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PM UPDATES UNESCO ON COP 23 PREPARATIONS

PRIME Minister Voreqe Bainimarama today received the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) Assistant Director-General for Natural Sciences, Dr. Flavia Schlegel, and provided an update on Fiji’s preparatory effort for the UN Climate Change Conference (COP 23). At the meeting, the Prime Minister sought cooperation with UNESCO on raising public awareness on mitigating and adapting to climate change ... Read More »

FIJI PRESENTS LOGO FOR COP 23 PRESIDENCY

Fijian Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama has unveiled the logo for Fiji’s upcoming presidency at this year’s UN Climate Change Conference (COP 23) in Bonn, Germany.   The logo design was based on the winning submission of a national design competition held in Fiji to develop the COP 23 logo. At a press conference in Suva, Prime Minister Bainimarama acknowledged the ... Read More »

PM CALLS FOR WEEKEND OF PRAYER AND REFLECTION TO MARK ANNIVERSARY OF TC WINSTON

THE Prime Minister, Frank Bainimarama has called for a weekend of prayer and reflection on Friday as Fiji prepares to commemorate the anniversary of Tropical Cyclone Winston. Fourty-four Fijians were killed when the Category 5 storm struck the country reaching its peak intensity on February, 20th last year. The Prime Minister says the thought of the entire nation, 12 months ... Read More »

To Bonn And Beyond

PRIME Minister of Fiji Frank Bainimarama made a global appeal to support Fiji’s effort to continue building the global consensus to confront the greatest challenge of our age. Mr Bainimarama made this appeal in his message as the incoming President of Conference of Parties (COP) 23 last week. “Fiji assumes the Presidency of COP 23 determined to maintain the momentum ... Read More »

PUBLIC ADVISORY FROM THE NATIONAL DISASTER CONTROLLER

THE National Disaster Management Office (NDMO) is advising the general public to practice caution and to restrict movement in flood affected areas as water levels rise in major rivers around the country. Those living in flood prone and low-lying areas are urged to monitor the situation and to prepare for evacuation to higher ground should water levels continue to rise. ... 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 »

Samoa is safe

Samoa’s tourism destination is safe for all travelers. That’s the word from the Samoa Tourism Authority in Apia, following widespread media coverage about natural disasters hitting Pacific destinations. “Our sympathies go out to the families and victims of the two super cyclones that hit Vanuatu last year and Fiji this year.  At the same time we would like to clarify ... Read More »

Severe TC Winston Situation Report No. 17 as at 4.00pm

This situation report is to advise of the status of FRA’s assets due to the effect of STC Winston as at 4pm Saturday April 20th 2016. Northern Division is currently experiencing torrential rain and cyclonic winds. Flash flooding is evident throughout the division. FRA’s contractors are in lock down until the storm passes and the all clear is given. All ... Read More »

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