New Zealand High Commission Suva, Fiji


The New Zealand Government is expected to invest up to NZ$10m in Fiji’s dairy industry over the next five years to help increase local milk production.

While opening training for dairy farmers and extension officers at Koronivia Research Station, High Commissioner, H.E. Mark Ramsden assured New Zealand Government’s support towards the development of Fiji’s dairy sector.

Mr Ramsden said that Fiji’s dairy industry has great potential to develop and New Zealand funding will tap into New Zealand skills and expertise. 


New Zealand High Commisison will be closed for Queens Birthday on Monday 01 June 2015.

Office will resume work on Tuesday 02 June 2015.


In a bid to support the ongoing relief effort for the Tropical Cyclone Pam victims in Vanuatu, Tuvalu, and Kiribati, the New Zealand High Commission has joined hands with the Fiji Red Cross Society (FRCS) by donating FJ$75,000 towards replenishing relief supplies.


      A Dawn Service will be held within the grounds of the Suva Military Cemetery, Reservoir Rd, Suva on ANZAC Day

      Those wishing to attend are requested to arrive at the Suva Military Cemetery no later than 5.15 am. 

      The Dawn Service will commence at 5.25 am, and conclude at approximately 6.15 am.


The New Zealand High Commission in conjunction with the Fiji Association in Auckland (Inc) are pleased to announce the Essay Competition for Secondary Schools in Fiji.

Being the seventh consecutive year of the essay competition, it has become a popular and well established event in Fiji’s education calendar.

Over the years, students have entered the competition and produced many impressive and well researched essays.


The New Zealand High Commission has provided a grant of FJ$15,000 to continue its ongoing support to the local Leadership Programme.

While presenting the cheque to Leadership Fiji, the New Zealand High Commissioner, Mark Ramsden acknowledged the significance of the programme for Fiji’s young leaders over the years.

“We are proud to be one of the major sponsors of the Leadership Fiji Programme which has enhanced the abilities of the next generation of Fiji’s leaders,” said Mr Ramsden.


New Zealand is proud to partner with the African Union Commission to produce the African Union Handbook 2015. In a significant development, this edition has been published in both English and French.


Foreign Minister Murray McCully today welcomed New Zealand taking up its seat as a non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council.

“New Zealand’s term on the Security Council will place us at the heart of international decision-making for the next two years,” Mr McCully says.

“The Security Council is currently considering some of the most pressing issues the international community faces, including; the dire humanitarian situation in Syria, ISIL, and Ebola.


The New Zealand High Commission will be closed from 25th December, 2014 and re-open on 6th January, 2015.

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We would like to take this opportunity to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year


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