Monthly Archives: February 2015

World Bank visiting cyclone-hit Ha'apai

World Bank visiting cyclone-hit Ha'apai

The cyclone-ravaged Ha’apai island group of Tonga will today host the Vice President of the World Bank for East Asia and the Pacific, Axel van Trotsenburg. Hundreds of people are still living in tents, more than a year after Cyclone ...

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Vanuatu RSE workers grow business

Vanuatu RSE workers grow business

A New Zealand viticulturalist says support for workers from the Recognised Seasonal Employers scheme is reaping rewards in Vanuatu as they are now producing coconut oil on the island of Tanna. A director of Vinepower in Blenheim, Jono Bushell, says ...

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Who are the missing UK girls thought to be in Syria?

Who are the missing UK girls thought to be in Syria?

In airport surveillance pictures, the three young women look like typical travelers. But their destination was anything but ordinary. British police announced last week that three east London classmates — Shamima Begum, 15; Kadiza Sultana, 16; and Amira Abase, 15 ...

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Solomons repatriates US WWII victims

Solomons repatriates US WWII victims

In a solemn ceremony at the weekend, Solomon Islands farewelled the remains of several US soldiers who had died on Guadalcanal during the Second World War. In the repatriation ceremony in Honiara, the minister of foreign affairs and external trade, ...

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Spain arrests 4 people suspected of recruiting for ISIS

Spain arrests 4 people suspected of recruiting for ISIS

Madrid (CNN) – From Spain, they used the Internet and social media to recruit and indoctrinate young, potential Islamist militants to work for ISIS. They even attracted Facebook followers as far away as Latin America, the United States, Belgium and ...

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Tonga police could can sports after brawls

Tonga police could can sports after brawls

Police in Tonga say if fighting between schools does not end, this year’s intercollegiate sports competition will be cancelled. In the most recent violence at the weekend, involving students and ex-students of Tonga College and Liahona High School a bus ...

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Search for missing girl in PNG

Search for missing girl in PNG

A search is on for a young i-Taukei girl allegedly held in Papua New Guinea against her will. The Nadi student traveled to the country with a businesswoman for holidays and has still not returned despite promises from her host. ...

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Ministry to construct a new QVS dormitory

Ministry to construct a new QVS dormitory

More than a year after the tragic fire that took down a whole dormitory in Queen Victoria School, the Ministry of Education is now finalizing plans for the construction of a new one. The assistance couldn’t be more timely as ...

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