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WEATHER UPDATE

Issued from the National Weather Forecasting Centre Nadi at 10:45am on Saturday the 22nd of June 2013 A DAMAGING HEAVY SWELL WARNING REMAINS IN FORCE FOR LOW LYING COASTAL AREAS OF MAMANUCA GROUP, SOUTHERN VITI LEVU, KADAVU, BEQA, VATULELE, LOMAIVITI AND SOUTHERN LAU GROUP. Situation: An intense low pressure system to the far south of Fiji is expected to generate and direct heavy southerly swells over the s ...

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FIJIAN CRAFTED BRAND CERTIFICATION TO BOOST SALES

CAPTION: Acting Prime Minister Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum descends from a hiab crane after unveiling the massive billboard in Nadi this morning. Photo: SHALENDRA PRASAD. For more pictures, click here:- http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.525430017494435.1073741890.131483256889115&type=3 SELECTED Fijian handicraft will now have the seal of authenticity after 17 artisans were awarded certificates to use the ...

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PM BAINIMARAMA IS CHIEF GUEST AT SOLOMON INDEPENDENCE CELEBRATIONS

CAPTION: Prime Minister Commodore voreqe Bainimarama with his counterparts from the Solomon Islands and Vanuatu during the traditional welcome. Fijian Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama has been invited by his Solomon Islands counterpart Prime Minister Gordon Darcy Lilo to be the chief guest at their 35th Independence Day celebrations in Honiara, Solomon Islands. This was confirmed by the Solomon Islands Pri ...

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MSG LEADERS SIGN THREE TREATIES

CAPTION: MSG chair Mr Victor Tutugoro, Prime Minister Commodore voreqe Bainimarama and Solomon Islands PM Hon. Gordon Darcy Lilo during the signing of the Communique. Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG) Leaders today signed three Treaties which further strengthened the sub – regional committee. The treaties were signed following the conclusion of the 19th Leaders Summit in Noumea, New Caledonia. The Treaties a ...

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MINISTRY OF INFORMATION FIJI NEWS SUMMARY 4:30PM 21/06/13

CAPTION: Prime Minister Bainimarama.  1. MSG CREATES OPPORTUNITIES FOR MELANESIA: PM BAINIMARAMA- Fijian Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama says the Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG) has opened possibilities and created opportunities which were not presented by other regional organisations. 2. MSG LEADERS SIGN THREE TREATIES- Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG) Leaders today signed three Treaties which further s ...

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MINISTRY OF INFORMATION FIJI NEWS SUMMARY 11:00AM 21/06/13

1. MORE FIJIANS REGISTERED FOR 2014 ELECTIONS - Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama has reported that more Fijians have registered for the 2014 general elections. 2. PM UPDATES MSG LEADERS ON ELECTIONS PROGRESS - Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama has updated Melanesian Spearhead Group leaders on Fiji’s progress towards parliamentary democracy during a retreat as part of the  19th MSG Leaders Summit yesterday. ...

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MINISTRY OF DEFENCE PREPARES FOR PUBLIC SERVICE DAY

Ministry of Defence, National Security & Immigration has invited members of the public to tour the ministry’s offices to understand its functions as part of the Public Service Day next week. Acting permanent secretary Osea Cawaru said the Public Service Day will be an opportunity for the Ministry to educate the public of the services provided through presentations and displays. “Visitors will be given t ...

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FIJIAN GOVERNMENT- PUT INTERNATIONAL OBLIGATIONS OVER POLITICS

CAPTION: Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum. File Photo. The Fijian Government presented a check to the Australian Government for funds restrained and forfeited in Fiji involving an Australian fraud case. The cheque – worth FJ$88,974.97 – was for funds that had been recovered from two bank accounts held in Fiji by Mr Ross William Macarthur, who had defrauded the Australian Government by failing to pay cer ...

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GOVERNMENT MINISTRIES PLAN DISPLAY FOR PUBLIC SERVICE DAY

Government ministries and department are gearing up for a public display of their services next week. The ministry of iTaukei Affairs is putting together a mini exhibition to showcase Fiji’s language and culture. Permanent secretary Savenaca Kaunisela said each division of the ministry will have a display table during the mini exhibition which will be set up on 87 Queen Elizabeth Drive at Nasese. “This will ...

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GOVERNMENT CALLS FOR HINDI TRANSLATION OF CONSTITUTION

CAPTION: Munauwar Khan of The Jet goes through the draft constitution. Photo: PRASHANTIKA PRASAD.   The Fijian Government has called for expressions of interest (EOIs) from organisations and individuals to translate Fiji’s Constitution, which is currently being finalised, into contemporary Hindi. “In order to ensure that all Fijians are able to fully understand the new Constitution, it will be publishe ...

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