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$32 million worth of Kava exported last year - Shaheen Ali
The Permanent Secretary for Commerce, Trade, Tourism and Transport Shaheen Ali says last year Fiji e
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All drug test results on day 2 of BOG returns negative
The results for all 24 players that were tested for marijuana, methamphetamine and cocaine use durin
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Six people homeless after fire destroys house
Six people are now homeless after a fire destroyed their house this morning. Police say a four be
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Former politician and Taukei Movement member Apisai Vuniyayawa Tora passes away
Former politician and Taukei Movement member, Apisai Vuniyayawa Tora has passed away at the age of 8
3 hours ago
We cannot preempt when nightclubs will re-open – AG
Minister for Economy Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum says that health takes precedence over revenue generation a
9 hours ago
Victoria reports deadliest day of COVID-19 pandemic
Australia’s second-most populous state, Victoria, reported its deadliest day of the COVID-19 outbr
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Students and Military Officer arrested for breach of curfew
Students in their 20’s and a 28 year old Military Officer were arrested for breach of curfew in th
7 hours ago
$85 million dollars worth of marijuana uprooted in Kadavu within one month
More than 1000 kilograms of marijuana plants worth more than $85 million dollars have been uprooted
1 day ago
Connecting farmers to the market remains a critical commitment of the Ministry – Dr Reddy
Minister for Agriculture Dr. Mahendra Reddy says connecting farmers to the market remains a critical
10 hours ago

Kumar urges Fijians in Levuka to download the careFIJI app to help revive the tourism industry
Minister for Local Government Premila Kumar has urged Fijians in Levuka to download the careFIJI app
1 day ago
One soccer player tests positive for marijuana use at Day 1 of Punjas BOG
One soccer player tested positive yesterday for using marijuana to enhance his performance in the Pu
1 day ago
Government currently looking at provisions in relation to foreigners purchasing properties in Fiji
Minister for Economy, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum says they are currently looking into provisions in relatio
1 day ago

CCTV cameras to be installed in Nausori Town to fight illegal drug trade and prostitution
CCTV cameras will soon be installed in locations around Nausori Town to help Police deal with growin
2 days ago
Justice Temo tells police to do their job properly in relation to an alleged murder case
Suva High Court Judge Justice Salesi Temo has told the witness officer in an alleged murder case to
3 days ago

09/08/2020
Fire destroys a house in Ba this morning
A four-bedroom house in Tuvu, Ba belonging to a 59-year-old man was destroyed in a fire this morning. Police and the National Fire Authority officers are at the scene.
7 hours ago
Beirut explosion: Angry protesters enter foreign ministry
Dozens of protesters in Beirut have entered the foreign ministry during a wider demonstration over the huge explosion that left at least 158 dead. Several thousand peo
10 hours ago

08/08/2020
NZ PM Ardern launches 'COVID election' campaign promising jobs
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern today launched her re-election campaign promising a “laser-like” focus on boosting jobs and economic growth hit by the COVID
1 day ago
36 arrests made for breach of curfew in last 48 hours
36 arrests were made for breach of curfew restrictions over the last 48 hours. Acting Police Commissioner Rusiate Tudravu says from Thursday 11pm to Friday 4am, nine a
1 day ago
Facebook founder sees wealth hit US $100bn after TikTok rival launch
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has seen his personal wealth rise to US $100 billion after the launch of a new short-form video feature. Facebook announced the US rol
1 day ago

Remarkable achievement to have spectators in attendance – AG
Attorney General, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum says Fiji is one of the few countries in the world where tournament’s such as the Punjas BOG is being held and spectators are in a
1 day ago
Kerala plane crash: 16 dead after Air India plane breaks in two at Calicut
An Air India Express plane with 191 people on board has crashed at an airport in the southern state of Kerala, killing at least 16 people. The Boeing 737, en route fro
1 day ago
Fiji receives 277 GeneXpert test kits capable of producing COVID-19 results in 45 minutes
The Ministry of Health has received 277 GeneXpert test kits capable of producing accurate COVID-19 results in just 45 minutes. These kits contain a total of 2,770 cart
1 day ago

Govt will assist those people who have lost their jobs due to COVID-19 and whose FNPF funds are now depleted - AG
Minister for Economy, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum says the government will step in to pay $220 a fortnight as part of the unemployment benefit to any FNPF member who has lost the
1 day ago

