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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 »


My fellow Fijians, Tropical Cyclone Winston has begun its assault on Fiji. It is being described as one of the powerful in recorded history – a Category 5 cyclone with winds approaching 300 kilometres an hour. As a nation, we are facing an ordeal of the most grievous kind. We must stick together as a people and look after each ... Read More »

Travel Alert for Fiji Airways and Fiji Link

Fiji Airways would like to advise its passengers that due to adverse weather conditions associated with Tropical Cyclone Winston, Fiji Airways and Fiji Link flights will be affected over the next few days. Current weather models indicate the Fiji Group is expected to receive destructive winds and heavy rain starting early Sunday morning up until early next week. To assist ... Read More »


TROPICAL CYCLONE WINSTON HAS INTENSIFIED INTO CATEGORY 5, cost THE HIGHEST RATING THAT CAN BE GIVEN TO THE SEVERITY OF A CYCLONE. Latest forecasts from Fiji Meteorological Services lay the path of the cyclone directly over Viti Levu and parts of Lomaiviti. Given the continuous unpredictability of Tropical Cyclone Winston,   ALL MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC ACROSS FIJI are strongly ... Read More »

Magnitude 7.7 earthquake off Papua New Guinea prompts tsunami warning

A major earthquake with a magnitude 7.7 struck off Papua New Guinea on Monday, official monitors said, and a tsunami warning was issued soon after. The epicentre of the quake was near the town of Rabaul in the north-east of Papua New Guinea, the US Geological Survey (USGS) said. The Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre in Hawaii said “hazardous tsunami waves ... Read More »

Food Security and Agriculture Cluster – Vanuatu

Statement from the Honourable David Tosul (M.P) Vanuatu Minister of Agriculture (TC Pam) highlighting urgent needs for in-kind food contributions as well as support for agricultural rehabilitation. VUT_TC_Pam_2015_Statement_David_Tosul Read More »

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