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Gavoka should understand that Bill No.17 deals with an administrative matter – AG
Attorney General, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum says people like SODELPA Leader, Viliame Gavoka should underst
2 hours ago
Tabuya's motion to have PM's overseas travel expenditure reduced by $175,000 defeated
A motion by SODELPA MP Lynda Tabuya for the overseas travel allowance of the Prime Minister to be re
5 hours ago
We do not expect schools to re-open in the next few months - AG
Minister for Economy Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum says the transport assistance has been reduced by $4.3 mill
2 hours ago

We still need Qorvis Communications to help us in some of the work - AG
Attorney General and Minister for Communications, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum says they still need Qorvis Co
4 hours ago
Govt engages German company to start work on vaccine passport
Attorney General and Minister for Communications, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum says they have engaged a Germa
3 hours ago
Gavoka questioned and released by Police
SODELPA Leader, Viliame Gavoka has been questioned and released by Police. Gavoka was summoned to
6 hours ago

Young Pacific Change Maker Project looks for Inspirational Young Fijians
The excitement around the Young Pacific Change Makers Project is steadily building as we draw nearer
1 day ago
Review of Village Guidelines is work in progress - PM
The Prime Minister and the Minister for Itaukei Affairs Voreqe Bainimarama has confirmed that the re
5 hours ago
I assure Social Welfare beneficiaries that their entitlements will not be affected in the 2021/2022 budget – Vuniwaqa
Minister of Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation Mereseini Vuniwaqa has assured Social Welfare be
7 hours ago

The Opposition was caught off guard and didn’t expect the bold and extraordinary measures in the budget – AG
Minister for Economy, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum says the Opposition was completely caught off-guard with t
8 hours ago
Speaker rules out 3 petitions presented by Opposition members for the Prime Minister to ask the AG to withdraw Bill No. 17
Speaker of Parliament, Ratu Epeli Nailatikau has ruled out the three petitions presented by SODELPA
10 hours ago
With a very conservative revenue estimation strategy, Govt debt is expected to rise to $9 billion or 91.6 percent of GDP – Sayed-Khaiyum
Minister for Economy, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum says they are taking a very conservative revenue estimatio
4 hours ago

Seruiratu says our collective security takes precedence over our individual rights
Minister for Defence, National Security and Policing, Inia Seruiratu says we are not in normal times
1 day ago
Prof.Prasad says the Govt has poorly delivered during this crisis and this COVID crisis will not end in October
The Leader of the National Federation Party Professor Biman Prasad has labeled the Government as gut
1 day ago

28/07/2021
Only the Health, Communications and Local Government Ministries & Fiji Police Force have an increase in the number of civil servants
Minister for Economy Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum says there is no increase in the number of civil service positions except for the Ministry of Health, Ministry of Communications,
5 hours ago
Fiji to play NZ in Olympic gold medal final
Full time - Fiji 26 vs Argentina 14 11' Semi Radradra gets Fiji’s fourth try. Fiji 26 vs Argentina 14 10' Fiji gives away a penalty at the breakdown. 9' Jiuta Wainiq
6 hours ago
At the F.D.A.’s urging, Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna are expanding their trials for children 5 to 11 years
At the urging of federal regulators in the US, two coronavirus vaccine makers are expanding the size of their clinical trials for children aged 5 to 11 years — a precau
7 hours ago

COVID-19 vaccines reach Rotuma and Lakeba Island in Lau
Good news for villagers in Rotuma and Lakeba Island in Lau as they can now access COVID-19 vaccines. The Health Ministry through the support of Wayne and Deborah Hinto
11 hours ago
Drive through swab service at Suva Civic Centre from today till Friday
The drive through swab service at the Suva Civic Centre will continue from today till Friday and it is specifically targeting people who are most at risk of severe illnes
12 hours ago
Man dies after allegedly jumping off the tray of a moving vehicle
Police have confirmed that a 53-year-old man who allegedly jumped off the tray of the vehicle he was travelling in has passed away. The deceased and another man were s
12 hours ago

