Monthly Archives: January 2015

Palau joins Project Eyes on the Seas

Palau joins Project Eyes on the Seas

Palau has joined the international ocean monitoring collective known as Project Eyes on the Seas. The Marianas Variety reports that Project Eyes on the Seas is a technology system designed to help monitor, detect and respond to suspected illegal fishing ...

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PNG opposition calls for Police Ombudsman

PNG opposition calls for Police Ombudsman

The opposition in Papua New Guinea has called for a Police Ombudsman to be established to deal with reports of police brutality. The opposition leader, Don Polye, says the government should set up a body to address issues of misconduct ...

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Sources: At least 26 killed in North Sinai attack

Sources: At least 26 killed in North Sinai attack

At least 26 people were killed and dozens more wounded, including civilians, during a series of militant attacks on army and police positions in Egypt’s volatile Sinai Peninsula, medical and security sources told Aswat Masriya, a news website that deals ...

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The cost of doing business in China: Spying

The cost of doing business in China: Spying

If you’re a tech company and want to do business in China, you’ll have to hand over the keys to your kingdom first. Strict, new Chinese government rules will subject foreign companies to tailor their products for use within China ...

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WHO: New Ebola cases drop to lowest level in 7 months

WHO: New Ebola cases drop to lowest level in 7 months

The number of new Ebola cases reported in the three worst-hit countries fell to its lowest level since late June, the World Health Organization said Thursday. Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone had a combined total of 99 new cases for ...

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Sitiveni Waqa back in national side after four years

Sitiveni Waqa back in national side after four years

A dissapointed Sitiveni Waqa returned from Sri Lanka last month after failing to secure a contract. Ben Ryan welcomed him back into the training squad and today he has been named and will don the white jumper again after four ...

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Major changes in Immigration Department

Major changes in Immigration Department

Major changes have been made by the Immigration Department to crack down on illegal immigrants. The new processes could see a drop in the number of people residing illegally in Fiji. The Immigration department is in the process of updating ...

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Major restructure in RFMF says Commander

Major restructure in RFMF says Commander

There is a major restructure planned within the Republic of the Fiji Military Force this year. Military Commander Brigadier General Mosese Tikoitoga made the annoucement this morning during his first parade for the year. Tikoitoga also revealed that the first ...

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Tropical cyclone update

Tropical cyclone update

A Tropical cyclone is expected to form in the next 24 hours, just outside of the Fiji group. Tropical Disturbance 08F and 09F are slowly moving around Fiji. According to the weather man, there is every possibility it could intensify ...

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PAC warns ministries to be better prepared

PAC warns ministries to be better prepared

Ministries that are summoned to appear before the Public Accounts Committtee need to be better prepared. This after the Committee claims most ministries fail to provide adequate responses and in turn delay the process. The Public Accounts Committee is calling ...

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