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Kalouniwai is the new RFMF Commander, Qiliho reappointed as Police Commissioner and Kean reappointed as the Corrections Commissioner
Brigadier General Jone Kalouniwai is the new Commander of the Republic of Fiji Military Forces, Brig
7 hours ago
Poverty estimates released by the Bureau of Statistics is reliable
University of the South Pacific economist, Doctor Neelesh Gounder says the poverty estimates release
5 hours ago
Children between 15 to 17 years will be vaccinated with the Moderna vaccine
Permanent Secretary for Health Dr James Fong says they will be vaccinating children between 15 to 17
2 hours ago

MEET THE YOUNG PACIFIC CHANGE MAKERS!!!
Change Maker #9 - Isireli Vuadreu  Isireli Vuadreu Varia is 29-year-old and hails from Dakuibeq
2 days ago
Alleged Taveuni arsonist remanded in custody
19-year-old Sitiveni McComber who is charged for his alleged involvement in the cases of arson in Ta
5 hours ago
Akbar says Poverty Benefit Scheme assists more than 23,000 households
Minister for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation, Rosy Akbar says the government has allocated $
5 hours ago

Voting and counting processes for the 2022 General Elections will be done manually – Saneem
Supervisor of Elections Mohammed Saneem says voting and counting processes for the 2022 General Elec
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5 hours ago
FULL STORY: 61.9% of the target population now fully vaccinated
Permanent Secretary for Health Dr James Fong says as of 14th of September 577,005 adults in Fiji hav
1 day ago
CEO of Fiji Bureau of Statistics sacked
The CEO of the Fiji Bureau of Statistics, Kemueli Naiqama has been sacked. A government statement
1 day ago

We will not release the grants until there is proper transparency at USP - AG
Minister for Economy Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum has made it clear that the Fijian government will not relea
1 day ago
AG says data released by the Bureau of Statistics cannot be relied upon as there were huge integrity issues
Attorney General and Minister for Economy Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum says the data released by the Fiji Bur
2 days ago

16/09/2021
NGO Coalition on Human Rights shocked at the instant termination of Kemueli Naiqama
The NGO Coalition on Human Rights says they were shocked to hear about the unfair dismissal, instant termination and the reported ‘escorting' of the Chief Executive Off
5 hours ago
Fiji Link ready to start domestic flights between Suva and Nadi as soon as the borders are lifted
Fiji’s domestic airline, Fiji Link is ready to resume domestic flights safely, as it anticipates the progressive lifting of local Containment Zones however only fully v
6 hours ago
Figures by the Fiji Bureau of Stats does not hold against actual direct registration platforms such as the voter registration data – Saneem
Supervisor of Elections Mohammed Saneem says they note that the Fiji Bureau of Statistics has estimated that in the year 2019/2020, 570,327 people were over the age of 18
9 hours ago

Shamima Ali calls on the PM to sack the AG or the AG to resign for the good of Fiji
Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre Coordinator and member of the Fiji CSO Alliance, Shamima Ali is calling on the Prime Minister to immediately sack Attorney General, Aiyaz Say
9 hours ago
Man gets electrocuted at a construction site in Nausori
A man was electrocuted while working at a construction site in Nausori this morning. Fijivillage was alerted by a concerned citizen who also alleged that it was the ca
10 hours ago
Time yet to be confirmed for the official announcement today on COVID-19 and the lifting of the containment borders in Viti Levu and other measures
The time is yet to be confirmed for the official announcement today on COVID-19 and the lifting of the containment borders in Viti Levu and other measures after reviewing
10 hours ago

Man charged for arson cases in Taveuni in July
A 19-year-old man from Naqara, Taveuni has been charged for his alleged involvement in cases of arson in Taveuni in July. He has been charged with one count of attempt
13 hours ago
Qantas confirms 2021 travel dates to Fiji, US, UK, NZ & Singapore for double-vaxxed Aussies
Qantas is preparing for international travel to recommence in a matter of months for the first time in almost two years. Australia's national carrier is now accepting
14 hours ago
483 COVID-19 cases in Kadavu
Kadavu now has a total of 483 cases after 9 new cases were recorded in the last 24 hours. Permanent Secretary for Health Doctor James Fong says nine patients are curre
14 hours ago

