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Gavoka says pubs and nightclubs could become the super spreader outlets for a possible COVID-19 third wave in Fiji
SODELPA Leader, Viliame Gavoka says pubs and nightclubs could become the super spreader outlets for
4 hours ago
Tui Macuata is a man of the people – President Konrote
President Jioji Konrote says he is personally thankful that he is going to hand over the baton to th
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ANZ says it has delivered much larger support funding under their own support package while Westpac approves $0.57 million in new facilities
ANZ has today revealed it is not offering the government’s COVID-19 recovery credit guarantee sche
8 hours ago
Firecrackers has no significance in celebrating Diwali and is a waste of hard earned money – Dr Raju
Nadi Chamber of Commerce President Doctor Ram Raju says firecrackers has no significance in celebrat
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Bus rolls down dangerously on Bureta Street and ends up on footpath and a driveway
Some residents of Bureta Street in Samabula are raising serious concerns after a Dee Cee's bus went
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Meet Joseph Work - YOUNG PACIFIC CHANGE MAKERS
Mahatma Gandhi is often credited with saying ‘Be the change you wish to see in the world.’ While
10 days ago
Man who raped his maternal granddaughter gets more than 15 years jail term
A man who raped and sexually assaulted his maternal granddaughter in Nausori has been sentenced to 1
9 hours ago
Health Minister confirms that COVID-19 vaccines will arrive from New Zealand next month for children aged between 12 to 14 years
Minister for Health Doctor Ifereimi Waqainabete confirms that the COVID-19 vaccines will arrive from
9 hours ago

Aman Ravindra Singh files another judicial review case against the 'no jab, no job policy'
Lautoka lawyer, Aman Ravindra Singh has filed an application in the Lautoka High Court for a leave f
9 hours ago
Telstra to acquire Digicel Pacific
Australia’s leading telecommunications and technology company, Telstra has announced it would acqu
1 day ago

Man in custody for allegedly causing the death of his de-facto wife
A man in his 40s is in Police custody for allegedly causing the death of his de-facto wife. Polic
1 day ago
Dancing is strictly not permitted in Clubs, Bars and Taverns – MCTTT
As Clubs, Bars and Taverns get ready for re-opening from the 11th of next month, the Ministry of Com
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26/10/2021
Fiji Cancer Society, WOWS Kids Fiji & CWM’s Oncology Unit get $5k each from Vodafone Fiji
The Fiji Cancer Society, WOWS Kids Fiji and the CWM’s Oncology Unit received a donation of $5,000 each today from Vodafone Fiji to continue the work they do to support
8 hours ago
Taxi driver invests $5,000 to open his own business to overcome the challenges of COVID-19
Taxi driver, Azad Hassan has invested $5,000 to open his own grocery shop – Wrong Turn Corner Shop in Sakoca, Tamavua to overcome the challenges of COVID-19. The fat
9 hours ago
Key climate finance pledge pushed back to 2023
A key pledge ahead of an upcoming climate change conference has still not been met and the money is not sure to be available before 2023. The BBC reports that the UK g
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Health Ministry to provide additional resources to Nabouwalu Hospital to prepare for the possible escalation of COVID-19 cases
Permanent Secretary for Health, Doctor James Fong says as they prepare for quarantine free travel to the Northern Division, the current vaccine coverage data indicates a
13 hours ago
86.3% of the target adult population now fully vaccinated while 13,869 students have received both doses
86.3% of the target adult population is now fully vaccinated while 96.3% have received their first jab. Permanent Secretary for Health Dr James Fong says 13,869 studen
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25/10/2021
Youths share ideas about including climate change education into the national education syllabus
Youths who are part of the UK-based global charity ClimateScience group today shared their ideas with Attorney General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum on how best subjects can be inc
1 day ago
Operation Vesu Manumanu to start in 3 weeks
A nationwide stray animal capture campaign – Operation Vesu Manumanu will start in three weeks. It is being done by the Agriculture Ministry in partnership with Pol
1 day ago
Pareti to climb Mount Korobaba to raise money for the Fiji Cancer Society
Leadership Fiji Alumni and National Fire Authority Procurement Officer, Ropate Pareti will be climbing Mount Korobaba this Saturday to raise money for the Fiji Cancer So
1 day ago