07/08/2020
Travel bubble talks continue however discussions are quite delicate - AG
Minister for Economy, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum says talks continue with Australia and New Zealand about the travel bubble however the talks are at a delicate stage. While s
2 days ago
Trial of man who allegedly stabbed wife in Walu Bay to begin next year
The trial of a 34-year-old man who allegedly murdered his 34-year-old wife in Walu Bay last year will begin in June next year. Luke Nasetava appeared before High Court
2 days ago
Govt will assist those people who have lost their jobs due to COVID-19 and whose FNPF funds are now depleted - AG
Minister for Economy, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum says the government will step in to pay $220 a fortnight as part of the unemployment benefit to any FNPF member who has lost the
2 days ago

Fiji nominates Ratu Inoke Kubuabola to be Secretary-General of the Pacific Islands Forum
Fiji’s seasoned diplomat and former Minister for Foreign Affairs, Ratu Inoke Kubuabola has been nominated as Fiji’s candidate for the position of Secretary-General of
2 days ago
Niece to give evidence for the prosecution in the uncle’s rape trial
A 19-year-old woman will give evidence in her uncle’s rape trial which will begin next Wednesday. Suva High Court Judge Justice Salesi Temo was told that the 27-year
2 days ago
Donald Trump bans transactions with TikTok's Chinese owner
US President Donald Trump has issued an executive order banning any transactions with ByteDance, the Chinese company that owns the video-sharing app TikTok, starting in 4
2 days ago

PNG suffers third COVID-19 death
One more person has died from COVID-19 in Papua New Guinea, bringing the total to three. Authorities said the latest victim is a 62-year-old man who went to Port Mores
2 days ago
Unemployed Fijians turn up in numbers to sell their products at Open Market Day
Unemployed Fijians took advantage of Open Market Day 2020 today at Sukuna Park which was initiated to provide a platform to showcase and sell their products to benefit th
2 days ago
70-year-old Nausori woman dies after being allegedy hit by a bus this morning
A 70-year-old woman from Baulevu in Nausori has passed away after she was allegedly hit by a bus driven by a 48-year-old man at the Matanikorovatu Road junction in Nasinu
2 days ago

Urgent medical supplies reach PNG through the help of Jack Ma Foundation and World Food Programme
Acting Permanent Secretary for Health Doctor James Fong says our border quarantine measures have been amended to allow the transfer of essential items throughout the Paci
2 days ago
330 students in Arya Pratinidhi Sabha run schools need lunch provided to them as their families have been affected by COVID-19
The Arya Pratinidhi Sabha of Fiji says 330 students at 35 of the Sabha run institutions are being assisted because they need lunch as their parents are facing financial d
2 days ago
No water in parts of Labasa for the past two days due to numerous bursts in a pipe
Thousands of residents in Labasa are raising concerns after they have not received water supply for the past two days while the Water Authority of Fiji says this is cause
2 days ago

Welfare allowances are always in the recipients’ bank accounts on the 5th of every month – Vuniwaqa
Minister for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation, Mereseini Vuniwaqa has confirmed that the social welfare allowances are always in the accounts of the eligible recip
2 days ago
New irrigation project to help farmers in Vuqele
The new multipurpose irrigation project for Vuqele farmers in Tavua is expected to enhance farming activities within the Vuqele settlement, ensuring the community would a
2 days ago
Police recover stolen livestock
Nadi Police have successfully recovered livestock stolen from a farm belonging to a 57-year-old businessman. Police say a report was received on the 31st of July that
2 days ago

New York Attorney General files a lawsuit to dissolve the National Rifle Association
New York's Attorney General has announced a lawsuit aimed at dissolving the powerful National Rifle Association over alleged financial mismanagement. Letitia James sai
2 days ago
We are working with police and traditional leaders to address the increase in the reported rape cases of women and girls - Ali
The Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre is working hand in hand with the Eastern Division Police and traditional leaders to address the significant increase in the number of rep
2 days ago
India becomes third country to surpass two million COVID-19 cases
More than two million people have now tested positive for COVID-19 in India. The country confirmed the last million cases in just 20 days, faster than the US or Brazil
2 days ago

