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Thousands of Kiwis are commemorating Anzac’s centenary by placing personalised messages in the Auckland Domain to build the world’s biggest poppy.
As efforts get underway to commemorate the 100 years of Gallipoli landings to honour the 2721 men killed in Gallipoli, it may be time to acknowledge the forgotten fallen Indian soldiers during the same war
INDIA, which is the largest democratic country in the world, has been a development assistance partner of Fiji for some time.
India’s High Commissioner to Fiji, Gitesh Sarma, says Fijians should celebrate and preserve the country’s cultural diversity.
TOURISM Fiji is working with the Ministry of Industry and Trade to get local craft exhibitors to be a part of the Fiji Tourism Expo 2015.
India’s Defence Advisor based in Canberra, Australia, Captain (Navy) Chetan Chandegave is in the country on an introductory visit to meet with heads of Fiji’s defence forces.
New Zealand's relationship with Fiji is continuing to thaw, with the two sides getting together to discuss health issues in the Pacific.
the New Zealand High Commission has joined hands with The Fiji Red Cross Society (FRCS) by donating FJ $75,000 towards replenishing relief supplies.
New Zealand authorities are helping Fiji set up a detector dog unit aimed at combating drug trafficking.
The New Zealand Police Pacific liaison has returned to Fiji after heightened tension in 2009 forced the post to be moved to Samoa.
THE Fiji Nursing Association (FNA) is encouraging the 2600 registered nurses nationwide to do more research on nursing practices for their own benefit.
Members of the public are encouraged to register with Government’s free medicine initiative.
The Minister for Finance, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum, has been tasked to investigate how our Value Added Tax (VAT) system can become more equitable, transparent and efficient.
Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama yesterday reminded FijiFirst supporters to remain on election mode.
A majority of Aucklanders support the proposed Auckland Plan transport network, according to the results of a quantitative survey of more than 5,000 of the region’s residents.
Artist Michael Parekowhai has completed the next step in creating an iconic artwork for the northern end of Auckland’s Queens Wharf.
Nominations are now open for the second annual I Am Auckland Awards.
Life can be fragile and you never know when the ability to make your own decisions could be taken from you through sickness or injury.
As with the democratic traditions of the Manukau Indian Association, a new team has been elected to manage its affairs for the year 2015-16.
Community groups have had a small financial reprieve with Auckland Council ‘forgiving’ outstanding water charges for groups that lease council land or buildings for community activity purposes.

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