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· March, 2007

Stories about Oceania from March, 2007

Cricket World Cup 2007 through the eyes of the bloggers

  13 March 2007

The 9th World Cup cricket started with a colorful opening ceremony in the Carribean islands. The tournament is scheduled for 51 matches in a span of one and a half months. The itinerary can be found here, the tickets here, and here is the official website. (via Cric Blog) The...

Myanmar: Blogging the Job

  8 March 2007

Mayvelous, the Burmese blogger in Fiji gets a new training assignment and she is blogging her training notes “So here I am, sharing my notes. You have a choice to read or ditch them, it’s entirely up to you. I’m still learning and those technologies are very new for me,...

Fiji: Newspaper General Manager Releases

  3 March 2007

Intlligentsiya blog is reporting that Fijian Military has released Fiji Daily Post's general manager Mesake Koroi. The blog says “Koroi was taken by soldiers to Queen Elizabeth Barracks yesterday morning after a letter was published in the newspaper yesterday titled ‘The Great Conspiracy’ which “alleged and named conspirators” in the...

Fiji: Newspaper Executive Arrested

  1 March 2007

Intelligentsiya blog is reporting that the general manager of the Fiji Daily Post newspaper was arrested by the military. “It could probably have been over a letter from a Fijian in Australia (titled ‘Defunct Police Force’) criticising acting Police Commissioner Romanu Tikotikoca for shelving the investigation into army commander Voreqe...

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