Mar 18, 2019 Last Updated 1:19 AM, Mar 18, 2019
THE Fiji NGO Coalition on CEDAW has said as Fiji moves towards another election, it must show that a robust constitutional democracy has replaced all vestiges of authoritarian rule. In their written submission to CEDAW, the NGO Coalition report states “authoritarian military presence remains,” and women’s political rights and participation,…
FIJI rugby coach John McKee says Fiji has a genuine shot at reaching the knockout rounds at the 2019 World Cup if the form of its overseas-based players is anything to go by. With Fiji’s World Cup path confirmed with Fiji’s third Pacific Nations Cup victory last year, McKee said…
PORT Moresby, Papua New Guinea - Only four Observers have been reported missing in foreign fishing vessels and not 18 says the country’s fisheries and marine resources minister, Patrick Basa. He made the clarification in response to assertions by East Sepik Governor Allan Bird that up to 18 Papua New…

Is regulation the answer?

Social media under state scrutiny in Fiji DISCUSSION around regulating cyberspace at Fiji Attorney General’s conference generates a few interesting questions and reactions for public discussion. Police Commissioner, Brigadier-General Sitiveni Qiliho, was perhaps the clearest in his sentiment stating, “To answer the question of whether we should regulate cyberspace, the…
FIJI remains a potential transit area for human traffiicking because of its role as a regional transportation hub. In their submission to the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) in Geneva last month, Fiji defended its record on trafficking and exploitation of prostitution, including tracking…
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