15/09/2021
146 new cases of COVID-19
Fiji has recorded 146 new cases of COVID-19 for the 24 hour period that ended at 8 am today with 69 cases from the Western Division, 68 cases are from the Central Divisio
24 hours ago
Health Ministry says eligible children’s 1st dose vaccination is planned for rollout from Monday 20th September 2021
The Health Ministry says the eligible children’s 1st dose vaccination is planned for rollout from Monday 20th September 2021 and the 2nd dose from Monday 18th October 2
1 day ago
Rabuka brands the AG’s outbursts regarding the Fiji Bureau of Stats as stupid
People’s Alliance Party Leader, Sitiveni Rabuka has branded the Attorney General, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum’s outbursts as stupid after Sayed-Khaiyum’s comments regarding
1 day ago

Gavoka tells the AG and the Govt to leave the Bureau of Statistics alone to do its job
SODELPA Leader, Viliame Gavoka says to hear that the Fiji Bureau of Statistics CEO, Kemueli Naiqama, was unceremoniously dismissed and escorted off premises for the pover
1 day ago
Termination of Fiji Bureau of Stats CEO shows the dictatorial and military style operation by Govt – Prof.Prasad
National Federation Party Leader Professor Biman Prasad says the termination of Fiji Bureau and Statistics CEO Kemueli Naiqama’s contract shows the dictatorial and mili
1 day ago
The sacking of the CEO of Fiji Bureau of Stats is disgraceful, shameful and unethical – Chaudhry
Fiji Labour Party, Mahendra Chaudhry says it is a sad state of affairs and the Economy Minister, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum should accept the truth and stop questioning the cred
1 day ago

The birth certificate requirement came about after the experiences of the 2018 elections and does not mean that the elections were not free and fair – Saneem
Supervisor of Elections Mohammed Saneem says the birth certificate requirement for voter registration came about after the experiences of the 2018 general elections, when
FEO
1 day ago
Vuto resigns as Acting CEO of Fiji Revenue and Customs Service
The Fiji Revenue and Customs Service has announced the resignation of its Acting Chief Executive Officer Jonetani Vuto. His resignation is effective as of this Friday.
1 day ago
Navtarang celebrates its 32nd birthday
As Communications Fiji Limited radio station, Navtarang celebrates its 32nd birthday today, Senior Content Director Satya Nand says they want to continue to be part of th
1 day ago

DPP’s Office disappointed with comments made by Magistrate Puamau in Freesoul Matter
The Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions is disappointed with the comments made by Resident Magistrate Seini Puamau in the Freesoul sentencing hearing yesterday
DPP
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Daku Resort in Savusavu planning for local borders to open and is offering $1 weekend deals
Daku Resort in Savusavu is seeing 85% occupancy rate in the weekends after the introduction of $1 weekend deals and are now planning for local borders to open and travel
1 day ago
7 fatal accidents caused by speeding
Thirteen fatal accidents have been recorded so far this year and seven were as a result of speeding. Police say 22,942 drivers were booked for speeding from 1st Januar
2 days ago

RFMF Commander Land Force visits soldiers in the Nausori and Tailevu North containment zones
RFMF Land Force Commander, Colonel Onisivoro Covunisaqa has been visiting soldiers deployed in the Nausori and Tailevu North containment zones. Colonel Covunisaqa visi
2 days ago
26 new COVID-19 cases on Waya Island while Beqa Island records 10 new cases
26 new COVID-19 cases have been reported on Waya Island in Yasawa while Beqa Island has recorded 10 new cases in the last 24 hours. There are now 58 cases in total on
2 days ago
1 COVID-19 death and 131 new cases
There are 131 new cases of COVID-19 and one new COVID-19 death. The one death reported is from the Central Division. He is a 63-year-old man who presented to the Na
2 days ago

FULL STORY: 59.6% now fully vaccinated
59.6% of Fiji’’s target population are now fully vaccinated. It was earlier announced by the government that the curfew would move from 9pm to 4am and the containm
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14/09/2021
Shocking stats on i-Taukei Poverty – Chaudhry
Fiji Labour Party Leader, Mahendra Chaudhry says it is absolutely shocking that the iTaukei population constitute 75 percent of the 258,053 people living in poverty in ou
2 days ago
Two boys appear in court for allegedly raping 5 year old neighbour
Two boys aged 16 and 12 who allegedly raped a 5 year old girl appeared in the Suva Magistrates Court this afternoon. Both have been charged with a count each of rape a
2 days ago
Report on poverty has shocked us to our core – SODELPA
SODELPA Leader, Viliame Gavoka says the 2019-2020 Household Income and Expenditure Survey has shocked them to their core as he says on ethnic basis, 76 percent of the poo
2 days ago