People going out for a jog do not need to wear a mask – Dr Fong
Permanent Secretary for Health, Doctor James Fong has confirmed that people going out for a jog do not need to wear a mask. This follows some questions from members o
1 day ago
There has been a lot of damage to the marine environment in the Draunibota Bay area and this continues to affect us - Liku
One of the residents living near Draunibota Bay in Lami says a lot of damage has been done to the marine environment in the area, and this continues to affect them. M
1 day ago
We will send someone down to check – Dr Reddy
Minister for Environment Doctor Mahendra Reddy says six weeks ago a local staff of the Australian High Commission sent him a message about a probable case of oil spill at
1 day ago

Dr Fong, Dr Sahukhan, Dr Tudravu & Dr Nasedra receive commemorative medals for Fiji’s 50th anniversary of independence
Fiji’s lead frontliners in the fight against COVID-19 received commemorative medals for Fiji’s 50th anniversary of independence from President Jioji Konrote today.
1 day ago
Uncharted Movie trailer released, includes multiple game references
The first trailer for the Uncharted movie starring Tom Holland Mark Wahlberg has been released, and includes setpieces that look strikingly like moments from throughout t
1 day ago
It is no secret that natural disasters are a leading cause of food insecurity - Dimuri
The Agriculture sector suffered losses estimated at $146.5 million with 75% crop damage during Tropical Cyclone Yasa in 2020. This was highlighted by the Acting Deputy
2 days ago

Waidamudamu Bridge on Nakorotari Road, Labasa closed to all traffic due to fire
The Waidamudamu Bridge on Nakorotari Road in Labasa is currently closed to all traffic as it was on fire this morning. The National Fire Authority is currently on site
FRA
2 days ago
Colombia's most-wanted drug lord Otoniel captured
Colombia's most-wanted drug trafficker and the leader of the country's largest criminal gang has been captured. Dairo Antonio Úsuga, better known as Otoniel, was seiz
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24/10/2021
Children manage to pay their last respect to their late father after given approval to travel to Suva
The children of Joseva Tubuna who died due to pancreatic cancer in Suva managed to pay their last respect to their late father after they were given approval by the Minis
2 days ago
Rabuka says to use parliamentary session to appoint the President to slip in some additional guarantees makes a mockery of parliamentary system
People’s Alliance Leader, Sitiveni Rabuka says the decision by the Prime Minister, Voreqe Bainimarama and Minister for Economy, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum to use the parliamen
2 days ago
Allegations made by the AG are false that some former workers of Fiji Airways were bullied to file court case – Anthony
The National Secretary of the Fiji Trades Union Congress and National Union of Workers, Felix Anthony says allegations made by the Minister for Economy, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiy
2 days ago

2 Fijian youth reps participate in the Commonwealth Youth Parliament
For the first time in Fiji’s history, two youth representatives participated in the Commonwealth Youth Parliament. Monica Aguilar and Broderick Mervyn were selected
2 days ago
Neither of the two candidates nominated for President qualified for the position – Chaudhry
Fiji Labour Party Leader Mahendra Chaudhry believes neither of the two candidates nominated for the President of Fiji qualified for the position however SODELPA Leader Vi
2 days ago
Four Divisional Commissioners awarded with the 50th independence anniversary commemorative medals
Staff members of the Ministry of Rural and Maritime Development and National Disaster Management Office got together to celebrate the success of recent achievements of fo
2 days ago

