Monthly Archives: October 2014

New income tax laws soon

New income tax laws soon

Businesses are expected to operate better with a new Income Tax law that will soon come into force. The document is in the final stages of consultation. The review of  the country’s taxation system has been ongoing. Chartered Acountant Nurbano ...

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Bishop visits parliament

Bishop visits parliament

And later this afternoon, Julie Bishop also visited our parliament chambers. It was a chance for her to see where Fiji’s brand new democracy works out of. Bishop also met with Speaker of Parliament Dr Jiko Luveni who shared her ...

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PM says PACER talks won't be in vain

PM says PACER talks won't be in vain

The Fiji Government has also assured that it re-entry into the Pacific Agreement on Closer Economic Relations or PACER talks won’t be in vain. Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama they his Government remains determined to secure an agreement that takes into ...

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Pinktober momentum continues

Pinktober momentum continues

The Pinktober momentum continues to grow. Today a series of fundraising events around the initiative was held at various centers by various organisations. This was at Digicel’s Suva office this morning as staff hosted the Minister for Women and Social ...

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Australia and Fiji mend relations

Australia and Fiji mend relations

Today’s visit by Australia’s Foreign Minister Julie Bishop should mark the beginning of new political and economic ties with our biggest trading partner. Bishop’s two day official visit also coincides with fresh attempts by both Governments to press the re-set ...

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Australian projects create thousands of jobs

Australian projects create thousands of jobs

A total of 226 Australian projects worth more than $1 billion have been registered in Fiji over the past six years. And according to Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama, at least 99percent implemented during that same period have since created more ...

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Australia and Fiji to relegate diplomatic representation

Australia and Fiji to relegate diplomatic representation

And both Governments have also today announced the exchange of High Commissioners. Ms Bishop also indicated that Australia has now lifted all bans imposed on Fiji also paving the way for the restoration of defence ties. This comes after eight ...

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New chapter in Fiji Australia relations begins

New chapter in Fiji Australia relations begins

The Fiji and Australian Foreign Ministers have today issued a joint statement. In it they state they are pleased to have met in Suva to reaffirm their mutual commitment to taking the bilateral relationship forward to a new era of ...

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$4billion of FNPF funds used as government security

$4billion of FNPF funds used as government security

Fiji National Provident Fund Chief Investment Officer Jaoji Koroi today disclosed how much of FNPF funds has been used as government security. Koroi told the Fiji Australia Business Council Forum this afternoon, this is a challenge for the Fund “You ...

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Lautoka residents petition rezoning

Lautoka residents petition rezoning

A group of citizens in the Sugar City are calling on authorities to consider their plight following the announcement of proposed development works on one of Lautoka’s landmarks. Our west team spoke to the man behind a campaign to try ...

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