Monthly Archives: July 2014

Ratu Epeli visit ICRC Museum in Geneva

Ratu Epeli visit ICRC Museum in Geneva

Relations between the International Red Cross Society (ICRC) and Fiji were strengthened this week following the visit by His Excellency the President Ratu Epeli Nailatikau to the ICRC headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland. The Fijian Head of State met the ICRC ...

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Fiji President visits Geneva Mission

Fiji President visits Geneva Mission

The Fijian President has commended the Fiji Mission in Geneva for strengthening Fiji’s relations since it established office this year. He urged Fiji’s first Permanent Representative to the United Nations in Geneva Ambassador Nazhat Shameem Khan and the staff at ...

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Wheelchairs donated to CWM by Vodafone ATH Foundation

Wheelchairs donated to CWM by Vodafone ATH Foundation

The Colonial Memorial Hospital today received a timely boost. This is after the Vodafone ATH Foundation donated much needed wheelchairs to the hospital. CWM Medical Superintendent Dr Jemesa Tukana said the wheelchairs will be used to help will the mobility ...

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ANZ Pacific gives vote of confidence in Fiji’s economy

ANZ Pacific gives vote of confidence in Fiji’s economy

One of the country’s major commercial banks, ANZ has today described the current economic climate in Fiji as positive and conducive to more investment possibilities. The Head of ANZ’s Fiji and Pacific operations Vishnu Mohan made the remarks while speaking ...

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ILO Delegation to visit Fiji in October

ILO Delegation to visit Fiji in October

A high level International Labour Organisation delegation will visit Fiji in October. This was revealed by our Permanent Representative to the United Office, Nazhat Shameem as she briefed President Ratu Epeli Nailatikau when he visited the Fiji Embassy in Geneva ...

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Can a palm weevil cure world hunger?

Can a palm weevil cure world hunger?

Palm weevils. To look at, these tiny bugs are relatively unassuming, perhaps even slightly creepy to the insect-adverse. To Mohammed Ashour, however, they are the solution to many of the ills facing the developing world. The humble palm weevil could ...

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Arsons, ATM theft on Solomons police radar

Arsons, ATM theft on Solomons police radar

Solomon Islands police are closely monitoring a suburb in Honiara in which three houses were burnt the ground at the weekend. Police officials say fighting broke out between families in the White River/Independence Valley district and this led to the ...

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