Monthly Archives: January 2015

Solomon Islands PM announces his government's policies

Solomon Islands PM announces his government's policies

The Solomon Islands Prime Minister has announced plans to boost the country’s economic growth and tackle corruption in a major speech to announce his newly-elected government’s policies this morning. Manasseh Sogavare says with falling revenue from logging and uncertainty surrounding ...

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Frank Halai continues NZ rugby exodus

Frank Halai continues NZ rugby exodus

Blues winger Frank Halai is the latest All Black lured by the riches of European club rugby. The Counties Manukau back will play for English Premiership side Wasps next season, joining All Blacks Dan Carter, Ma’a Nonu, Jeremy Thrush and ...

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Big asteroid to fly by Earth Monday

Big asteroid to fly by Earth Monday

A big asteroid will fly by Earth on Monday, but NASA says don’t worry — we’ll be safe. The asteroid is called 2004 BL86. It’ll come about 745,000 miles (1.2 million kilometers) from Earth, or about three times as far ...

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Middlesbrough to play FA Cup holders Arsenal

Middlesbrough to play FA Cup holders Arsenal

Middlesbrough have been rewarded for beating Manchester City with a trip to FA Cup holders Arsenal while Chelsea’s conquerors Bradford City host Sunderland or Fulham after the fifth round draw was made. Third tier Bradford and Championship (second tier) Middlesbrough ...

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Johnathan Thurston set to miss Auckland Nines

Johnathan Thurston set to miss Auckland Nines

One of the NRL’s biggest names is expected to miss the Auckland NRL Nines this weekend. Cowboys playmaker Johnathan Thurston will skip the Nines for the second straight year, the Daily Telegraph reports. The defending champions are set to name ...

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Silver Ferns developing more competition

Silver Ferns developing more competition

The assistant coach of the Silver Ferns, Vicki Wilson, says they are developing more competition for places in the national side. The New Zealand netballers have returned home following last week’s Oceania Netball series in Suva where they enjoyed huge ...

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Football Ferns to play USA

Football Ferns to play USA

New Zealand Football has confirmed a match between the Football Ferns and the United States as a part of their preparations for the World Cup in Canada in June. The Ferns will play North Korea and Australia in a tri-series ...

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National Federations urged to pay levy on time

National Federations urged to pay levy on time

National Federations who intend to be part of  Team Fiji to the PNG Pacific Games are expected to pay fifty percent of  their levies next month. With 158 days remaining to the games, Team Fiji needs 2 point 1 million ...

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Measles vaccines sent to PNG's Chimbu

Measles vaccines sent to PNG's Chimbu

Papua New Guinea’s Department of Health has dispatched a team to a remote part of Chimbu province where a measles outbreak has reportedly killed six people. Although newspaper reports last week identified the border between Enga and East Sepik as ...

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Saipan casino development takes further step

Saipan casino development takes further step

The construction of Saipan’s casino in the Northern Marianas is a step closer with the signing up of the team that built Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands. The licenced company, Best Sunshine International, has hired Matthew Pryor of Tenman Project Management ...

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