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Catholic Church in Fiji to respond to allegations of sexual abuse against children
The Head of the Catholic Church in Fiji Archbishop Peter Loy Chong says the church will be issuing a
2 hours ago
Man dies in horrific crash in Waqadra in Nadi
Police have confirmed that a man has passed away in the horrific crash between several vehicles in W
4 hours ago
PM stresses leadership lacks compassion in Fiji
Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama stresses that leadership lacks compassion in all sectors. Baini
1 hour ago

3 people involved in Caubati accident taken to CWM hospital
Three people who were involved in a car accident in Caubati, Nasinu this afternoon are undergoing me
1 hour ago
Grandfather jailed for 13 years for rape
A 58-year-old man convicted for raping a 14-year-old girl in a village in Tailevu has been jailed fo
7 hours ago
75 police officers graduate from Basic Recruits Course
Minister for Defence, National Security and Policing Inia Seruiratu has conveyed his appreciation fo
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Agriculture Marketing Authority signs MOU with FNPF to assist farmers in becoming voluntary members
The Ministry of Agriculture and the Agriculture Marketing Authority has today signed a Memorandum of
7 hours ago
Man remanded for allegedly wounding wife and step-daughter
A man accused of allegedly striking his wife and step-daughter with a cane knife in May this year ha
6 hours ago
4 fishermen arrested for breach of curfew
Four fishermen were arrested for breach of curfew as they were found loitering at Waitavala, Taveuni
8 hours ago

Woman who allegedly stole vehicle arrested in Nabua
A 23-year-old woman who allegedly stole a vehicle from Navua yesterday has been arrested at Nabua Mu
3 hours ago
Horrific crash in Waqadra in Nadi
There has been a horrific crash between several vehicles in Waqadra in Nadi along Queens Highway in
5 hours ago
Das denies sending email to the executives of the FRCS in August last year on alleged overstating of government revenue
The former CEO of the Fiji Revenue and Customs Service Visvanath Das has denied sending an email to
1 day ago

USP will cover 50% of tuition fees for students facing financial hardship and that meet the criteria
The University of the South Pacific will provide financial assistance to private USP undergraduate a
1 day ago
We have to double cane production, farmers have to do their part - Seruiratu
“We have to double cane production but the government cannot do that if farmers are not doing thei
1 day ago

13/07/2020
17 Special and Inclusive Education Schools receive 50 boxes of cleaning agents
Seventeen Special and Inclusive Education Schools in Fiji have received 50 boxes of cleaning agents donated by Newline Chemicals to help protect children with special nee
3 hours ago
South Africa bans alcohol sales again to combat COVID-19
South Africa has introduced new restrictions, including another ban on alcohol sales, to help contain the spread of coronavirus. A night-time curfew has been imposed,
5 hours ago
Investigations continue in the case where 31 goats were allegedly poisoned in Ba
Police say investigations are still ongoing in the case where several goats belonging to a 44-year-old farmer from Vatulaulau, Ba were allegedly poisoned. They say no
7 hours ago

Dancing robots replace fans at Japanese baseball game
With their stadium devoid of fans due to coronavirus restrictions, Japanese baseball team Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks have come up with an imaginative replacement: dancing rob
7 hours ago
People in the interior of Navua assisted with grocery packs
Over 140 people in Taiperia Settlement and Wainividio Village in Navua were assisted with a month’s worth of grocery packs from the Sai Prema Foundation Fiji, Make A Di
8 hours ago
Coronavirus: Florida sets new state daily case record of 15,299
Florida has registered a state record of 15,299 new coronavirus cases in 24 hours - around a quarter of all of the United States' daily infections. The state, with jus
10 hours ago

104 year old woman makes remarkable recovery from COVID-19 in England
A 104-year-old grandmother who lives in Kent, England, has made a remarkable recovery from coronavirus. For nearly three weeks, while in her residential care home, Gra
11 hours ago
Close to $1 million worth of marijuana plants uprooted from Kadavu
More than 600 plants believed to be marijuana with an estimated value of close to $1 million were uprooted from a farm at Nauciwai Village in Kadavu on Friday. Police
12 hours ago
126 inmates deployed to labour in cane farms
126 inmates from the Fiji Corrections Service will be labouring in cane farms in the Western and the Northern division under Operation Musu Dovu. They have been provid
12 hours ago

