Tuesday 20th February 2018

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Plenty of #Pacific potential for micro businesses hosting home-stay tourists

Would you invite strangers you've only met online, into your home?

Power and clean drinking water a priority in #Tongatapu one week after #CycloneGita

One week after category four Cyclone Gita slammed into Tonga's main island with a direct hit on the capital Nuku'alofa, most people now have safe drinking water although 4,500 people are still living in evacuation centres after 1500 homes were destroyed.

PNG uni Vice Chancellor considers legal action after Unitech sacks him over certificate copy

The Papua New Guinea University of Technology council has sacked its Vice Chancellor, saying he failed to produce original certificates to authenticate his qualifications.

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