Monthly Archives: November 2014

UN calls for investment in youth

UN calls for investment in youth

The Pacific Director of the United Nations Population Fund says islands in the region have to invest more in youth in order to safeguard the countries’ futures. School children from Tonga’s Ha’apai Islands. A new UNPF global report focusses on ...

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Samoan rugby chairman believes problems are solved

Samoan rugby chairman believes problems are solved

Samoa’s Prime Minister and rugby head has spoken out about the conflict between Manu Samoa players and management. He’s dismissing claims trouble is brewing, and contrary to Manu Samoa players, says the situation has been resolved. The problem, almost resulted ...

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New Iran Nuclear talks deadlines: March 1, July 1, 2015

New Iran Nuclear talks deadlines: March 1, July 1, 2015

A new deadline for a political framework agreement for Iran’s Nuclear talks has been set for March 1, 2015, a Western diplomat tells CNN on Monday, with a deadline for final agreement including annexes on July 1. Negotiators had been ...

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ADB behind huge Solar scheme in Cooks

ADB behind huge Solar scheme in Cooks

The Cook Islands’ dependence on fossil fuels should be slashed by a project to build solar-powered plants on six of its islands. The systems are being paid for by the Asian Development Bank, the European Union and the Cook Islands ...

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Russia losing $140 billion from sanctions and low oil prices

Russia losing $140 billion from sanctions and low oil prices

Russian President Vladimir Putin received a high-ranking black belt in karate Friday, but his master fighting skills haven’t been enough to fend off economic troubles. The country is losing up to $140 billion per year because of falling oil prices ...

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Utility costs in CNMI governor's sights

Utility costs in CNMI governor's sights

The re-elected governor of the Northern Marianas, Eloy Inos, says his main priority is to bring down high rates at the local utility. The governor says he will meet with the board of the Commonwealth Utilities Corporation later this week ...

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Solomons PM election loss due to 'late ferry'

Solomons PM election loss due to 'late ferry'

The outgoing Solomon Islands Prime Minister says he lost his seat in last week’s election due to a late ferry. Gordon Darcy Lilo was beaten in his Gizo/Kolombangara seat by a former staffer and his nephew, Jimson Fiau Tanangada. Speaking ...

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