Police yet to question anyone in relation to a scammer who is obtaining financial advantage by promising people to secure jobs
Police have confirmed that the Fiji Roads Authority has lodged a complaint that a scammer is obtaining financial advantage of $150 by deception for the Personal Protectiv
12 hours ago

12/07/2020
Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre calls for sports stars serving jail term to be treated as the other serving inmates
Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre Coordinator Shamima Ali says by giving sports stars special treatment, there is a wrong message being sent out to sports. Ali says sports
1 day ago
FRA reports job scam in the North
Fiji Roads Authority’s CEO, Jonathan Moore confirms a scammer is obtaining financial advantage of $150 by deception for the Personal Protective Equipment and is promisi
1 day ago
3 juveniles allegedly found drunk and in possession of illicit drugs during curfew hours
19 cases of curfew breaches were recorded in the last 24 hours including three juveniles of which two were allegedly found drunk and in possession of illicit drugs believ
1 day ago

Five dead after church attack in South Africa
Five people have been killed after attackers stormed a South African church, reportedly amid an argument over its leadership. South African police say they had rescued me
1 day ago
More than 60 water projects completed in rural areas
More than 60 projects have been completed under the Ministry of Rural and Maritime Development’s Self-Help Programme that has enabled access to clean and safe drinking
1 day ago
Police investigate an alleged goat poisoning case
Police are investigating a matter where several goats belonging to a 44-year-old farmer from Vatulaulau, Ba were allegedly poisoned. Police say the 44-year-old farmer
1 day ago

11/07/2020
Lakshmi Narayan Temple members come forward to help Fijians affected by COVID-19
Members of the Lakshmi Narayan Temple in Suva have come forward with relief supplies to help Fijians affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The supplies which includes sch
2 days ago
First ever Bastille Day market celebration
Bastille Day, which is the French Independence Day was celebrated for the first time at Thurston Garden in Suva where the Embassy of France partnered with the Women Entre
2 days ago
More than 200 people turn for the Nadi Food Drive
More than 200 people turned up for the food drive at NASA camp in Nadi today.Organizer, Biu Waqaniburotu says they did not expect the huge crowd but are blessed to have p
2 days ago

Complaint lodged against the Attorney General at Totogo Police Station
Police have confirmed that a complaint has been lodged against the Attorney General and the Minister for Economy, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum at the Totogo Police Station. Pol
2 days ago
Police officers provide lunch for over 1,000 students in Ra
Police officers of Rakiraki provided more than 1,000 students of Rakiraki District with their lunch yesterday. This was made possible through the free lunch program in
2 days ago
Most people arrested for breaching curfew regulations were drunk
Most people arrested for allegedly breaching curfew regulations last night were drunk. Police Commissioner, Sitiveni Qiliho says 39 people were arrested for loitering
2 days ago

No comments from Namosi Rugby Union and Fiji Corrections Service on Nasilasila situation
The Namosi Rugby Union says it will not give any information on whether Amenoni Nasilasila is part of their team to take play in the Skipper Cup Competition. This come
2 days ago
Borron House now under the care of Ministry of Economy
President, Jioji Konrote together with the Staff of the Office of the President have formally handed back Borron House to the care and custody of the Construction and Imp
2 days ago
SODELPA Leader position was vacant after the outcome of the 2018 elections – Emele Duituturaga
SODELPA General Secretary Emele Duituturaga says their constitution deemed the Party Leader position vacant after the outcome of the 2018 elections. Duituturaga says t
2 days ago

