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Fiji Ban Shows Suspension "Hurting" -- John Key

Fiji Ban Shows Suspension "Hurting" -- John Key
By Kate Chapman of NZPA Cairns, Aug 6 NZPA - Fiji's ban on any news from the Pacific Islands Forum shows its suspension from the forum is "hurting", Prime Minister John Key says.

Key Plays Down Call For Uprising In Fiji

Key Plays Down Call For Uprising In Fiji
By Kate Chapman of NZPA Cairns, Aug 6 NZPA - New Zealand and Australia are playing the role of Pacific pacifists after a call for Fijians to rise up and restore democracy in their country.

Pacific Populations Being Prepared For Relocation, Forum Told

By Kate Chapman of NZPA Cairns, Australia Aug 5 NZPA - Some Pacific Island states are preparing their populations for relocation if climate change claims their homes, and New Zealand appears to be more willing than Australia to accept them.

Key Not Worried About Possibility Of Niue Looking To China

Key Not Worried About Possibility Of Niue Looking To China
Wellington, July 13 NZPA - Prime Minister John Key is not concerned that Niue may ask China for aid. Niue Premier Toke Talagi said his country needed aid urgently to develop the economy by spending in areas such as tourism.

Niue Premier Impatient Waiting For NZ Aid

Niue Premier Impatient Waiting For NZ Aid
Wellington, July 9 NZPA - The premier of Niue has told Prime Minister John Key he will turn to other countries for financial assistance, if New Zealand doesn't soon release aid money.

Key Lukewarm On Maori Leaders' Fiji Visit, Supports Suspension

Key Lukewarm On Maori Leaders' Fiji Visit, Supports Suspension
By Maggie Tait of NZPA Wellington, May 3 NZPA - Prime Minister John Key has welcomed the Pacific Islands Forum suspension of Fiji from the regional body but is less excited by a proposal that a delegation of Maori leaders visit the troubled country.

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.

Fiji Faces Expulsion From Forum, Key Backs Immediate Action

Fiji Faces Expulsion From Forum, Key Backs Immediate Action
Wellington, April 16 NZPA - The Pacific Island Forum is poised to suspend Fiji, with New Zealand Prime Minister John Key saying he would back immediate action. Commodore Voreqe (Frank) Bainimarama was already facing a May 1 deadline for progress towards elections.

China Says It Hopes Fiji Will Pay Attention To Pacific Concerns

By Ian Llewellyn of NZPA Beijing April 16 NZPA - China says it hopes Fiji will "take note" of the concerns of New Zealand and other countries about recent events in the Pacific nation, Prime Minister John Key said today.

Bainimarama Plows Ahead With Reforms In Fiji

Wellington, April 15 - Further media sanctions and a significant currency devaluation were imposed by Fiji today as the nation continued to isolate itself from the international community.

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