Businessman booked for operating shop in Makoi during curfew hours
A businessman was issued a public health infringement notice for failing to comply with orders pertaining to the closure of business during curfew hours. Police say th
2 days ago
The fact that 29.1% of the Fijian population were in poverty before the COVID-19 pandemic was alarming – Prof Prasad
National Federation Party Leader, Professor Biman Prasad says the fact that 29.1%t of the Fijian population were in poverty before the COVID-19 pandemic was alarming and
2 days ago
Miscommunication leads to delay in the Freesoul case
Miscommunication led to a delay in court proceedings in the case against Freesoul Real Estate Development Limited. The matter was supposed to be called for its sentenc
DPP
2 days ago

Westpac's sale of its Pacific businesses has been rejected by Papua New Guinea's competition regulator
Westpac's sale of its Pacific businesses has been rejected by Papua New Guinea's competition regulator. Market Watch reports the Australian lender said that Papua New
2 days ago
Education Ministry says everyone associated with schools will be required to be fully vaccinated
Minister for Education, Premila Kumar says when students return to school, they need to be protected and this means that along with the students and teachers, all ancilla
2 days ago
Education Minister says they intend to resume face to face classes for Year 12 and 13 students as soon as the COVID-19 safety protocols are in place
Minister for Education, Premila Kumar says they intend to resume face to face classes for Year 12 and 13 students as soon as the COVID-19 safety protocols are in place.
2 days ago

FICAC arrests man who was allegedly involved in the First Home And First Land Grant scam
FICAC has arrested a 26-year-old man who was allegedly involved in the First Home And First Land Grant scam occurring in some parts of the Western Division. FICAC says
2 days ago
AG is hell-bent to destroy the future of all USP students – USP Students Association
The University of the South Pacific Students Association is calling on the Fijian Government to immediately release the grant payments that it owes to USP because their
2 days ago
28 days lockdown was discussed in April but it would not have been effective – Dr. Fong
Permanent Secretary for Health, Doctor James Fong says a hard lockdown was discussed in April until they had seen the data that indicated that a 28-day lockdown would not
2 days ago

Long COVID cases will put a strain on Fiji's health system – Dr. Fong
The Permanent Secretary for Health, Doctor James Fong says long COVID cases will put a strain on Fiji's health system in the longer term but at the moment, the system is
2 days ago
Ritesh Dass resigns as the PS for Agriculture
Ritesh Dass has resigned as the Permanent Secretary for Agriculture. The Public Service Commission says Dass plans to pursue a new career opportunity following his eff
2 days ago
More COVID-19 cases in Yasawa with strict movement restriction now in place on Nacula Island
Strict movement restriction is now in place for Nacula Island in Yasawa after 21 COVID-19 cases were recorded by the villages of Nacula and Naisisili. Permanent Secret
3 days ago

473 COVID-19 cases in Kadavu with 8 new cases in the last 24 hrs
Kadavu recorded 8 new cases in the last 24 hours bringing the total number of cases on the island to 473. Permanent Secretary for Health Doctor James Fong says nine c
3 days ago
20 healthcare workers leave for Yanuca & Beqa Island
The Ministry of Health and Medical Services is sending a team of 20 healthcare and allied healthcare workers to Yanuca and Beqa Island this morning for 3 days. A total
3 days ago
3 new COVID-19 deaths and 127 new cases
There are 127 new cases of COVID-19 in Fiji while 3 new COVID-19 deaths have been reported for the period of 10th to 12th September 2021. Two deaths were reported for
3 days ago

58.3% of the target population in Fiji now fully vaccinated
As of 12th September, 97.2% of the target population in Fiji have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine while 58.3% are now fully vaccinated nationwide. T
3 days ago

13/09/2021
Man charged with 23 counts of forgery remanded in custody
A 50-year-old self-employed man of Malolo, Nadi who is charged with 23 counts of forgery has been remanded in custody by the Nadi Magistrates Court. Rohit Prasad Trive
3 days ago
University student is hoping for things to normalize so that she can get job opportunities
First year university student, Avantika Kumari says she hopes that by the time she completes her studies, things would completely normalize so that she can get job opport
3 days ago
2% of children in Fiji were deprived of three meals a day in 2019-2020 according to the Fiji Bureau of Statistics
2% of children in Fiji were deprived of three meals a day in 2019-2020 according to the Fiji Bureau of Statistics. According to the 2019-2020 Household Income and Expe
3 days ago

