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2016 November

The bu boss

How the bu changed one man’s life WHEN the entrepreneurial bug bit Inia Komaicawalevu in 2000, he didn’t realise he was to

2016 November

Sign of CONFIDENCE

PAPUA New Guinea has been a major investor in the Fijian market in recent years with around $FJD174 million investments. Since 2010,

2016 November

Clark is out

UN appoints former Portugese PM WHEN the United Nations General Assembly formally acclaimed Portugese diplomat, Antonio Guterres, as secretary general there was

2016 November

Cooks hauls in fish dollars

Korea, Kiribati pay for services PURSE seining revenue has accounted for the majority of fisheries revenue collected by the Cook Islands since

2016 November

Support for purse seiners

Agency monitors bigeye stocks THE Pacific Islands Forum Fisheries Agency (FFA) is highly supportive of the Cook Islands endeavours to increase its participation

2016 November

Trouble in paradise

Pagopago canneries close PAGO PAGO, American Samoa (Invictus News) – American Samoan tuna workers took a huge blow last month when processors

2016 November

How sustainable is Pacific tourism?

FOR sometime now, sustainability has been the buzzword in development circles. We have the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals or SDGs that

2016 November

Rebuilding a stronger Ha’apai

CYCLONE Ian, the most powerful storm ever recorded in Tonga, struck the Ha’apai Islands on January 02, 2014, destroying or severely damaging

2016 November

Fighting corruption

Asset declaration is the key UNDERSTANDING the roots of corruption in society will help communities address the issue. And parliamentarians must understand