Infrastructure

Solomon Islands – ‘Powerless’: James & Melody’s story

Published on Jul 7, 2017 The Solomon Islands, in the heart of the Pacific, relies on expensive imported fuel for nearly 100% of its electricity. It has some of the highest energy costs in the world, and one of the lowest rates of connection in the world; just 9% of Solomon Islanders are connected to […]


NATIONAL ELECTIONS 2017 Segment 4: Interview with Rob Agean – NCD Regional Candidate ( Papua New Guinea )

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Modern Port Moresby, PNG

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FYI – Invitation to PNG Infrastructure Mission

ABOUT THIS EVENT Pacific Trade Invest and Austrade invite you to participate in the Papua New Guinea Infrastructure Mission. This mission is designed to identify and target opportunities in the infrastructure sector, including those being financed by the major international aid donors. Papua New Guinea (PNG), with support from its key development partners, plans to […]


How did Vanuatu, reliant on tourism, fail to maintain its main international runway?

Posted: March 9, 2016 | Author: dailyvanuatu |  Port Vila’s Bauerfield international airport: why has it taken so long to fix? By Jonathan Pryke, Research Fellow in the Lowy Institute’s Melanesia Program and Matthew Dornan, Deputy Director of the Development Policy Centre Vanuatu is the 9th most tourism-dependent country in the world. The tourism sector […]