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To ensure that all Fijians will have access to digital television, the Fijian Government has allocated two million dollars to provide low income households with a set top box for free.
Since the 1970s, the Sigatoka Valley has been known as the food bowl of Fiji – or the salad bowl as some people call it – the source of a great amount of what we eat.
I’m delighted to be with you all in the heart of Europe for a very special occasion – the opening of Fiji’s first United Nations Mission in Geneva and our first embassy in Switzerland. Given our strong relationship with the UN over the years, the establishment of this office is not only important for Fiji’s interests but is arguably long overdue.
The arrival of the Sigavou in February and now the Vunilagi is just the start of this process, which will continue with the planned arrival of a third new vessel this time next year.
I’m delighted to be with you in Lautoka – the sugar city – for the Fiji Sugar Corporation Sports Day. What a wonderful occasion and how great it is to see you all here – the men and women who are an integral part of this great industry and your families.
I’m delighted to be here in Marou Village, Naviti, to open this new classroom block, which replaces the one that was destroyed by Tropical Cyclone Evan on the 17th of December 2012.
The PIDF is a grand coalition of Pacific Governments, civil society organisations and business, all working together to enhance the cause of Pacific peoples everywhere.
It’s great to be back from my overseas trip and to be with you all today for this important gathering – a national summit to consider a Green Growth framework for Fiji’s development.
We all hoped that this inaugural Fijian Tourism Expo would be a landmark event for the industry – 150 buyers from 16 countries gathered under the one roof to strike deals and forge partnerships with more than 240 of Fiji’s tourism operators.
Once again we’ve seen two days of great competition, of triumphs and disappointments. To the winners I say, congratulations. To be a champion here means that you are the best in Fiji.
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