NUKU’ALOFA-February 20, 2018: 10.35am (Nuku’alofa Times/Digicel): Digicel Tonga has restored 98 percent of its network here in Tonga, following devastation caused by Cyclone Gita last week.
NUKU’ALOFA-February 8, 2018: 3.35pm (Nuku’alofa Times): Real Tonga will make her first direct flight to Apia, Samoa on February 12.
APIA,08 FEBRUARY 2018 (SAMOA OBSERVER): The Samoan Government is finally moving to implement a policy they had passed into law some 24 years ago in relation to newspapers.
NADI, Fiji: January 22, 2018: 4pm (Nuku’alofa Times): Elation and plenty of it were seen at the Airport Terminal Services front gate this morning as close to 200 suspended workers filedRead More
SUVA, Fiji – December 6: 12.45pm (IB): RAMSI – the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands – that was sponsored by the Pacific Islands Forum and largely funded by theRead More
By RONALD TOITO’ONA in MANILA MANILA, Phillipines – December 6: 11.50am (Solomon Star): THE Tokelau Arrangement – an agreement which aims to get Pacific nations working together to manage albacore tunaRead More
By BERNADETTE H. CARREON in MANILA MANILA, Phillipines – December 6: 11.30am (PACIFIC NOTE/WCPFC): A newer method of assessing bigeye tuna stocks in the Western and Central Pacific Ocean has resultedRead More
How to fish the world’s biggest ocean when tuna are scarce By EMMANUEL SAMOGLOU in MANILA MANILA, Phillipines – December 6: 11.20am (WCPFC): Different approaches towards managing a heavily depleted fishRead More
Tuna incentives for locals in a growing industry By ILIESA TORA in MANILA MANILA, Phillipines – December 5: 2.15pm (Nuku’alofa Times): Tonga has started lobbying for support to backRead More
By HELEN GREIG in Manila, Philippines MANILA – December 5: 11.35am (TUNAnomics): The survival of the Pacific’s domestic tuna longline fishery is at stake without more effective management of fishing inRead More