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Wednesday 5 September 2012
Nuku'alofa, Tonga
While the Pacific Forum Leaders last week reaffirmed their offer to support Fiji's early return to democracy and the progress made towards an election in September 2014, Fiji has made new friends and established ties with North Korea and Iran in the Non Aligned Movement.
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Thursday 23 August 2012
Sydney, Australia:
The Pacific Ocean faces threats from over-fishing, pollution and climate change. Annually more than 786,000 tonnes of fish are illegally taken from the Pacific and its tuna fisheries are in danger of being over exploited. “The Pacific Ocean unites all the countries in the region,” said Marea Hatziolos, Senior Coastal and Marine Specialist for the World Bank. “Tremendous progress has been achieved regionally in fisheries agreements and conservation, but the battle is not yet won. This is a timely focus, at a critical juncture for Pacific Island populations.”
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Tuesday 13 September 2011
Auckland, New Zealand
The Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) will set up a sub-regional office in Tonga to cater for climate change and the environment.
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Tuesday 16 October 2007
Nuku'alofa, Tonga
The Pacific Islands Air Services Agreement, Jonah Lomu and the Whale Pacific Strategy, and the Regional Information Technology may have very little in common, but after a cocktail that was hosted by the Secretary General of the Forum Secretariat Greg Urwin last night, they appeared to have all agreed, that it was a good evening out.
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Saturday 24 March 2007
Suve, Fiji
Pacific Regional Economic Integration Programme (PACREIP) received a boost of over F$4m (...€2 million) from the European Union (EU) yesterday.
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