Kavala villagers in Kadavu happy to see restrictions ease
People of Kavala village in Kadavu are excited to see that some of the restrictions have been eased as more and more people are receiving their second dose of the COVID-1
2 days ago
Samoa govt considers delaying some repatriation flights
Samoa Prime Minister Fiame Naomi Mata'afa has hinted that her Cabinet will consider a recommendation from the National Emergency Operations Committee to delay some of the
2 days ago
FNPF members withdraw over $22m under three COVID-19 relief schemes
Members of the Fiji National Provident Fund have withdrawn over $22 million from their accounts under three COVID-19 relief schemes. CEO Viliame Vodonaivalu says they
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FRIEND distributes vegetables to 500 vulnerable families
Another 500 vulnerable families who have been impacted by COVID-19 have received vegetables from the Foundation for Rural Integrated Enterprises Development or FRIEND thi
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Breast cancer survivor says it is selfish to leave behind people who love you because you did not get treated earlier
Breast cancer survivor, Aqela Tuiwainunu says it is our choice as to how we live our lives but we also have to choose to pause and examine ourselves because early detecti
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23/10/2021
Warwick Fiji Resort and Spa has received about 300 bookings from Australia so far
With the international borders reopening on 1st December, Warwick Fiji Resort and Spa in the Coral Coast has received about 300 bookings so far from Australia for Decembe
3 days ago
Nabua Fun Day organized to build better relations within the community after the recent brawl
The Nabua community members took part in a Fun Day in Nabua to build a strong and lasting relationship after the recent brawl resulted in 45 men and 14 juveniles being ch
3 days ago
Marriott hotels and resorts raise over $1,500 through charity which will support their employees
Marriott hotels and resorts in Fiji held the Run/Bike to Give charity event today and raised over $1,500 which will directly support their employees who have been impacte
3 days ago

Post mortem could not ascertain the cause of Aryan Narayan’s death - Police
Police say 17-year-old Aryan Narayan’s post mortem could not ascertain the cause of death due to the state of the victim's body. Narayan’s body was found in the Re
3 days ago
Nawaikula claims in Parliament that FDB is becoming an investment bank for overseas investors
SODELPA MP Niko Nawaikula has claimed in parliament that the Fiji Development Bank was set up to assist farmers in the agriculture area, however, it is becoming an invest
3 days ago
AG alleges some former Fiji Airways staff were bullied into taking the airline to court
Minister for Economy Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum has alleged in Parliament that some of the workers of Fiji Airways whose contracts were terminated and later filed a court case w
3 days ago

The court will have to keep on going whether you are vaccinated or not - Justice Temo
"The court will have to keep on going whether you are vaccinated or not" This was made clear by High Court Judge Justice Salesi Temo after two men facing serious aggra
3 days ago
Govt cannot continue to guarantee loans for Fiji Airways if it is not operational - Gavoka
SODELPA Leader, Viliame Gavoka says they cannot continue to guarantee loans for Fiji Airways if it is not operational as there are reports coming out of UK and Singapore
3 days ago
Vaccine third doses and booster doses to be given to eligible people
People who have a weak immune system and a reduced ability to fight infections and other diseases will be offered an additional dose of World Health Organisation's Emerge
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Govt extends application period for Fijians living outside Viti Levu
The application period for the $360 Government unemployment assistance for Fijians living outside Viti Levu, has been extended to the end of this month. This is specif
4 days ago
10 additional COVID-19 deaths recorded between 2nd August and 20th October
Ten more COVID-19 deaths have been recorded for the period between 2nd August and 20th October, 2021. The Ministry of Health says nine deaths were reported from the We
4 days ago
FULL STORY: 85.9% of adults in the target population and 10,428 children between the ages of 15-17 are now fully vaccinated
85.9% of adults in the target population in Fiji and 10,428 children between the ages of 15 to 17 are now fully vaccinated for COVID-19. 96.2% of adults in the target
4 days ago

22/10/2021
Richard Naidu says Qereqeretabua writes her own speeches and does not need anyone’s help after AG’s comments to Qereqeretabua and Prof.Prasad
Prominent Suva lawyer, Richard Naidu has rejected claims made by Attorney General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum that Naidu writes National Federation Party MP Lenora Qereqeretabua
4 days ago
Hundreds of people today gather at Aryan Narayan’s funeral whose body was found in the Rewa River to pay their last respect
Hundreds of people gathered at the funeral service of Aryan Narayan whose body was found in the Rewa River yesterday to pay their last respects at his home in Wainibokasi
4 days ago
AG says opposition is trying to make it as if Fiji Airways is the only airline in the world that has terminated their staff
Attorney General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum says the opposition is trying to make it as if Fiji Airways is the only airline in the world that has terminated their staff. Whil
4 days ago

