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Fiji Pm Sends His Condolence to the Government of Brazil

Monday, 17 January 2011, 11:31 am | Fiji Minister for Information

Fiji’s Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama has sent his condolences to Her Excellency Dima Vana Rousseff the President of Brazil, for the devastating mudslides in South-East Brazil. “I have learnt with a deep sense of sadness of the loss of ... More >>

Launch of Council For Reconciliation And Unity

Tuesday, 21 November 2000, 5:50 pm | Fiji Minister for Information

Ladies and Gentlemen, I welcome you most sincerely to this very important occasion, the launching of the National Council for Reconciliation and Unity. More >>

FIJI: PSC Clarifirs Interim Ministers Salaries

Thursday, 19 October 2000, 1:32 pm | Fiji Minister for Information

The Public Service Commission is deeply concerned that information, leaked out to the media on the emoluments of Ministers in the Interim Administration, has given a false and misleading picture of what is actually being paid. More >>

FIJI: Australian Government Continues Assistance

Wednesday, 18 October 2000, 9:48 am | Fiji Minister for Information

Headlines: 1. AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT CONTINUES ASSISTANCE 2. TAVOLA MEETS COMMONWEALTH SECRETARY-GENERAL More >>

FIJI: Leave The Acp Mission Alone!! - Kubuabola

Wednesday, 18 October 2000, 9:38 am | Fiji Minister for Information

The Minister for Information, Ratu Inoke Kubuabola today warned Felix Anthony to leave Sir John Kaputin and the ACP Ministerial Mission alone. More >>

Reconciliation And Unity For Fiji Day

Wednesday, 4 October 2000, 1:00 pm | Fiji Minister for Information

The Fiji Government has declared that Sunday, October 8 be a National Day of Prayer for Reconciliation and Unity in commemoration of Fiji Day. More >>

Newspaper articles on the Auditor-General's Report

Thursday, 28 September 2000, 5:56 pm | Fiji Minister for Information

DEPOSED prime minister Mahendra Chaudhry failed to get Cabinet approval to renovate his private residence nor was there proper documentation to assist auditors during the investigation. More >>

Fiji must stand firm

Monday, 25 September 2000, 9:07 am | Fiji Minister for Information

EVERYONE including the Qarase government - wants Fiji to return to democracy. Yet far from receiving encouragement for this expressed desire, Fiji's former friends and neighbours appear to have rejected its interim administration' s two-year, two-step ... More >>

Four Statements From Fijian Information Minister

Thursday, 21 September 2000, 8:33 am | Fiji Minister for Information

FOUR STATEMENTS: - Commonwealth Criticism Not Indicative Of UN Attitudes - Kubuabola Crys Foul Over NZ Invite To CMAG - PM Briefed On Investment And Business Interests - United Nations Recognise Interim Administration More >>

Goff Indulging In Pure Rhetoric

Tuesday, 19 September 2000, 6:22 pm | Fiji Minister for Information

New Zealand Foreign Minister Phil Goff¹s rhetoric is insincere because he has made it clear he will not bend rules to allow a single Indian into his country, says Minister for Information. More >>

Fiji People Must Decide Our Future

Tuesday, 19 September 2000, 6:22 pm | Fiji Minister for Information

The people of Fiji must be allowed to decide our future, says Minister for Information Ratu Inoke Kubuabola. More >>

Ethnic Relations In Fiji

Tuesday, 19 September 2000, 6:21 pm | Fiji Minister for Information

Ethnic relations are inseparable from the resources of a state and the instruments of political power which control and allocate these resources. Furthermore ethnic relations develop over a period of time, they involve stress and strains, and contests ... More >>

New twist in refugee claims

Monday, 18 September 2000, 2:40 pm | Fiji Minister for Information

THOSE who left their Muainaweni homes in May this year were enticed by those behind the establishment of the so called refugee camp in Lautoka. More >>

Fiji PM - Address To UN General Assembly

Monday, 18 September 2000, 2:35 pm | Fiji Minister for Information

I bring you greetings from the people of the Fiji Islands. On their behalf, I also convey our warm congratulations to you Mr President, along with the pledge of my delegation to support you and to closely co-operate with you, in ensuring the success ... More >>

Fiji PM: Resolving The Political Crisis In Fiji

Monday, 18 September 2000, 2:33 pm | Fiji Minister for Information

The first was the Coup d’etat of May 19th, 2000, when the democratically-led Coalition Government led by PM Mahendra Chaudhry was forcibly removed from office, and Mr Chaudhry, his Ministers and his Members of Parliament were held hostage for 56 days. More >>

Fiji Keen To Keep Talking Despite Lobby Groups ­

Sunday, 17 September 2000, 4:44 pm | Fiji Minister for Information

The Information Minister, Ratu Inoke Kubuabola today stressed that the Interim Administration is determined to talk to the international community despite the campaign being conducted by members of the deposed People¹s Coalition Government and other neighbouring countries. More >>

Fiji PM Urges CMAG To Understand Fiji Situation

Sunday, 17 September 2000, 4:43 pm | Fiji Minister for Information

The Prime Minister, Laisenia Qarase last night called for understanding from the international community for the situation in Fiji. More >>

Five Statements From the Interim Fiji Government

Sunday, 17 September 2000, 3:43 pm | Fiji Minister for Information

- FOREIGN AFFAIRS ASSURES FOREIGN MISSIONS - TRAUMA UNIT ESTABLISHED - SANCTIONS NOT SO SMART: GOVERNMENT - THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT NEEDS TO LEARN FROM ITS OWN LESSONS - PSC RESPONDS TO FPSA CLAIMS - GOVERNMENT TO ASSIST EMPEROR GOLDMINES More >>

Fiji Information Minister Defends Kotobalavu

Wednesday, 30 August 2000, 5:58 pm | Fiji Minister for Information

The Information Minister, Ratu Inoke Kubuabola has come out in defence of Permanent Secretary in the Prime Minister¹s Office, Jioji Kotobalavu stating that Kotobalavu is an efficient and competent professional who has been simply doing his job. More >>

The 1997 Constitution Cannot Be Reimposed By Force

Tuesday, 29 August 2000, 3:45 pm | Fiji Minister for Information

Those at home and abroad, including political leaders who think that Mahendra Chaudhry and the 1997 Constitution can be brought back by force, are deluding themselves. Statement by the Minister for Information & Communications, Ratu Inoke Kubuabola. More >>

 

 

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