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Introducing the Srnt Oceania Chapter

Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Jun 17, 2018 08:28

[Oceania, Solomon Islands] Govt considers licensing second tobacco manufacturer

If licensed, Oceanic Oasis will be the second tobacco manufacturer in Solomon Islands and bring the total of tobacco businesses in the country to three
Solomon Islands Broadcasting Corporation (sb)
added Apr 13, 2018 15:58

[Northern Marianas Islands, Oceania] REACH effort targets dangers of secondhand smoke

The Racial Ethnic Approach to Community Health has launched a new anti-tobacco campaign, this time making people aware of the dangers of exposure to secondhand smoke. REACH project assistant Hee Jae Lee said the campaign is specific to reducing exposure
Saipan Tribune (mp)
added Sep 11, 2017 06:23

[Australia, Oceania, UK] Time to stub out tabacco? Exploring tobacco free portfolios

In 2010 Founder and CEO of Tobacco Free Portfolios, Dr. Bronwyn King inadvertently discovered that most pension funds, including her own, invested in tobacco. As a radiation oncologist treating cancer patients she decided to act, and approached her fu
Asset View (CAMRADATA) (uk)
added Jun 7, 2017 18:21

[Oceania, Solomon Islands] Third cigarette producer heading here

Dr Geoff Kenilorea told the Solomon Star a third tobacco company is eying the local market. “I heard from Customs that an overseas tobacco firm has their building materials offloaded at the ports wharf,” DrKenilorea said. “But we haven’t receive an appl
Solomon Star Newspaper (sb)
added Jun 1, 2017 01:54

[Fiji, Oceania] Village Leads Levuka In Tobacco-Free Programme

A rural community based in Levuka, Ovalau has been commended for its efforts to create a tobacco-free environment. Naviteitei Village in the tikina of Bureta became the first community in Levuka to declare Bureta community hall as the tobacco-free zone.
Fiji Sun (fj)
added May 3, 2017 22:33

[Fiji, Oceania] WHO and OCO Sign to Tackle Illicit Tobacco Trade Problem

Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) at the World Health Organisation (WHO) office in Suva, yesterday. The MoU was signed between the OCO and WHO to work together in sharing information and ideas relevant to preventing and eliminating illicit tobacco trade.
Fiji Sun (fj)
added Mar 29, 2017 19:09

[Fiji, Oceania] High demand for illicit tobacco

Today the OCO and WHO signed a memorandum of understanding to work together in sharing information and ideas relevant to preventing and eliminating illicit tobacco trade.
Fiji Broadcasting Corporation (FBC) (fj)
added Mar 31, 2017 18:24

[Fiji, Oceania] WCO emphasizes priorities during Asia/Pacific Regional Meeting 2017

The delegates agreed on a Regional Strategic Plan and discussed several topics including the measures to counter tobacco smuggling, private sector involvement, including the possibility of back-to-back engagement with them at next year's regional meeting
World Customs Organization (be)
added Mar 31, 2017 18:26

[Oceania] Developing antitobacco mass media campaign messages in a low-resource setting: experience from the Kingdom of Tonga

The Tongan experience underscores the importance of an adaptation process that draws from evidence-based best-practice models and engages local and regional stakeholders to ensure that campaign materials are tailored to the local context and are embedded
Tobacco Control
added Dec 29, 2016 00:36
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