LUKE NACEI – FijiTimes OPPOSITION MP Mikaele Leawere has pleaded with the Government to stop vote bank politics, which he says is a well-known trait of left-wing dictatorships. Mr Leawere made these comments while responding to the Minister for Employment Jone…

AQELA SUSU FIJI TIMESFiji Fiji OPPOSITION member of Parliament Parmod Chand has accused Government of trying to win a seat on the UN Human Rights Council by rushing to ratify two UN Conventions. He made the claim while speaking on a motion…

PRIME Minister Rick Hou will chair the Pacific Islands Development Forum (PIDF) meeting in Honiara in July this year. Last Friday, the Prime Minister was briefed on the progress of arrangements by the Secretary General of PIDF Francois Martel. Mr…

Police at the Tulagi Police Station, Central Province have mediated a suspected case of sorcery at Soso village within the Sandfly area in the Florida Islands on Monday, 14 May 2018. It is alleged that a false rumour was spreading…

The  president of France’s visit to  New Caledonia and the high level dialogue held at the Pacific Community (CSP) from May 9th to 11th , provided opportunities for a global meeting between all the member states of the Community. As a result, the issues linked to…

By LUKE KAMA, The National PNG THE Government has appointed Ruel Yamuna as managing director for the Climate Change and Development Authority for a period of four years. Yamuna was among the seven heads of State agencies who signed their…

Madang Provincial Police Commander, Ben Neneo is appealing to all residents to take extra precaution when moving around as selective killing is for real by hired killers. He said this yesterday when commenting on the state of law and order…

Growing suspicion that foreigners may be trying to interfere in Vanuatu politics has triggered a police investigation on two Asian individuals. The subjects of the recent police investigation are two females of Asian origin who arrived in the country earlier this…

Growing suspicion that foreigners may be trying to interfere in Vanuatu politics has triggered a police investigation on two Asian individuals. The subjects of the recent police investigation are two females of Asian origin who arrived in the country earlier this…

SOLOMON Islands Media Association (MASI) last Friday won the bid to host the sixth Pacific Media Summit in Honiara in 2020. MASI president Charles Kadamana announced this from Nuku’alofa, Tonga, last Friday where he’s attending the Pacific Islands News Association (PINA) fifth…