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Fiji News

Pacific nation evacuates to Fiji in response to rising sea levels

The land has been bought and preparations are being made. The island nation of Kiribati is slowly being drowned by rising sea levels and they are planning to escape shortly.
In the Media by Walter McDaniel - 1 comment

Games-Commonwealth organizers welcome Fiji return for Glasgow

Commonwealth Games organizers have welcomed Fiji's return to the multi-sport event this year after the nation's suspension from the organization of mostly former British colonies was eased on Friday.
In the Media by Reuters

Video: Crab steals a GoPro Hero 3 camera in Fiji

A guy called Diederick Ryan was on a diving vacation in Fiji. He was a little bored and for fun decided to set up his GoPro camera just outside one of the crab holes at the resort. This is what happened next.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 2 comments

2013 Rugby League World Cup: Semi-final results

London - Two contrasting games highlighted the Rugby League World Cup semi-finals double header at Wembley Stadium on Saturday, in front of 67,545 fans.
In the Media by Keegan Valladares

2013 Rugby League World Cup: Semi-finals fixture

The Rugby League World Cup is drawing to a close for another four years. This year’s semi-finalists will do battle on 23 November at London’s Wembley Stadium.
In the Media by Keegan Valladares

Cyclone Evan leaves devastation in Fiji

More than 8000 people have been forced to flee their homes and take refuge in evacuation centers in Fiji, as Cyclone Evan hits the Pacific nation with strong winds and heavy rain.
In the Media by Raluca Besliu

Tropical Cyclone Evan hits Samoan Islands, 2 dead

Apia - The first reported storm of the South Pacific cyclone season triggers flooding and structural damage, with two people dead.
In the Media by Anne Sewell

Tropical Cyclone Evan hits Samoan Islands, 2 dead

Apia - The first reported storm of the South Pacific cyclone season triggers flooding and structural damage, with two people dead.
In the Media by Anne Sewell

Fiji Trade Union Congress national secretary Felix Anthony speaks Special

Sydney - Fiji's Trade Union Congress national secretary Felix Anthony gave a media briefing about the impasse with the union movement in Fiji at Unions NSW, Trades Hall in Sydney.
Digital Journal Report by Richard Milnes

Entire Pacific nation of Kiribati may have to move to Fiji

Tarawa - Fears that rising sea levels due to climate change could soon wipe out their entire Pacific archipelago has forced the leaders of Kiribati to look at the option of moving their entire nation to neighbouring Fiji.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus - 4 comments

At least six dead in Fiji flooding

The islands of Fiji, in particular the largest island Viti Levu, have been badly affected by flooding and landslides following days of intense rain. The government has declared a state of disaster.
In the Media by Amanda Payne

6.1 magnitude earthquake jolts Fiji Islands

The US Geological Survey says a 6.1 magnitude earthquake struck underwater near Fiji Tuesday. No casualties or injuries were reported so far.
In the Media by Leo Reyes

Teenage boy rescued at sea near Fiji describes his ordeal

Etueni Nasau – one of the three teenage boys who was rescued after 50 days adrift at sea – has spoken about their ordeal.
In the Media by Mathew Wace Peck - 1 comment

Three teenage boys given up for dead rescued at sea in Fiji

Three teenagers who were given up for dead and were eulogized in a memorial have been found alive in the Pacific island of Fiji.
In the Media by Leo Reyes - 1 comment

Strong 6.2-magnitude earthquake hits Fiji, no aftershocks

Suva - Another strong earthquake has been reported in the South Pacific. This time the Fiji region was rocked by a 6.2-magnitude earthquake. There have yet been any immediate reports of a tsunami alert.
In the Media by Andrew Moran

Worst cyclone in decades hits Fiji

Cyclone Tomas has drifted away from the Pacific Island nation, leaving behind destroyed houses and crops. With reports of deaths and 17 missing Australian citizens, the country is now trying to repair the devastation the cyclone has reaped.
In the Media by Imogen Jacobs - 2 comments

7.2 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Deep Under Fiji

A major earthquake hit off of the coast of Fiji Monday night at 10:44 p.m., local time. Geologists say the quake was too deep to create a tsunami.
In the Media by KJ Mullins

Eight killed, thousands stranded as floods hit Fiji

A deadly flood hit Fiji as eight were killed and thousands still remain stranded. According to a detailed news report, the stranded people have tourists from countries such as Australia, New Zealand and some other.
In the Media by Bodhisattva Banerji

Fiji Government Raises Income Tax Threshold, Lowers Trade Duties

“This latest decision of an increase in the income threshold from $9000 to $15,000, coupled with zero duty for basic food items, would mean a direct positive impact on low income earners who have been aversely affected with the rise in food prices."
In the Media by Brant David McLaughlin

California Dentist Called To Perform Surgery On Shark Attack Victim In Remote Area

While surfing the waves on a remote island off the Fijian coast, Tom Rolfes was called above and beyond duty when islanders looked to him to save a local fisherman who had been attacked by three sharks. The nearest hospital was more than 4 hours away.
In the Media by Nikki Weingartner - 2 comments

Cyclone lashes northeast Fiji

A tropical cyclone lashed on thursday in Fiji. One woman was reported dead.
In the Media by Jishpar - 3 comments

Probst: Fiji twists will change game

Survival of the Richest?
In the Media by Carolyn E. Price - 3 comments

Birth of an Island near Fiji

An Island forms out of the Ocean and there are witnesses, a local boat Crew.
In the Media by Chris V. Thangham - 3 comments

Fiji miltary takes control

Commander Frank Bainimarama announced on TV that he's taken over the government and dismissed the prime minister.
In the Media by NewsJunkie - 1 comment

Fiji army boss threatens noon coup

Don't even say I didn't tell you so!. It's a bad moon rising and it's gonna "Set" real quick. This has been brewing and now "Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama" seems to be putting his cards on the table. I think he "Stacked the Deck" myself.
In the Media by KeithLDick - 2 comments

Tensions rise another notch in Fiji

Not like the world needs more problems but they are happening...
In the Media by KeithLDick - 1 comment

Fiji Coup Leader Sentenced To Hang

SUVA, Fiji (voa) - Fiji's high court has sentenced coup leader George Speight to death for leading an armed uprising that toppled Fiji's elected government in May, 2000. Monday's sentencing came soon after Speight entered a guilty plea to treason at...
In the Media by Digital Journal Staff
 

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Fiji Trade Union Congress president Daniel Urai (left) with Fiji Trade Union Congress national secre...
Fiji Trade Union Congress president Daniel Urai (left) with Fiji Trade Union Congress national secretary Felix Anthony (right).
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Fiji s Trade Union Congress national secretary Felix Anthony in Sydney.
Fiji's Trade Union Congress national secretary Felix Anthony in Sydney.
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The motor-schooner  Tui Tai  takes travellers on a cultural and natural journey through the islands ...
The motor-schooner, Tui Tai, takes travellers on a cultural and natural journey through the islands east of Vanua Levu in Northern Fiji.
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Fiji from the window seat of an airplane
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Fiji from the window seat of an airplane
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A crab at a dive resort in Fiji steals a GoPro camera
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A crab at a dive resort in Fiji steals a GoPro camera
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Some friendly people from Fiji. Despite the stories of Polynesian martial prowess  the Fijian folks ...
Some friendly people from Fiji. Despite the stories of Polynesian martial prowess, the Fijian folks were very kind and friendly.
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A cyclone striking Suva  Fiji
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A cyclone striking Suva, Fiji
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