Major General (Retired) Jioji Konrote farewelled by the Officers of the RFMF
The President of the Republic of Fiji and the Commander in Chief of the Republic of Fiji Military Forces, Major General (Retired) Jioji Konrote was farewelled by the Offi
4 days ago
AG says Govt will borrow money to assist people while Qereqeretabua says any housewife could teach the Minister for Economy that you should not spend more than you earn
Minister for Economy, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum says it seems like lawyer, Richard Naidu is writing National Federation Party MP, Lenora Qereqeretabua’s speeches and stresses
4 days ago
Increased guarantee to FDB will directly benefit many Fijians, businesses and the economy - AG
Minister for Economy, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum says the increase in Government guarantee for the Fiji Development Bank will enable the FDB to continue to effectively deliver a
4 days ago

Court to hear submissions by FICAC to transfer matter to High Court where 6 SODELPA MPs and a former FijiFirst MP allegedly claimed parliamentary allowances dishonestly
The Suva Magistrates Court will hear submissions by FICAC to transfer the matter to the High Court and expedite it next month in the case of the 6 SODELPA MPs and a forme
4 days ago
Govt is pushing the nation into financial doldrums – NFP
National Federation Party Leader Professor Biman Prasad says with the further guarantee to Fiji Airways and the FDB, Government is pushing the nation into financial doldr
4 days ago
I voted for Ratu Wiliame Katonivere to be the next President to represent the wishes of those that had sent me to Parliament both in 2014 and 2018 - Bulitavu
SODELPA MP, Mosese Bulitavu has confirmed that he cast his vote as the Macuata MP for the Turaga Na Tui Macuata, Ratu Wiliame Katonivere to represent the wishes of those
4 days ago

Govt should look at other options than to increase guarantee for Fiji Airways – Ratu Naiqama
Opposition Leader, Ratu Naiqama Lalabalavu says the Government should consider other practical options than to increase the Government guarantee for Fiji Airways. Ratu
4 days ago
If we did not have a national carrier, the changes for tourists to come to Fiji from December 1st would have been hugely undermined – AG
Attorney General, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum says with the recent issue of new shares, the Fijian Government is the majority shareholder of Fiji Airways holding now 74.56 percen
4 days ago
Opposition using the word dictatorship like they are buying Chinese lollies from the shop – AG
Attorney General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum today tabled the Fiji Institute of Accountants Bill under Parliamentary Standing Order 51 which he says seeks to address the requirem
4 days ago

FICAC to make application to expedite hearing in the case where 6 SODELPA MPs and a former FijiFirst MP allegedly claimed parliamentary allowances dishonestly
FICAC is expected to make an application in court this afternoon to expedite the hearing in the case where 6 SODELPA Members of Parliament and a former FijiFirst MP are
4 days ago
Degree in teacher training will no longer guarantee a student a teaching job
Minister for Education Premila Kumar says the quality of teachers from all teacher training institutions in the country has not been up to standard and a degree in teache
4 days ago
Digicel Fiji staff donate blood to the Fiji National Blood Bank
Digicel Fiji staff in Suva, Nadi and Labasa have donated blood to the Fiji National Blood Bank. The initiative is part of Digicel’s 13th birthday celebrations. Di
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Ratu Wiliame Katonivere is Fiji’s next President
The Turaga Na Tui Macuata, Ratu Wiliame Katonivere is Fiji’s new President after he received majority votes in parliament today. Ratu Wiliame was nominated by Prime
4 days ago
India’s recovery rate at its highest peak since March last year
As India celebrates a historic milestone of administering more than a billion doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, the country’s recovery rate stands at 98.15% which is curre
4 days ago
11 year old girl drowns in Sigatoka River
An 11 year old student is believed to have drowned in the Sigatoka River. Police say the girl from Suva had accompanied her parents to Sigatoka where the incident occu
4 days ago

EFL substation unit leader fronts court charged with abuse of office
A substation unit leader at Energy Fiji Limited has been granted bail by the Anti-Corruption Court. Ravind Narayan is facing charges in two separate cases. In the f
5 days ago
Melbourne: Celebrations as city exits sixth lockdown
The Australian city of Melbourne has emerged from its sixth lockdown since the pandemic began. More than five million people have spent more than 260 days under restri
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21/10/2021
Teachers told to change with time or face being made redundant
Minister for Education Premila Kumar has told teachers that they will become redundant if they do not change with time.She made these comments while speaking to the teach
5 days ago
Parents of Aryan Narayan shattered after learning about their only child’s death
The father of 17 year old Aryan Narayan whose body was found in Rewa River this morning says they are shattered to hear the news of their only child’s loss. Nitesh
5 days ago
India administers one billion doses of COVID-19 vaccine
India crossed a major milestone when the number of COVID-19 vaccine doses administered in the country crossed the one billion mark. The number is twice the number of v
5 days ago

