Monday, August 21, 2017

REVIEW: The Blue Marlin Club

Bites doesn’t often rave on and on about a dining experience, but if the Blue Marlin Club continues as it has started, it will soon become one of ‘the’ destinations in PV.

Going for gold – socially responsible business

Businesses, especially very small, small and medium sized businesses are the lifeblood of the Pacific.

Bites – eat, drink and go shopping

Le Café du Village restaurant has its monthly Village Market on this Sunday.

Bites – what’s on the menu

Despite the roadworks, Kesorn is finding her Exotic Thai restaurant is still one of the most popular restaurants in Vila, especially her Thursday night buffet.

Portrait exhibition to open at Suzanne Bastien gallery

Throughout art history the portrait has been a means for the artist to record stories of people, place and the subject’s impact on their life during that time.

Going for gold – being the best you can be!

Today the focus is on healthy staff, happy staff – productive staff.

Commonwealth produces checklist to support more women into politics

Commonwealth Deputy Secretary-General Dr Josephine Ojiambo said she was keen to identify which strategies have worked for overcoming some of the cultural and political barriers that often prevent many women from entering the political sphere.

Bites – your foodie update

Divi’s is a restaurant to relax and enjoy when you have time - and so it proved, with good company and a fine host.

Illegal fishing threatens far more than Ocean health

Fishing vessels are used in a wide range of transgressions, including arms and wildlife smuggling, human trafficking, modern slavery, and more, including illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing.

Going for gold – being the best you can be

Today the focus is on how we organise our businesses with our customers in mind.