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EMINENT PERSONS GROUP MEETS WITH PRIME MINISTER

CAPTION: (L-R) Vanuatu MP, Joe Natuman, PNG rep Leonard Louma, Solomons Islands MP, Manasseh Sogovere, PM Bainimarama,FLNKS rep Roch Wamytan and MSG EPG Chair, Kaliopate Tavola. Photo: MINFO.   The Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG) Eminent Persons Group today began consultations with Prime Minister and MSG Chairman, Voreqe Bainimarama. The group is in Fiji this week and will be carrying out consultation ...

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MINISTRY OF INFORMATION FIJI NEWS SUMMARY 4:00PM 27/04/13

CAPTION: Minister for Social Welfare, Women and Poverty Alleviation with the members of the Latchmi Women's Club in Navua this week. 1.     MSG EMINENT PERSONS GROUP CONSULTATIONS TO BEGIN - The Melanesian Spearhead Group’s Eminent Persons Group led by former Ambassador Kaliopate Tavola arrived in Fiji today to conduct national consultations with various stakeholders.   2.     NEW KINDERGARTEN OPENS IN ...

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TOURISM FIJI LAUNCHES INNOVATIVE NEW WEBSITE

Fiji’s effort to attract more international visitors has been given a significant boost with the launch of a new Tourism Fiji website to showcase the country and its attractions. The search engine-friendly address, www.fiji.travel, is a state of the art, interactive site that allows holidaymakers to organize most aspects of their visit themselves before they leave home, including obtaining quotes and making ...

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MINISTRY OF INFORMATION FIJI NEWS SUMMARY 5:00PM 26/04/13

  1.     HEALTH DATABASE TO STRENGTHEN HEALTH SERVICE DELIVERY - INFORMATION is pivotal to decision-makers as it gives them strategic direction to improve in service delivery.   2.     YELLOW RIBBON PROJECT LAUNCH GROWS INTEREST - The Yellow Ribbon Project was today launched at in Rakiraki by the Turaga Na Tui Navitilevu Ratu Meli Bolobolo.   3.     MORE AWARENESS AND ENFORCEMENT TO ADDRESS THE RI ...

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TEMPORARY BRIDGE TO BRING RELIEF

Relief is in sight for motorists and other commuters along Fletcher Road who have been using the detour after the closure of the Vatuwaqa Bridge last year. Fiji Roads Authority’s bridge programme manager, Mr Don Clifford, said a temporary single lane crossing will be built at Vatuwaqa Bridge site along Fletcher Road. He said the bridge will be a steel Bailey-type “similar to those used around the world for ...

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MINISTRY OF INFORMATION FIJI NEWS SUMMARY 5:00PM 25/04/13

CAPTION: Minister for Youth and Sports Commander Viliame Naupoto addresses the students.   1.     AGRICULTURE SHOW GROWS INTEREST - The 2013 Crest Agriculture Show will coincide with theCommonwealth Veterinary Association Conference that will be held in Nadi following a request from the participants to visit the show.   2.     MINISTER JOINS STUDENTS AT LAUTOKA SPORTS DAY - Government’s commitment towa ...

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MINISTRY OF INFORMATION FIJI NEWS SUMMARY 5:00PM 24/04/13

CAPTION: Miriama Moceiwasa (middle) from Naioti Village in Yale, Kadavu seeking assistance for her village's solar equipments from the Ministry for Women Deputy Secretary, Dr. Josefa Korovueta and Director Arieta Moceica.   1. SOLAR GRANDMOTHERS TO LIGHT UP VILLAGES - The training of rural women to become solar engineers is an icon of hope and inspiration for Fijian women to fulfill their dreams despit ...

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FIJIAN Prime Minister CALLS FOR DEVELOPING COUNTRIES TO BE GIVEN INCREASED VOICE IN GLOBAL ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE

CAPTION: Mr Jan Eliasson is pictured with Ambassador Peter Thomson and PM Bainimarama. Photo: MINFO. In his capacity as Chair of the Group of 77 and China, Prime Minister, Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama, today attended the Special High Level Meeting of the UN’s Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) in New York. Together with the Bretton Woods Institutions, the World Trade Organization, and the United Nations C ...

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MINISTRY OF INFORMATION FIJI NEWS SUMMARY 4:00PM 23/04/13

CAPTION: Deputy Chief Advisor JICA Keiko Nagai and staff of the Ministry of Health at the launch this morning.   1.     FIJI ROAD SPEED LIMITS TO BE REVIEWED - Cabinet has approved the review of speed limits on Fiji’s roads. 2.     FIJI ENVOY PRESENTS CREDENTIALS TO CROWN PRINCE OF QATAR - His Excellency Mr Robin Nair presented his credentials as Fiji’s first Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiar ...

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WORKSHOP TO ENHANCE WEB-BASED TEACHING AND LEARNING SYSTEMS

The evolution of digital advances and methodologies in education will continue to change in a more rapid way, says the Public Service Commission Deputy Secretary, Mr Iliesa Lutu. Mr Lutu made these comments at the opening of the Colombo Plan Staff College in-country workshop on ‘Web-based Teaching and Learning System in Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET)’ in Suva this afternoon. The week-lon ...

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