27/07/2021
76.7% of the target population have received at least one dose of the COVID vaccine and 17.7% are now fully vaccinated
449,934 adults in Fiji have received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and 103,742 have received their second doses. Permanent Secretary for Health, Doctor Jame
21 hours ago
11 new COVID-19 deaths from 22nd to 27th July while 715 COVID cases
Permanent Secretary for Health, Doctor James Fong has announced 11 new COVID-19 deaths from 22nd to 27th July and 715 COVID cases for the 24 hour period that ended at 8am
22 hours ago
Fiji to play Argentina at 2.30pm today in semifinal of Tokyo Olympics 7s competition
The Fiji Men’s 7s team will play Argentina at 2.30pm today in the second semifinal of the Tokyo Olympics 7s competition. The national side booked their place in the
22 hours ago

Tabuya has been spreading blatant lies on social media about Bill NO. 17 – Usamate
Minister for Lands Jone Usamate says that the SODELPA MP Lynda Tabuya has been spreading blatant lies on social media about the Bill to amend the iTaukei Land Trust Act.
1 day ago
Tabuya tells parliament that people of all races have signed the petition which is calling on the Govt to withdraw Bill No.17
SODELPA MP, Lynda Tabuya says people of all races, totalling almost 30,000 have signed the petition calling on the Government to withdraw the Bill to amend the iTaukei La
1 day ago
Adi Litia pleads with the PM to withdraw the Bill to amend the iTaukei Land Trust Act
SODELPA MP, Adi Litia Qionibaravi says she pleads with the Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama to withdraw the Bill to amend the iTaukei Land Trust Act. While opposing t
1 day ago

Govt and TLTB have failed in their fiduciary duties to engage landowners in the decision making about Bill No. 17 - Radrodro
SODELPA MP Aseri Radrodro says both Government and the iTaukei Land Trust Board have failed in their fiduciary duties to engage and involve the landowners in decision mak
1 day ago
The budget is the result of prudent financial management and effective control of government operations – Maharaj
Assistant Minister for Employment, Alvick Maharaj says the 2021-2022 National Budget is the result of prudent financial management and effective control of Government ope
1 day ago
O'Connor lays out targetted capital projects for the Health Ministry in the next financial year
Assistant Minister for Health Alex O'Connor says he would like to personally see the living conditions, workspaces and stations of Ministry of Health staff serving in the
1 day ago

Radrodro questions why the $200 million unemployment benefit is held under requisition
SODELPA MP, Salote Radrodro has called on the Government parliamentary members to tune in to the live parliamentary feed and see the viewers colourful emojis expressing m
1 day ago
Agriculture exports have surpassed the $100 million mark – Dr Reddy
Minister for Agriculture, Waterways and Environment, Dr Mahendra Reddy says agriculture produce exports have now surpassed the $100 million mark. While supporting the
1 day ago
Police concerned about fabricated information that people collecting signatures for a petition against Bill 17 were kept in a container in Nadi
Acting Police Commissioner, Rusiate Tudravu says a social media post claiming that Police officers rounded up a group of men from Sabeto to Nawaka and kept them in a cont
1 day ago

Agriculture Ministry distributes more than 470,000 seed packs to households since last year
Assistant Minister for Agriculture, Viam Pillay says the Ministry has provided more than 470,000 individual seed packs to households when the pandemic began last year.
1 day ago
This is a desperate budget as the Government tries to please everyone, in the desperate hope of winning next year’s elections – Qereqeretabua
National Federation Party MP, Lenora Qereqeretabua says it is just amazing how the Government loves to criticize the Opposition as politicians as the last time she checke
1 day ago
Prof.Prasad taken in for questioning by Police
National Federation Party Leader, Professor Biman Prasad has been taken into questioning again by Police. Acting Police Commissioner, Rusiate Tudravu has said that the
1 day ago

Fiji faces in-form Great Britain who are yet to concede a point
A tough battle awaits our Men’s 7s team when they face Great Britain in their last pool match today. While Fiji has struggled to beat Japan and Canada, Great Britain
1 day ago
Bulitavu has shown courage and integrity – Kumar
Minister for Housing Premila Kumar says the Opposition has acted recklessly to poison the minds of our landowners regarding the Bill to amend the iTaukei Land Trust Act.
1 day ago
Police request for information regarding alleged explosion involving a line thrower at Maui Bay on Sunday
Police have called on anyone who was at or near the Maui Bay picnic spot between 3pm to 4pm on the 25th of July and may have seen individuals acting in a suspicious manne
1 day ago

