Monthly Archives: July 2015

Bobbi Kristina Brown dies at 22

Bobbi Kristina Brown dies at 22

Two days before she was found face-down in the bathtub at her home outside Atlanta in January, it seemed like Bobbi Kristina Brown’s career might have been picking up. “Let’s start this career up&&moving OUT to TO YOU ALLLL quick ...

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Ex-Indian President APJ Abdul Kalam dies

Ex-Indian President APJ Abdul Kalam dies

Former Indian president APJ Abdul Kalam, who was pivotal in the country’s nuclear weapons program, died Monday in northeastern India, his aide H. Sheridan told CNN. Kalam, 83, was known as the South Asian nation’s “missile man” for his role ...

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French Polynesia applies for Forum membership

French Polynesia applies for Forum membership

A Pacific Islands Forum mission has been in French Polynesia to assess its bid for membership of the Forum. The territory was granted observer status of the region’s peak political body in 2004. The Post Courier reports Papua New Guinea’s ...

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Fiji ranked Tier 2 in Global Trafficking report

Fiji ranked Tier 2 in Global Trafficking report

Fiji has been ranked in tier two of the Trafficking in Persons Report that has been released by the U-S State Department of State. A tier two ranking means countries whose governments do not fully comply with the Trafficking Victims ...

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Human trafficking high in Marshalls, PNG and Solomons

Human trafficking high in Marshalls, PNG and Solomons

The Marshall Islands has dropped further in the world rankings for human trafficking. The country ranks the worst out of all island Pacific nations in the US State Department’s Trafficking in Persons Report 2015. The Marshall Islands’ poor record revolves ...

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Fire victims remain in critical condition

Fire victims remain in critical condition

Victims of the early morning house fire in Tuatua Labasa yesterday remain in hospital. Police Spokesperson Ana Naisoro confirms the 2 and a half years old girl is still in a serious condition at the Labasa Hospital. Her 47 year ...

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New highway from Naqere to Kasavu

New highway from Naqere to Kasavu

The new 20 kilometers highway from Naqere to Kasavu in Vanua Levu was opened by Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama today. The new highway now links six villages and seven settlements along the highway to the outside world. Thousands of people ...

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Male advocacy training in west

Male advocacy training in west

23 men from violence free communities in the Western division will be part of a week long training on male advocacy. The training has been organized by the Ministry of Women and conducted by the Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre. ‘Changing ...

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Drought response plan for farmers

Drought response plan for farmers

With the effects of the current drought expected to worsen during the months of September and October, the Ministry of Agriculture is already coordinating a drought response plan for farmers in the Western division. The dry spell is currently taking ...

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