Friday, January 16, 2009

NZ may give Fiji more aid says Prime Minister John Key via TVNZ - one news & NewstalkZB (ref link)

http://tvnz.co.nz/national-news/nz-may-give-fiji-more-aid-2443747

Friday: 16 January 2006 @6.15pm
A REFLECTION BY - Luvei Viti (Children of Fiji) Community grp

'VINAKA & THANK YOU'

to the Hon. Prime Minister -John Key & the People of Aotearoa/NZ
for your support to the people of Fiji at this difficult times & especially when the political climate back in Fiji is so very 'FLUID' at this point in time.

It is warming to hear that NZ Government has looked to the Grassroot People of Fiji more so than the 'flip=flop' happenings that have inflicted Fiji's administration over the last year or so.

Two hours or so ago Hon. John Key revealed his plans so read more details as to what s written in the above link:
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QUOTE:

New Zealand remains open to giving more aid to flood stricken Fiji.
The government has already allocated $100,000 but Fiji is seeking more help after heavy rain and flooding caused substantial infrastructure damage.
Prime Minister John Key says more financial assistance may be given to Fiji via Non Government Organisations.
He says Foreign Affairs officials are looking at the matter and assessments are being made as to whether more aid is required.
Eleven people have died, including several village children, since the tropical storm began lashing the coast last Friday.
Almost 10,000 people have been displaced, while more than 300 businesses have been destroyed in the tourist town of Nadi alone.
Fiji's weather bureau has predicted more wind and rain in coming days but says the tropical depression is very unlikely to develop into a cyclone.
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