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No New High Commissioner In Fiji Until Agreement - McCully

By Maggie Tait of NZPA Wellington, Feb 4 NZPA - New Zealand and Australia do not intend to replace their high commissioners in Fiji until they get some reassurance they will not be turfed out any time there is a disagreement between the countries.

NZ-Fiji-Aust Talks Focus On Representation

NZ-Fiji-Aust Talks Focus On Representation
Wellington, Feb 4 NZPA - Talks between Fiji, New Zealand and Australia yesterday focussed on finding a way to keep diplomatic missions running in each country without being disrupted by every spat that broke out between the nations.

Fiji "Testing" NZ With Senior Coup Nominee

Fiji "Testing" NZ With Senior Coup Nominee
Wellington, Jan 27 NZPA - The Government is maintaining its position of not commenting on a proposed Fijian appointment to its high commission in Wellington after the regime admitted today it was testing New Zealand by putting up a provocative candidate.

Govt "Generally Happy" With Tsunami Reponse Despite Confusion

Govt "Generally Happy" With Tsunami Reponse Despite Confusion
Wellington, Oct 1 NZPA - The Government is "generally happy" with the New Zealand Civil Defence response to yesterday's tsunami warning though there will be a review into why there was some confusion, Acting Prime Minister Bill English said today.

PM Pragmatic About China-Fiji Relationship

PM Pragmatic About China-Fiji Relationship
Wellington, April 17 NZPA - Prime Minister John Key is continuing to tread carefully over China's relationship with Fiji, saying a collaborative approach to Pacific Island issues will get the best results.

NZ Politicians Criticise UN For Using Fiji Troops

NZ Politicians Criticise UN For Using Fiji Troops
Wellington, April 15 NZPA - New Zealand politicians are accusing the United Nations of propping up Fiji's military regime by using the troubled Pacific nations troops for peacekeeping.

Fiji Warned Of Dire Economic Consequences Of Recent Events

Fiji Warned Of Dire Economic Consequences Of Recent Events
By Ian Llewellyn of NZPA Beijing, April 15 NZPA - If Fiji's military regime does not do a "miraculous turnaround" and commit to elections soon then the economic consequences will be dire, Prime Minister John Key said today.

UN Playing Into Fiji Military's Hands -- McCully

UN Playing Into Fiji Military's Hands -- McCully
Wellington, April 15 NZPA - The United Nations is playing into the Fiji military's hands by continuing to use peacekeepers from the island nation, Foreign Affairs Minister Murray McCully says.

Fiji Given A "Passport To Poverty" - John Key

Fiji Given A "Passport To Poverty" - John Key
Beijing, April 14 NZPA - Recent events in Fiji mean the country is being given a "passport to poverty" by its military ruler Commodore Frank Bainimarama, Prime Minister John Key said today.

NZ Rules Out Travel Ban

NZ Rules Out Travel Ban
Wellington, April 14 NZPA - The Government has ruled out banning New Zealanders from visiting Fiji, saying to do so would make it no better than the island nation's military administration.

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