“Mobile texting: development of disaster”. Islands Business, April 2013.
Kagoshima University, Kagoshima and Japan: learning curves for a Fijian (South Pacific Newsletter, KURCPI, 2012)
“Inaccurate news on life expectancies in Fiji”. Pacific Scoop, AUT. 19 December 2011.
“Why good people support evil: applying Philip Zimbardo to Fiji”. Intelligentsiya. 15 Nov 2011.
“Fiji’s cancerous conspiracies of silence”. Intelligentsiya. Nov 5 2011.
“A Japanese sojourn: lessons for Fiji” Pacific Scoop, AUT. 27 September 2011.
“Troublesome challenges for Forum countries” Pacific Scoop, AUT. 4 September 2011.
“Ending the cycles of religious intolerance” Pacific Scoop, AUT. 3 September 2011
“Fijians, I-Taukei, Indians and Indo-Fijians”. Pacific Scoop 16 February 2011.
Fiji Education Sector Project. Independent Completion Report (2010) by Bill Pennington, Nelson Ireland and Wadan Narsey. Also at : http://www.oecd.org/dataoecd/30/43/48473721.pdf
“The impact of poverty on education in Fiji: the use of HIES and population projection data”. USP-ANU Fiji Update, July 2010. USP.
“The Pre-Decision Kit: a bitter sweet pill for nurses and Fiji”. The Fiji Times 4 March 2010.
“National examinations: you don’t know what you have got till it is gone”. The Fiji Times 27 February 2010.
“The moral gutting of Fiji and coming economic collapse” (various blogs)
Population and Development in the Pacific Islands: Accelerating the ICPD Plan of Action @ 15, Faculty of Business and Economics, Proceedings of the Regional Symposium at The University of the South Pacific, 23 to 25 November 2009. (Edited by Wadan Narsey, Annette Sachs Robertson, Biman Prasad, Eduard Jongstra, and Kesaia Seniloli). 2010.
“A fascinating book: 100 years of Marist Brothers in Fiji: a book review”. The Fiji Times 30 November 2010.
“The military government’s media censorship and its own People’s Charter”. (various blogs 2010)
“Media censorship and a deeper darkness during Diwali” (Pacific Scoop, 12 December 2010).
“Spell well, not spelling hell”. The Fiji Times 6 August 2010.
“Free Pre-Schools for the poor” The Fiji Times 30 July 2010.
“Water, water, everywhere: but not in a divided nation” The Fiji Times. 9 April 2010
“Changing age structures, education financing and poverty: how put family planning back on the agenda” Plenary 2 paper at the Regional Symposium on Population and Development in the Pacific Islands: Accelerating the ICPD Plan of Action, Faculty of Business and Economics, The University of the South Pacific, 23 to 25 November 2009.
“Nuclear testing in the pacific: what were the British thinking?” Fiji Islands Business, August 2009.
“With God on Our Side” Fiji Sun, 24 Feb 2009 and The Fiji Times.
“The Rev Niukula Lecture on Just Wages in Fiji”. April 2009 organized by ECREA. (blogs)
“The moral gutting of Fiji and coming economic collapse” 13 July 2009 (blogs)
“A shameful police state” 22 July 2009 (blogs)
“With God on Our Side” Fiji Sun, 24 Feb 2009 and The Fiji Times.
“A Visionary Pacific Community”. Pacific Connections, April/May 2009.
“The Charter Charade” The Fiji Times, 23 December 2008.
“MIC immoral mobile texting” The Fiji Times, 16 December 2008.
“Transparency, accountability and us” The Fiji Times, and Fiji Sun, 11 December 2008.
“The ACS,QVS and Marish Gangs and My Gang: the need for PNGPs”. Fiji Sun. 14 November 2008.
“When our judges open Pandora’s Box” The Fiji Times, 21 October 2008.
“Not Charter, not growth rates, but the law” The Fiji Times, August 19 2008.
Sangam’s service: beyond nursing [The Fiji Times, 29 April 2008]
Final Report on the 2004-05 Employment and Unemployment Survey. Fiji Islands Bureau of Statistics. (May 2007). (FIBoS)
Hard copy may be obtained from Fiji Islands Bureau of Statistics.