World News: Court rules mandatory vaccination for NSW essential workers is valid
A judge has dismissed two legal challenges to health orders requiring COVID-19 vaccinations for workers in NSW. The cases, heard in the NSW Supreme Court, involved 10
5 days ago
NFU urges FSC to process final cane payment for 2020 without any delay and deductions
The National Farmers Union is urging the Fiji Sugar Corporation not to process any deductions pertaining to year 2021 from the final cane payment for the 2020 crop due to
5 days ago
Sayed-Khaiyum to table two motions in Parliament today for increased Government guarantees for Fiji Airways and Fiji Development Bank
Minister for Economy, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum will table two motions in Parliament today for increased Government guarantees for Fiji Airways and Fiji Development Bank after
5 days ago

Underspending by Govt shows the years of wastage and mismanagement of taxpayers funds – Prasad
National Federation Party Leader Professor Biman Prasad says the underspending by government simply shows their years of wastage and the mismanagement of taxpayers funds
5 days ago
Dismissed Hot Bread Kitchen Managing Director files constitutional redress case after getting dismissed for refusing to take the first dose of the COVID vaccine
Dismissed Hot Bread Kitchen Managing Director, John Samisoni has filed a constitutional redress case in court against Corporate Management Services Limited trading as The
5 days ago
12 men charged for violent Monday night attack on Nakelo family remanded in custody
Twelve men have been remanded in custody by the Nausori Magistrates Court for their alleged involvement in the violent attack against a family in Nakelo in Tailevu on Mon
5 days ago

4 discharged of murder charges
Four people including a juvenile have been discharged of murder charges after the state lawyer advised the Lautoka High Court that they will be withdrawing all the charge
5 days ago
Over 300,000 applications received for the second round of the government’s $360 unemployment assistance
Over 300,000 applications have been received for the second round of the government’s $360 unemployment assistance for the formal and informal sector. Acting Permane
5 days ago
It is a concern that women are turning up at hospitals in the late stages of breast cancer - Akbar
Minister for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation, Rosy Akbar says it is a great concern for them to know that women are turning up at hospitals in the late stages of
5 days ago

Schools will not close even if there is a positive case - Kumar
Schools will not be shut down even if there is a positive case of COVID-19 in a classroom. While speaking at Baulevu High School, Minister for Education Premila Kumar
5 days ago
Missing boy’s body found in Rewa River
A 17 year old boy’s body has been discovered in the Rewa River this morning. Police say the boy was reported missing from his Wainibokasi home on Tuesday. The dis
5 days ago
Opposition expected to nominate Ro Teimumu Kepa for President
The Opposition is likely to nominate the name of SODELPA MP and the High Chief of Burebasaga confederacy, Marama Roko Tui Dreketi, Ro Teimumu Kepa for the country’s Pre
5 days ago

12 men charged for violent Monday night attack on Nakelo family
Twelve men will front the Nausori Magistrates Court today charged with their alleged involvement in the violent attack against a family in Nakelo in Tailevu on Monday nig
5 days ago
Tui Macuata Ratu Wiliame Katonivere accepts PM’s nomination to be President
Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama has confirmed that the Turaga Tui Macuata Ratu Wiliame Katonivere has accepted the nomination to assume our nation's Presidency. In a
6 days ago
Seven USP students to participate in COP 26 United Nations Climate Change Summit
Seven postgraduate students from the University of the South Pacific will participate in COP 26 – the United Nations Climate Change Summit in November. They will sup
USP
6 days ago

FULL STORY: 84.4% of the adult target population and 3,892 children are now fully vaccinated
84.4% of the adult target population in Fiji is fully vaccinated while 95.9% have received one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. This means 592,904 Fijians have received one
6 days ago
Community transmission of COVID-19 in the North is to be expected – Dr Fong
Permanent Secretary for Health Doctor James Fong says community transmission of COVID-19 in the North is to be expected however they anticipate that the number of cases
6 days ago
25 new cases of COVID-19
25 new cases of COVID-19 were recorded in the last 24 hours by the Health Ministry. Permanent Secretary for Health Doctor James Fong says in the past 7 days, 181 cases
6 days ago

