Sep 20, 2020 Last Updated 8:29 AM, Sep 19, 2020
“From capital to develop and export goods like coffee, to training and support with digital platforms, Pacific businesses – especially female-led business – are in urgent need of tangible support,” says the Pacific Trade Investment (PTI) Australia Trade & Investment Commissioner, Caleb Jarvis. The economic impacts of COVID-19 on female-led…
A new rugby franchise to the US national competition may provide a life-line for some Pacific islands rugby players. The  website of Hawaii-based Kanaloa Rugby bears the quote, “From the depths of breadths of the sea; strength and courage shall rise”. It’s a fitting sentiment as the world, and world…
Last modified on Friday, 18 September 2020 10:44
Eighty years ago, fearful of Japan, Australia sent a diplomat and a warship to New Caledonia. Today, Australia is mobilising defence and diplomacy against another rising Asian power. On the morning of 19 September 1940, eighty years ago this week, HMAS Adelaide arrived in Noumea, 1500 kilometres off the coast…
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The University of the South Pacific (USP) recently invited 30 employers to engage in a two-day exposition at its annual Career and Internship Fair. The event was organized by USP’s Career and Entrepreneurship Center, Campus Life and allows USP students to learn about graduate training programs, attend career planning workshop…
“My voice does matter, someone will listen, we can make a change whether do write poems or not.  What you do matters.” That was the message of Tongan student,  Anna Jane Vea, at the launch of a book of poetry ‘Rising Tide’ in Suva recently. The Pacific Partnership to End…
Last modified on Thursday, 10 September 2020 16:57
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