Rotuma is a Fijian Dependency, consisting of the island of Rotuma and nearby islets. The island group is home to a small but unique indigenous ethnic group which constitutes a recognizable minority within the population of Fiji, known as “Rotumans”.
Its population at the 2007 census was 2,002, although a large exodus of Rotumans from the island sees the population on mainland Fijian islands totaling 10,000.
- History of Rotuma
- Geography and geology of Rotuma
- Demographics of Rotuma
- Notable Rotumans
- Politics and society in Rotuma
- Official languages : Rotuman, English
- Ethnic groups : Rotuman, Fijian,Samoan
- Independence : from Great Britain (becoming Dependency of Fiji)
- Date : October 10, 1970
- Total : 44 km2 , 17 sq mi
- 2007 census : 2,002
- Currency : Fiji dollar (FJD)
- Time zone : (UTC+12)
- Calling code : 679
- Government : Dependency of Fiji
- District Officer (Gagaj Pure) : Lewis Ting
- Chairman of the Rotuma Island Council (Gagaj Jeaman) : Tarterani Rigamoto
- Rotuma website
- The Land Has Eyes – an award-winning film set in Rotuma made by Rotumans.
- Rotuman Hafa – Rotuman dance
- Amateur radio – Amateur radio operations from Rotuma, with information on Rotuman history, culture, flora, fauna, geography, etc.; lengthy bibliography.
- The Vertrebrates of Rotuma and Surrounding Waters
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