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Residents in Naivikinikini disappointed as they have Walesi set-top boxes but no UHF antenna
Following the switching off of analogue television transmission in many parts of the country, some r
3 hours ago
Jerry Tuwai is getting married to Mereani Tupou today
World Rugby 7s Player of the Decade, Seremaia Tuwai Vunisa commonly know to fans around the globe as
2 hours ago
We will God willing be the toast of the town in the next elections – AG
Attorney General, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum says the FijiFirst will God willing be the toast of the town
19 hours ago

The FijiFirst Government is on life support assisted by other nations and foreign loans - Waqanika
SODELPA MP Tanya Waqanika says our nation’s economic status is in the red and the FijiFirst Govern
16 hours ago
If we take away the 20 cents per litre duty imposed on fuel, it immediately puts a $56 million hole in revenue collection – AG
Attorney General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum says if they take away the 20 cents per litre duty imposed on f
16 hours ago
Hotels and Guest Houses Amendment Bill passed which will see the extension of the license period from one year to not more than 5 years
The Hotels and Guest Houses Amendment Bill 2021 which seeks to extend the period of hotel license fr
16 hours ago

Meet Sheemal Kumar - YOUNG PACIFIC CHANGE MAKERS
First Responder, Sheemal Kumar learned from an early age that you don’t necessarily have to have m
2 days ago
Woman and her 2 children missing in Lautoka
Dipika Devi Prem and her two children, Tanish Pratap and Jacklyn Pratap who live in Field 4 in Lauto
3 hours ago
We immediately clamp down by issuing prohibition or stop work notices when there are breaches by the cement factories - Wycliffe
Permanent Secretary for Environment, Joshua Wycliffe says they have handled complaints raised by Lam
17 hours ago

Bill passed to allow individuals set up accounting firms of their own without unnecessary restrictions
Parliament has passed the Fiji Institute of Chartered Accountants Bill which seeks to address the re
17 hours ago
Personal remittances rose by 17.8% to $690.6 million in the year to October - RBF
The Reserve Bank of Fiji says the influx of personal remittances along with the second payout of the
22 hours ago
Single mother of six pleading for help after losing everything in Nakasi fire
A single mother is pleading for help for her and her six children as all their belongings were destr
22 hours ago

We currently have COVID-positive travellers in quarantine who arrived from African states before we knew about Omicron - Dr Fong
Permanent Secretary for Health Doctor James Fong says, we currently have COVID-positive travellers i
1 day ago
FULL STORY: 90.7% of the adult target population fully vaccinated
90.7% of the adult target population in Fiji are fully vaccinated while 97.3% have received at least
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02/12/2021
We are getting some concessional loans at 40 year terms, 10 years grace period and 0% interest rates - Sayed-Khaiyum
Minister for Economy, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum says the Government has over $700 million in concessional debt so it is not right to compare this debt to debt borrowed at marke
18 hours ago
Raveena Tandon is back with her debut Netflix web show Aranyak
Raveena Tandon is back with her debut Netflix web show Aranyak in which she plays a police officer’s role, investigating the case of a missing child. The trailer of
20 hours ago
WAF says Leawere falsely claimed that the Free Water Initiative and Rainwater Harvesting System Programs were no longer active
The Water Authority of Fiji Chief Operations Officer, Seru Soderberg says SODELPA MP Mikaele Leawere falsely claimed in Parliament that the Free Water Initiative and Rain
WAF
21 hours ago

New FijiFirst President is a chief in her own right – Dr Waqainabete
Health Minister Doctor Ifereimi Waqainabete today told SODELPA parliamentarians to stop questioning the appointment of Marama Taukei Naua Adi Tema Sovau Varo as the new F
21 hours ago
Security forces were disappointed in the manner the second wave was handled due to inconsistent decision-making – Tikoduadua
National Federation Party President, Pio Tikoduadua claims the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and Defence was told during their visit to Black Rock i
21 hours ago
Forces that destroyed democracy in the past should not be allowed to do it again – Usamate
Minister for Infrastructure, Jone Usamate says they need to ensure that those forces that destroyed democracy in Fiji in the past do not do so again and destroy what they
22 hours ago

Govt revenue declined by 11% to $276.4 million, expenditure rose at 31.2% to $547.1 million due to an increase in capital expenditure in the first two months of the financial year
The Reserve Bank of Fiji says Government revenue declined by 11% to $276.4 million while total expenditure rose sharply at 31.2% to $547.1 million due to the surge in cap
RBF
22 hours ago
Extra opens $6m shopping complex which provides jobs to around 142 people
Extra Supermarket has opened its new $6 million shopping complex in Laucala Beach today which will provide employment to around 142 people in the area. This is the thi
23 hours ago
13 people have died because of speeding this year
Police will be heightening their traffic operations during the festive season in anticipation of increased movement. They say based on statistics of accidents reported
1 day ago

