Reward work, not wealth

At the close of 2018, all eyes were on international conferences in Poland and Hawaii, dealing with global commitments to climate change

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

Winds of change

From colonialism to democracy, coups and a fight for the Earth I WAS born when Fiji was under colonial rule on January

Truth and justice

Bishop stands firm on environmental issues AS the Pacific and global focus turns towards COP 23 and the Oceans Summit, the region

Costly price of conflict

Solomons rises again from the ruins of the past THE United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) include peace-building as part of a


A wedgie in regional geopolitics from the recently concluded Pacific Agreement on Closer Economic Relations, or PACER Plus, raises some interesting questions

God is dead

“GOD is dead, God remains dead and we have killed him”, the enigmatic words of the German Philosopher – Friedrich Nietzsche. In