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Faiyaz Koya Jul 8
Welcoming the Prime Minister of PNG, Hon. Peter O’Neill and his delegation yesterday, who are currently on official state visit to Fiji.
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Frank Bainimarama Jul 7
Instead of weaponising differences to divide us, I ask that all Fijians make responsible decisions; decisions that aren’t only skin-deep. Doing so will continue to move our nation forward. Unified together as one, we are uplifting families, and together, we are uplifting Fiji.
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Fijian Made Jul 6
The sector is the backbone of the economy, the drivers of . And behind every small business, there’s a story worth knowing. When you support a , you not only put food on someone’s table, but help keep money in our economy. 🙌🏽♻️
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UN Climate Change Jul 6
. World Heritage Coral reefs could disappear by 2100 if greenhouse gas are not controlled as per the , a study shows Rising water temperatures & ocean acidification are rapidly destroying our beautiful coral ecosystems
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Frank Bainimarama Jul 5
School openings hold a special place in my heart. When I am surrounded by our schoolchildren, marking another physical sign of Fiji's progress in building a knowledge-based society, I am able to see the future of our country. As we see here this afternoon, that future is bright.
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Faiyaz Koya Jul 4
Fiji’s largest fire station opened by today in Savusavu. In addition to this Govt. supported $3.7 million project, the redeveloped Ratu Ganilau Park was also opened, showing the continued commitment towards a safe and modern Fiji
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Frank Bainimarama Jul 3
Fiji's current economic stability is an achievement that is much easier lost than gained; going back to the irresponsible economic mismanagement of past governments risks derailing the progress that Fijian families everywhere are enjoying today.
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Republic of Fiji Jul 3
Attorney-General and Minister for Economy Hon. Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum today officiated the welcoming of the newest addition to the Fiji Airways fleet - the 'Island of Vatulele'. 🇫🇯✈💪
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Frank Bainimarama Jul 3
Fiji's current economic stability is an achievement that is much easier lost than gained; going back to the irresponsible economic mismanagement of past governments risks derailing the progress that Fijian families everywhere are enjoying today.
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Fijian Made Jul 2
Our Fijian farmers, craftsman, designers, manufactures, businesses, Economy, all rely on YOUR decision to . Join the movement, choose and help secure a better future together! 👷🏽‍♂️👩🏼‍🔧👨🏻‍🍳👩🏽‍🌾♻️
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Faiyaz Koya Jun 30
Officiating at the annual Sabeto in Nadi. Through this event, other tourism related activities within the Sabeto basin will stand to gain more visitors come to appreciate the beauty of this area.
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Faiyaz Koya Jun 28
The 2018/2019 sets the Fijian Government’s vision for the next FY. A budget with an inclusive approach, prioritising ALL Fijians as we move forward as a nation 🇫🇯
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Frank Bainimarama Jun 28
Last night’s was bold and inclusive, and will touch the lives of every member of every family everywhere in Fiji. It build on the record 9 straight years my Govt has grown our economy. And it was also a prudent and responsible budget - unlike past governments in Fiji
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Fiji Sun Jun 28
A budget for you and your family... details in today's Fiji Sun newspaper
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Fijivillage Jun 28
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Akosita Talei Jun 28
$500,000 allocated for the commemoration of the 140-year anniversary next year of the first ship carrying indentured labourers, or Girmityas from British India to Fiji.
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FBC News Fiji Jun 28
$382M to Health Sector of which $335M goes to Health Ministry and $47.6M towards paying doctors salaries and recruiting new medical personnel.
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Republic of Fiji Jun 28
2018-2019 National Budget 🇫🇯🏚🏢♿
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Fijivillage Jun 28
This is a true family budget - AG
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FBC News Fiji Jun 28
$62.3M allocated to Ministry of Sugar. Whats new is the setting up of a stabilization price funded in partnership with Fiji Sugar Corporation of $85 per tonne for all cane payments for the next 3 years. It was maintained at $82 for the last 2 years
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