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New campaign aims to debunk idea that Fiji is a tropical paradise

Fiji government accused of human and workers' rights abuses New campaign aims to debunk idea that Fiji is a tropical paradise

Workers in Fiji are targeting tourists with a campaign that aims to debunk the idea that the country is a tropical paradise.

Fiji torture and beatings may put a damper on tourism

Brutal beating and torture of prisoners in Fiji Fiji torture and beatings may put a damper on tourism

The brutal beating and torture of prisoners in Fiji, captured on video, could prove a turn off for tourists thinking about heading to the country, a New Zealand MP warns.

Fijians gaining access to Internet

Telecentres Provide Internet Connectivity for Ordinary Fijians Fijians gaining access to Internet

SUVA, Fiji - Approximately 60,000 Fijians will gain access to the internet for the first time as the Fijian Government opens "Telecentres" in schools across the country.

Cyclone Evan and tourism in Samoa and Fiji

What worked and what must be learned Cyclone Evan and tourism in Samoa and Fiji

David Beirman, eTN Australia

(eTN) - The month of December is the high point of the traditional cyclone and storm season for the islands of the South Pacific.

Air Pacific returns to profit

National airline of Fiji returns to profit first time in 3 years Air Pacific returns to profit

NADI, Fiji - Air Pacific, the national airline of Fiji, has achieved a significant milestone in its transformation plan, posting a return to profit for the first time in three years, with its ...

Fiji’s national airline plays name game (again)

Fiji Aviation Fiji’s national airline plays name game (again)

Christine Khan, eTN Asia/Pacific Contributor

The latest initiatives in the turnaround strategy of Air Pacific, Fiji’s national carrier, have been revealed, including a rebranding of the airline and a return to its 1958 name of “Fiji ...

Tourists flee as heavy floods hit Fiji

Fiji Devastating Floods Tourists flee as heavy floods hit Fiji

Australia will provide whatever assistance is needed to Fiji after devastating floods, the Foreign Affairs Minister, Bob Carr, said yesterday.

Fiji aligns national airline ownership requirements with international laws

Fiji Aviation Industry Fiji aligns national airline ownership requirements with international laws

SUVA, Fiji - To ensure compliance with international law and bilateral requirements governing air service rights granted to national airlines that fly to other nations, the Republic of Fiji has ...

Fiji recognized among most American-friendly vacation spots

American Tourism To Fiji Fiji recognized among most American-friendly vacation spots

SUVA, Fiji - U.S.-based Newsmax Magazine has ranked Fiji among the friendliest places in the world for Americans to visit and vacation.

Two people killed in Fiji floods, tourists evacuated

Tourists rescued as heavy flooding continues in Fiji Two people killed in Fiji floods, tourists evacuated

Two people are dead and tourists have had to be rescued as heavy flooding continues to hammer Fiji's tourist belt.

Fiji issues first-ever gaming license

Multi-million luxury casino resort being developed on Denarau Island Fiji issues first-ever gaming license

The Fijian government has granted the country’s first-ever exclusive gaming license to US-based One Hundred Sands Limited - the company developing a US$290 million luxury casino resort on ...

Tourism Fiji appoints Michael Meade as Acting CEO

Organization implements change in strategic goals Tourism Fiji appoints Michael Meade as Acting CEO

NADI, Fiji –Michael Meade has been appointed as Acting CEO of Tourism Fiji and has taken up leadership of the Fijian national tourism organization as of December 16, 2011.

Tour operators meet new Tourism Fiji's chief

Tourism Fiji Tour operators meet new Tourism Fiji's chief

Tourist operators got a chance to meet with Tourism Fiji's new acting chief executive officer Michael Meade last Friday in Nadi.

Fiji is well on the way to surpassing 660000 visitor arrivals target

Tourism Fiji Fiji is well on the way to surpassing 660000 visitor arrivals target

Outgoing Tourism Fiji CEO Josefa Tuamoto said he is confident Fiji is well on the way to surpassing a 660,000 visitor arrivals target set in January this year.

