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BRED Bank Opens New Branch

THE second largest banking group in France – BRED Bank opened another branch, the sixth one in Fiji at Valelevu, Nasinu yesterday. BRED Bank CEO Darryl Constantin in his opening remarks said the bank which was established a little over 100 years ago and provides services to all types of customers with strong local presence everyday. “The group itself serves ... Read More »

European Commission Calls For Young Leaders Worldwide To Speak Up At The European Development Days 2017.

YOUNG people from all over the world, aged 21 to 26, are invited by the European Commission to take part in the Young Leaders Programme at this year’s European Development Days (EDD17). The event is Europe’s leading forum on international cooperation and development and it will take place in Brussels on 7 and 8 June 2017. The Young Leaders programme ... Read More »

GENDER DIVERSITY ON BOARDS OF LISTED COMPANIES IN FIJI

THE Governor of the Reserve Bank of Fiji and the Chairman of the Capital Market Advisory and Development Taskforce, Mr Barry Whiteside, has made a call to action for higher participation and representation of women of merit on the boards of listed companies on the South Pacific Stock Exchange (SPSE). Governor Whiteside stated that whilst there remains a few who ... Read More »

Gold Winning Fiji 7s Team Open Pop-Up Pub ‘THE GOLDEN FIJIAN’.

AUSSIES invited to have a Fijian holiday in a hotel in Sydney (almost). Sydneysiders and visitors alike will get a slice of Fiji this February as ‘The Golden Fijian’ pop-up pub opens in Sydney this weekend, thanks to Fiji Airways. Open 3rd – 5th February, the Fijian-themed bar – complete with beach ‘photo op’ backdrops, cocktails, Kava-mix, and a warm ... Read More »

Rakiraki Finally Makes Into The Premier Division

THE district of Rakiraki has finally made it into Fiji Football’s Premier League Division after 58years of trying to make it in. Rakiraki Football Association President Shaneel Gounder said the struggle has finally paid off. “We have achieved our goal now. I owe this achievement to the association executives who have worked tirelessly to make this almost 60year-old dream a ... Read More »

MINISTRY OF EMPLOYMENT OFFICIALS TOLD TO WEED OUT BRIBERY AND CORRUPTION

MINISTER for Employment, Productivity and Industrial Relations, Hon. Jone Usamate yesterday instructed the compliance and enforcement officials of his ministry to weed out bribery and corruption.   This was highlighted by Minister Usamate after being made aware by ministry officials that some members of the public were attempting to bribe compliance and enforcement officers for personal gain.   Minister Usamate said that the Ministry will strictly enforce a ... Read More »

Fiji To Preside Over COP23

Fiji has been chosen by the international community to preside over the next Conference of the Parties (COP23) to be help in Bonn, Germany in November. Before that Fiji will be having a pre-COP meeting in October which will be an important scene-setter for the main event. Prime Minister Josaia Voreqe Bainimarama made this announcement yesterday in the presence of ... Read More »

ANZ Partners With Fashion Council of Fiji

ANZ today announced a partnership with the Fashion Council of Fiji to help connect local designers to business opportunities. ANZ Fiji Acting Chief Executive Officer, Saud Minam, said the partnership includes the delivery of ANZ’s flagship financial literacy program, MoneyMinded and MoneyMinded Business Basics to members of the Fashion Council at no cost to participants. “There’s tremendous creative talent in Fiji ... Read More »

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