Monthly Archives: July 2015

Pacific teachers want a say in obesity fight

Pacific teachers want a say in obesity fight

Teachers around the Pacific say government health departments need to collaborate with them to combat childhood obesity. A recent WHO report shows Pacific nations make up the top five countries with the world’s highest obesity rates. Four commissioners from the ...

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Solomons bauxite miners’ land titles legal

Solomons bauxite miners’ land titles legal

The land title claims by two bauxite mining companies in Rennel and Bellona Province in Solomon Islands have been declared legal by the attorney general. Bintan Company Ltd and Asia Pacific Investment Development have been embroiled in complicated battles for ...

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Watch out: Strong U.S. dollar could trigger a currency crisis

Watch out: Strong U.S. dollar could trigger a currency crisis

The U.S. dollar is getting too strong for some countries. Early warning signs suggest another emerging markets currency crisis. Brazil’s currency, the real, hit a 12-year low Monday. Currencies in Southeast Asia are at their worst points since the region’s ...

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Coca Cola presents $60,000 to Fiji Pearls

Coca Cola presents $60,000 to Fiji Pearls

Coca Cola with their brand of Powerade drink today came on board with the Fiji Pearls in the slogan “Engaging in Active Lifestyles.” With the Netball World Cup just around the corner, the team will have Powerade as their official ...

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Defending the BOG title will not be easy

Defending the BOG title will not be easy

Being the defending champion and host of the battle of Giants tournament – Rewa football team certainly has its challenges. But the Delta Tigers will be out to prove that they still have what it takes to defend the title ...

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