The Charter: charting us into uncharted waters[The Fiji Times, 13 November 2007]
A Proposal to Commodore Frank Bainimarama (by Dr Wadan Narsey) (7 October 2007)
“The financial liability of tunnel visions”,The Fiji Times,14 August 2007.
“The GCC suspension: not a winding up order but a “wake-up call for our chiefs” The Fiji Times,28 July 2007.
Poverty and affirmative action: facts, not prejudices [The Fiji Times, 11 June 2007]
A laundryman’s son who defied convention Sunday Times, April 22, 2007
“Yet again: method, not just the cause: the need for Truth and Justice” The Fiji Times, Jan 2007.
Just Wages for Fiji: lifting workers out of poverty. ECREA and Vanuavou Publications. 2006. With dedication to Amelia Rokotuivuna and foreword byRatu Joni Madraiwiwi (Vice President of Fiji)
“The rugby hypocrisy continues”. Islands Business, October 2006.
The Fiji Times,19 May 2006
Call for a Presidential Commission of Truth, Justice and Resolution (5 Dec 2006) (presented to Meeting of NGOs at the Fiji Women’ Crisis Centre)
The rugby hypocrisy continues [The Fiji Times, 17 March 2006]
“Fostering Fijians in Business” Keynote address to AGM of Indigenous Fijian Business Council. The Fijian Shangrila, March 2006.
“Just Wages for Fiji” Fiji TImes. date??
“Education costs, education enrolment and population projections”. PRIDE workshop for senior regional education officials. Vila, Vanuatu. July 2005.
“The financing of education and education outcomes: issues of class size, school size, and rural location”. PRIDE workshop for senior regional education officials. Vila, Vanuatu. July 2005.
“How does an MoE civil servant respond to the typical Raving Minister of Education?” PRIDE workshop for senior regional education officials. Vila, Vanuatu. July 2005.
Amelia Rokotuivuna (1941-2005): a light shines on [The Fiji Times and Fiji Sun, 7 June 2005]
“Great concept, bad reality: proposed Unity and Amnesty Bill needs a rethink” The Fiji Times,31 May 2005
“Gender discrimination in sports sponsorship: women netballers missing the gravy train” The Sunday Times,29 May 2005.
“Vijay Singh marches on” and supplement on Vijay Singh. The Fiji Times,18 May 2005.
Academic outcomes and resources for Basic Education.Institute of Education, The University of the South Pacific,Suva,Fiji. 2004. Hard copy of book available from USP Book Centre http://www.uspbookcentre.com/
To Level the Playing Fields: developing our small people. Vanuavou Publications,Suva,Fiji. 2004. (a collection of articles on economic, political and social issues in Fiji). Cover Book available from USP Book Centre http://www.uspbookcentre.com/
“Men’s sexual violence against children” The Fiji Times, 2 December 2004.
“Why no Indo-Fijians in Fiji’s tourism image?”. The Sunday Times, 26 September 2004.
Vijay Singh: the blockbuster Bollywood movie [The Fiji Times, 24 September 2004]
Colonialism again, rugby style [The Fiji Times, 25 July 2004]
“Australian and NZ policy in the Pacific: Alternatives to crude regional integration” Paper presented at the 39th Otago Foreign Policy School. Redefining the Pacific? Regionalism, Past, Present and the Future. 25-27 June 2004.
Siwatibau- a role model to be missed [The Fiji Times, 16 October 2003]
“Pre-schools help the poor more”. The Fiji Times, 5 May 2003
“Killing righteously: the immoral war in Iraq”. The Fiji Times, April 2003
“Fiji’s population growth is not a time bomb”. The Fiji Times, 27 September 2002
“Fijian education: the many good news”. The Fiji Times, 10 September 2002.
“Strange Indo-Fijian silences on suicides“. The Fiji Times, 5 September 2002.
“For richer and poorer: can indigenous Fijians accumulate?“. The Fiji Times, 29 August 2002.
The Fiji Times, 3 July 2002.
“Fair and foul: the racist skin-whitening ads”. The Fiji Times, 19 March 2002
“Atu Emberson’s film on goldmine workers strike: silenced by the gold“, The Fiji Times, 15 January 2002.
Why we need a referendum for our Constitution [The Fiji Times, 11 March 2001]
Method as important as the cause [The Fiji Times, 17 Dec 2000.]
Super 12 a super rip-off” The Fiji Times,3 Dec 2000.
