Fiji Travel Newswire (Page 4)

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  1. US peacekeeping division assesses Fiji's standingRead the original story

    Jul 17, 2017 | Fiji Times

    Update: 2:46PM A DELEGATION from the US Department of States Police Peacekeeping Division is visiting specialised units of the Fiji Police Force to scope ways to assist in sending more personnel to United Nations missions. The delegation, led by US Department of State Police Peacekeeping program officer Nachama Rosen, Police advisor Glenn Crannage and Suva-based Regional Security officer Shawn Grew, paid a courtesy visit to Commissioner of Police Brigadier-General Sitiveni Qiliho before commencing their three-day tour.

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  2. SJC rules in SuvaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 17, 2017 | Fiji Times

    THEIR sacrifice to travel to Suva and play their pool games paid off as newcomer St John's College shocked the Capital City schools with a shocking win in the under-19 secondary school zone basketball competition on Saturday. The Levuka-based school's basketball team met Gospel High School in the semi-final and crush favourites Yat Sen Secondary School's hope 27-22 in the final.

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  3. Tech camp for mediaRead the original story

    Jul 12, 2017 | Fiji Times

    Update: 2:39PM UP TO 25 regional journalists and civil society leaders from five Pacific countries including Fiji will benefit from the experience of two media powerhouses, the BBC and CNN at camp hosted by the United States Embassy in Suva. According to a statement from the US Embassy, the camp is a "three-day interactive, participant-driven, hands-on training on mobile journalism and new technologies in researching, verifying and reporting information."

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  4. 200 graduateRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 12, 2017 | Fiji Times

    National Training and Productivity Centre's Department of Hospitality and Tourism graduates pose for a photo after receiving their certificates in Nadi. Picture: REINAL CHAND While congratulating their achievements, he said the tourism and hospitality industry continued to be a thriving employment market for young people.

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  5. New Zealand movie star to speak at spinal charityRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 11, 2017 | Fiji Times

    Simon Lavulo joins Viti Spinal Injuries Association of Fiji President Paul McGoon and Australian High Commissioner Margaret Twomey during the presentation in Suva. Picture: Supplied NEW Zealand actor Temuera Morrison will be in Fiji next week as the chief guest and main speaker during the Viti Spinal Injuries Association of Fiji Old Skool Ball.

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  6. Show attracts 50,000Read the original story

    Jul 5, 2017 | Fiji Times

    Update: 5:42PM OVER 50,000 people have gone through the Fiji Showcase 2017 ever since it opened last Saturday. Total Event Company manager Loretta Jackson said there has been an increase in people visiting the event this year compared to last year.

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  7. Aussie vets conduct free spaying and neutering of dogsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 5, 2017 | Fiji Times

    Veterinarian Dr Julie Ramsay pets Ceaser as dog owner Severo Ratulevu looks on during the free spaying and neutering of dogs at Ministry of Agriculture - Animal Health and Production Division in Vatuwaqa, Suva, yesterday. Picture: RAMA IN a bid to control the population of stray dogs in Suva, a team of veterinarians from Charles Sturt University in Australia is in the country conducting free spaying and neutering of dogs.

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  8. WSU students on study tour in FijiRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 4, 2017 | Hawkesbury Gazette

    IN THE FIELD: Sally-ann co-owns Eather Group, a local truck and earth moving business which is centred around recycling natural materials. SALLY-ANN Eather is one of eight high-achieving female students studying science and engineering at Western Sydney University who have embarked on a study tour of Fiji, focussing on waste management.

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  9. Harvard students in Suva concertRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 4, 2017 | Fiji Times

    Update: 5:08PM TWELVE undergraduate students of the famed Harvard University in Massachusetts in the United States will sing with the renown Pasifika Voices at the University of the South Pacific in a cultural exchange performance. The students, known as the Harvard Krokodiloes will perform, "A classy concert, a polished and professional performance of the great American songs by a highly acclaimed acapella choir joined by the famous Pasifika Voices" said the US Embassy's Regional Public Affairs Officer Dmitri Tarakhovsky.