Border changes prompt Bledisloe shake-up
New Zealand Rugby confirms the Bledisloe Cup will begin with two Tests in New Zealand. Last Friday, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced quarantine-free
1 day ago
COVID-19 vaccines made available in the Yasawa and Mamanuca Group
Good news for villagers in the Yasawa and the Mamanuca Groups as the COVID-19 vaccine is available at your medical facilities. The Head of the Vaccination Taskforce, D
1 day ago
Recent comments by FTUC General Secretary that no consultation was done on the recent amendment to the Health and Safety at Work Regulations 2021, is a total lie - Bala
The Minister for Employment, Parveen Bala says the recent comments made by the National Secretary of the Fiji Trades Union Congress, Felix Anthony that no consultation wa
1 day ago

If we do not vaccinate our target population by November, we will be shut to the world - Koya
Minister for Commerce, Trade, Tourism and Transport Faiyaz Koya says if we fail to vaccinate 80 percent of our population by November 2021, we will be among those shut to
1 day ago

26/07/2021
1,285 new cases of COVID-19 recorded while 9 new COVID-19 deaths reported from 23rd to 26th July
1,285 new cases of COVID-19 have been recorded in the 24 hour period that ended at 8am today while 9 new COVID-19 deaths have been reported for the period from 23rd to 26
2 days ago
People gathering the signatures for the SODELPA petition are playing on the fear of losing land – Draunidalo
HOPE Party Leader Ro Tupou Draunidalo has objected to the lies told to people that are being asked to sign the SODELPA petition to withdraw the Bill to amend the iTaukei
2 days ago
Corporate taxes should be increased instead of taxing the poor unnecessarily – Leawere
SODELPA MP, Mikaele Leawere says it is deplorable and sickening to see sick people living in shocking hospital conditions and families looking for bodies of their loved o
2 days ago

Budget is dependent on the goodwill of our neighbours, frontline workers and cooperation of the public - Jale
SODELPA MP Anare Jale says the 2021/2022 National Budget is entirely dependent on the goodwill of our neighbours who have continued to supply us with vaccines, the dedica
2 days ago
NGO Coalition on Human Rights calls on Govt to hold immediate consultation on the Bill to amend the iTaukei Land Trust Act
The NGO Coalition on Human Rights is calling on the Government to hold immediate consultations with all relevant stakeholders who may be impacted by the proposed changes
2 days ago
Fijians will have to honour the efforts of the Government by getting vaccinated – Bhatnagar
Assistant Minister for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation Veena Bhatnagar says the 2021-2022 National Budget reflects care and compassion for the wellbeing of Fijian
2 days ago

Gavoka says they have gathered 15,000 signatures so far for a petition to be presented to the President, the Prime Minister and the Speaker to remove Bill 17
SODELPA Leader Viliame Gavoka says they have gathered 15,000 signatures for their petition so far to be presented to the President, the Prime Minister and the Speaker of
2 days ago
Many Opposition Members are spreading lies and are jealous of the AG’s intelligence - Adimaitoga
The Assistant Minister for iTaukei Affairs Selai Adimaitoga says many Opposition Members are spreading lies that is causing division amongst people and victimizing the iT
2 days ago
Ro Teimumu believes what the PM is doing is not right and he knows its not right
SODELPA MP Ro Teimumu Kepa believes that sadly over the past 14 years unbeknown to many people, the Bainimarama Government has given little consideration or respect to th
2 days ago

National Budget has been welcomed by vast majority of stakeholders - Kirpal
Government backbencher Sanjay Kirpal says the 2021/2022 National Budget has been welcomed by vast majority of stakeholders except the Opposition who have forgotten the in
2 days ago
Bulanauca opposes the National Budget and the ‘no jab no job policy’
SODELPA MP, Mitieli Bulanauca believes the rights of Fijians under the Constitution has been violated by the FijiFirst Government by its order of the no jab no job. Wh
2 days ago
Misinformation about Bill No. 17 is creating fear amongst people - Akbar
Minister for Education, Rosy Akbar says comments like “you belong to nowhere in the world and you should go to India” are spreading like fire on social media and we s
2 days ago

This is a people’s budget, the initiatives are attractive and the Bill to amend the iTaukei Land Trust Act will benefit the iTaukei landowners - PM
Prime Minister, Voreqe Bainimarama says the 2021/2022 National Budget is a people’s budget, the initiatives in the budget are attractive to everyone and other matters l
2 days ago
SODELPA MP Bulitavu shows his support for the National Budget and Bill 17 in Parliament
SODELPA MP Mosese Bulitavu has shown his support for the 2021-2022 National Budget and also Bill No.17. Speaking in Parliament during the Budget debate, Bulitavu says
2 days ago
If revenue projections are not realized then debt will reach a worrying level – Ratu Naiqama
Opposition Leader and Shadow Minister for Economy, Ratu Naiqama Lalabalavu says the revenue forecast in the 2021/2022 National Budget is over optimistic which will lead t
2 days ago