Are we up to it? Victorious Vijay Singh [The Fiji Times, 23 April 2000]
Our constitutional trauma: symptoms and causes. [The Fiji Times, 17 Feb 2000]
Expiring ALTA Leases: A Way Forward. (with Jai Ram Reddy). 1999. Submission to Parliamentary Select Committee on ALTA.
“Jobs and the elderly: a niche market for Fijian tourism“. The Fiji Times,26 November 1999.
“FLP Budget 2000: just who pays for dinner”. The Fiji Times,8 November 1999.
“Our racist gambling hypocrisy with the Chinese“. The Fiji Times,5 November 1999.
The rugby world Cup: not a level playing field [The Fiji Times, 22 October 1999]
“Mental illness: urgent need for social recognition”. The Fiji Times,8 October 1999.
Brother Theophane: mission transcending religion for men and women of the cloth: [The Fiji Times, 1 Oct 1999]
“Don’t discriminate against expatriates“. The Fiji Times,15 August 1999.
“The paradoxes in our prisons”. The Fiji Times, 3 September 1999.
“18 holes of golf at the Fiji Golf Club, gone to waste“. The Fiji Times,20 August 1999.
“Public sector reform: if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”. The Fiji Times,16 July 1999.
“The Korolevu Declaration: moving to the same beat”. The Fiji Times,9 July 1999.
“Raw deal for nuclear test guinea pigs at Malden and Christmas Islands“. The Sunday Times,13 June 1999. (also in Pacific Islands Monthly, July 1999)
“A perverse parliamentary perk”. The Fiji Times, June. 1999.
“Clause 2 stalls Senate decision”. The Fiji Times,17 June 1999.
“A tale of city rates”. The Fiji Times,5 February 1999.
“Nutritional regression in free markets: are we nuts when it comes to good health?”. Daily Post,29 October 1998.
“State, NGOs must agree on national disaster roles”. The Fiji Times,15 October 1998.
“The alternative vote system: is it better?”. The Fiji Times,28 July 1998.
“Balancing tradition in a capitalist market economy”. A book review of MIW, Fijians in business by Dr Ropate Qalo. Daily Post,4 April 1998.
“USP Law School: a win-win solution“. The Fiji Times,30 March 1998.
“Vijay’s a fantastic attraction: A golfing bonanza goes begging“. The Fiji Times,15 January 1998.
The constitution, democracy and economic justice
[Paper to CCF Dialogue, 1997]
“The economic madness of military expenditure in Fiji”. The Fiji Times,6 May 1997. (from an address to the 1997 Accountants’ Congress).
Is ours a culture of silence? [The Fiji Times, 29 April 1997]
STOP OUR VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN [The Fiji Times, 14 Dec 1996]
The Financing of Education in Vanuatu, Report for the World Bank and Government of Vanuatu. 1993. Not published.
Pacific Regional Post Secondary Education Study: Vol. 1. Overview of Fiji, Kiribati, Tonga, Western Samoa, Solomon Islands, and Vanuatu. (With A.Aime, D.Hamilton, Jin He and Ian P. Morris). World Bank Report No. 11351, Country DepartmentIII,East Asia and the Pacific Region. (available in USP Library)
Pacific Regional Post Secondary Study. Volume 2. Tracer Study (Fiji, Kiribati, Solomon Islands, and Western Samoa). World Bank, Country DepartmentIII, EAPR. (with Ian P. Morris). (available in USP Library)
Post Secondary Education and the Labor Market: Issues and Options. Country Studies: part of Pacific Regional Post Secondary Study. World Bank, Country Department III, EAPR. (with Ian P. Morris). Separate volumes for Fiji, Kiribati, Solomon Islands,Tonga, Vanuatu, and Western Samoa (available in USP Library)
Fiji’s colonial development and underdevelopment: a critique of the Knapman thesis. [Published in The Contemporary Pacific, Vol.2, No.1, pp. 208-213 and Journal of Pacific Studies, Vol.16, pp. 91-106.]
The anti-women Report of the Fiji Employment and Development Mission
[“The Political Economy of Employment Missions: a case study of the Fiji Employment and Development Mission, 1982‑84” in Class and Culture, edited by A. Hooper. (1987) Auckland University and Institute of Pacific Studies, University of South Pacific. pp. 194-208.]