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  10. Marama na Tui Ba laid to restRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 4, 2017 | Fiji Times

    The coffin of the late Marama na Tui Ba is carried by pallbearers from the Vanua o Bau during her final journey home to the chiefly burial site in Nailaga Village, Ba. Picture: REPEKA NASIKO THE late Marama na Tui Ba, Adi Laite Koto Koroirua's life of servitude to her community should encourage women across the country to take on roles of service and leadership.

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  11. PM to G20: Don't abandon PacificRead the original story

    Jul 3, 2017 | Fiji Times

    COP23 president and Fiji Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama with dignitaries, diplomats and delegates from the Pacific during the Climate Action Pacific Partnership meeting at the GPH in Suva yesterday. Picture: JOVESA NAISUA PRIME Minister and incoming COP23 President Voreqe Bainimarama has put G20 leaders on notice as they prepare to meet this week, saying nations affected by the climate crisis expect them to keep to the Paris Agreement.

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  12. Climate Change Minister to FijiRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 1, 2017 | Scoop

    Climate Change Minister Paula Bennett will travel to Suva today to join Pacific Leaders and Ministers at a Climate Action Pacific Partnership event. The CAPP is a regional meeting preparing the ground for the global climate change Ministerial conference Fiji will chair in November.

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  13. FNPF's casino licenceRead the original story

    Jun 30, 2017 | Fiji Times

    Mr Sayed-Khaiyum said the new casino would be constructed near the Fiji Marriott Momi Bay convention centre in Nadi. Mr Sayed-Khaiyum said the grant to Tourism Fiji over the years had paid handsome dividends in promoting Fiji as a tourism destination "One of the most important markets for tourist destinations is the MICE market, we want to compete in that market in a very substantive manner," Mr Sayed-Khaiyum said.

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  14. Pacific tourism bodies must prioritise ICTRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 26, 2017 | Fiji Times

    Update: 8:59PM PACIFIC countries need to prioritize Information Communications Technology , internet services and infrastructure to better support tourism private sector e-commerce needs. As the industry moves fast towards online services, the South Pacific Tourism Organization says the internet will continue to revolutionise the way tourist ventures operate.

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  15. My holidays: Aaron GascoigneRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 26, 2017 | The New Zealand Herald

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  16. New course launched on climate financingRead the original story

    Jun 25, 2017 | Fiji Times

    Update: 3:48PM A NEW course titled 'Understanding and Accessing Climate Finance' was launched this morning at the University of the South Pacific. A statement from the US Embassy in Suva stated that the course was the first activity sponsored by USAID's new Ready project and draws on the experience of the USAID Adapt Asia-Pacific project, which over the past six years had assisted governments and other partners to access international climate financing.

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  17. 6 reasons to make Fiji your next holiday destinationRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 6, 2017 | Asian Correspondent

    Crystal clear waters that glitter in the sunlight, palm-fringed coastlines with powder-soft sand, and Instagram-worthy resorts amidst panoramic backdrops - we all know what we're looking for when it comes to our next vacation spot. But with 196 countries set on seven global continents, each one offering its own unique blend of alluring holiday assets, how are you meant to choose exactly where you want to go? Well, with all its ocean marvels, poignant cultural values and spectacular island vistas, one thing we know for sure is that Fiji does not disappoint.

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  18. A union that opened doors of opportunityRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 25, 2017 | Fiji Times

    SEEKING better education and employment opportunities have always been the reason behind many people leaving their homes and islands to travel to urban areas. This journey to Suva started way back in the 1940s when Jowalesi Cagi, from Maloku on the island of Moala, married Vilimoni Laca of Lami Village.

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  19. SSPHL offers hopeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 25, 2017 | Fiji Times

    SSPHL Fiji director Professor Manu Munibhargav meets the President, Jioji Konrote, during a recent event. On the left is India's Minister of State for External Affairs, Vijay Kumar Singh.

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  20. Death in ParadiseRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 25, 2017 | Scoop

    For most New Zealanders Fiji is a tropical paradise, but the recent deaths of four babies from a bacterial outbreak at the Colonial War Memorial Hospital in Suva show a side of Fiji that the average tourist doesn't see. In April, Sir Ray Avery, CEO of Medicine Mondiale visited Fiji to determine which hospitals were in most need of lifesaving Medicine Mondiale LifePod Infant Incubators.

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