Chaudhry, Nawaikula, Rabuka and Narube being questioned by Police
Fiji Labour Party Leader, Mahendra Chaudhry and former MP, Niko Nawaikula, former Prime Minister, Sitiveni Rabuka and former Unity Fiji Leader, Savenaca Narube are curren
2 days ago
Retired military officer facing one count of Malicious Act released on bail for $400
A 63-year-old retired military officer, Seremaia Tuiteci who allegedly condemned the reality of COVID-19 through his Facebook page with the intent to create alarm and pub
2 days ago
Police questioning a man who uploaded a Facebook post calling on people to gather in numbers in major towns and cities
Police in Lautoka are still questioning a man who uploaded a Facebook post calling on people to gather in numbers in major towns and cities to fight against members of th
2 days ago

Human Rights Commission condemns the use of inflammatory rhetoric to incite violence and advocate hatred
The Director of the Human Rights and Anti-Discrimination Commission, Ashwin Raj has strongly condemned the use of inflammatory rhetoric on the social media that deliberat
2 days ago
Expect increased Police presence in major towns and cities throughout the country
Police say they will be questioning other people not for the purpose of intimidation as claimed by some, but as a pro-active means to find the truth and not everyone who
2 days ago
Traffic along Kings Highway due to Laqere Bridge checkpoint
Police checkpoints on both ends of the Laqere Bridge is causing a huge traffic jam along the Kings Highway this morning. The traffic stretches from the Laqere Bridge t
2 days ago

7 politicians questioned and released by Police
The seven politicians who were taken in for questioning by officers from the Criminal Investigations Department yesterday have all been released. This includes former
3 days ago

25/07/2021
New curfew times from today for the whole of Viti Levu from 6pm to 4am daily
The Acting Police Commissioner Rusiate Tudravu and the Chairman of the Tailevu Provincial Council has confirmed that the new curfew times from today for the whole of Viti
3 days ago
626 new cases of COVID-19 while 9 deaths recorded from 21st to 25th July
626 new cases of COVID-19 have been reported for the 24 hour period which ended at 8am yesterday while 9 deaths have been recorded from 21st to 25th July.79 cases are fro
3 days ago
64 COVID-19 patients are currently on oxygen support and 3 patients are on ventilators – Dr Tudravu
The Health Ministry's Chief Medical Advisor Doctor Jemesa Tudravu says 64 COVID-19 patients are currently on oxygen support and 3 patients are on ventilators. Tudravu
3 days ago

SODELPA Leader calls for calm and people not to take the law into their own hands
SODELPA Leader Viliame Gavoka is urging all Fijians and the public at large to remain calm and not to take the law into their own hands. Gavoka has released a statemen
3 days ago
Bill No. 17 has come under false and inflammatory attacks by Tabuya, Gavoka, and others - TLTB
The iTaukei Land Trust Board management has released a statement saying Bill No. 17, a proposed amendment to the iTaukei Land Trust Act 1940, has come under false and inf
3 days ago
Police investigate the cause of an explosion at the Maui Bay picnic spot area
Acting Police Commissioner Rusiate Tudravu has confirmed they are investigating the cause of an explosion at the Maui Bay picnic spot area earlier this afternoon. The
3 days ago

3 people in custody for allegedly setting a shop and mosque on fire in Taveuni
Three people are in police custody for allegedly setting fire to a shop and mosque in Taveuni last night. Police confirm the three are being questioned for alleged ars
3 days ago
Prof Prasad and Narube released while 4 others remain in Police custody
National Federation Party Leader Professor Biman Prasad and Unity Fiji Leader Savenaca Narube have been released by Police while Party President Pio Tikoduadua, SODELPA M
3 days ago
Man being questioned for FB post allegedly inciting violence against the Muslim community
Officers of the Criminal Investigations Department in Lautoka are currently questioning a man who uploaded a Facebook post calling on people to gather in numbers in major
3 days ago

