In a historic first for Fiji – five Fijian fashion designers were invited to participate in the prestigious Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Resort Collection in Australia from 15-21 May 2016.
There’s just one day left to go before the end of the 21 Day Pacific Challenge and the heat is on!
Niue Tourism joined radio station The Rock in a booth at the Hutchwilco Boat Show held at the ASB Showgrounds in Auckland 12-15 May.
In 2001, Pacific Trade & Invest (PT&I)’s Auckland and Sydney offices initiated a joint project of publishing a first-ever brochure of Investment Opportunities, which was a compilation of several investment-ready projects in 14 Pacific Island countries.
As part of quarterly stakeholder engagement and reporting activities, Pacific Trade & Invest (PT&I) NZ Trade Commissioner Michael Greenslade and Chief Operating Officer and Head of Investment Manuel Valdez met with key stakeholders New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Trade (MFAT) and the Pacific Islands Heads of Missions (PIHOM) in Wellington earlier this month….
The Pacific Islands proved a popular destination for art-lovers visiting the 12th International Cultural Industries Fair in the South China megacity of Shenzhen last week.
Pacific Trade & Invest (PT&I) NZ is excited to announce a co-sponsorship of the University of Canterbury’s 21 Day Pacific Challenge.
FMF Foods, Fiji’s leading packaged foods manufacturer and exporter, is investing F$40 million on a brand new biscuit factory with a view to boost its export capacity. FMF’s brands are well known in Fiji and around the Pacific Islands. The company has been making biscuits for well-known brands in Australia and New Zealand for several…
Cyclone Winston, the South Pacific region’s strongest ever tropical cyclone in recorded history, devastated Fiji on February 20 this year.
Two top Pacific fashion design labels from the Pacific agree Fiji is the fashion hub of the Pacific.
Tonga’s Tanoa Dateline Hotel is on track to re-open two months ahead of its January 2017 schedule. Although Cyclone Winston temporarily halted reconstruction it caused little damage to the hotel. It is set to re-open in October this year.
The Tanoa Rakiraki Hotel on the northern coast of Viti Levu had 10 guests and 10 of 25 staff staying on the night Cyclone Winston made landfall. After hovering near Tonga, it powered up to become the biggest cyclone at Category 5 with winds of 230km/hour to ever hit the Pacific.