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  1. New airline routeRead the original story

    Monday Dec 15 | Fiji Times

    A NEW route between Wellington and Nadi will be introduced in June next year, as part of a network expansion by Fiji Airways. A statement from the national carrier said this reflected a strong performance in both New Zealand and the global arena and this new route will open up an additional 328 seats per week between New Zealand and Fiji.

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  2. Big demand for travel to Samoa-All Blacks testRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 17, 2014 | The New Zealand Herald

    Former Manu Samoa rugby player Mark Birtwistle will be in Apia with family and friends to support his old team next July. Photo / Jason Oxenham Flights to Samoa around the date of next year's All Blacks match are almost three times as expensive as those the week before - putting them out of reach of the average Kiwi fan, a sports tour organiser says.

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  3. Big demand for travel to Samoa testRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 17, 2014 | The New Zealand Herald

    Former Manu Samoa rugby player Mark Birtwistle will be in Apia with family and friends to support his old team next July. Photo / Jason Oxenham Flights to Samoa around the date of next year's All Blacks match are almost three times as expensive as those the week before - putting them out of reach of the average Kiwi fan, a sports tour organiser says.

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  4. US/NZ host international workshop on ocean acidificationRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 27, 2014 | NBR Newsroom

    Leading international ocean scientists and policy experts are today gathering in Apia, Samoa to better understand the threat ocean acidification poses to Pacific Island nations.

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  5. No further punishment for London Irish star Jebb Sinclair after red card for Canada against ScotlandRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 16, 2014 | Get Reading

    The offer, which has been submitted to Vibrac, the offshore lending company currently controlling the sale of the club, will also wipe out Royals' overall debt of around A 21m.

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