Nakasi fire leaves 17 people homeless
A total of 17 people have been left homeless after a fire in Dilo Street in Naulu, Nakasi destroyed a shop, bakery and three homes around midday yesterday. The Nationa
1 day ago
Staff of FWCC raise West Papua's Morning Star and call for freedom
The staff of the Fiji Women's Crisis Centre in Suva have raised West Papua's Morning Star outside their office calling for West Papua’s freedom and right to self-determ
1 day ago
25 new COVID-19 cases in the last 7 days
The Ministry of Health says in the past 7 days, 19 COVID-19 cases were recorded in the Central division, 5 new cases in the Western division, 1 new case in the Eastern Di
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01/12/2021
Women encouraged to apply for a range of farming support programmes
Assistant Minister for Agriculture, Viam Pillay says Women in Agriculture is an initiative developed to increase women's participation and encourage women clusters around
1 day ago
NFP is putting FijiFirst, its puppets and other political parties on notice – Tikoduadua
National Federation Party President Pio Tikoduadua says the NFP is putting the FijiFirst Government, its puppets and every other political party on notice that intend to
1 day ago
Govt has designed the Constitution to hoodwink the people into believing that it would bring democracy - Radrodro
SODELPA MP Salote Radrodro says the FijiFirst Government has designed the 2013 Constitution to hoodwink the people into believing that it would bring genuine democracy.
2 days ago

Fiji has been struck by 13 disasters with an approximate damage of $3.13 billion and 79 deaths since 2016
The Assistant Minister for Disaster Management, Vijay Nath says Fiji has been struck by 13 natural disasters with an approximate damage cost of $3.13 billion and 79 death
2 days ago
The President’s speech is heavily political and threatening - Nawaikula
SODELPA MP Niko Nawaikula says he is extremely worried about the President’s speech as it lacks substance, it is incomplete and it does not tell us the Government’s c
2 days ago
FLP’s Annual Conference to be held this Saturday
The Fiji Labour Party will be having its Annual Conference this Saturday where the party's plans for next year's general elections are expected to be discussed. Party
FLP
2 days ago

Fiji needed to be well represented at COP26 led by PM as climate change is the biggest threat to national security – Seruiratu
Minister for Defence, Inia Seruiratu says Fiji needed to be well represented at COP26 led by the Prime Minister as climate change is the biggest threat to national securi
2 days ago
Tabuya says Govt should have postponed the reopening of our borders
SODELPA MP Lynda Tabuya has today told parliament that she firmly believes that the Government should have postponed the reopening of our borders. While responding to
2 days ago
Mereseini Rakuita raises the question on whether women in leadership will continue to be called names when they speak on issues that matter after Qereqeretabua was called a “drama queen”
Former Minister for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation, Mereseini Rakuita has the raised the question on whether women in leadership will continue to be called names
2 days ago

Fuli believes Fijiana can take it to the next level this weekend
Fiji Airways Fijiana 7s coach Saiasi Fuli says this week has been about having one on one reviews with the players about their performance last weekend to ensure they imp
2 days ago
Greece to fine over-60s who refuse COVID-19 vaccine
Greece will be making COVID-19 vaccinations mandatory for people aged 60 and over. BBC News reports fines of about $200 will be imposed at monthly intervals from mid-J
2 days ago
COVID-19 posed a new challenge to governmental decision making not only in Fiji but for other governments around the world – O’Connor
Assistant Minister for Health Alex O’Connor says the COVID-19 pandemic posed a new challenge to governmental decision making not only in Fiji but for other governments
2 days ago

Radrodro says it is a special day in Fiji’s history as we reopen our borders after almost two years
SODELPA MP Aseri Radrodro says it is a historic day for Fiji and we must all celebrate today as the nation slowly re-opens its borders after almost two years of no intern
2 days ago
Fire destroys shop, bakery and a house in Wilo Street, Nakasi
A shop, bakery and a house have been destroyed in a fire in Wilo Street, Nakasi this hour. According to eyewitnesses, the fire started from the shop and bakery and spr
2 days ago
Around 75,000 bookings, tourists are also booking in resorts and hotels outside Viti Levu – Hill
Tourism Fiji CEO Brent Hill says today is a huge day for tourism operators and it is outstanding to see around 75,000 bookings for the first couple of months. While sp
2 days ago