There were clear breaches of USP policies and processes that implicate the former members of the administration - President Aingimea
The President of Nauru and former Chancellor of the University of the South Pacific, Lionel Aingimea has told the parliament of Nauru that there were clear breaches of US
USP
3 days ago
477,500 of the Fijian population reside in the urban areas with a total estimated Fijian population of 864,132
More than 50 percent of the population reside in the urban areas in the country according to the population estimates based on the 2019-2020 Household Income and Expendit
3 days ago
258,000 people lived under the Basic Needs Poverty Line according to the 2019-20 Household Income and Expenditure Survey
The Fiji Bureau of Statistics 2019-2020 Household Income and Expenditure Survey confirms 29.9 percent of Fijians, or about 258,000 individuals in 45,724 households, lived
3 days ago

Three people rushed to hospital after an accident involving an ambulance and a private vehicle near Laqere Bridge
Three people were rushed to hospital after an accident involving an ambulance and a private vehicle near Laqere Bridge on Kings Road after 1pm today. Police say the dr
3 days ago
Three out of ten Fijians living in poverty in 2019/2020, with rural poverty still much higher than urban poverty
The Fiji Bureau of Statistics 2019-20 Household Income and Expenditure Survey confirms that three out of ten Fijians were living in poverty in 2019-2020, with rural pover
3 days ago
Donors step in to assist woman who is taking shelter in a wrecked van
Minister for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation, Rosy Akbar says they have been informed that some donors have offered Anita Singh some land and assistance to build
3 days ago

Proposed increase for the price of sugar will impact the livelihood of consumers - Shandil
The Consumer Council of Fiji says the proposed increase in the price of sugar is significant and will impact the livelihood of consumers. CEO, Seema Shandil says the C
3 days ago
Health Ministry urges businesses and workplaces to refocus on improving ventilation and air quality to support current COVID safe measures
The Health Ministry is advising all businesses and workplaces that there is an urgent need to refocus on improving ventilation and air quality to support their current CO
3 days ago
Lifeline Fiji records 47 suicide cases and 65 attempted suicide cases from Jan to July 2021
Lifeline Fiji has recorded 47 suicide cases and 65 attempted suicide cases from January to July this year. According to Lifeline Fiji, of the 47 suicide cases, 36 wer
3 days ago

Nawaikula files civil claim against the Supervisor of Elections
SODELPA MP, Niko Nawaikula has filed a civil claim against the Supervisor of Elections Mohammed Saneem. The claim relates to the wrongful and unlawful decision of the
4 days ago
102 notices for failure to wear a mask between 11th and 12th September
102 Public Health Infringement Notices were issued for failure to wear a mask between the 11th and 12th September. 26 notices were issued for social gathering and 5 fo
4 days ago

12/09/2021
48 COVID-19 cases on Beqa Island
37 COVID-19 cases have now been identified in Dakuni village on Beqa island, while 11 more cases have been diagnosed in Dakuibeqa village in the last 24 hours. Permane
4 days ago
Indicators are telling us that we are on the tail end of the epidemic - Dr. Fong
The Ministry of Health has noted the downturn in COVID-19 case numbers and positivity rate although they are limiting the testing to high-risk groups and places of concer
4 days ago
128 new cases of COVID-19
128 new cases of COVID-19 have been reported for the 24 hour period that ended at 8am today while no new deaths have been recorded due to this virus. 90 cases are from
4 days ago

57.7% of the target population are now fully vaccinated
97% of the target population have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine while 57.7% are now fully vaccinated nationwide. This means 568,998 adults in Fiji h
4 days ago
SODELPA recommends Govt to declare COVID-19 as a National Disaster in COVID-19 infected islands
SODELPA is recommending the Government to declare COVID-19 as a National Disaster in Kadavu and other outer islands that are infected by the COVID-19 virus as it is impac
4 days ago
Year 13 student hopes to get a job to assist her family
Year 13 student, Azaria Sharma says she is looking for a job right now as her father who was the sole breadwinner for their family is unemployed and they need an income.
4 days ago