NFA concerned with electrical related fire incidents
Electrical related fire incidents have been the highest cause of fires so far this year. National Fire Authority CEO Puamau Sowane says in the first half of 2020, NFA
2 days ago

06/08/2020
7 new COVID-19 cases in PNG
PNG has confirmed 7 more COVID-19 cases today with 3 from yesterday and 4 for today. Yumi FM News reports these 7 cases are all linked to a mining company that has sus
3 days ago
US Ambassador encourages children to read more
The US Embassy has today in partnership with the Asian Foundation donated various books to the Suva City Carnegie Library. While making the donation, US Ambassador Jos
3 days ago
FICAC yet to conclude investigation into parliamentarians
The Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption has confirmed that it is yet to conclude its investigation into eight Opposition MPs and one government MP for allegedl
3 days ago

Online Safety Commission working with Police on investigations regarding calls made on social media for people to be raped
A complaint has been filed with the Online Safety Commission in relation to the case where a call was made on social media for a rape survivor to be raped again. The O
3 days ago
Two people arrested in relation to land sale scam in Makoi
Two people have been arrested for their alleged involvement in a land sale scam in Makoi that was discovered by FICAC with the help of the Ministry of Housing and Communi
3 days ago
FRA completes repair works on 6 major roads in Central Division
The Fiji Roads Authority has completed road rehabilitation work on six frequently travelled road sections in the Central Division that will improve driving conditions, re
FRA
3 days ago

Man pleads not guilty raping and sexually assaulting 16-year-old neighbour
A Nasinu man who allegedly raped and sexually assaulted a 16-year-old girl has pleaded not guilty to his charges in the Suva High Court this morning. The man is charge
3 days ago
12 new COVID-19 cases in NSW, Australia
Health authorities in New South Wales in Australia have confirmed 12 new coronavirus infections in the 24 hours to 8:00pm yesterday. None of the new cases were returne
3 days ago
Fraudulent real estate agents con university students
Incidences of rental fraud have surfaced in the last few weeks with university students falling victims to individuals purporting to be real estate agents or caretakers,
3 days ago

About 10,000 people have their welfare payments suspended until they submit their forms
The Director of Social Welfare says welfare payments of about 10,000 people who were previously receiving the allowances, has been suspended as they have not filled in th
3 days ago
FCCC commends some businesses for passing down duty reductions
The Fijian Competition and Consumer Commission has commended Tappoos, Burger King and McDonalds for reducing the prices of their products to reflect the reductions and ex
3 days ago
23 people arrested for curfew breaches in the last 48 hours
Twenty-three people were arrested in the last 48 hours for breaching curfew. This includes 4 people who were arrested from Vunato in Lautoka between 11 pm on Tuesday t
3 days ago

Tens of millions of COVID-19 vaccine doses to be available by early 2021- Fauci
The top U.S government official on infectious diseases, Dr Anthony Fauci says drugmakers will likely have tens of millions of doses of a coronavirus vaccine in the early
3 days ago
Land sale scam discovered in Makoi by FICAC
A land sale scam in Makoi has been discovered by FICAC with the help of the Ministry of Housing and Community Development. FICAC says they have discovered a scam invol
3 days ago
Public Inquiry Committee to look into lot allocations at Housing Authority of Fiji
A three member Public Inquiry Committee has been appointed to look into the possible irregularities and fraudulent transactions, in relation to allocation of lots by the
3 days ago

Police still searching for woman who was last seen with the man whose body was found at the Pender Court Apartments
Police are still looking for the woman who was last seen with a taxi driver whose body was discovered in a room at the Pender Court Apartments in Suva on Tuesday. The
3 days ago
Navuniivi youths take action against climate change
More than 600 mangrove seedlings were planted by the youths of Navuniivi village in Ra as they take action against climate change in their communities. Minister for
3 days ago
18 juveniles and 3 Police officers charged for serious crimes last month
18 juveniles were charged with serious crimes last month. According to the DPP’s office, the juveniles were charged with aggravated robbery, aggravated burglary and
3 days ago

