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When one New Zealand school tossed its playground rules and let students risk injury, the results were surprising

National Post: by Sarah Boesveld — AUCKLAND, New Zealand — It was a meeting Principal Bruce McLachlan awaited with dread. One of the 500 students at Swanson School in a…

AHMADIYYA MUSLIM NEWS: COMPILED H. KOYA (PHD)

  Muslim supreme head arrives in New Zealand October 30, 20130 comments Press Release – Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at NZ Inc The international spiritual leader of more than 100 million Ahmadi…

Media Release – Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Applauded for Message of Peace at the Silver Jubilee Conference in Auckland

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of New Zealand’s Silver Jubilee celebration held at the Mt. Eden War Memorial Hall, Auckland on Sunday 24th March 2013 was a huge success, graced by…

FIJI NEWS – Former Fiji PM jailed on corruption charges

Military rulers suppressing opposition in Fiji: lawyer Updated 4 August 2012, 8:09 AEST A prominent lawyer says the jailing of Fiji’s last democratically elected prime minister shows the military government is trying…

FIJI NEWS – Australia and NZ restore diplomacy as Fiji gallops for elections

Australia, New Zealand restore diplomacy with Fiji Boston.com Australia and New Zealand say they will again station top diplomats known as high commissioners inFiji and will ease travel restrictions on Fijians associated…

Fiji News- Democracy Talk by Fiji, NZ and Australia cy

Fiji, NZ and Australia to hold democracy talks Updated 27 July 2012, 17:21 AEST Australian Foreign Minister Bob Carr says he doesn’t believe Fiji should be allowed back into the…

FIJI NEWS – NZ Govt.to give $2M for Fiji Elections

Govt to give $2m for Fijian elections PALOMA MIGONE IN TONGA Last updated 17:44 23/07/2012 4 Share 11 South Pacific Govt to give $2m for Fijian electionsNZ’s McCully in FijiBainimarama…

FIJISUN – Islam updates around the globe

KRAUTHAMMER: Islamic uprising, not Facebook revolution Santa Rosa Press Democrat Post-revolutionary Libya appears to have elected a relatively moderate pro-Western government. Good news, but tentative because Libya is less a country than…

FIJI NEWS – Australia to double aid to Fiji and sports

Dive into the Fijian islands Herald Sun I’D NEVER considered Fiji as a serious holiday destination. See all stories on this topic » How it all started Fiji Times CRIME Stoppers began in Fiji in 1997,…

FIJISUN – Egyptian president-elect to address at Tahrir Sq

Egypt president-elect to address crowd at Tahrir Square protesting military hold on power View Photo Gallery — Egypt’s President-elect Mohamed Morsi will address his supporters in Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt…

Fiji – NZ TV alcohol involved in sailor’s death

Alcohol involved in young sailor’s death William Paratini Delamere - Source: Supplied HMNZS Otago - Source: New Zealand Defence Force Watch Video Alcohol a factor in sailor’s death (1:24) Police in Rarotonga…

Fiji-Casino will boost tourist in the country

A Fijian tourism official on Sunday highlighted the important role to be played by the multi-million dollar casino in the tourism industry, saying it will bring about a new market…

Fijian students thank India for assistance

Fijian students in India thankful for assistance 13:38 Sun May 27, 2012   With Mereseini Marau at Fiji High Commission, Vasant Vihar, New Delhi, India.Taken from/By: Facebook Report by: Shireen…

Bar raised for university entrance

University entrance requirements will be raised in 2012, but students will also have four new subjects to count towards the required level. Religious Studies, Business Studies, Education for Sustainability and…

Latest quakes on different fault to big February shake

The recent major earthquakes in Christchurch were on a different fault to one which devastated the city on February 22 but are part of the same sequence geologically dating back…

Quakes continue to hit Christchurch

Sizable aftershocks are continuing to shake Christchurch today, as the Prime Minister says authorities need time to sort out what parts of the city will be abandoned due to quake…

Success: Seeing the future in clear water

Duo faced long struggle before finding a market for stormwater-treatment technology. As university students, Greg Yeoman and Mike Hannah worked hard and played the same way. Weekends and holidays usually…

NZ speller stumbles in US spelling bee

The New Zealand entrant in the US “Olympics of spelling” has been eliminated, although she did not botch her words on stage. Belinda Gibbon, 14, from Wellington Girls’ College, correctly…

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