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Hyperstability: The Achilles’ Heel of Data-Poor Fisheries

Shared by Chris Mahoney

blog.nature.org - There’s a basic logic to managing fisheries: as a fish population decreases you’ll catch fewer fish. But what if that’s not always true? New research from the Solomon Islands indicates that hyperst...

Luca Traini: #PROUSTwitter

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lucatraini.blogspot.com - La celebre fontana di Hubert Robert. In una radura contornata da begli alberi tra cui molti erano più antichi di esso, piantato in disparte, da lontano si scorgeva il famoso zampillo, snello, immob...

Opinion: Curating for the Contemporary Pacific; 95 theses (New Zealand edition)

blog.tepapa.govt.nz - In the last six months, the arts and cultures of the Pacific have loomed large in New Zealand and Australia through a range of exhibitions, events and symposia. From Queensland’s Asia Pacific Trien...

Pacific summit to strengthen response to non-communicable diseases crisis SPC - Pacific Community

Shared by Esther Muna

spc.int - Pacific Islands’ leaders, ministers and officials from regional and global development agencies will gather in the Kingdom of Tonga from 20-22 June 2016 to deliberate on better ways to tackle the r...

Council sees vibrant future for Pacific arts SPC - Pacific Community

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spc.int - Government directors of culture and arts are upbeat about the potential growth of arts in the Pacific, as a form of cultural expression, way of life and source of job creation, tourism and economic...

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Most town councils perform well in all areas; room for improvement in estate maintenance: Management report

straitstimes.com - SINGAPORE - Most of the 16 town councils have performed well in areas such as estate cleanliness and lift maintenance, according to the Ministry of National Development's (MND) latest Town Council ...

Tourism report predicts growth but warns on local inclusion

radionz.co.nz - A new report on Pacific Tourism predicts growth and opportunity, as stakeholders warn on community development. Tourism in the Pacific is set to grow, as long as Chinese tourists and the ageing pop...

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Solomon Islands - Five Below | The Round Table

commonwealthroundtable.co.uk - Five small islands have disappeared beneath the waves in the Solomon Islands archipelago as rising sea levels, compounded by erosion due to high wave energy, swallow up more of the South Pacific na...

Standard Chartered’s job cuts nearly complete: SG CEO

hrmasia.com - The conditions a working interview provides can be really effective in assessing a candidate, as compared to traditional interview methodologies. It may not always be easy to replicate the “real” w...

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Olive Oil in Food and Beverages (Virgin Olive Oil, Refined Olive Oil, Extra Virgin Olive Oil) Market Research Report Now Available at Research Corridor

rundirectmagazine.com - Research Corridor has published a new research study titled “Olive Oil in Food and Beverages (Virgin Olive Oil, Refined Olive Oil, Extra Virgin Olive Oil) Market – Growth, Share, Opportunities, Com...

US returns remains of 54 indigenous people to New Zealand

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theguardian.com - Four mummified Māori heads have been returned to New Zealand as part of the second-largest repatriation of indigenous remains in the country’s history. Following five years of negotiations, the Smi...

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AP-INTACT: Pacific Anti-Corruption Updates (28 May 2016)

newsbin-apintact.blogspot.com - Get AP-INTACT posts on Twitter (https://twitter.com/apintactnetwork) From the UN Pacific Regional Anti-Corruption (UN-PRAC) Project, a joint four-year initiative of the United Nations Development P...

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Agnes Masoe: Accounting and the Pacific advantage

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eveningreport.nz - As Pacific people we have a bit of a head start when it comes to professional careers like accounting – thanks to the way many of us grow up. As part of a Pacific community and family we learn from...

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Women central to disaster response - Fiji Times Online

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fijitimes.com - Women are usually first responders after a disaster, putting their family and community's wellbeing first, a reason they should be at the centre of humanitarian responses. Picture: UNFPA PSRO/Ariel...

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