Nov 13, 2018 Last Updated 7:59 PM, Nov 12, 2018

Under new ownership

WHAT do you, our faithful subscribers and readers, think of our new look magazine? I hope you like it as much as we do. In my note in the January edition, I did promise that 2015 would be a year of transformation for us. In that spirit, we are encouraging…
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Whispers

PORK and fish may be off the menu for some time in Tuvalu after storm surges disturbed burial grounds. Apparently pigs and fish have been seen eating near the grave sites. Vegetables may now be on the menu for some time. RELEF supplies are not the only concern for authorities…
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Healthy vision remains a challenge

THE challenges to implementing the vision for a healthier Pacific are not insurmountable. Acknowledging the progress made over the last 20 years, the Director General of the Secretariat for the Pacific Community, Dr Colin Tukuitonga, told Islands Business Pacific people were living longer, fewer children are dying before reaching the…
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DEATH ON PACIFIC’S DOORSTEP

NCD EPIDEMIC: LEADERS ON NOTICE THE Pacific’s political leaders, health officials and general populace have been put on notice. If the region’s Non Communicable Diseases (NCD) risk factors are left unchecked, a true health catastrophe is just a generation away. That warning was issued to a regional meeting of Pacific…
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PNG State assets for sale

PM controls close to 100pc of parliament support despite criticism and rivals Somare’s political strength PETER O’Neill has emerged as a remarkable figure in Papua New Guinea’s usually battle-scarred political landscape, which in the past has made violent-conspiracy movies or TV shows such as Game of Thrones look tame. The…
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