FDB puts temporary pause on receiving new COVID-19 Recovery Credit Guarantee Scheme applications
The Fiji Development Bank is putting a temporary pause on receiving new applications for the COVID-19 Recovery Credit Guarantee Scheme from 4pm on Tuesday to allow the p
4 days ago
We will now only consider the Fiji Medicinal Products Board approved COVID-19 Rapid Diagnostic Test kits – Dr Fong
Permanent Secretary for Health Dr James Fong says they have seen an upsurge in the importation of Rapid Diagnostic Test Kits, some of which are not yet approved for any u
4 days ago
Beqa Island is a new area of interest as COVID cases identified on the island – Dr Fong
Beqa Island is the new area of interest after a 70-year-old bedridden man who passed away in his home in Dakuni Village on 8th September, was diagnosed with COVID-19.
4 days ago

Housing Ministry urges people to be aware of scammers who are pretending to be Ministry agents
The Ministry of Housing is urging all Fijians to be cautious of those who pretend to be representatives of the Ministry as a person on Facebook is pretending to be an age
5 days ago
9/11 anniversary: Emotional tributes paid to lives lost
Relatives of people who died on 9/11 have read out victims' names, as the US marks 20 years since the deadliest terror attacks on its soil. Many struggled to hold back
5 days ago
Dr Fong says as the second dose coverage increases, it is expected that internal borders within Viti Levu will be lifted soon
The Permanent Secretary for Health Dr James Fong says as the second dose coverage increases, it is expected that internal borders within Viti Levu will be lifted soon.
5 days ago

11/09/2021
1 new COVID-19 death reported in the West
A 34 year old woman from Nadi has passed away due to COVID-19. She was not fully vaccinated as she did not receive the second dose of the vaccine. There have now be
5 days ago
Alleged inciteful comments in a video after Veronica Malani’s court ruling to be analyzed by Police on Monday
Police Commissioner, Brigadier General Sitiveni Qiliho confirms Police will analyze a concerning video being circulated from yesterday on social media after a court rulin
5 days ago
People urged to seek assistance in the fight against mental health and suicide as Police recorded 94 suicide cases last year
People have been urged to seek assistance in the fight against mental health and suicide as Police recorded 94 suicide cases and 108 attempted suicide cases last year.
5 days ago

We will transition to community surveillance testing as severe COVID-19 disease numbers and positivity rates approach the containment phase levels – Dr Fong
The Health Ministry will be transitioning to community surveillance testing as severe COVID-19 disease numbers and positivity rates approach the containment phase levels.
5 days ago
Biden calls for unity as US prepares to mark 9/11 anniversary
US President Joe Biden has urged unity as his country prepares to remember the victims of the 11th September attacks. In a video, Biden paid tribute to the 2,977 peopl
5 days ago
56.2% of the target population now fully vaccinated
96.9% of the target population have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine while 56.2% are now fully vaccinated nationwide. This means that 568,246 adults in
5 days ago

New Disney movies to debut exclusively in Cinemas
Hollywood giant Walt Disney says the rest of its 2021 films will screen exclusively in cinemas before being made available for streaming. The decision is a boost to st
5 days ago
117 people booked for not wearing a mask in a public place in the last two days
Police say they are concerned that health measures about wearing a mask in a public place are not being followed after 117 Public Health Infringement Notices for this off
5 days ago
Curfew for Labasa moves back to 11pm to 4am and Namara Tiri lockdown lifted
The lockdown of the Namara Tiri area in Vanua Levu has been lifted after days 1, 4 and 12 testing for the primary contacts, and the 181 secondary contacts were all negati
6 days ago

143 new cases of COVID with 8 new cases confirmed in Kadavu
The Permanent Secretary for Health Dr James Fong has confirmed that Fiji has recorded 143 new cases of COVID-19 of which 76 are from the Western Division, 59 are from the
6 days ago
No COVID deaths reported for the last 24 hours however, Health Ministry confirms a 36-year-old partially vaccinated Lautoka man died from COVID on 24th August
There were no COVID-19 deaths reported for the last 24 hours however, the Health Ministry confirmed a 36-year-old partially vaccinated man from Lautoka has passed away du
6 days ago
Application window for the next round of ‘Let’s Win Together Sweepstakes’ will open from 6am tomorrow
The application window for the next round of ‘Let’s Win Together Sweepstakes’ will open from 6am tomorrow to 6am Monday 27th September. The lottery is open to al
6 days ago

