Monthly Archives: November 2015

Evans misses out on shot at third place finish

Evans misses out on shot at third place finish

New Zealand motor racing driver Mitch Evans was left a little disappointed after the last race of the GP2 season was cancelled. After finishing third in Saturday’s feature race in Abu Dhabi, Evans was denied a shot at third place ...

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Tonga government’s outgoing advisor reflects on challenges

Tonga government’s outgoing advisor reflects on challenges

The outgoing adviser to the Tongan government says they have achieved some results despite the many challenges since the elections a year ago. The 2014 election result brought a government into power headed by long time pro-democracy campaigner ‘Akilisi Pohiva, ...

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Palace releases new photos of Princess Charlotte

Palace releases new photos of Princess Charlotte

Brace yourself for a dose of royal cuteness. Prince William and Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, have released two new photographs of Princess Charlotte, who was born on May 2. Catherine took the photographs in early November at their home ...

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Solomons women push for reserved seats in parliament

Solomons women push for reserved seats in parliament

Women’s advocacy groups in Solomon Islands say they want to present a case for reserved seats for women in parliament to the country’s MPs during next week’s sitting. The Solomons has one of the poorest representations of women in parliament ...

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Windies spinner Narine suspended for illegal action

Windies spinner Narine suspended for illegal action

West Indian spin bowler Sunil Narine, the world’s top-ranked bowler in both forms of limited-overs cricket, has been suspended from international matches because of an illegal action. The International Cricket Council has issued a statement saying that an independent assessment ...

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Fiji to be part of the Paris global climate conference

Fiji to be part of the Paris global climate conference

Fiji will be part of the launch of the ” Because the Ocean ” event in Paris tomorrow. Minister of Agriculture, Rural and Maritime Development and Disaster Management, Inia Seruiratu will attend the high level event that is taking place ...

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Diamond of the century too big to value

Diamond of the century too big to value

Ten days after unearthing the biggest diamond in a century, Canadian mining company Lucara is still unable to put a value on the enormous stone. Despite reports it could be worth “north of $60 million,” CEO William Lamb told CNNMoney ...

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