Tuesday 24th April 2018

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Vanuatu's Olympic Committee in a stoush with the government over Commonwealth games funding

The National Olympic Committee of Vanuatu, VASANOC, are urging the Prime Minister, Charlot Salwai, to order a commission of inquiry to find out what happened to nearly fifty thousand dollars of government money that was supposed to have gone to the team at the Commonwealth Games in Australia.

American Samoa and Niue to compete for 2025 Pacific Mini Games hosting rights

When the Pacific Games Council sits down in June, to vote on the location for the 2025 Pacific Mini Games, they will be faced with an upfront bid for hosting rights from American Samoa, and a much more low key proposal from Niue, the smallest member of the Pacific Games family.

Fiji makes history on international green bond market

Fiji has made history by being the first Pacific country to list a Sovereign Green Bond on the London Stock Exchange.

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