The USP saga: What’s next? Why it matters.

When University of the South Pacific Vice Chancellor and President, Professor Pal Ahluwalia walked back onto USP’s Suva campus on June 22, he was accompanied by songs of celebration from staff and students who lined

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USP student across the region protest, police on Fiji campus

A “support good governance” protest organised by the University of the South Pacific Student Association today with the theme “wear blue” is now underway in a number of campuses around the region with the

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Staff back Pal

A fresh protest at the University of the South Pacific’s Laucala Bay Campus in Suva was quickly stopped by Police Tuesday when protesters were told they had to apply for a permit. The protesters – angry at

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Thompson calls urgent USP meeting over CEO sacking

The year-long leadership tussle at the sole Pacific owned university has flared again with reports of fresh attempts to dismiss besieged vice chancellor and president of the University of the South

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USP students’ body backs VC Ahluwalia

Students of the University of the South Pacific have weighed in on the leadership row surrounding the university by calling on the USP’s top decision making body, the USP Council to reign in its chairperson who’s

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Samoa warns USP Pro Chancellor

High drama continues at the Pacific’s only regional university, with reports that one of the member country’s that owns the university has signaled it could seek the removal from office of Winston Thompson,

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USP Vice Chancellor to be investigated for alleged “material misconduct”

The University of the South Pacific’s supreme body, the USP Council has established a team to investigate its vice chancellor and president Professor Pal Ahluwalia. The formation of the investigative team was

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USP pro chancellor Thompson seeks VC suspension

Exclusive By Samisoni Pareti Winston Thompson, the besieged pro chancellor of the University of the South Pacific has sought the suspension of the USP vice chancellor and president, Professor Pal Ahluwalia. Ambassador

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Fiji’s AG attends USP meeting

By Samisoni Pareti Members of the University of the South Pacific Council have ended the first day of their two day meeting in Nadi, Fiji with still no official word on the outcome of their deliberations about the

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USP Council meets on abuse report

By Samisoni Pareti The supreme body of the University of the South Pacific, the USP Council is meeting in Nadi, Fiji from today to discuss the report of the investigation into allegations of gross abuse and

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