Bainimarama continues to beat a broken lali on the land swap on Momi and Denarau - Rabuka
Former Prime Minister Sitiveni Rabuka says Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama continues to beat a broken lali regarding the land swap on Momi and Denarau. Rabuka says B
3 days ago
SODELPA is again on a falsehood crusade on iTaukei Land – AG
Attorney General, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum says the Bill to amend the iTaukei Land Trust Act proposes that the consent of TLTB is no longer required for any mortgage, charge,
3 days ago
Investigation underway into 2 fire incidents in Taveuni last night
The Fiji Police Force and the National Fire Authority are currently investigating two separate fire incidents in Taveuni last night. The first incident was in Naqara w
3 days ago

88 families who have yet to receive food rations were assisted by the govt distribution team yesterday
88 families who have been in isolation for more than 10 to 12 days and were yet to receive food rations packs were assisted by the government distribution team yesterday.
3 days ago
Police remind Fijians to be careful when making comments on the Bill to amend the iTaukei Land Trust
The Fiji Police Force is reminding Fijians not to allow their emotions cloud their judgment when making comments on the Bill to amend the iTaukei Land Trust Act. Actin
3 days ago
Crew members of inter-island shipping company allegedly breach health protocols in Kadavu
Crew members of an inter-island shipping company are under investigation for allegedly breaching health protocols by engaging in a social gathering with villagers in Kada
3 days ago

Man charged for allegedly condemning the reality of COVID-19 through live FB videos
A 63-year-old retired military officer who allegedly condemned the reality of COVID-19 through his Facebook page with the intent to create alarm and public anxiety has be
3 days ago
Hunt for survivors after deadly India floods
Rescuers are scouring devastated parts of western India for survivors after heavy rains caused deadly floods. Tens of thousands of people have been moved out of affect
3 days ago
Australian cities hit by anti-lockdown protests
Demonstrations have taken place in Australian cities against tight restrictions imposed to tackle a rise in COVID-19 cases. Thousands gathered in Sydney, with smaller
3 days ago

CWM Hospital’s Emergency Department Services open for 24hrs a day
The CWM Hospital’s Emergency Department is now open 24 hours a day. The Ministry of Health says Outpatient Services is open to treating all COVID-19 and non-COVID-19
3 days ago
75.1% of the target population have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and 16.4% are now fully vaccinated
440,361 adults in Fiji have received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and 96,357 have received their second doses. This means that 75.1% of the target populati
3 days ago

24/07/2021
The drop in new cases yesterday and today should be viewed with caution as daily case numbers have increased and decreased in the past and will continue to vary - Dr Fong
The 7-day average of new cases per day is 863 cases per day or 975 cases per million population per day. Permanent Secretary for Health, Doctor James Fong says the rec
4 days ago
5 new COVID-19 deaths of unvaccinated people from 19th to 23rd July while there are 684 new COVID cases
Permanent Secretary for Health, Doctor James Fong has confirmed 5 new COVID-19 deaths from 19th to 23rd July while there are 684 new cases of COVID for the 24 hour period
4 days ago
21 people issued Public Health Infringement Notices for failing to wear a mask in a public place
57 people were issued with a Public Health Infringement Notice in the last 24 hours with the Western Division recording the highest number of cases with 22 notices. Ac
4 days ago

47,594 food and essential item packs distributed by govt so far
A total of 47,594 food and essential item packs have been distributed by the government so far. This includes around 18,094 packs to families in targeted lockdown area
4 days ago
74.8% of the target population have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and 16.2% are now fully vaccinated
438,535 adults in Fiji have received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and 95,531 have received their second doses. This means that 74.8% of the target populati
4 days ago
10,617 staff of the Ministry of Education, Heritage and Arts have received the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine
The Ministry of Education, Heritage and Arts has confirmed that out of their 13,823 staff, 10,617 have received the first dose of the COVID-19 AstraZeneca vaccine. A c
4 days ago

SODELPA says Nawaikula's expertise will be greatly missed
The Social Democratic Liberal Party says it regrets the decision made by the Speaker of the Parliament Ratu Epeli Nailatikau and the Supervisor of Elections Mohammed Sane
4 days ago
Drive-through swab service at Suva Civic Centre open till 3pm today
A drive-through COVID-19 swab service is open at the Suva Civic Centre until 3pm today. People over 40 years of age who may be experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms such
4 days ago
FEMAT Field Hospital can cater for 90 beds and should be ready to treat COVID patients by tomorrow
The Fiji Emergency Medical Assistance Team Field Hospital will be ready to treat COVID patients by the end of this weekend. Head of FEMAT Doctor Luke Nasedra says the
4 days ago

