Monday, December 4th, 2017
By ILIESA TORA in MANILA MANILA, Phillipines – December 4: 4.10pm (Nuku’alofa Times): What does the current 14th Regular Session of the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission has got to do with the price of tuna sold locally on the streets of Nuku’alofa?
By PITA LIGAIULA in Manila MANILA, Phillipines – December 4: (PACNEWS): Samoa has told the Western Central Pacific Commission (WCPFC) it will continue to work closely with the Commission and development partners to bring about real progress in the sustainable management and conservation of fisheries resources.
By PITA LIGAIULA in Manila MANILA, Phillipines – December 4: 2.45pm (PACNEWS): The region’s two peak bodies representing Pacific nations’ fisheries interests pledged to maintain their solidarity at the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission (WCPFC) underway in Manila.
By RONALD TOITO’ONA in Manila MANILA, Phillipines – December 4: 7.55am (Solomon Star): SOLOMON Islands has pulled out from a key tuna deal called the Tokelau Arrangement, citing it as a danger for the country and its catch allocation in the future.
Small nations suffer huge burden By NETANI RIKA in Manila, Phillipines MANILA – December 3: 11pm (Islands Business): KIRIBATI already faces the huge burden of rising sea levels which threatens its very existence.