• Fiji in crisis

    Richard Herr     |      June 6, 2023

    The fact that Fiji’s Parliament has been without an opposition for weeks has largely escaped the attention of the international media, but the growing political crisis is stoking fears of another military coup.

  • Fiji walks the tightrope between the USA and China

    Denghua Zhang     |      September 11, 2021

    With the resurgence of COVID-19, Fiji once again sees itself at the centre of great power rivalry as assistance arrives from both the United States and China.

  • Bainimarama visit highlights Pacific “family ties”

    Richard Herr     |      September 11, 2019

    Scott Morrison has emphasised Australia’s ‘family relationship’ with Pacific nations, and we’ll get a good idea of the state of relations when Fijian Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama visits Canberra this week.

  • Tackling diabetes in Fiji

    Open Forum     |      September 15, 2018

    With Fiji’s population suffering the highest rate of diabetes in the world, Central Queensland University researcher, Lydia O’Meara, is educating local farmers on how to overcome and reduce these common but preventable diseases in rural communities.