New Zealand High Commission Suva, Fiji

10-03-14

An online toolkit is now available for New Zealand exporters to help tell the New Zealand story overseas.

10-03-14

The African Union Handbook 2014 is a comprehensive guide to the African Union system and how it works.

26-02-14

This is a message from the New Zealand High Commission in Suva to New Zealanders registered as currently being in Fiji. 

10-12-13

Since 1996, the New Zealand High Commission in Suva, Fiji has hosted an end of year function at its Official Residence to recognise the achievements of its graduands under the New Zealand Regional Development Scholarships (NZRDS) programme.

12-10-13

Fiji citizens can now apply for postgraduate study awards at New Zealand institutions for study in 2014.

This follows the announcement made by New Zealand’s Foreign Minister Murray McCully last month that postgraduate scholarships for students from Fiji would be reinstated.

The New Zealand Aid Programme is offering ten New Zealand Pacific Scholarship awards for Fiji citizens to study in New Zealand in 2014 at postgraduate certificate, diploma, masters, and doctorate level.

10-10-13

During the launch of the 2013 National Disaster Awareness Week, Acting Head of Mission Mark Ramsden said the New Zealand Aid Programme in Fiji has a strong focus on supporting disaster risk reduction.

10-10-13

This has been the fifth consecutive year of the Secondary School Essay Competition, organised jointly by the New Zealand High Commission and the Fiji Association in Auckland Inc.

03-07-13

Former All Black and 7s captain Eric Rush visited Fiji as a keynote speaker for the “Fiji Rugby Centenary Conference: Reflections on the Past, Present and Future” organised by the University of the South Pacific (USP) on 1-2 July.

22-04-13

A New Zealand High Commission grant of FJ$14,000 has helped improved the health and hygiene of the students of Viwa District through significant improvements to the school’s water harvesting system.

25-03-13

A Dawn Service will be held within the grounds of the New Zealand Official Residence, Ratu Sukuna Rd, Muanikau, on Anzac Day.

Those wishing to attend are requested to arrive at the New Zealand Official Residence no later than 5.15 AM.  The Dawn Service will commence at 5.25 AM, and conclude at approximately 6.15 AM.  The
Dawn Service will be followed by a gunfire breakfast.

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