10/07/2020
NFP Leader calls for the resignation of FSC CEO while Graham Clark says they do not respond to third party comments
The National Federation Party says Fiji Sugar Corporation’s CEO Graham Clark must take full responsibility for the colossal failure of FSC and resign immediately while
3 days ago
More than $75k donated by Pacific Energy to PM’s Relief Fund
$75,932.60 has been donated by Pacific Energy to the Prime Minister’s Relief Fund. The cheque was presented to Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama today by Pacific Ene
3 days ago
Man dies in Tavua road accident
Police are investigating the death of a 49-year-old man from Toko in Tavua in a road accident on Wednesday night. He was driving a vehicle along Tavua and allegedly l
3 days ago

No slip-up in Fiji’s quarantine protocol as claimed in Fiji Sun article – Dr Fong
The Acting Permanent Secretary for Health Doctor James Fong has refuted claims made in an article written by the Fiji Sun that there was a slip-up in Fiji’s quarantine
3 days ago
FRA CEO Jonathan Moore expected to complete his term this September
Fiji Roads Authority’s Chief Executive Officer, Jonathan Moore is expected to complete his three-year term at the end of September this year. In a statement the FRA
FRA
3 days ago
We will continue to get Fijians back home - Dr Fong
The Acting Permanent Secretary for Health Dr James Fong says there is a significant list of Fijians who are away overseas and they will continue to work on getting them b
3 days ago

Sigatoka man who allegedly murdered defacto partner remanded
The case of the 53-year-old Sigatoka farmer who allegedly murdered his defacto partner and struck his step-daughter with a cane knife on Wednesday has been transferred to
3 days ago
Health Ministry receives $500,000 worth of medical equipment from Japan
The Ministry of Health has received $500,000 worth of medical equipment from the Japan International Cooperation Agency. These equipment include thermometer scanner sy
3 days ago
Post Fiji launches hamper packs as a demand-driven initiative
Post Fiji has today launched five different hamper packs to make it easier for people and organisations to purchase groceries while maintaining measures to control the sp
3 days ago

New Town Council bosses appointed
New Chief Executive Officers for the Nasinu, Nausori, Ba, Rakiraki and Tavua Town Councils have been appointed. Anurashika Bari has been appointed to the position of C
3 days ago
BSP Life donates $30k to help families affected by COVID-19
BSP Life has donated $30,000 to help families affected by the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. The donation has been distributed to the Fiji Cancer Society – Hope a
3 days ago
Five new COVID-19 cases
Five new COVID-19 cases.This means there have 8 border quarantine cases since 6th July 2020.All cases in stable condition.Only one of the cases having mild symptoms.All t
3 days ago

Narube calls on govt to reduce salaries of Ministers, MPs and civil servants and to temporarily increase VAT to 12% but exempt essential food items
Unity Fiji Leader and former Governor of the Reserve Bank of Fiji Savenaca Narube is calling on government to reduce salaries of Ministers, MPs and civil servants and has
3 days ago
Important COVID-19 announcement by the Health Ministry at 3pm
The Acting Permanent Secretary for Health, Dr. James Fong will hold a press conference at 3 o’clock this afternoon in relation to COVID-19. Stay with us for the importa
3 days ago
WAF warns factories and people against throwing waste into their waterways
A factory has been suspected of discharging rags causing blockages in Water Authority of Fiji water pumps in Labasa while they have also found plastic blocking pipes in D
3 days ago

Home & Living opens its 11th store in Korovou
Home & Living has opened its 11th store in Korovou which is expected to employ 4 people. The investment is over $100,000. Speaking during the opening of the new sto
3 days ago
Congo National accused of murder to undergo psychiatric evaluation
High Court Judge, Justice Daniel Goundar has ordered that the 39-year-old Congo National Kiala Henry Lusaka who is alleged to have murdered his wife in Suva to undergo ps
3 days ago
8 Police officers allegedly involved in an assault case in Tavua granted bail
The eight Police officers who are charged in relation to an alleged assault case in Tavua have been granted bail. The eight police officers are Emosi Tagicakivanua, Vi
3 days ago

