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Tuesday, April 16th, 2019

 

Tongan hip hop team competes in Auckland

Onion in action..now  to showcase their moves in Auckland. Photo: Tutu on the Beach

Nuku’alofa – April 16, 2019: 9am (Nuku’alofa Times): Nothing is impossible if the heart is willing.


‘Critical moment’ for sustainable development’ – UN chief

UN chief António Guterres

New York, United States of America – April 15, 2019: 4pm (UN NEWS CENTRE): “Uneven growth, rising debt levels, possible upticks in financial volatility, and heightened global trade tensions” are hampering progress on reaching the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), UN chief António Guterres told the Forum on Financing for Development on Monday, during what he called “a critical moment” to “accelerate action for sustainable development”.


Climate change an emerging issue in law

Papua New Guinea's Managing director of Climate Change Development Authority Ruel Yamuna (middle)

Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea – April 16, 2019: 6am (THE NATIONAL): Papua New Guinea’s Managing director of Climate Change Development Authority Ruel Yamuna said climate change remained the single greatest threat to the livelihoods, security and wellbeing of Pacific Island people.


Tonga signs deal with Kacific

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Nadi, Fiji – April 15, 2019: 9.10pm (KACIFIC): Kacific Broadband Satellites Group (Kacific) has signed a 15 year agreement with Tonga Satellite Limited, a Tongan government company, to provide high speed broadband via satellite to the Pacific Island nation.


Boks 7s win in comeback final

The Boks 7s celebrating their win in Singapore on Sunday. Photo: CITIZEN

Fiji led 19-0 at the break and first the time this season a team which held the halftime lead went on to lose the final.  Singapore – April 15, 2019: 9pm (Citizen.co.za): South Africa recovered from a 19-point deficit to stun defending champions Fiji and win the World Rugby Sevens Series tournament in Singapore on Sunday.