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    Government Puts In Place Policy For Foreign Vessels

Government Puts In Place Policy For Foreign Vessels

Acting Prime Minister Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum has reiterated that Government has put in place a number of policy and legislation to set out the roles and responsibilities of various agencies that

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    People Rescued As Boat Runs Aground

People Rescued As Boat Runs Aground

Crew of a China-registered fishing vessel were rescued on Thursday night after it ran aground at the entrance to the  Suva Harbour. Officials from the Fiji Maritime Surveillance Rescue Coordination

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    We Know Our Role: Tawake

We Know Our Role: Tawake

The Navy is responsible for maritime needs in border control, such as watching over Fiji’s exclusive economic zone and organising task and rescue missions. This was confirmed by the Navy

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    Bilibili Race In Wainikoro Today

Bilibili Race In Wainikoro Today

  For the first time a bilibili (bamboo raft) race takes place at the Wainikoro River outside Labasa today. The event is organised by the Nadogo Bilibili Association. Association member

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    Fishing Provides His Source of Survival

Fishing Provides His Source of Survival

Elvin Kumar, 34, did not know about the Northern Devel­opment Programme (NDP) grant until a friend told him about it. And, for that, he will be forever thankful. The father-of-one

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    Marine Safety Boost For Taveuni

Marine Safety Boost For Taveuni

The establishment of the Maritime Safety Authority of Fiji (MSAF) office will boost the confidence of the private sector and investors to do more business in Taveuni. Prime Minister Voreqe

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    MSAF To Finalise Contract  To Salvage Sunken Vessel

MSAF To Finalise Contract To Salvage Sunken Vessel

The Maritime Safety Authority of Fiji (MSAF) has confirmed that a contractor from abroad will salvage the Southern Phoenix vessel in the Suva Harbour. MSAF safety, compliance and response manager

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    MSAF Part Of Maritime Legislation Drafting

MSAF Part Of Maritime Legislation Drafting

The Maritime Safety Authority of Fiji (MSAF) represented Fiji at an interactive workshop on General Principles of Drafting National Legislation to Implement International Maritime Organisation (IMO) Conventions. The workshop was

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    Ratu Luke  Students March Forward Now

Ratu Luke Students March Forward Now

The way is now forward for the students of Ratu Luke Memorial primary and secondary schools after the commissioning of their new school facilities yesterday. This included a library and

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MV SOUTHERN PHOENIX REMOVAL ORDER ISSUED

  MV SOUTHERN PHOENIX REMOVAL ORDER ISSUED

  The Fiji Ports Corporation Limited (FPCL) has issued the removal order to Cruz Holdings Limited, the owner of the

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MSAF Participates In The Maritime Leaders Forum

  MSAF Participates In The Maritime Leaders Forum

The Maritime Safety Authority of Fiji (MSAF) CEO, Mr John Tunidau, participated at the Malaysia’s Maritime Leaders Seminar, the Langkawi

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Tunidau: Not enough Maritime enforcement officers available

  Tunidau: Not enough Maritime  enforcement officers available

The number of Maritime Safety Authority of Fiji enforcement officers based around the country are still insufficient. This was revealed

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MSAF Approves New Passenger Capacity For Lomaiviti Princess IV

  MSAF Approves New Passenger Capacity For Lomaiviti Princess IV

The Maritime Safety Authority of Fiji (MSAF) has approved and increase the passenger capacity of the Lomaiviti Princess IV (LP

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New Floating Dock At Levuka

  New Floating Dock  At Levuka

Fiji will soon have a new floating dock, to be based in Levuka. Speaking to the Fiji Sun, the managing

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MSAF And Police To Conduct Joint Training And Enforcement Operations

  MSAF And Police To Conduct Joint Training And Enforcement Operations

The Maritime Safety Authority of Fiji (MSAF) chief executive officer, John Tunidau, met with Commissioner of Police, Brigadier General Sitiveni

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MSAF CEO Attends International Meeting On Marine Pollution

  MSAF CEO Attends International Meeting On Marine Pollution

The Maritime Safety Authority of Fiji’s [MSAF] chief executive officer, John Tunidau, attended the 38th Consultative Meeting of Contracting Parties

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PacWIMA Chairperson Talks About Association

  PacWIMA Chairperson Talks About Association

Mavis E V Joseph-Logavatu, was appointed Chairperson of the Pacific Women in Maritime Association (PacWIMA) at the conference held in

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Winston Disrupts Shipping Services

  Winston  Disrupts  Shipping Services

  Inter island  shipping services may not resume any time soon after Tropical Cyclone Winston left behind a huge destruction

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She Mans The Ship

  She Mans The Ship

Seafaring is a physically demanding job that is supposedly more suited to men. Most women seafarers are hired in cruise

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Kumar Completes Higher Navigation Training

  Kumar Completes Higher Navigation Training

Sunil Kumar, a navigation safety officer with Maritime Safety Authority of Fiji (MSAF) has successfully completed an Aids to Navigation

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Joseph’s Success To Benefit Fiji

  Joseph’s Success To Benefit Fiji

Mavis Joseph, a Legal, Risks and Audit Officer with the Maritime Safety Authority of Fiji (MSAF) has successfully attained a

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Investigations Continue On Stranded Vessel

  Investigations Continue On Stranded Vessel

An officer from the Maritime Safety Authority of Fiji (MSAF) has been tasked to investigate the case surrounding the stranded

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Up Vessel Clearance Speed, Says Tunidau

  Up Vessel Clearance Speed, Says Tunidau

The timely clearance of vessels that visit our shores is a priority, the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and

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Tunidau: Need For More Port State Officers

  Tunidau: Need For More Port State Officers

One of the main challenges faced by the Maritime Safety Authority of Fiji (MSAF) is the lack of Port State

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