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News, 21st June 2018
400 families in the Nanuku and Veidogo informal settlements in Vatuwaqa now have access to reliable and affordable electricity.
| 26-Jul-2018, 19th June 2018
The New Zealand government today pledged to give another NZ$2.5 million in support of Fiji’s presidency at COP 23.
While speaking at the signing of the Funding Memorandum for Fiji’s Presidency of COP 23, the Acting Prime Minister and Minister for Economy Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum says New Zealand has been a good partner for Fiji.
| 25-Jul-2018
Fiji Times, 18th June 2018 | 25-Jul-2018
RNZ, 20th June 2018 | 25-Jul-2018
Fiji Times, 11th June 2018 | 25-Jul-2018
RNZ, 7th June 2018 | 25-Jul-2018
Fiji Times, 5th June 2018 | 25-Jul-2018
Lowy Institute, 4th June 2018 | 25-Jul-2018
Fiji Times, 4th June 2018
DIGGING drains is not the answer to addressing the flooding problem around the country. Minister for Waterways Dr Mahendra Reddy says flooding, or waterlogging of low-lying areas and overflowing of rivers and creeks were generally associated with excessive rainfall induced runoff which were beyond conveyance capacity of drains and rivers.
| 25-Jul-2018
Fiji Sun Online, 3rd June 2018
Principal Agricultural Officer Paula Tuione has been im­pressed with Korotari vege­table farmers for honestly making use of the Farms-CARE initiative.
| 25-Jul-2018
Relief Web, 2nd June 2018 | 25-Jul-2018
Radio NZ, 31st May 2018 | 24-Jul-2018
Griffith University Website, 29th May 2018 | 23-Jul-2018
Readers Digest
Around the world, many islands are slowly but surely being submerged. You’re running out of time to see these beauties before they disappear into the deep blue sea. 
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| 23-Jul-2018
Human Nature, 28th May 2018
Out of sight, out of mind.
When people don’t see the way that oceans could be — full of life and color — they forget.
| 23-Jul-2018
Fiji Sun Online, 28th May 2018
Savusavu Chamber of Commerce (SCC) has come up with what it believes is a world-leading environmentally sustainable ‘Blue Model Town’ plan
Chief executive officer Karl Smith said the Savusavu Blue Town model specifically targets developing island and coastal communities that lie within these areas of acknowledged tropical marine biodiversity.
| 23-Jul-2018
The Fiji Times, 29th May 2018 | 23-Jul-2018
Fiji Sun Online, 28th May 2018
Tabuya villagers in Kadavu have moved to higher grounds after big swells hit the village at around 5am yesterday.
Village spokesperson Epeli Cokanasiga said three houses were swamped by flood­waters but the occupants were safe.
| 23-Jul-2018
Fiji Times, 24th May 2018 | 10-Jul-2018