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When Fiji police bumbled their way through investigating the double murder of Red Cross hero John Scott—the 'angel of mercy' during the parliamentary hostage drama in May 2000—and his longtime partner Greg Scrivener, they were accused of a lack of...
Crocombe has provided a wealth of information that is invaluable for the region (Fiji) as a beanchmark text but it would have been improved with tighter editing and more attractive and user-friendly design features. 
"Fiji's squatter population was on the recieving end of some uncomplimentary comments during 2006. The then State Minister for Housing, Adi Asenaca Caucau, likend them to 'thieves because they lived illegally on someone else's land'. She urged...
From Election to Coup in Fiji, is a collection of more than 30 essays dealing with various aspects of political and social life of Fiji, gives a glimpse into issues and concerns faced by Fiji. A multiracial, multi ethnic nation that has been playing...
A transcipt of an interview with 1975 Fiji Times editor, Vijendra Kumar.
The news media in Oceania are small but remarkably diverse and vigorous. Ownership ranges from large transnational corporations and robust local media companies, as in Fiji and Papua New Guinea, to local entrepreneurial and Government media...
Dr Tupeni Baba's speech at the relaunch of Pacific Journalism Review, 3 October 2003. 
"I would like to raise some issues in response to your editorial in the May 2002 issue of Pacific/Islands Business, in particular with reference to your comment about UNICEF's "choice" of media to attend the UN General Assesbly Special Session on...
In his 29 years with the Fiji Times, chief photographer Asalei Lave has survived death, disapointment, criticism and blame. But there have been many exciting moments. 
Election fever and new ways of campaigning were a colourful part of the 2001 Fiji elections. With the elections came innovative ways from the media industry in educating people and making them aware of issues.

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