23/07/2021
73% of the target population have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and 15.4% are now fully vaccinated
428,524 adults in Fiji have received their first dose of the COVID19 vaccine and 90,531 have received their second doses. Permanent Secretary for Health, Doctor James
5 days ago
11 new COVID-19 deaths for the period of 19th to 21st July while 468 new COVID cases announced
Permanent Secretary for Health, Doctor James Fong has confirmed 11 new COVID-19 deaths for the period of 19th to 21st July and 468 new COVID cases for the 24 hour period
5 days ago
Niko Nawaikula’s parliamentary seat now vacant
SODELPA MP Niko Nawaikula’s seat in Parliament is now vacant. Nawaikula has posted on his Twitter page that he has received a letter from the Speaker of Parliament,
5 days ago

The focus should be on getting through the COVID-19 crisis, not name-calling, and not trying to push through the bill to amend the iTaukei Land Trust Act without consultation - Tabuya
SODELPA Whip, Lynda Tabuya says the focus should be on getting through the COVID-19 crisis, not name-calling, and definitely not trying to push through the bill to amend
5 days ago
NFP opposes Bill No 17 and calls to have it withdrawn immediately – Prasad
The National Federation Party says they are deeply concerned that Government is trying to rush changes to the iTaukei Land Trust Act without consultation and that it is
5 days ago
This is not about race or the AG, it is about proper consultations and iTaukei land rights – Gavoka
SODELPA Leader, Viliame Gavoka says their call for the Prime Minister to withdraw the bill to amend the iTaukei Land Trust Act has nothing to do with race or the Attorney
5 days ago

AG says Chaudhry has now come out of his hole as he can now contest in the elections however Chaudhry says let us focus on the serious issues facing the country
Minister for Economy, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum says Fiji Labour Party Leader, Mahendra Chaudhry has now come out of his hole as he can now contest in the elections however Cha
5 days ago
Gavoka, Tabuya, and other bush lawyers and bunch of urban elite are causing fear amongst the iTaukei about the Bill to amend the iTaukei Land Trust Act – PM
Prime Minister, Voreqe Bainimarama says politicians like SODELPA Leader Viliame Gavoka, MP Lynda Tabuya, and other bush lawyers and bunch of urban elite are causing fear
5 days ago
Fiji Bus Operators Association grateful for the initiatives announced in the budget that will help the industry move forward
The Fiji Bus Operators Association says they are grateful that the industry has received some relief through the 2021-2022 National Budget as some companies are facing b
5 days ago

Speaker awaits Electoral Commission’s decision on Nawaikula issue
Speaker of Parliament, Ratu Epeli Nailatikau says the Electoral Commission is to decide on the next step regarding SODELPA MP, Niko Nawaikula. Nawaikula was referred t
5 days ago
BRED Group doubles capital for BRED Bank Fiji to $70 million to boost its growth in the Fijian market
BRED Group is carrying out capital increases of nearly $70 million for its subsidiary BRED Bank Fiji to accelerate the development which will boost its growth in all mark
5 days ago
KOICA donates PPE to Fiji Police Force
The Fiji Police Force has received a timely boost to their COVID-19 operations through the donation of Personal Protective Equipment from the Korea International Cooperat
5 days ago

98 household packs delivered to families in home isolation in areas in Ra
The government says 98 household packs were distributed in areas in Ra yesterday where 448 Fijians are in home isolation. This includes areas in Vatumami, Penang, Rara
5 days ago
Cuvu Health Centre closed today for decontamination
The Cuvu Health Centre is closed today for decontamination. According to the Health Ministry, the disinfecting team will decontaminate the health facility today to pre
5 days ago
Navua Hospital SOPD clinic services closed till further notice due to increasing COVID-19 cases
The Health Ministry says due to the increasing number of COVID-19 cases in the Serua/Namosi Subdivision, the Special Outpatients Department clinic at Navua Hospital has b
5 days ago

Australia has so far provided 560,000 doses of AstraZeneca to Fiji
With another 100,000 doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine arriving in the country yesterday, Australia has so far provided 560,000 doses to Fiji. Australian High Commissio
5 days ago