Super-yachts want to come to Fiji during this time – Koya
Tourism Minister Faiyaz Koya says there has been a large amount of inquiries from people with super-yachts that want to come to Fiji during this time. He says they are
3 days ago
Alleged arsonist fit to stand trial - Justice Goundar
The 38-year-old man who is alleged to have set his house on fire in Nadawa on the 5th of June is fit to take plea and stand trial. High Court Judge, Justice Daniel Gou
3 days ago
Former Project Officer for the Ministry of Health sentenced to more than 10 years imprisonment for raping woman
A former Project Officer for the Ministry of Health and Medical Services who raped a woman at their work place in Ba in July 2017 has been sentenced to 10 years, 11 month
3 days ago

Vuniwaqa urges students, parents and teachers to ensure that government’s efforts does not go to waste
Minister for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation Mereseini Vuniwaqa says living in this age with government policies in place, children are better advantaged but the
3 days ago
Melania Trump statue in Slovenia removed after being set on fire
A statue of Melania Trump has been removed from near her hometown in Slovenia after being badly burned by vandals. CNN reports the statue, near Sevnica, central Sloven
3 days ago
Sigatoka man who allegedly murdered his defacto partner to front court today
The 53-year-old man from Sigatoka who allegedly murdered his defacto partner and struck his step-daughter with a cane knife on Wednesday will be produced in the Sigatoka
3 days ago

PM urges students not to take government’s educational assistance for granted
Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama has urged students to not take the government’s educational assistance for granted. While opening the new 3-storey building with cl
3 days ago

09/07/2020
Eight police officers charged in relation to alleged Tavua assault case
The Director of Public Prosecutions, Christopher Pryde has sanctioned charges against eight police officers in relation to an alleged assault case in Tavua. The eight
4 days ago
Deadline for digital registration of all companies extended till December
The deadline for digital registration of all companies, foreign companies and business name holders has been extended to 31st December 2020. This has been done in ligh
4 days ago
Fiji nationals who allegedly breached India’s lockdown guidelines granted bail
The Acting Permanent Secretary for Foreign Affairs Yogesh Karan has confirmed that they are liaising with the government of India about the Fiji nationals that have been
4 days ago

Tourist trapped in an airport for 110 days
A tourist has finally been rescued after spending more than 100 days living in an airport due to the coronavirus pandemic. Stuff.co.nz reports Roman Trofimov has been
4 days ago
Two police officers who were inside the Dawasamu Police Post had to run for their lives during TC Winston - PM
Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama says two police officers who were inside the Dawasamu Police Post had to run for their lives during Tropical Cyclone Winston. He high
4 days ago
More than 500,000 COVID-19 cases in Africa
Africa now has more than a half-million confirmed coronavirus cases. More than 8700 cases were reported yesterday, overwhelming the country’s health services. The
4 days ago

UNDP signs on to assist the Sai Prema Foundation
The United Nations Development Program has come forward to explore ways in which it can assist the Sai Prema Foundation do its work. Both organisations signed a memora
4 days ago
Foreign Investment Act being reviewed to market Fiji for targeted investment
The government is reviewing the Foreign Investment Act to significantly realign its focus on marketing Fiji as a destination for targeted investment. This has been con
4 days ago
Dr. Waqainabete clarifies couple were tested before being released from quarantine
Minister for Health Dr. Ifereimi Waqainabete has today clarified that the couple who had returned from New Zealand in April and had claimed that they were released early
4 days ago

Daughter of woman who was allegedly murdered in Sigatoka still admitted
The 14-year-old daughter of the woman who was allegedly murdered in Kabisi, Sigatoka yesterday is still admitted in the Lautoka Hospital after sustaining serious injuries
4 days ago
Only about 20% of hotels have re-opened - Lockington
Only about 20% of the 400 resorts and hotels in the country have re-opened as local tourism slowly picks up. The CEO of the Fiji Hotel and Tourism Association Fantasha
4 days ago
Coronavirus in Australia: Melbourne begins new shutdown
Australia's second-largest city has begun a second lockdown in response to a spike in new coronavirus infections. Melbourne's five million residents will be barred fro
4 days ago

