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By Calvin Prasad in Suva Fiji's Attorney-General and Minister for Finance Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum has welcomed the relaxation of requirements for Fiji National Provident Fund (FNPF)...

Reviewed by Jeremy Agar of CAFCA and published on Nuclear Free and Independent Day. EYES OF FIRE: The Last Voyage Of The Rainbow Warrior, by David...

By Maggie Boyle in Suva Students attending schools managed by TISI Sangam, Fiji's largest non-government organisation, in some cyclone-ravaged areas will be provided lunch for...

A CNN report at the time of the Bento Rodrigues disaster broadcast on 6 November 2015. Source: Noticias Esporte De Hoje ABC Four Corners investigative...

Behind the Blockade, by Veronica Hatutasi. Boroko, Papua New Guinea: Word Publishing Company. 233 pages hardcover. ISBN 978-9980-89-024-5. Reviewed by Anna Solomon Behind the Blockade, by...

OPINION: Vanuatu Daily Digest has raised the issue of negligible public awareness of Radio Vanuatu (VBTC) planned developments with a Chinese company over extending...

By Serafina Silaitoga of the Fiji Times Eight-month-old Waseroma Rasavou survived 14 hours in an esky cooler as the savage tropical storm battered a remote...

One of the suspects directly involved in the bombing attacks in the Thamrin Boulevard business district in the heart of central Jakarta early last...

By Ashutosh Singh of Newswire Fiji More assistance from New Zealand is expected to arrive in the country today. This was confirmed by a representative of New...

By Anish Chand in Rakiraki, Fiji Rakiraki town, in one of the worst cyclone Winston-ravaged areas in Fiji's northwestern Viti Levu island, is expected to...

By Junior Ukaha and Pisai Gumar in Lae and Michael Guba in Port Moresby Eleven prison inmates in Papua New Guinea have been shot dead...

By Verleshwar Singh and Peni Shute of Newswire Fiji Fiji's Minister for National Disaster Management, Colonel Inia Seruiratu, has lashed out at political parties that...

By Jonas Cullwick in Port Vila Vanuatu's Opposition has suggested to the Head of State, President Baldwin Lonsdale, that any decision to free 14 former...

By Jonas Cullwick in Port Vila Vanuatu's Opposition has expressed sadness with the government and the people of Fiji, and people of Vanuatu and students...

As aid has started to flow to parts of Fiji left devastated by severe tropical cyclone Winston, the Fiji Times chief editor says that...

By Akuila Cama of Fiji One News One of 42 people who perished in Fiji from severe tropical cyclone Winston was a 72-year-old woman, Selai...

Veronica Hatutasi on difficulties facing authors in Papua New Guinea in an EMTV interview. By Adam Elliott Journalist Veronica Hatutasi has recently launched her new book...

On September 18, 2013, two Greenpeace International activists were arrested during a peaceful protest at a Gazprom oil platform in the Russian Arctic. A...

About 100 hundred homes in Korovou village in Tavua have been damaged. There have been no deaths in the community, but the peoople have pleaded...

By Shayal Devi of The Fiji Times Fiji's coastal district of Nakorotubu, Ra, which includes more than 10 villages and a population of more than...

By Dr Alan Knight in Sydney Moderate Muslims were losing the media war with ISIS, according to leading Turkish journalist, Kerim Balci. ”Authentic” Muslims were losing...

By Lice Movono-Rova of Newswire Fiji Forty-two people have died as a result of severe tropical cyclone Winston, says Fiji’s Ambassador to the United Nations Peter...