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Over the past 23 days, four infants have died at the Colonial War Memorial Hospital from pre-existing, life-threatening conditions, including perinatal asphyxia, pneumonia and severe prematurity.
Prime Minister and Incoming COP23 President Frank Bainimarama today received a cheque donation of FJD 2.02 million from the Indian Government in support of Fiji’s Presidency of the United Nations ongoing climate negotiations, COP 23.
The Fijian Government has raised $13 million in a reopening of a ten-year bond, the first Bond Reopening Facility in the country’s history.
Fijian Prime Minister and Incoming COP23 President Frank Bainimarama has named the United States Governor of California, Jerry Brown, as the COP23 Special Envoy for States and Regions today at a special ceremony held in Sacramento, California.
Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama has deposited the instrument of ratification for the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, formally committing Fiji before the international body to guarantee equal rights and dignity to people with disabilities.
Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama urged leaders from the Pacific region to unite to present a strong case at COP23, the UN Conference on Climate Change, in Germany in November.
Today, the Fijian people join citizens from all around the world to celebrate World Environment Day. We can all be proud that we come together at a time when Fiji is leading the world to defend our natural environment from two of the greatest threats it has ever faced – the degradation of our oceans and seas, and the disastrous impacts of climate change.
The following is the text of a message of sympathy to the British Government from the Prime Minister to the British Prime Minister following the terrorist attack in London.
The decision by the Trump Administration to withdraw from the Paris Agreement on climate change is deeply disappointing, especially for the citizens of vulnerable nations throughout the world.
The Minister for Employment, Productivity and Industrial Relations Hon. Jone Usamate stated that works at the Suva Civic Centre building by SCC Contractors have ceased from yesterday afternoon by the National Occupational Health and Safety Service of the Ministry for SCC and their contractors to improve safe work procedures on asbestos material removal.
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