22/07/2021
7-day average of new COVID cases per day is a worrying 1207 cases per million population per day
The 7-day average of new COVID-19 cases per day is a worrying 1068 cases per day or 1207 cases per million population per day. Permanent Secretary for Health, Doctor J
6 days ago
15 new COVID-19 deaths for the period of 19th to 21st July while 918 new COVID cases
Permanent Secretary for Health, Doctor James Fong has announced 15 new COVID-19 deaths for the period of 19th to 21st July and 918 new cases of COVID for the 24 hour peri
6 days ago
Asco Motors investing $15 million in new Nadi dealership
More jobs are expected to be created in Nadi as Asco Motors is investing $15 million in its new flagship automotive dealership in Legalega. Outgoing Asco Motors CEO Cr
6 days ago

We should just look at the number of people who are dying to make the right decision whether to get vaccinated or not – Ro Teimumu
The Head of the Burebasaga Confederacy, Na Marama Bale Na Roko Tui Dreketi, Ro Teimumu Kepa is pleading with people who are above 18 years to get vaccinated for COVID if
6 days ago
71.5% of the target population receive the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine while 14.7% are now fully vaccinated
71.5% of the target population receive the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine while 14.7% are now fully vaccinated 71.5% of the target population have now received the
6 days ago
Cane Growers Council welcomes move regarding proposed amendment of land laws to take away consent from institutions for mortgages and utility connections
The Sugar Cane Growers Council has welcomed the announcement regarding the proposed amendments of the iTaukei Land Trust Act and the State Lands Act which would provide f
6 days ago

SODELPA demands that the Govt withdraw Bill No.17 of 2021 which seeks to amend the iTaukei Land Trust Act
SODELPA is now demanding that the FijiFirst Government withdraw Bill No.17 of 2021 which seeks to amend the iTaukei Land Trust Act 1940. SODELPA Leader, Viliame Gavok
6 days ago
PM says frontliners should not be criticised as they are doing a wonderful job
Prime Minister, Voreqe Bainimarama says we should not be criticising the frontliners for the work that they are doing but unfortunately, some people and politicians who a
6 days ago
Fiji has everything to contain the virus but more Fijians should get the jab - PM
Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama says Fiji has everything we need to contain this virus and get back to normal as we have enough vaccine doses for every Fijian but we ne
6 days ago

It is impressive that the tax incentives that were announced in the current National Budget will continue in the new financial year – Abraham
The CEO of the Fijian Competition and Consumer Commission, Joel Abraham says it is impressive that the tax incentives that were announced in the current National Budget w
6 days ago
66 COVID-19 patients are currently on oxygen support and 2 patients are on ventilators – Dr Tudravu
The Health Ministry's Chief Medical Advisor Doctor Jemesa Tudravu says 66 COVID-19 patients are currently on oxygen support and two patients are on ventilators. Doctor
6 days ago
Man’s body found in his farm in Nadarivatu
Police have launched an investigation after a 35 year old man’s body was discovered in his farm in Nadarivatu yesterday. The farmer from Nadrau Village left for his
6 days ago

PM says those not wanting to get vaccinated and those not following the COVID protocols, will get us into a lot of trouble
Prime Minister, Voreqe Bainimarama hopes the number of COVID-19 related deaths in the country will motivate those hesitant to get vaccinated to come forward now and get t
6 days ago
87 people in isolation on four Goundar Shipping vessels
The government says there are currently 87 crew members and passengers in isolation on four Goundar Shipping vessels. It confirms that there are 18 cases on Lomaiviti
6 days ago
RFMF to prepare meals at the CWM Hospital for another 2 weeks
The Republic of Fiji Military Forces has agreed to prepare meals for patients and staff at the CWM Hospital for another two weeks. The Incident Management Team had req
6 days ago

We must not allow discrimination on prohibited grounds from discouraging women from making an informed decision to get vaccinated – Raj
The Human Rights and Anti-Discrimination Commission has commended the Government for securing Moderna vaccines for pregnant women saying that Fiji is indeed one of the pr
7 days ago

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Debate on the Bill to Amend the iTaukei Land Trust Act
Debate on the Bill to Amend the iTaukei Land Trust ...
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Health Ministry continues to trace, screen and test all contacts of current COVID-19 cases in Fiji
Contact tracing continues for most parts of Suva and Nausori. Mon 19th Apr Tue 20th Apr Wed 21st Apr Thu 22nd Apr Sat 24th Apr Sun ...
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Budget-2021-2022
The 2021/2022 National Budget was delivered by Minister for Economy, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum on Friday 16th July.
16 days ago

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