10/09/2021
Rabuka says his party will submit a resolution of support for USP and urge the Fijian Govt to pay the funds it is withholding from USP
People's Alliance Party Leader, Sitiveni Rabuka says when the party has its first full executive meeting, he will submit a resolution of support for the USP and the resol
USP
6 days ago
Malani’s application for a judicial review on DPP’s decision not to charge Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum dismissed and struck out
Veronica Malani’s application for leave to apply for a judicial review of the Director of Public Prosecutions decision to not lay charges on the Attorney General, Aiyaz
DPP
6 days ago
USP’s claim is misleading and overstretched – Consumer Council of Fiji
Consumer Council of Fiji Chief Executive Officer Seema Shandil says University of the South Pacific’s claim of being in the top 10% of universities in the world is misl
6 days ago

We almost reached the stage of having to decide who to save and who to not – Dr Maisema
Ana Maisema who is a doctor at the Ministry of Health’s Incident Management Team has revealed that during the height of COVID-19 earlier this year, they almost reached
6 days ago
FBC Chairman proud of loan payoff however accuses the NFP Leader of saying that Riyaz Sayed-Khaiyum was appointed as FBC CEO by the AG
The Fijian Broadcasting Corporation board says it is proud to reveal that the FBC has paid off its major upgrade loan of more than $21.5 million to the Fiji Development B
6 days ago
MEET THE YOUNG PACIFIC CHANGE MAKERS!!!
Change Maker #7 Ranadi Kei Viti Esala Seru Lewamama is well known as Ranadi Kei Viti. Ranadi Kei Viti is the President of Fijians for Change Initiative, a network that is
6 days ago

EqualMed donates $1M worth of equipment to Health Ministry
The Ministry of Health has received medical equipment worth around $1 million from EqualMed. This includes 600,000 face masks, 2,400 face shields, 5,000 gowns, 5,000 p
6 days ago
NZ Govt to provide $1.45M to Fiji Red Cross Society
The New Zealand Government has announced a contribution of $1.45million to the Fiji Red Cross Society’s COVID-19 response plans. New Zealand's High Commissioner to F
6 days ago
Bulitavu says he has unfinished business in SODELPA and will stay with the party for now but has called on Gavoka to resign
SODELPA MP, Mosese Bulitavu says he has unfinished business in SODELPA and he will stay with the party for now but has also called on the party leader, Viliame Gavoka to
6 days ago

Biden requires employees of big businesses to be vaccinated or face testing
US President Joe Biden has announced sweeping federal COVID measures that require workers at large companies to be vaccinated or face weekly testing. The new measures
6 days ago
Sai Prema Foundation to offer free medical consultations and medications for all RFMF and Navy personnel and their family
Sai Prema Foundation is offering free general medical consultations and medications for all RFMF and Navy personnel, their spouses and children. This comes after the s
6 days ago
More than 50% of the eligible population in the Central and Western Divisions are fully vaccinated
More than 50% of the eligible population in the Central Division are fully vaccinated for COVID-19, 60.5% are fully vaccinated in the Western Division, 14.1% in the Easte
6 days ago

Bulitavu remains Member of Parliament
SODELPA MP Mosese Bulitavu will remain a Member of Parliament and his seat will not be deemed vacant. Chief Justice Kamal Kumar has dismissed and struck out the case f
6 days ago
Technology is the way forward for law enforcement agencies – Seruiratu
Minister for Defence, National Security and Policing, Inia Seruiratu has highlighted that technology is definitely the way forward for most law enforcement agencies, thus
7 days ago
NZ announces further support towards Fiji’s COVID response
New Zealand has announced a further NZ$12 million of support towards Fiji’s COVID-19 response. The package builds on previous tranches of assistance New Zealand has
7 days ago

179 new cases of COVID-19 with 1 new case in the North
179 new cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed for the period that ended at 8am yesterday. 87 cases are from the Western Division, 90 cases are from the Central Division
7 days ago
Health Ministry in an advanced stage of planning to begin the vaccination of children between 16 and 18 years
The Permanent Secretary for Health Dr James Fong says they are in an advanced stage of planning to begin the vaccination of children under 18 years. He says they will
7 days ago
5 unvaccinated people die from COVID between 16th July to 8th September
5 unvaccinated people have died due to COVID-19 between 16th July to 8th September 2021. One death was reported from the Western Division and four deaths were reported fr
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258,000 people lived under the Basic Needs Poverty Line according to the 2019-20 Household Income and Expenditure Survey
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Debate on the Bill to Amend the iTaukei Land Trust Act
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