Apr 16, 2021 Last Updated 9:08 PM, Apr 13, 2021

Gulf in women, men wages

UN HDI Report reveals status of gender disparities in Pacific PACIFIC island nations still have a lot of work to do in order to bridge the gulf in the disparities in wages between men and women workers, a new United Nations report has revealed. In its 2015 United Nations Human…
Last modified on Thursday, 21 July 2016 22:39

A tale of SORROW

Letters tell of tropical mission hardships The Mission of Our Lady of Sorrows Collected letters translated by: Father John Crispin Publisher: Star Printery WHEN Catholic missionaries first arrived in Fiji they faced a cold reception from the chiefs and people. Deprived in a large part of food and shelter, the…
Last modified on Thursday, 07 January 2016 13:07

A leader’s LEGACY

THERE is a rousing story that still now, inspires me. As with many other Fijians of my generation and older, the narrative of Rusiate Nayacakalou – the first indigenous Fijian to obtain a doctoral degree or Phd – is perhaps the closest thing to a contemporary legend. The story about…
Last modified on Wednesday, 03 June 2020 23:30
ONE of the Pacific’s smaller island states, Vanuatu stands taller than the larger nations with its consistent, principled stand on social justice, parliamentary democracy and corruption. Where other countries have fallen short, Vanuatu has punched well above its weight, holding its leaders to account and going beyond its borders to…
Last modified on Thursday, 07 January 2016 13:10
THE Fijian government has adopted a cautious approach to entering into Air Services Agreements (ASAs) which could result in local airspace being liberalised and opened to multiple airlines. ASAs are agreements between countries which determine passenger and freight traffic into and out of each country. They can be very specific…
Last modified on Friday, 03 January 2020 09:17
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