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All Fijian babies born on or after June 3rd of this year at any of these hospitals in the West can now register via the app, and we’re not stopping here: Come July 5th, these new-age services will be extended to Savusavu, Labasa, and Taveuni, and by August 9th, our reach will extend to Rakiraki and Nausori.
I’m glad that our lorry drivers here in the Western Division have chosen to stand with Government and the people of Fiji is recognising that our infrastructure must be protected. You understand why these laws matter, for yourselves and your fellow Fijians, and why they must be enforced.
Fiji is no longer some isolated island economy; we’re an integrated hub of economic development. That transformation has brought unprecedented prosperity to our people, creating new jobs, higher wages, new development and new opportunities. And throughout this economic evolution, we’ve made clear and consistent financial commitments to improving public safety.
The greatest impact of having superstars like the Chiefs and the Crusaders here in Fiji doesn’t come from points on the board; it comes from the inspiration that you instill in our people, particularly the young rugby fans who look up to you with such admiration.
When it comes to Sports and on this occasion – Weightlifting – Fiji always pride itself as a small country with a relatively small population base – But, is capable of “Punching Well Above its Weight”. Fiji aspires to become a regional training centre for sports and we are also preparing to bid to host a future Pacific Games which will make it the fourth (4th) time we have hosted this Continental Games since the first Games were launched in Fiji in 1963.
No matter what label we give them, the world’s informal settlements must be approached proactively, and through a lens of human dignity, to make meaningful progress. 
I am pleased to inform all of you that the process is already under way for the setup of this taskforce under the National Coordinating Committee on Children chaired by the Ministry of Women, Poverty Alleviation and Social Services. The objective of the taskforce will be to identify and prioritize the government’s response to the growing demand for childcare services.
Government will work towards developing frameworks and effective policies that will further enhance the cultural sector. Budgetary provisions will ensure that artists such as yourselves continue to thrive in the work that you do thus contributing to economic sustainability and empowerment.
In Fiji, we’re thinking seriously about how our cities, towns and rural communities must adapt in the face of a changing climate. We’ve already embarked on an urban planning initiative with the Singaporean Government that is placing low-emissions and climate-resilient strategies at the heart of our urban development agenda.
To ensure that we achieve a brighter future, we need to embrace change and take on many of the pressing challenges including Climate Change, Urbanisation, Resource Depletion and Health Care to name a few. The perception that dealing with these challenges is the sole responsibility of the Government is in my humble opinion, no longer proper nor viable.
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