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Pacific Environment Ministers discuss the importance of shark management in Apia

  By Julie Simati Fiu APIA, SAMOA THURSDAY 01 MARCH 2018: The Pacific Environment Ministers are currently meeting in Apia to discuss the management of the shark population within the Pacific Ocean. The historical meeting is the very first Pacific Ministerial…

Samoa’s proposal accepted by international conservation convention

29 October, 2017 - 11:50 am in Community, Environment, Fisheries, Latest News, Pacific Region, World

  MANILA, PHILIPPINES – FRIDAY 27 OCTOBER 2017: - The 12th Conference of Parties of the Convention on Migratory Species (CMS COP12) today accepted…

Samoa and Tonga Sevens teams raise awareness for shark conservation

5 April, 2017 - 12:46 pm in Environment, Fisheries, Latest News, Rugby, Sports, Viewpoint, World

  Training session with Tuen Mun Sharks Mini Rugby Club to help raise awareness of shark conservation in Hong Kong [Hong Kong, 2 April 2017]:  The…

BUSINESS: Māori leading the way in cross-border business

21 February, 2017 - 3:57 pm in Business, Fisheries, Latest News, Pacific Region, Trade

  AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND - TUESDAY 21 FEBRUARY 2017: When it comes to business, Māori, The Pacific and China all have a common thread – it is the long game that counts. “At ANZ we have learnt, from long-standing relationships, that Māori, Pasifika…

Samoa Tuna Processors temporary closure as of December 11

14 October, 2016 - 6:06 pm in Business, Community, Economy, Fisheries, Latest News

  Outside the Samoa Tuna Processors factory at Atu'u, American Samoa SOURCE: KHJ News PAGO PAGO, AMERICAN SAMOA – THURSDAY 13 OCTOBER 2016: Employees of Samoa Tuna Processors in American Samoa are learning that the cannery is suspending operations indefinitely…