Man who drugged and raped woman to serve sentence once arrested
A man who drugged, abused, and raped a woman at a hotel in Nadi has been sentenced to 10 years imprisonment by High Court Judge Justice Chamath Morais. Saiyad Khan was
4 days ago
French Embassy to commemorate Bastille Day in a new way
The French Ambassador to Fiji Jean Francois Fitou is calling for people to play their part in supporting market vendors as they take part in this year’s Bastille Day.
4 days ago
8 people escape serious injuries in Navua accident
Eight people escaped serious harm this morning after a road accident involving three vehicles at Lobau Road in Navua. The driver of the vehicle that allegedly caused t
4 days ago

Ivory Coast PM Amadou Gon Coulibaly dies after cabinet meeting
Ivory Coast's Prime Minister Amadou Gon Coulibaly has died after falling ill at a ministerial meeting. The 61-year-old had been chosen as the ruling party's candidate
4 days ago
Man in custody after allegedly murdering defacto partner in Sigatoka
A 53-year-old man who allegedly stabbed his 45-year-old defacto partner to death in Kabisi, Sigatoka is currently in police custody. Police say the alleged incident oc
4 days ago
Breach of curfew arrests last night linked to alcohol or grog
All ten breach of curfew arrests last night were related to alcohol or grog. Police Commissioner Sitiveni Qiliho says the Southern Division recorded 5 cases where all
4 days ago

Police investigating an alleged stabbing incident in Sigatoka
There has been an alleged stabbing incident in Kabisi, Sigatoka. This has been confirmed by Police. Stay with us for developments.
4 days ago
PM confirms 115,000 Fijians have lost their jobs or have had their hours cut as a result of COVID-19
Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama confirms that 115,000 Fijians or one third of the Fijian workforce have lost their jobs or have had their hours cut as a result of COVID
4 days ago
US passes 3 million coronavirus cases
More than three million people in the US have now tested positive for COVID-19, according to Johns Hopkins University. Over 131,000 deaths have been reported, and toda
4 days ago

08/07/2020
Cawa Methodist Chapel in Nadi receive $1,000 donation for Food Drive
Cawa Methodist Chapel in Nadi has received a $1,000 donation for their Food Drive from a couple of Sydney, Australia. Organizer of the Food Drive, Biu Waqaniburotu say
5 days ago
New virtual training to help 1,500 Fijian tourism workers find new jobs or start businesses
1,500 Fijian workers in the tourism and hospitality sector affected by COVID-19 will be offered virtual development training that will help them find alternative employme
5 days ago
We have been briefed on the status of Fiji’s economy and know how the 2020/2021 National Budget will pen out – Dr. Reddy
Minister for Agriculture and Waterways, Dr. Mahendra Reddy says he has been fully briefed by the Minister for Economy on the status of Fiji’s economy and they know how
5 days ago

Switching from Westpac to BSP for Social Welfare recipients does not have a time frame and will not affect the payment- Vuniwaqa
The Minister for Women Children and Poverty Alleviation Mereseini Vuniwaqa has confirmed that the switching of bank accounts of Social Welfare recipients from Westpac to
5 days ago
Beware of pyramid schemes in Fiji targeting vulnerable groups – Consumer Council
People are being urged to be cautious of alleged pyramid schemes now in operation as some groups are targeting Fijians to join multi-level marketing companies that have b
5 days ago
Suva man pleads not guilty to robbing and raping a woman
A 37-year-old man who is alleged to have raped, assaulted and robbed a 58-year-old woman in a settlement in Suva has pleaded not guilty to all his charges. He is charg
5 days ago

Samabula man allegedly found with meth remanded in custody
A 36-year-old man from Samabula who was allegedly found with two bags of methamphetamine and five bullets of marijuana has been remanded in custody by Suva Magistrate Jos
5 days ago
Lateef and Moore to take plea later this month
Former Lawyer Shazran Abdul Lateef and Zoe Maharaj Moore who are charged with drug-related offences will take their plea on the 22nd of this month. Lateef and Moore ar
5 days ago
Police and LTA searching for a suspect of a hit and run accident
Police and the Land Transport Authority of Fiji are searching for a suspect of a hit and run incident which caused the death of a man in Saweni, Lautoka yesterday. LTA
5 days ago

