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Lego festival has Cookie connection

Wednesday April 16, 2014

When the First Lego League World Festival starts in St Louis, Missouri on April 23 the New Zealand team will have strong links to the Cook Islands.

Relief work in remote Papua New Guinea islands is set to take weeks after damage caused by Cyclone Ita.

The premiere of Makira province in Solomon Islands says people are preparing for more aftershocks and the potential threat of a tsunami.

Seven candidates from the Cook Islands, Fijian and Samoan communities were successful in being voted onto Wellington City Council’s Pacific Advisory Group this week.

Organisers of the South Pacific Tourism Exchange, taking place in Auckland on May 22-23, 2014, say registered buyers and sellers will be provided with top opportunities to do South Pacific business.

Thanks to Minister for money

Tuesday April 15, 2014

Dear Editor, I wish on behalf of my wife Temata-o-Taiti (Nancy Simiona) and the family, to thank the Minister Teina Bishop, of Araura Enua, for refunding her pension money.

Dear Editor, The public notes that the Government of the day has placed another full page advertisement that seems to be a duplicate of a recent full page advertisement listing all of the supposed success stories that they say they alone are responsible for.

With tourism a vitally important industry across the South Pacific, the inaugural South Pacific Tourism Exchange will be the region’s largest travel and tourism business-to-business event.

Marine biologist has dream job

Monday April 14, 2014

Pearl biologist Tina Weier has discovered her dream job working in Manihiki.

Pacific people who live in Wellington City are encouraged to come out and vote in today's election for the City Council’s Pacific Advisory Group.

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