caledonia and Vanuatu lead the charge.

New FAO training program launched in Fiji

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

Greenpeace’s slams Australia for selling out its Pacific neighbours

Greenpeace says Australia has truly shown its tireless commitment to selling out Pacific islanders, this time over the Carmichael coal mine.

Tourism can boost growth in Solomon Islands — ADB

Tourism offers a new driver for growth, as the Solomon Islands is widely considered to have world class tourism potential, says the ADB.

PNG, Tahiti look to build in Port Moresby

Papua New Guinea and Tahiti are looking to reignite recent form as OFC Stage 3 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia Qualifying resumes.

Fiji Warriors remain unbeaten in Pacific Challenge

Fiji Warriors have one hand on the World Rugby Pacific Challenge trophy after beating Junior Japan 39-16 to remain unbeaten.

Western eager for Auckland City rematch

Western United have drawn a tough opener against hosts Auckland City FC as they make their return to the OFC Champions League.

Teams set for Pacific Challenge as closed law trials implemented

The World Rugby Pacific Challenge kicks off in Fiji this afternoon with the hosts aiming to defend their title.

Recognising Pacific Women’s contribution to tourism development

The South Pacific Tourism Organisation says Pacific Women are the unsung heroes of the region’s tourism industry.
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UN and SPREP partnering to support Pacific islands

The Pacific islands are uniting to help shape global ocean management as defined at the UN Ocean Conference in June this year.