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Ambassador Deo Saran, Fiji’s Climate Ambassador and Special Envoy to the UNFCCC, participated in the 13th Seminar of Oxford-based Fellowship Programme, last week. This is an annual seminar organised by European Capacity Building Initiative (ECBI) and Oxford Climate Policy for climate negotiators and other stakeholders, at the University of Oxford.
The Fijian Government has reviewed and approved for the increase in meal allowances and raised the ceiling for overtime for civil servants effective from 01 September 2017.
The Attorney-General and Minister for Economy, Hon. Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum recently met with the Bred Bank Group Chief Executive Officer, Olivier Klein.
Fiji’s Ambassador to the Kingdom of Belgium & Permanent Representative to the European Union Deo Saran said that although Small Island Developing States are at the frontline of climate change impacts, they are also showing global leadership in taking constructive action to find solutions. 
Fijian nationals holding an ordinary or official passport will no longer require a visa when entering Brazil following an agreement signed between the two countries.
Saturday, 26 August 2017: Travel between Labasa and Suva has been made even more affordable, with Fiji Link today releasing its lowest ever fare of just $65 one-way. A third of seats on all flights between Labasa and Suva will be available at $65. Fares will increase to higher fare buckets once the $65 seats are sold out on that respective flight.
11 August 2017, Indonesia: Fiji and Indonesia have signed a Plan of Action on Disaster Management Cooperation that will see the two countries exchange cooperation in the areas of disaster preparedness, management and response.
Today, we can finally put the disruption of Tropical Cyclone Winston behind us at the Tailevu North College. And I’m delighted to be with you all, and especially our students, as we officially sign off on the work that has been done as part of the government’s cyclone rehabilitation program. The major upgrading of five buildings that lost roofs and walls, and fixing the damage to 23 other buildings at an all-up cost of just over $850,000.
Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama today received a courtesy call from the President of the Ocean Futures Society and renowned film producer, Mr Jean-Michel Cousteau.
The Fiji Bureau of Statistics (FBOS) has released the preliminary findings of the 2015-2016 Employment and Unemployment Survey that show Fiji’s unemployment rate declined to 5.5 per cent in 2015-2016, down from 7.1 per cent in 2010-2011. The 2015-2016 rate of unemployment is the lowest on record in Fiji over the last 15 years.
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