Minister for Labor, Industrial Relations, Productivity, Tourism, and Environment Bernadette Rounds-ganilau of Fiji

Interim Minister for Labour Bernadette Rounds-Ganilau has expressed regret at the assault of a Nadi youth by soldiers last week which resulted in severe head injuries and surgery, as first reported by Intelligentsiya.
But Rounds-Ganilau has this to say: I emailed Major Leweni on Friday morning after my visit on Thursday evening and it bounced back so resent it on Monday morning 19th February.
Fiji's Minister for Labour and Industrial Relations Bernadette Rounds-Ganilau says her door is open for further talks with the striking nurses.
Mrs Rounds-Ganilau says the government wants to continue talking to the Nursing Association until agreement can be reached to end the strike.
extreme climate-related events were being faced today.
most severe economically in the country's history.
Former radio personality and social worker Bernadette Rounds-Ganilau has big plans for the Labour, Industrial Relations, Tourism and Environment Ministry.
Rounds-Ganilau said she had yet to receive a confirmation from the interim Government of her appointment.
He told me his family loves Fiji, Foundation Secretary Bernadette Rounds-Ganilau said about Milo Gibsons donation.
Rounds-Ganilau said she was approached a number of years ago by the Gibson family's Fiji manager, Martin Livingston, who informed her that the family was interested in donating a dialysis machine to the Foundation.
Rounds-Ganilau said the Haemodialysis is an expensive life saving treatment but necessary for the growing number of patients with end stage kidney disease in Fiji.
Ms Rounds-Ganilau was yesterday sworn-in as interim minister for Labour, Industrial Relations, Productivity, Tourism and Environment.
Ms Rounds-Ganilau said she had put in a lot of thought and had consulted a lot of her colleagues about her appointment.
BERNADETTE Rounds-Ganilau has got to be the friendliest politician around.
thousands of bookings lost in December due to domestic political strife.
Awards official Dick Smith said Rounds-Ganilau has been a pillar of strength for the industry.
Mrs Rounds-Ganilau says shes concerned for the countrys health situation as she doesnt know how long the standby labour is able to carry on.
Bernadette Rounds-Ganilau says she hopes the nurses can understand that the countrys economic situation can only allow for their pay to be restored slowly.