New Covid case in NZ escaped isolation to go to a supermarket
A man with Covid-19 left managed isolation in Auckland for more than an hour and went to a supermarket in the central city. The man, New Zealand's latest COVID-19 case
5 days ago
Gone are the days when the campaign against child abuse had the slogan 'Don’t Talk To Strangers' - Vuniwaqa
Gone are the days when the campaign against child abuse had the slogan 'Don’t Talk To Strangers'. This has been highlighted by the Minister for Women Children and Po
5 days ago
Stringent measures in place to monitor people working in quarantine facilities – Dr Waqainabete
Minister for Health Dr. Ifereimi Waqainabete has assured the people of Fiji that all the health officials, hotel staff and members of the RFMF who look after people that
5 days ago

3 Marriott resorts to readjust workforce due to COVID-19
The Fiji Marriott Resort on Momi Bay and the Westin and Sheraton Resorts on Denarau Island have made a decision to readjust their workforce due to the impacts of COVID-19
5 days ago
Road accident causes unplanned power outage in Nadera
Residents living along Ratu Dovi Road from the junction of Soqe Place to the junction of Church Street, in Nadera are currently without power supply after a vehicle hit a
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5 days ago
Six curfew breaches in the last 24hrs
A total of six cases were recorded over the last 24 hours for curfew breaches. Five cases were recorded for loitering at the Valelevu, Narere, and the Muanikoso area i
5 days ago

Health Ministry receives $142,000 worth of medical equipment from South Korea
The Ministry of Health has received $142,000 worth of medical equipment from South Korea via Korea International Cooperation Agency and CIAT alumni club. These equipme
5 days ago
US looking at banning TikTok
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the US would certainly look at banning Chinese social media apps including short-form video app TikTok over national security and p
5 days ago
Tabuakula given suspended sentence for aggravated burglary
A man who pleaded guilty to breaking into a house in Suva in January this year and stole 1, 600 dollars cash and other assorted items has been given a suspended sentence
5 days ago

Road death toll currently stands at 14
A post mortem will be conducted to ascertain the cause of death of the 31-year-old man from Natabua in Lautoka who was found dead in Saweni, Lautoka yesterday. Police
5 days ago
Trump moves to pull US out of World Health Organization
US President Donald Trump has formally moved to withdraw the US from the World Health Organization. The president had made his intentions clear in late May, accusing t
5 days ago
Natabua man passes away in alleged road accident
A 31 year old man from Natabua in Lautoka was found dead in Saweni, Lautoka yesterday.Police say the man is believed to be a victim of an alleged road accident.They say i
5 days ago

Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro tests positive for COVID-19
Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro has tested positive for coronavirus. He took the test, after developing symptoms, including a high temperature. Bolsonaro has repe
5 days ago

07/07/2020
Fisherman sentenced to 12 years imprisonment for raping step-daughter
A 35-year-old fisherman has been sentenced to 12 years imprisonment for raping his 12-year-old stepdaughter. The case was called before High Court Judge Justice Daniel
6 days ago
Man sentenced to 12 years for raping cousin with mental disability
A 34-year-old man has been sentenced to 12 years in prison for raping his cousin who is unable to engage in intellectual conversations. The case was called before High
6 days ago
Alleged arsonist in house fire which killed 4 women denied bail
Saimumu Din who is alleged to have started a house fire that killed four elderly women in Benau, Labasa with his alleged accomplice 19-year-old Zuhair Dean in April this
6 days ago