US orders 100 million doses of Johnson & Johnson vaccine
The US government has ordered 100 million doses of an experimental coronavirus vaccine. Johnson & Johnson, which is behind the jab, announced the US $1 billion dea
3 days ago
Beirut explosion: Port officials under house arrest as rescue efforts continue
A number of Beirut port officials are being placed under house arrest pending an investigation into Tuesday's huge explosion. The blast killed at least 135 people and
3 days ago
Mandalis and Hindu communities should assist the needy with food and other basic items during Krishna Janmashtami - Prakash
The Vice President of the Shree Sanatan Dharm Pratinidhi Sabha Fiji, Vijendra Prakash is calling on Mandalis and Hindu communities to assist the needy with food and other
3 days ago

Man charged with the murder of his brother last month
A 26-year-old man was charged with the murder of his 23-year-old brother last month. According to the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions, the man allegedly
3 days ago

05/08/2020
Former Fiji Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Services employee pleads guilty to corruption related charges
A former temporary relieving packer with the Fiji Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Services has pleaded guilty to causing the Ministry of Health a loss of $4,050.45 in the S
4 days ago
Meeting to address concerns about criminal activities in Nausori
A meeting aimed at discussing concerns about criminal activities in Nausori will be held this evening at the Nausori Town Council Boardroom. Representatives from the F
4 days ago
Pig Association raises concerns about imported Australian pork
The President of the Fiji Pig Association, Simon Cole has expressed concern over the import of pork from Australia at a price to Fiji that is lower than what is sold in A
4 days ago

New guideline says obesity not defined by weight
A new Canadian clinical guideline says obesity should be defined by a person's health - not just their weight. It also advises doctors to go beyond simply recommending di
4 days ago
Cane farmers warned of fake agents demanding commission
Fake agents are allegedly calling cane farmers and demanding them to pay them a commission of more than $1,000 to receive a certain grant approved under their name. Su
4 days ago
3 students who allegedly assaulted another student reconcile in court
The Marist Brothers High School students who allegedly assaulted another student have reconciled with the victim. The 18-year-old senior prefect was produced before Su
4 days ago

Outreach Resource Centres available for USP students
Two outreach resource centres for USP students were opened today. One was opened in Walu Bay for students in the Suva, Lami and Navua corridor while the second one was
USP
4 days ago
Lateef and Moore’s plea deferred till next week
Former Suva lawyer Shazran Abdul Lateef and Zoe Maharaj Moore who are charged with drug possession will take their plea next Wednesday. They were supposed to take thei
4 days ago
Sanatan Dharm Pratinidhi Sabha Fiji is providing needy students with lunch
Shree Sanatan Dharm Pratinidhi Sabha Fiji says school heads and management of Sanatan schools have established the number of students who are not coming to school with lu
4 days ago

Leadership Fiji launches Community Fund to help community based projects
Leadership Fiji has launched a Community Fund which will receive and manage the funds from organizations, donors, Leadership Fiji Alumni and other individuals to support
4 days ago
Fijians are saddened and stunned by the devastating explosion in Lebanon which has claimed at least 70 lives – PM
Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama says Fijians are saddened and stunned by the devastating explosion at Beirut Port in Lebanon which has claimed at least 70 lives. The
4 days ago
Melbourne police 'assaulted and baited' over lockdown rules
Authorities in the Australian city of Melbourne have warned of a "dangerous" rise in people resisting lockdown measures, sometimes violently. Police said this trend in
4 days ago

FRA to undertake emergency deck replacement work on the Waidra and Koronivia Bridge
The Waidra Bridge on Baulevu Road and Koronivia Bridge along Koronivia Road in Nausori will be closed for emergency deck replacement work from 11pm this Friday to 4am Sat
FRA
4 days ago
Police to address shortfalls in service delivery in Nausori after concerns about prostitution, drugs and glue sniffing
Police Chief Operations Officer ACP Abdul Khan is now addressing the issue of shortfalls in service delivery following concerns raised by business people in Nausori about
4 days ago
3 senior prefects charged with assaulting a 17-year-old student
3 senior prefects of a Suva based school will be produced in the Suva Magistrates Court after they were charged with allegedly assaulting a 17-year-old student from the s
4 days ago

Beirut blast: Dozens dead and thousands injured
A large blast in the Lebanese capital, Beirut, has killed at least 50 people and injured more than 2,700 others. The BBC reports that it is not yet clear what caused t
4 days ago
Man found dead in a room at Pender Court Apartments
Police are currently investigating a case whereby the body of a taxi driver was discovered in a room at the Pender Court Apartments in Suva yesterday. Police Spokesper
4 days ago
Man sentenced to 14 years in jail for raping partner
A man who was charged with the rape and assault with the intention to commit rape of his partner has been sentenced to 14 years imprisonment by High Court Judge, Justice
4 days ago

