New Zealand’s largest city has been known for a while as having the world’s highest concentration of Pasifika peoples. The annual Pasifika Festival is believed to be the world’s largest Polynesian festival. Pasifika people and their distinctive culture and music contribute richly to Auckland’s vibrancy. Yet, there was nowhere in the city where one could…
Auckland’s newest and only specialist Pasifika cuisine restaurant aims to bring to the city much more than Pacific cuisine.
More than 60 participants representing export and export-ready companies attended the Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) NZ Pacific Path to Market workshops in Fiji last week.
Coconut oil from the Solomon Islands could be introduced to the New Zealand market thanks to the Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) Pacific Path to Market programme.
‘Navigating the cycle – creating the opportunity in challenging times’. That was the theme of the thirty-seventh annual conference of the Australia Papua New Guinea Business Council in Port Moresby last week.
The contribution of tuna fisheries to the national gross domestic product (GDP) of Pacific Island countries has grown impressively in the past five years, says the Pacific Islands region’s leading fisheries expert.
When Samoa’s beloved Manu Samoa Rugby Team plays the All Blacks in June – Samoa will stop.
There’s no mistaking Turmeric’s popularity is on the rise in New Zealand.
A significant milestone for the Pacific Islands has been achieved, with a A$ 656,000 impact investment into Vanuatu coffee producer, Tanna Coffee, writes Caleb Jarvis, Trade & Investment Commissioner, PTI Australia.
Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) NZ’s Pacific Path to Market workshops kick off again in Fiji from 18 and 19 May.
This month is Fiji Fashion Weeks’ tenth Anniversary and the industry is in celebratory mode.
As the Chinese season for trade fairs and expositions approaches in the second half of the year, Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) China presents a guide to the highlights with the latest information about where and when to exhibit and visit.