20/10/2021
Fiji earned around $43.6m through kava exports in 2020
Kava export earnings stood at around $43.6 million in 2020. Minister for Commerce, Trade and Tourism, Faiyaz Koya says the export of kava remains a substantial earner
6 days ago
Two academics hail modern chiefs for accepting descendants of Girmitiyas
Former politician and the Professor of Education at the University of Fiji, Tupeni Baba says it is important for us to recognise the role of modern chiefs like Ro Teimumu
6 days ago
Fiji’s tourism sector urged to source locally grown produce and refrain from continued importation of fruits and vegetables
Resorts and hotels have been urged to source locally grown fresh produce to support the agriculture sector and refrain from continued importation of fruits and vegetables
6 days ago

Kumar reminds teachers to have patience with students when schools reopen
Minister for Education Premila Kumar has reminded teachers to have patience with students when schools reopen and has told them that things will not be the same. Kumar
6 days ago
Over 170 students of Muaniweni College to benefit from new computers and other equipment
Good news for more than 170 students of Muaniweni College in Naitasiri as the Ministry of Education today handed over computers and other equipment which was donated by t
6 days ago
61,000 Fijians now live and work in Australia - Koya
Minister for Commerce, Trade and Tourism, Faiyaz Koya says over 3,000 Australian companies are doing business in Fiji and 61,000 Fijians are now living and working in Aus
6 days ago

3 Fijian organisations involved in assisting people impacted by COVID-19 receive grants from the US Embassy
Three Fijian organisations involved in developing creative solutions to the economic development challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic have been given grants by the
USA
6 days ago
Ratu Epeli Ganilau, Qiliho, Tawake, Lenoa and others receive 50th-anniversary commemorative medals
Former RFMF Commander and politician Brigadier General (retired) Ratu Epeli Ganilau, Police Commissioner Brigadier-General Sitiveni Qiliho, RFMF Deputy Commander Commodor
6 days ago
Bank of Baroda customers can now transfer money from their accounts to M-PAiSA wallet
Good news for those who bank with Bank of Baroda as they can now transfer funds from their account to M-PAiSA wallet. This has been confirmed by the CEO of Bank of Bar
6 days ago

State given 6 weeks to respond to Fijian Teachers Association in constitutional redress case
Lawyers representing the State, the Minister for Employment, Productivity and Industrial Relations and the Attorney General of Fiji have been given six weeks to prepare a
6 days ago
2022 school year to begin in April
The 2022 school year will begin in April which is when students will be progressing to the next level. This was revealed by the Minister for Education Premila Kumar du
6 days ago
Villagers in Yasawa urged to get vaccinated so tourists can return to the island
Minister for Health Doctor Ifereimi Waqainabete is urging villagers in Yasawa to get vaccinated as this can save lives and open doors for tourists to return to the island
6 days ago

Thompson Street traffic lights will be shut down for 3 weeks
The Fiji Roads Authority will be carrying out traffic signal upgrade works at Thomson Street MHCC Midblock in Suva from 7pm tonight and the works will continue for the ne
FRA
6 days ago
Driver escapes serious injuries after car veers off bridge on Cunningham Road
A driver escaped serious injuries after his car veered off the bridge on Cunningham Road near Fiji Dairy Limited and landed in a nearby drain. The incident happened th
6 days ago
3 people treated and discharged from hospital after tree fell on their vehicle in Toorak
The driver and two passengers who were taken to the CWM Hospital after a large tree fell on their vehicle on Holland Street, Toorak this morning have been treated and dis
6 days ago

14 men and 2 women in custody following horrific attack on a family in Nakelo in Tailevu
Police confirm fourteen men and two women are in custody for their alleged involvement in a horrific home invasion case in Nakelo in Tailevu on Monday night. A video o
7 days ago
Qantas charged over Covid cleaning risks
Australian airline Qantas is being prosecuted over the duties of plane cleaners in early 2020. BBC News reports a cleaner was told to stop working after he opposed cle
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Parliament passes proposed electoral law requiring people to use their birth certificate name to be registered as a voter
Bill also passed where any agency which receives applications or submissions will only be required to accept the name of an applicant as it appears on their birth certificate
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