04/08/2020
Fire destroys Makoi house
A two flat property on Matanisiga Road in Kalokalo Crescent, Makoi has been destroyed in a fire this evening. An eyewitness says no one was injured and two fire trucks
5 days ago
AG stresses the importance of CareFiji app
Attorney General and Minister for Economy Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum has highlighted that to date, Fiji only has 10 percent of careFiji app downloads.Sayed-Khaiyum highlighted t
5 days ago
DIVA for Equality to feed about 200 students in 2 Suva schools from this week
Women-led activist group, DIVA for Equality will start their Love Meal School Food Programme this week where they will be providing meals to about 200 students in 2 high-
5 days ago

Chanel Home of Compassion thanks the people for their generous support to assist the residents
The sisters from Chanel Home of Compassion have thanked the many people who have come forward to assist them from last week after it was highlighted they were in need of
5 days ago
Premila Kumar says Housing Authority of Fiji is currently not serving its purpose
The Housing Authority of Fiji is yet to give details regarding staff numbers following comments made by Minister for Housing, Premila Kumar who has said they want to know
5 days ago
Labasa Airport will re-open for flights this Thursday
Labasa Airport will re-open for flights this Thursday after completion of the runway upgrades. Fiji Airports Chairman, Geoffrey Shaw says this runway upgrade is signif
5 days ago

Alleged murderer Sailosi Naivalurua’s bail further extended
A 20-year-old man who allegedly killed a 40-year-old man in Colo-I-Suva in April this year appeared before High Court Judge Justice Vincent Perera today. The court has
5 days ago
Man in custody after police recover stolen items during a raid in Nakasi
A man who is alleged to have received stolen items is now in police custody. Officers from the Police Southern Division Taskforce managed to arrest the man after a rai
5 days ago
Family of the Year 9 murder victim pleading with public to assist with investigations
The grandfather of the 13-year-old girl who was murdered in Namara, Labasa last month is pleading with the public to come forward if they have any information that will h
5 days ago

No layoffs at Carpenters Fiji Limited
Carpenters Fiji Limited has today confirmed that there will be no staff layoffs at the MH Supermarkets, MH Homemaker and Carpenters Hardware outlets. Carpenters Fiji L
5 days ago
WAF Urges Proper Disposal of Rubbish After Finding Tyre In Pump Store water during the dry season – WAF CEO
The Water Authority of Fiji is urging Fijians to dispose of their rubbish properly, after finding a tyre lodged in a pump at one of their Raw Water Pumping Stations which
5 days ago
35-year-old child rapist to undergo psychiatric evaluation before sentencing
High Court Judge, Justice Daniel Goundar has granted a 35-year-old man’s request to get a psychiatric evaluation done to assist in his mitigation. The man raped a 2-
5 days ago

2 drunk couples arrested for breach of curfew
12 arrests were made for breach of curfew restrictions in the last 48 hours. Acting Police Commissioner Rusiate Tudravu says between 11pm Sunday to 4am Monday morning,
5 days ago
Man sentenced to 10 years imprisonment for raping and sexually assaulting 10 year old girl
A 19-year-old man who raped and sexually assaulted a Year 5 girl in a settlement in Labasa in March this year has been sentenced to 10 years imprisonment. The man had
5 days ago
WHO warns of 'no silver bullet' amid vaccine search
The head of the World Health Organization has said that while there is hope for a vaccine against COVID-19, one might never be found. The BBC reports that Tedros Adhan
5 days ago

Nawaikula facing charge before Independent Legal Services Commission
Lawyer and SODELPA parliamentarian Niko Nawaikula is now facing charges relating to professional misconduct. Nawaikula’s case has been called before the Independent
5 days ago
Bill English: Computer mouse co-creator dies at 91
The co-creator of the computer mouse, William English, has died aged 91. The BBC reports the engineer and inventor was born in 1929 in Kentucky and studied electrical
5 days ago
Tudravu is “filling the big shoes” of Qiliho – PM
Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama says Acting Police Commissioner Rusiate Tudravu is “filling the big shoes” of Police Commissioner Sitiveni Qiliho who left for the U
5 days ago

