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    Paul Gauguin Cruises Plans New Fiji-Bali Trips

Paul Gauguin Cruises Plans New Fiji-Bali Trips

  Always wanted to cruise to Fiji and Bali? Here’s an opportunity: Paul Gauguin Cruises is planning new itineraries for 2017 that begin and end in the two destinations. This

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    Drought Closing Schools And  Hospital In PNG’s Chimbu

Drought Closing Schools And Hospital In PNG’s Chimbu

Port Moresby: The governor of Chimbu Province in Papua New Guinea says the effects of El Niño there are so severe schools are closing, public servants aren’t working and the

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    $10,000 Boost For Fijian Pearls

$10,000 Boost For Fijian Pearls

ANZ Fiji donated a cheque purse of $10,000 to the Fijian Pearls Netball team yesterday. As a premier sponsor for the 2015 Netball World Cup which will be held in

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    Tuitubou Reassures Rabi

Tuitubou Reassures Rabi

The recent visit to Rabi by the Minister for Youth and Sports, Laisenia Tuitubou, has reassured Fijians living there of Government’s commitment to youth development. As the minister ended his

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    Japan Hears Pacific Way

Japan Hears Pacific Way

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama addressed fellow Pacific island leaders yesterday during the PALM7 Summit and reminded them that the Pacific way of dealing with issues was not to be ostracising

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    Abe Promises Level Playing Field

Abe Promises Level Playing Field

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe says the partnership between Japan and the Pacific island nations will be one of equality. While opening the PALM7 meeting at the Spa Hawaiians Resort

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    FOCUS: PM Abe Optimistic Of pacific, Japan Ties

FOCUS: PM Abe Optimistic Of pacific, Japan Ties

It is my great pleasure to welcome leaders from the Pacific Island Countries (PICs) and holding the seventh Pacific Island Leaders Meeting (PALM7) on the 22nd and 23rd of May.

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    Teachers Lend A Hand

Teachers Lend A Hand

More help from Fiji is heading to Vanuatu. This time, the Fijian Teachers Association has donated school books and stationery worth $30,000 to the Vanuatu Teachers Union. Cyclone Pam in

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    Fiji Tongans Greet Pohiva

Fiji Tongans Greet Pohiva

The Tongan Community in Fiji yesterday hosted the Tongan Prime Minister, Samiuela ‘Akilisi Pohiva, to a church service at the Api Tonga Church in Laucala Bay, Suva. The church’s chief

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Break Silence, Stop Violence, Says Dr Luveni

  Break Silence, Stop Violence, Says Dr Luveni

The Speaker of the Fijian Parliament, Dr Jiko Luveni, has urged Pacific parliamentarians to do their best to “break the

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Fijian Medics Report Drop In Hospital Visits

  Fijian Medics Report Drop In Hospital Visits

Fijian health professionals conducting awareness programmes in Vanuatu in the wake of Severe Tropical Cyclone Pam are reporting a drop

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Three Schools Resume Classes

  Three Schools Resume Classes

If there is a need to send more personnel to Vanuatu, the Republic of Fiji Military Forces is prepared to

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FNU Relief Items For Pacific

  FNU Relief Items For Pacific

The Fiji National University (FNU) donated relief items to the High Commissions of Vanuatu, Kiribati and Tuvalu yesterday. The Vanuatu

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Rebuilding Schools Priority: Tagicakibau

  Rebuilding Schools Priority:  Tagicakibau

Engineers of the Republic of Fiji Military Forces (RFMF), are currently helping in the rehabilitation of two schools on Vanuatu’s

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Fiji Team In Tafea

  Fiji Team In Tafea

The Fiji Response Health Team is currently in Tanna Island in the province of Tafea in Vanuatu. Fiji Response team

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USP Fundraising For Kiribati, Tuvalu Hits Target

  USP Fundraising For Kiribati, Tuvalu Hits Target

A fundraising effort by the University of the South Pacific Campus Life students for secondary school students in Kiribati and

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FOCUS: How Fiji Was Saved From Pam

  FOCUS: How Fiji Was Saved From Pam

With a super system of intense destructive intensity, almost stationary in the initial few days 1000 km north-northwest of Fiji,

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Emalus Campus Reopens

  Emalus Campus Reopens

The University of the South Pacific’s Emalus Campus in Port Vila, Vanuatu,  opened for classes this week after being closed

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FIJI Water For Vanuatu

  FIJI Water For Vanuatu

More Fijian help are trickling in to help the people of Vanuatu rebuild from the effects of Severe Tropical Cyclone

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Fijian Team Briefed In Vanuatu

  Fijian Team Briefed In Vanuatu

The 40-member Fijian support team in  Vanuatu is expected to be deployed today to areas affected by Severe Tropical Cyclone

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India Gives US$250K For Cyclone Rehab

  India Gives US$250K For Cyclone Rehab

The Government of India has given US$ 250,000 to Vanuatu to help with relief and rehabilitation efforts in the aftermath

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Blown By The Wind

  Blown By The Wind

Uraia Segati, a final year Law student at the University of the South Pacific, cannot forget the nightmare and experience

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Three Bound For Tuvalu, Nauru

  Three Bound For Tuvalu, Nauru

Three retired teachers who have been awarded contracts under Government’s volunteer scheme to teach in Tuvalu and Nauru are eager

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Kiribati Issue

  Kiribati Issue

The sale of land in    Vanua Levu to the iKiribati people and Government was in order as the land was

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Fiji To Help Vanuatu, Evacuate Fijians

  Fiji To Help Vanuatu, Evacuate Fijians

Fiji will be the first country on the ground in cyclone-stricken Vanuatu with urgent relief supplies if Port Vila airport

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‘A Night Of Terror’

  ‘A Night Of Terror’

A Suva-based United Nations agency worker   in Vanuatu, when Tropical Cyclone Pam hit, yesterday described her experience  “as a night

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Students Survive Harrowing Experience

  Students Survive Harrowing Experience

After surviving a scary experience last Friday night, some Fijian students in Port Vila have moved to a flat in,

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Our Students Run For Safety

  Our Students Run For Safety

Twenty-one Fijian law students fled to higher ground for safety as Cyclone Pam hit Port Vila, Vanuatu, last night. And

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Spy Alert

  Spy Alert

Spying will be part of a comprehensive review of  national security, says Esala Teleni, the country’s chairman of the Defence

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