Opportunists ransack Chinese shop in Buka

obbBApril 24, 2018 The National PNGChiBukaBBuBBB Opportunists have ransacked a Chinese shop on Buka, according to Autonomous Region of Bougainville police commander Francis Tokura. He said they took advantage of concerns raised by tribal leaders about the commercialisation of a traditional Bougainville hat, known as upe. Tokura... more →
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Ok Tedi sharing K380m after ‘exceptional’ year

The Natinal PNG – THE financial position of Ok Tedi Mining Limited has strengthened, generating more than K777 million of net investment activities allowing it to have nearly K380 million to be distributed to its shareholders. Prime Minister Peter O’Neill, tabling the annual reports and financial statements in parliament,... more →
Posted in: Papua New Guinea

Wale says foreigners taking over businesses from locals

Aoke Langalanga MP Matthew Wale SolomonStarNews – FOREIGNERS are taking over businesses reserved for locals. And the trend is going from bad to worse. That’s according to Aoke Langalanga MP Matthew Wale when speaking in parliament recently. “The issue of foreigners taking over businesses in the country is going out of... more →
Posted in: Solomon Islands

Fighting For Justice for Small Farmers in Vanuatu

By Sarai Stephens, Vanuatu Daily Post Madame Claire with supporters at Banban. The Vanuatu Coconut Project (VCP) promised major improvements for the lifestyle of small-scale or ‘grass roots’ coconut farmers in Vanuatu. The funds for this Project were sourced from the European Commission through former Ambassador to Brussels,... more →
Posted in: Vanuatu

UNCTAD facilitates consultation on eTrade

The Vanuatu Daily Post – A week-long consultation on eTrade conducted by Sven Callebaut, from the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), and Fred Samuel, the local contractor. UNCTAD Consultant Sven Callebaut, National Consultant Fred Samuel, and Senior Officials from MTTCNVB eTrade is defined as “…the... more →
Posted in: Vanuatu

Launching Tafea Cooperative Guest House

The Vanuatu Daily Post – Deputy Prime Minister and Minister responsible for Cooperatives, Joe Natuman and Australian High Commissioner, Jenny Da Rin, jointly launched an impressive fully furnished new concrete building with three additional bedrooms at a cost of Vt1.3 million, to bring the total number of bedrooms of Tafea... more →
Posted in: Vanuatu