03/08/2020
Tessa Price is FNU Acting Vice-Chancellor until FNU Council appoints new Acting VC
The Fiji National University Council has unanimously agreed to appoint Tessa Price to assume the role of Acting Vice-Chancellor for one month commencing today. Price r
FNU
6 days ago
Parents must never shift the role of teaching values to teachers - Akbar
Minister for Education Rosy Akbar has stressed that parents must never shift the role of teaching values to children to the teachers. While speaking at the unveiling o
6 days ago
10 of the 20 victims who were allegedly raped or sexually assaulted in July were under the age of 18 years
10 of the 20 victims who were allegedly raped or sexually assaulted in July this year were under the age of 18 years. The Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions
6 days ago

Man charged with robbing and raping a 60-year-old woman
A 28-year-old man who allegedly robbed a 60-year-old woman, has also been charged with raping the woman. The DPP’s Office says the alleged incident occurred whilst t
6 days ago
Two men allegedly drug and rape a woman in Lautoka after meeting her on Facebook
Two men have been charged with the rape and sexual assault of a 22-year-old woman whom they met on Facebook. The DPP’s Office says the two men aged 21 years had alle
6 days ago
Bus conductor found with methamphetamine released on bail
A 29-year-old bus conductor who is charged with one count of unlawful possession of illicit drugs has been released on bail by Chief Magistrate Usaia Ratuvili. Avinesh
6 days ago

Trial begins for the man who allegedly killed his partner after setting her on fire
The trial of the 30-year-old man who allegedly murdered his defacto partner in Kalabu, Nasinu in January last year by setting her on fire has started today before High Co
6 days ago
PAFCO donates Tuna to assist workers in quarantine facilities
Over 2,400 cans of Sunbell Tuna has been donated by the Pacific Fishing Company Limited to the Health Ministry to aid those frontline workers manning the Government quara
6 days ago
People questioned in relation to the murder of Year 9 student
Police have questioned some people in relation to the murder of a Year 9 student at her home in Namara, Labasa last month. Police Spokesperson Ana Naisoro says their i
6 days ago

Man sentenced to 7 years for raping and assaulting his wife
A 42-year-old man who raped and assaulted his wife in Namosi last year has been sentenced to 7 years imprisonment by High Court Judge Justice Salesi Temo. Justice Temo
6 days ago
Fiji Muslim League providing lunch for over 300 students
Fiji Muslim League President Hafiz-Ud-Dean Khan says they have been providing lunch for over 300 students so far since the resumption of schools.These are the students wh
6 days ago
Traffic from Lami to Suva was caused by an accident - FRA
The Fiji Roads Authority says the traffic earlier in the day from Lami into Suva was caused by an accident near the Tamavua-i-Wai Bridge. Drivers coming into Suva thro
6 days ago

17-year-old charged with aggravated robbery remanded at Juvenile Boys Centre
A 17-year-old boy who allegedly burgled a property in Suva while on bail was produced before Suva High Court Judge Justice Daniel Goundar this morning. He is charged w
6 days ago
Bus conductor allegedly found with meth
A 29-year-old bus conductor has been charged with one count of unlawful possession of illicit drugs after he was allegedly found with clear plastic bags containing metham
6 days ago
Motibhai Group of Companies confirms their line of Tan Mackerel is not or has never been banned in Malaysia - FCCC
The Fijian Competition and Consumer Commission say Motibhai Group of Companies has confirmed that their line of Tan Mackerel is not or has never been banned in Malaysia c
6 days ago

Taxi drivers caught in illegal activities should be banned from driving forever - Fiji Taxi Association
Taxi drivers who have been caught doing illegal activities in their taxis should be banned from driving. This has been highlighted by the Fiji Taxi Association General
6 days ago
Australian state of Victoria declares state of disaster after spike in COVID-19 cases
The Australian state of Victoria has declared a state of disaster and imposed new lockdown measures after a surge in coronavirus infections. Under the new rules, resid
6 days ago
Police questioning suspect in relation to alleged stabbing of taxi driver in Nadi
Police are currently questioning a suspect in relation to the alleged stabbing of a taxi driver in Nadi on Friday. Police had earlier said a 55-year-old taxi driver wa
6 days ago

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