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Pacific Tourism Organisation Optimistic About Tourism Recovery

Wednesday 16th June, 2021. The COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly had devastating impacts on Pacific tourism but we must not overly discount the industry’s resilience and potential to bounce back as a key economic driver and an important enabler of progress towards achieving sustainable development goals (SDGs). These were the sentiments shared by Pacific Tourism Organisation ... read more

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New Acting Director Appointed for Niue Tourism

Wednesday 16th June, 2021. The Niue Tourism Office has announced the appointment of Ms. Micah Fuhiniu- Viviani as the new Acting Director, until such time that the Niue Tourist Authority Board is able to complete recruitment for the Director of Tourism role. Ms. Fuhiniu- Viviani has replaced Ms. Moka Ioane, who was the Acting Director ... read more

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Niue Tourism Office Farewells Acting Director Moka Ioane Laufoli

Niue Tourism Press Release for Immediate Circulation 10 June 2021 Niue Tourism Office Farewells Acting Director Moka Ioane Laufoli Niue Tourism Office announced today that Mrs Moka Ioane-Laufoli has officially completed her tenure with the Niue Tourism Office after a career that has spanned over 10 years. In her statement Mrs Ioane-Laufoli explained that leaving ... read more

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Nanuku Auberge Resort named in Tripadvisor’s 2021 Travelers’ Choice

Pacific Harbour, Fiji, June 2021 – Nanuku Auberge Resort announces it has been recognised as a 2021 Travelers’ Choice award winner. An achievement celebrating businesses that consistently deliver fantastic experiences to travelers, having earned exemplary reviews on Tripadvisor over the last 12 months. As challenging as the past year was, Nanuku Auberge Resort stood out ... read more

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What a load of rubbish! Solomon Islands marks World Environment Day 2021 with nine tonnes litter clean-up

Tourism Solomons calls on all Solomon islanders to follow example. Honiara, Solomon Islands – Once again taking an environmental front foot in the Solomon Islands, Tourism Solomon’s ‘Green team’ has successfully marked World Environment Day 2021 joining with an ‘army’ of 150 volunteers to successfully collect more than collect nine tonnes of roadside rubbish. Targeting the area ... read more

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