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Fiji Exceeds USA and Canada Targets in First Quarter 2008
Latest figures released by the FVB showed that Fiji hosted a total of 22,118 North ...





Wildlife Conservationist & TV Host Jack Hanna Visits Fiji's Wild Side
American wildlife conservationist and TV host Jack Hanna recently visited Fiji and ...




Fiji Resort Continues to Go Green
Nukubati Island Resort has practiced sustainable tourism (without forgoing ...




Royal Davui Island Fiji Awarded Most Excellent Romantic Hideaway by Conde Nast Johansens
Royal Davui Island Fiji has again been judged as the “Most Excellent Romantic...




Tate & Lyle Enters Into Long-Term Agreement on the Supply of Raw Sugar with Fiji Sugar Corporation LTD
The Fiji Sugar Corporation Ltd, and Tate & Lyle has entered into a long-term...




April 2008 Economic Review
Please read Fiji ’s latest April 2008 ECONOMIC REVIEW issued by the Reserve Bank of Fiji on, 2 May 2008





Business Investment Guide Fiji Islands: A Step By Step Guide to Establishing a Business in Fiji
Those intending to invest in Fiji should read this short Guide produced by Westpac in collaboration with a number of agencies including the Fiji Islands Trade and Investment Bureau....




Fiji Resort Continues to Go Green

Nukubati Island Resort has practiced sustainable tourism (without forgoing comfort) long before “eco” and “green” became popular. The one-island resort, located in a pristine coral bay inside the Great Sea Reef which lies off the north coast of Vanua Levu in Fiji, has recently shared all of its structural renovation has been constructed by local labor using as much local materials as possible. The resort uses local timber, bamboo and Magimagi (coconut hus coir, traditionally use to lash Fijian buildings). In addition, the resort produces its own electricity and water supply and disposes of all of its own waste. Since its opening 17 years ago, Nukubati Island has implemented environmentally-friendly practices, including renewable energy and resource programs, including composting, mulching and use of a biocycle system sewerage treatment plant, rainwater tanks, a desalintor and a 240 solar panel installation. Currently, the resort is working with Environment Consultants Fiji Limited to undertake an Environmental Impact Assessment of the resort’s proposed marine protected area around the island. It will undertake a mangrove preservation program, re-planting and re-locating young mangroves in order to preserve the foreshore from erosion. For more information about its continued greening, visit http://www.nukubatifiji.com/ or contact Lynette Wilson at www at world@silcom.com or 800/224-0200.