Tuesday, May 23, 2017
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Marketplaces to better consider vendors’ needs in allocating budgets

A week-long Gender Responsive Budgeting (GRB) training, which is part of UN Women’s Markets for Change (M4C) project, has concluded.

PNG crush Japan, Samoa scrape home against Vanuatu

PNG Lewas have crushed home team Japan by 92 runs at the 2018 ICC Women’s World T20 – East Asia-Pacific Qualifier 2017 while Samoa have scraped home against Vanuatu.

Tato helps Samoa to win over PNG and Vanuatu wins as well

Samoa and Vanuatu took the points in the ICC Women’s World T20 yesterday.

Australian aviator recognised in PNG

Australian Governor General Sir Peter Cosgrove has paid tribute to one of the most important and heroic stands in Australia’s darkest hour.

Tsai hopes to visit Solomon Islands to promote friendship

Solomon Islands Deputy Prime Minister Manasseh Maelanga has met with Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen during a visit to Taipei this week.

Gold Coast 2018 set to open ticket request process

In a bid to make it fair for everyone, Games 2018 tickets will initially be available via a ticket request phase over a four-week period until May 22.

Oceans in grave peril – but we have solutions

Oceans, and the future of Pacific island peoples, are in grave peril, but we have tried and tested solutions.

Church leaders oppose experimental seabed mining

Pacific church leaders meeting in Suva this month have called for a ban on seabed mining.

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.