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Wednesday, July 25th, 2018


PNG Government to penalise logging companies


PORT MORESBY, Papua New Guinea – July 25, 2018: 9.48am (POST COURIER): The Papua New Guinea Government has agreed to penalise logging companies that cut and waste small trees in their logging operations.

Pacific gathers to Talanoa for greater resilience, urgency and ambition


SUVA, Fiji – July 25, 2018: 9.25am (COP23):  The second annual Climate Action Pacific Partnership Conference will officially kick off in Suva tomorrow, July 26, when Pacific leaders will join representatives from Pacific business, Pacific civil society, science and the global investment community to discuss how to strengthen the region’s resilience to the impacts of climate change and further reduce its already low carbon emissions.

‘Football For Friendship’ young heroes from Pacific Islands return home

Football for Friendship participants including those from the Pacific

MELBOURNE, Australia – July 25, 2018: 9am (Nuku’alofa Times/Football4Friendship): Twelve-year-old promising football players and 12-year-old aspiring journalists from the Pacific have returned home from the Football World Cup in Russia earlier this month.