Call for revision of Fiji’s laws on protection of historical heritage sites

Tourists gather around the landmark clock at the Suva Botanical Gardens just outside the Fiji Museum. Picture: JOVESA NAISUA/FILE

THE director of the Fiji Museum, Nemani Sipiriano, has called for a revision of Fiji’s laws on the protection of its historical heritage sites. He said some of the laws – like the POAPE Act (Preservation of Objects of Archaeological and Ethnological Act) – has been in existence since the 1940s. He said certain clauses […]

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