Mar 30, 2020 Last Updated 11:57 AM, Mar 26, 2020
Suspending 20 per cent of pay for government ministers as well as all members of the Fijian Parliament formed a key part of Fiji’s COVID 19 response budget handed down in a special sitting that ended a short time ago. Fiji’s minister for economy and attorney general Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum told…
"Fishing doesn't stop, so neither will our surveillance," said Commander Robert Lewis, at the Forum Fisheries Agency’s Regional Fisheries Surveillance Centre (RFSC) in Honiara as Operation Rai Balang 2020 comes to a close. The two-week fisheries surveillance activity ends tomorrow. It covered 14.1million square kilometres and included 108 sighting and…
The Vanuatu Electoral Commission has hit its worst nightmare as the official results continue to be delayed due to the COVID-19 situation and sadly, the passing of its Electoral Chairman Martin Tete in the early hours today at the Vila Central hospital (VCH). Tete was reportedly admitted to VCH over…
Last modified on Tuesday, 24 March 2020 17:06
Will the 2020 Olympics still go ahead in July as scheduled? The International Olympic Committee says it will make a call within the next four weeks. Options could include a scaled-down version of the Games, a delay of several months, or rescheduling the Olympics to mid-2021. In the meantime, Oceania…
Last modified on Tuesday, 24 March 2020 17:05
The University of the South Pacific's supreme body, the USP Council has established a team to investigate its vice chancellor and president Professor Pal Ahluwalia. The formation of the investigative team was announced in a letter Pro Chancellor and chair of USP Council Winston Thompson sent to Council members. The…
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