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Pacific History Made In Samoa

Pacific history was made with the very first Pacific Ministerial Shark Symposium opening in Samoa yesterday, demonstrating global leadership from the island region in protecting and conserving Pacific sharks and rays. The world’s first regional shark sanctuary, the Micronesia Regional Shark Sanctuary between Federated States of Micronesia, Palau and the Republic of Marshall Islands, was ... read more

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Kiribati And Tuvalu To Reconnect Through Air Service

Kiribati and Tuvalu are to reconnect through a new air service. The governments of Kiribati and Tuvalu have signed a new agreement this week establishing a new air service link between Tarawa and Funafuti with the hope the new air service will bring friendly relations between the two nations under the colonial rule of the ... read more

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Informing Action: Pacific Nations Unite On The Environment

The people of the Pacific islands may be among the smallest contributors to climate change, but they are on the frontline of its impacts. With rising sea levels and increasing extreme weather events, daily reality in the Pacific leaves little room for climate scepticism. Already, environmental impacts are irrevocably changing life in these island states ... read more

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We are pleased to announce the opening of registrations for the 5th South Pacific Tourism Exchange (SPTE) which will be held: Date: 12th and 13th April, 2018 Venue:Adelaide Convention Centre (ACC), Adelaide, Australia The SPTE will be held prior to the Australian Tourism Exchange (ATE) from the 13th to 19th April, 2018 at the same venue, Adelaide Convention Centre. ... read more

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