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30th May, 2024
Honourable Pat Conroy Visits FNU’s Aviation Department

  The Australian Minister for International Development and the Pacific, and Minister for Defence Industry, Honourable Pat Conroy MP visited the Fiji National University’s Department of Aviation Studies (DAS) at Namaka Campus earlier this month. Honourable Conroy toured the DAS and had the opportunity to meet with the Australia Awards Pacific (AAPS) awardees and trainers…Read More


8th May, 2020
Update on Coronavirus measures by PM Scott Morrison

The National Cabinet met today to further discuss options for easing restrictions over the coming months, helping prepare Australians to go back to work in a COVID-19 safe environment and getting the economy back to a more sustainable level. The Chief Medical Officer Professor Brendan Murphy provided an update on the measures underway, the latest…Read More


1st May, 2020
Update on Coronavirus measures by PM Scott Morrison

The National Cabinet met today to take further decisions to save lives, and to save livelihoods. The Chief Medical Officer Professor Brendan Murphy provided an update on the measures underway, the latest data and medical advice in relation to COVID-19. There are over 6,760 confirmed cases in Australia and sadly 92 people have died. There…Read More


26th April, 2020
COVIDSAFE: NEW APP TO SLOW THE SPREAD OF CORONAVIRUS

The Australian Government today launches the new voluntary coronavirus app, COVIDSafe. The app is an important public health initiative that will help keep you, your family, and your community safe from further spread of coronavirus through early notification of possible exposure. “Australians are doing an extraordinary job to flatten the curve and contain the spread…Read More


24th April, 2020
Update on Coronavirus measures by PM Scott Morrison

The National Cabinet met today to take further decisions to save lives, and to save livelihoods. The Chief Medical Officer Professor Brendan Murphy provided an update on the measures underway, the latest data and medical advice in relation to COVID-19. There are over 6,670 confirmed cases in Australia and sadly 78 people have died. It…Read More