SUVA, Fiji --- The Pacific Islands Private Sector Organisation (PIPSO) says a European Union report on fisheries in the region does not reflect the real situation.
SUVA, Fiji ----The Fiji Police Force and the Republic of Fiji Military Forces (RFMF) have both recommended the ratification of the UN Convention Against Torture (UNCAT).
SUVA, Fiji --- Fiji continues to strengthen and expand its foreign relations.
SUVA, Fiji --- Three National Tourism Organisations (NTO) and four private sector members are geared up to participate at the 2015 International Tourism Bureau (ITB Berlin), one of the world’s leading and biggest travel trade shows held annually in Europe.
SUVA, Fiji --- Recent reports of alleged torture as well as a video that went viral in 2013 which appeared to show Fijian prisoners being beaten with metal bars and baton, underline the need to ratify UNCAT, two women NGOs said in a joint submission to the Standing Committee on ...
SUVA, Fiji --- Fiji will soon have a national security system in place that will make it suitable for the challenges we face in a rapidly evolving regional and global environment, says Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama.
SUVA, Fiji ---- Two Fijian nationals who were crew members of a fishing vessel are believed to have drowned near Phoenix Island Reef in Kiribati.
SUVA, Fiji --- A petition for Fijians to stand in solidarity with the people of West Papua in their application to be full membership of the Melanesian Spearhead Group will be delivered to Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama in late April.
SUVA, Fiji --- A high level team from the European Union office in Brussels will be in Fiji this week holding discussions on the interim Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) which Fiji has agreed to.
FIJI Airways Chief Executive Officer Stefan Pichler is leaving the airline after propelling them to a record breaking profit margin which is expected to exceed $60 million (US$29.14m) for the 2014 financial year. Pichler had wanted to stay in the job for four years. But a distress call from his ...
THANK you for the coverage on West Papua in your January issue. I was pleasantly surprised to see that IBI went to great lengths to cover what is to me - the greatest cover up of the 21st Century and that - happening right in our Pacific backyard. So kudos ...
I hope you will enjoy reading the finer details about one of the region’s largest buyout in recent times, with Bank South Pacific snapping up Westpac Bank’s operations in five island countries.
SUVA, Fiji ---- The inaugural direct flight from Shanghai to Fiji means more jobs, more foreign exchange earnings and diversification to ensure a wider tourism base, says Rosie Holidays Managing Director Tony Whitton.
SUVA, Fiji --- Fiji’s Attorney General and Minister for Public Enterprise Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum has accused National Federation Party Parliamentary Leader Biman Prasad of lacking understanding of the civil aviation industry whilst defending Government’s investment in the national airline, Fiji Airways.
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Fiji’s television company Fiji TV today announced its divesting its Papua New Guinea owned television subsidiary Media Niugini Limited for Kina 27 million, or US$9.98 million.
SUVA, Fiji ----- Fiji and Australia are expected to sign a Memorandum of Understanding on the seasonal workers scheme before the end of the month.
SUVA, Fiji --- The British High Commission in Suva says the removal of the Union Jack and the Shield from the Fiji flag will not break the ties the United Kingdom shares with Fiji.
SUVA, Fiji ---- National Federation Party (NFP) Parliamentary leader and Opposition member Professor Biman Prasad insists there are more important issues for the Fijian Government to deal with than making plans to change the country's flag.
SUVA, Fiji ----- The shortage of highly trained locals forces Government to rely on expatriates, says Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama.
NADI, Fiji --- Fiji's border control agents are aware that ports of entry in the Western Division are vulnerable and being targeted by illicit drug traffickers and other illegal activities, hence the move to work with stakeholders to curb the problem.
SUVA, Fiji --- The judicial authorities in French Polynesia have further eased some restrictions imposed on the disgraced former president, Gaston Flosse, who is charged over the alleged theft of China goods from the presidency.
SUVA, Fiji ---- The Fijian Elections Office (FEO) has started conducting sessions for trade unions to assist them in understanding the new standards and concepts of International standard they require before their elections.
SUVA, Fiji ---- Emerging and current human rights issues in the region will be the focus of a three-day consultation this week (28-30 January) with members of parliament from 15 Pacific island countries.
SUVA, Fiji ----- Fijian government ministry representatives have been invited by the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) to verify and detail discrepancies highlighted in the Auditor-Generals reports.
SUVA, Fiji ----- Fijian military veterans from Britain's Christmas Island nuclear tests will be compensated by Fiji.
- Wed 25 Feb - Fiji: Private sector says EU fisheries report inaccurate
- Wed 25 Feb - Tonga: World Bank Regional Vice President to meet Tongan Prime Minister today
- Wed 25 Feb - Fiji: Fiji disciplinary forces support UN Convention Against Torture
- Tue 24 Feb - Tonga: Princess Tu'ipelehake fights for Fatai residence in Court
- Tue 24 Feb - Tuvalu: Tuvalu and Kiribati push for legal agreement on local crews for purse seine vessels in PNA waters
- Tue 24 Feb - Fiji: Fiji continues to expand foreign relations
- Tue 24 Feb - Tuvalu: Tuvaluans residing in Fiji need to extend their visas if they want to stay longer
- Tue 24 Feb - Tuvalu: Peak tide affects Tuvaluan communities living in coastal and low-lying areas
- Tue 24 Feb - France: Agriculture must change
- Tue 24 Feb - Australia: Pacific connected: A regional approach to development challenges facing island nations