Cawa Methodist Chapel to conduct Food Drive to assist 30 families in need
As Nadi continues to be one of the worst affected from the COVID-19 pandemic because of unemployment, members of the Cawa Methodist Chapel in Martintar, Nadi have come to
6 days ago
FNPF disburses payment to over 20,000 members amounting to $4.7 million
The Fiji National Provident Fund has disbursed its second fortnightly payment for Phase 2 of the COVID-19 Withdrawal Scheme today to 21,238 members amounting to $4.7 mill
6 days ago
Hotel workers going in and out of the properties used as quarantine facilities are being thoroughly checked – Doctor Fong
Acting Permanent Secretary for Health Dr James Fong says hotel workers who look after people that are quarantined in the health facilities have to practice physical dista
6 days ago

Fiji should ratify the Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Rights of the Child on the involvement of children in armed conflict – Ashwin Raj
The Human Rights and Anti-Discrimination Commission has recommended that Fiji without reservations, ratify the Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Rights of the Ch
6 days ago
Samabula Juvenile Centre receives $8,000 worth of items
The Samabula Juvenile Centre today received $8,000 worth of items such as mattresses, pillows, blankets and cooking utensils from Inspire Pacific and Fiji Rotary Club.
6 days ago
Lautoka Sugar Mill will commence crushing this Friday
The Lautoka Sugar Mill will commence crushing for the 2020 Season this Friday. The Fiji Sugar Corporation says fabrication and engineering of the boiler fan that faile
6 days ago

2 new border quarantine cases in Fiji
2 new border quarantine cases of COVID-19 have been announced today by the Acting Permanent Secretary for Health, Doctor James Fong.Doctor Fong says both are Fijian citiz
6 days ago
3 people die due to dengue fever - Dr Waqainabete
3 people have died due to dengue fever from November last year to date while 300 cases were recorded during this period. Minister for Health Dr Ifereimi Waqainabete s
6 days ago
Travel between Fiji and the EU countries is impossible because there are no planes - Sujiro Seam
Travel between Fiji and the European Union countries is not impossible because of the list of restrictions from the EU but it is impossible because there are no planes.Th
6 days ago

Samabula man to front court after allegedly being found with illicit drugs
A 36-year-old man from Samabula will be produced in court today after he was allegedly found with two bags of white substances believed to be methamphetamine and five bul
6 days ago
Acting PS for Health to hold a press conference this afternoon in relation to COVID-19
The Acting Permanent Secretary for Health, Dr. James Fong will hold a press conference this afternoon in relation to COVID-19. Stay with us for the important announcem
6 days ago
Man to be sentenced tomorrow for raping a woman at their workplace in Ba
A man who raped a woman at their workplace in Ba in July 2017 will be sentenced in the Lautoka High Court tomorrow. The man was convicted of a count of rape by Judge,
6 days ago

Ten year old girl among 11 people found breaching curfew restrictions last night
A 10-year-old girl from Ba was among the eleven people who were found breaching curfew restrictions last night while two 18-year-old men were found sniffing glue in Nadaw
6 days ago
Coronavirus: Fear over rise in animal-to-human diseases
UN experts have warned that Zoonotic diseases - which jump from animals to humans - are increasing and will continue to do so without action to protect wildlife and prese
6 days ago
Health Ministry receives $1 million worth of medical supplies from EqualMed
The Ministry of Health has received a donation of over $1 million worth of medical supplies from EqualMed. EqualMed is a charitable organization founded by Nivita Sing
6 days ago

16 years prison sentence for Suva man importing meth from Mexico into NZ
A 60-year-old man from Suva, Tallat Rahman who pleaded guilty to four charges of importing methamphemine from Mexico into New Zealand after being identified in Operation
6 days ago
Sentence hearing to be done today in the case of a man who raped a 7-year-old boy inside a church
The sentence hearing in the case of a 73-year-old man who raped a 7-year-old boy in a church in Nausori last year will be done today. The man had pleaded guiltily to a
6 days ago
Suspected drug plane bursts into flames in Mexico after highway landing
A jet aircraft suspected of carrying illegal drugs has been destroyed by fire after landing on a highway in southern Mexico. Military Officials say a lorry packed with
6 days ago

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