Fiji: Typhoid outbreak poses no threat to tourism

Fiji typhoid outbreak Fiji: Typhoid outbreak poses no threat to tourism

The Ministry of Health has advised tourist operators around the country that the typhoid outbreak in Nanoko village in Navosa poses no threat to them.

Fiji tourism welcomes new tax system

Fiji Islands Hotel and Tourism Association Fiji tourism welcomes new tax system

The Fiji Islands Hotel and Tourism Association (FIHTA) has hailed government's move to change the hotel turnover tax (HTT) to a service turnover tax (STT).

Fiji accused of censoring accounts of foreigners' deaths

Fiji trying to avoid frightening tourists Fiji accused of censoring accounts of foreigners' deaths

Fiji's military regime has been accused of censoring accounts of the deaths of two foreign men so as not to frighten Australian and New Zealand tourists.

Chinese tourism to Fiji up 32 percent in 2010

More Chinese Visit Fiji Chinese tourism to Fiji up 32 percent in 2010

SUVA, Fiji- An estimated 18,000 Chinese nationals visited Fiji in 2010, Tourism Fiji said on Sunday.

Fiji records best ever October for international arrivals

Fiji's International Visitor Arrivals Soar Fiji records best ever October for international arrivals

Bearing out provisional international visitor figures recently released by Attorney General and Minister for Tourism, Mr Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum, Fiji is bang on target to attract record breaking ...

Fiji tourism contributes FJD900 million to economy

Fiji tourism now represents 25 percent of total GDP Fiji tourism contributes FJD900 million to economy

Nadi, Fiji - Foreign exchange earnings emanating from Fiji’s international visitation now contribute an estimated FJD900 million to the local economy.

Fiji aims to attract more visitors from India and China

Fiji Looking For More Tourists Fiji aims to attract more visitors from India and China

Suva - Fiji is working harder to attract more tourists from China and India, according to Dixon Seeto, president of Fiji Islands Hotel & Tourism Association (FHITA) on Monday.

Tourism Fiji launches new Romance Me website

Tourism Fiji Tourism Fiji launches new Romance Me website

Further positioning Fiji as one of the world’s premier destinations for the international wedding, honeymoon and romantic travel sector Tourism Fiji has this week launched its new look ...

Fiji cancelled the gale warning

Tourism Fiji Cyclone Update Fiji cancelled the gale warning

Nadi, Fiji - While strong wind warnings remain in place for all of Fiji, the Fiji Meteorological Service has now officially cancelled the gale warning issued yesterday afternoon as weather ...

Tourism Fiji targets Asian tourist markets

Tourism Fiji Tourism Fiji targets Asian tourist markets

Praneeta Deo

Tourism Fiji, in cooperation with travel trade partners, aiming to ensure that marketing campaigns and strategies to expand expand on Asian markets are in place.

Fiji eyes Chinese tourism market

Fiji Tourism Fiji eyes Chinese tourism market

SUVA - The South Pacific Tourism Organization (SPTO) and Tourism Fiji are collaborating with Air Pacific in commissioning the China Central Television (CCTV) to undertake a TV documentary program ...

Fiji - pricing itself out of the market?

Fiji Tourism Fiji - pricing itself out of the market?

Fiji's tourism industry has endured military coups and cyclones to remain New Zealand's favourite island escape when the winter cold sets in.

Destination news: Fiji allows free access to all surf spots in the country

Fiji Tourism applauds Surfing Decree 2010 Destination news: Fiji allows free access to all surf spots in the country

Fiji Islands Hotel and Tourism president Dixon Seeto has applauded governments decision to allow free access to all surf spots in the country.

Tourism Fiji typhoid advisory

Fiji Tourism Fiji typhoid advisory

Tourism Fiji has advised there is no cause for alarm following the report of some cases of typhoid in five villages in the remote Navosa Province on the big island of Viti Levu.

Tourists evacuated as cyclone Tomas approaches Fiji

Fiji Tourists evacuated as cyclone Tomas approaches Fiji

NADI, FIJI - Some hotels on a Fijian resort island have evacuated tourists as a tropical cyclone heads their way.

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