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    The Twice-Bombed, The Twice-Blessed?

The Twice-Bombed, The Twice-Blessed?

In a New Anthology of Contemporary World Poetry, published last month titled The Second Genesis, containing poetry from 60 countries in 546 pages—from Albania to the USA—one poem from the

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    NFP’s plans on land, sugar

NFP’s plans on land, sugar

NFP recognises that land and the issue of agricultural leases has always been contentious and a source of bitter and acrimonious debates. NFP has in the past strongly advocated for

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    Technology for climate change adaptation

Technology for climate change adaptation

Lynell Talei Dibose Koli describes herself as confident, intelligent and pleasant and she wants to highlight how useful technology will be towards the Climate Change Adaptation Programme. The 19-year-old 2014

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    Bleeding Wounds  Of Racism In Fiji

Bleeding Wounds Of Racism In Fiji

The pain of racism on Indo-Fijians is like a suppurating wound that is not allowed to heal, as racist bigots lurk in the shadows to pounce on them at every

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    Coconut Wireless

Coconut Wireless

Remember  Rabuka It seems some in the National Federation Party have got short memories or a way with words. This was after proudly promoting that they are the only political

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    A SENSE OF  BELONGINGNESS

A SENSE OF BELONGINGNESS

PROFESSOR SATENDRA NANDAN REFLECTS ON HIS LATEST BOOK, NADI: MEMORIES OF A RIVER, PUBLISHED LAST WEEK. It’s now available in Fiji bookshops. The volume contains prose and poetry: It explores

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    CLIMATE CHANGE – ATOLL NATIONS CALL FOR URGENT ACTION

CLIMATE CHANGE – ATOLL NATIONS CALL FOR URGENT ACTION

GLOBAL response to climate change ‘IS FAR TOO SLOW’ President Anote Tong of Kiribati says that as full participating citizens of the world, it is time that we no longer

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    Memories of Libraries

Memories of Libraries

by Satendra Nandan Libraries are more than places for readings and books—they are really the collective memories of human conversation and a little more in silence. For us they stock

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    Putting Fiji’s Cost of Living in Perspective

Putting Fiji’s Cost of Living in Perspective

by Dr Crosie Walsh (Emeritus professor Crosbie Walsh pioneered development studies in New Zealand and the Pacific Islands, including a distinguished career at the University of the South Pacific in

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NEW FORUM OFFERS CHALLENGES FOR U.S.

  NEW FORUM OFFERS CHALLENGES FOR U.S.

The message is clear—the PIDF is an alternative to the region’s traditional architecture, especially the Pacific Islands Forum The absence

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