FPCF Forum Launching Saturday

 This new site invites readers to comment on 30 constitution and election question.  I trust readers will use it and urge their friends to comment also. Make a start this Saturday and continue… Continue reading

Two Comments on Mick Beddoes’s Recent Statements

From Rajend Naidu in FijiTodayhttp://fijitoday.wordpress.com/2012/06/14/rajend-naidus-letter-to-the-fiji-sun-that-they-did-not-publish/… and from Graham Davis in Grubsheethttp://www.grubsheet.com.au/?p=2177&utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=94-big-talking-little-big-guy Your opinions are important. Please comment on this posting.

The FijiTV Saga Continues: Still No Clear Explanations

Official Statement by the Attorney-General and Minister for Communications My Response to this Statement, and an Apology Article by the Fiji Sun MEDIA RELEASE : STATEMENT FROM THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL ON FIJI TV 13… Continue reading

News and Comments Wednesday 12 June 2012

• Was FijiTV threatened? •  Support for micro businesses •  Philip Snow passes away •  Elderly in poverty  •  Finance education •  Election registration kits •  A kidnapping? •  Maldives unrest  •  Tikoitoga… Continue reading

Aussie and Kiwi "Criminals"

Interviewed by Radio Australia, Dr Wadan Narsey argues that Australia and NZ should declare their citizens criminals —as they do for paedophiles and terrorists— if they work to support illegal regimes like Fiji.… Continue reading

Disinformation #6. Government Threatens FijiTV

This item has been withdrawn pending the A-G’s announcement. Your opinions are important. Please comment on this posting.

News and Comments Monday 11 June 2012

Scroll down to see Weekend Reading.  Today’s News and Comments includes: Queen’s Birthday, Blog design issues, SLM Party, Chiefly conflicts and ethics, Save the Pacific petition, Govt’s heavy hand on environmental activists,  … Continue reading

What the Grassroots Want: Budget Workshop a Success

 The lack of proper drinking water, inadequate health facilities and  battling the effects of climate change were highlighted as some of the major issues of concern for the 12 villages in the Serua/Namosi… Continue reading

Concerns about Current Preparations for the 2014 Elections

Differing Views by the Government, Military, Soqosoqo Vakamarama, Women’s Forum, FijiToday and the Editor.  Educating voters. Several initiatives have already commenced. The Cakaudrove Provincial Council office is in the thoes of a week-long… Continue reading

Lockington’s Everyday Fiji … Life Goes On

Allen Lockington is a self-employed customs agent and business consultant who has regular articles published in Fiji. I thank Allen for permission to reprint some of them in this political blog. They remind… Continue reading