Greece to fine over-60s who refuse COVID-19 vaccine
Greece will be making COVID-19 vaccinations mandatory for people aged 60 and over. BBC News reports fines of about $200 will be imposed at monthly intervals from mid-J
2 days ago
SPCA Fiji food drive at Cost U Less in Laucala Bay Road and Extra Supermarket from 9am to 3pm this Saturday
A food drive will be held at Cost U Less in Laucala Bay Road and Extra Supermarket in Flagstaff from 9am to 3pm this Saturday by the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty
2 days ago
As tourists arrive from today, a lot of people have returned to work and there is a real buzz of activity – AG
As the international visitors start arriving in the country from today, Attorney General, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum says as the planes arrive, a lot of people have returned to
2 days ago

Fiji Airways first flight with Australian tourists arrives in Nadi
People flocked to Sydney International Airport this morning to catch the first flight into Nadi in more than 20 months, with the plane touching down just before 11.30am t
2 days ago
Justice Goundar dismisses case against lawyer Diven Prasad
A case against lawyer Diven Prasad has been dismissed by the Independent Legal Services Commissioner Justice Daniel Goundar. Justice Goundar dismissed the complaint by
2 days ago
21-year-old woman’s death classified as suicide
Police have classified the death of the 21-year-old woman whose body was discovered in a public toilet at Thurston Garden on Sunday morning, as suicide. She was report
2 days ago

Border health measures and surveillance will need to be strengthened and maintained as borders open today
With Fiji’s borders opening to international tourists today, the Ministry of Health anticipates their testing numbers to increase from international repatriates and tra
2 days ago
My call for Indians to go back to India was a response to statements made by Reddy and Chaudhry - Bulanauca
SODELPA MP Mitieli Bulanauca says his call for Indians to go back to India was a response to statements made by Jai Ram Reddy and Mahendra Chaudhry. Bulanauca had said
2 days ago

30/11/2021
Politics of pettiness and personalisation will continue as long as the AG runs this country – NFP VP
National Federation Party Vice President, Lenora Qereqeretabua says as long as the Minister for Economy, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum runs this country, the politics of pettiness
2 days ago
Maharaj says the parties in the Opposition have a pure hunger for power at any cost
Assistant Minister for Youth and Sports, Alvick Maharaj says the parties in the Opposition can’t see what the Prime Minister is doing and he also says isn’t it the ar
3 days ago
Around 1,000 teachers have limited authority to teach and need to upgrade their qualification - Kumar
Minister for Education Premila Kumar says they are concerned with the small percentage of teachers who have failed to keep their qualification and registration up to date
3 days ago

Professor Prasad says the biggest test for any democracy is the change of Government
National Federation Party Leader, Professor Biman Prasad says the biggest test for any democracy is the change of Government and it is not just a matter of how we will vo
3 days ago
Border health measures and surveillance will need to be strengthened and maintained as borders open tomorrow
With Fiji’s borders opening to international tourists tomorrow, the Ministry of Health anticipates their testing numbers to increase from international repatriates and
3 days ago
FULL STORY: Fiji citizens will only be safe if we remain COVID-safe – MOH
The Ministry of Health says the public is advised that if indeed the COVID-19 variant, Omicron is more transmissible than Delta, then it will be inevitable that it gets t
3 days ago

FCLC Trustees grateful to farmers
The Fiji Crop and Livestock Council’s trustees have reviewed the performance of its 16 farm associations and expressed their gratitude for the farmers' contributions in
3 days ago
Iqbal Khan fronts Independent Legal Services Commission
Prominent Lautoka lawyer, Iqbal Khan appeared before the Independent Legal Services Commission today. He is representing himself. It was heard in court that Khan is
3 days ago
Booster COVID vaccine doses have started in Fiji for the frontliners and the vulnerable population
The Ministry of Health and Medical Services has started the booster doses of the Moderna vaccine to the frontliners and the vulnerable population from current vaccination
3 days ago

Leawere calls for a protest vote against FijiFirst next year
SODELPA MP Mikaele Leawere is calling on the people to deliver a protest vote against FijiFirst next year as he believes they no longer deserve to be in Government. Wh
3 days ago
Premila Kumar says SODELPA’s proposed policies are a sign of political desperation
Education Minister Premila Kumar says the current TELS debt currently stands at around $600 million and to send every school leaver to university will cost around $200 mi
3 days ago
Massive increase in fuel and gas prices from tomorrow
Get ready to pay more as there will be a significant increase in fuel and gas prices from tomorrow. The price of kerosene will increase from $1.57 to $1.82 per litre,
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Fiji TV has to shut down it’s analogue transmitters in Suva and Nadi tomorrow in accordance with correspondence from Govt
Fiji Television Limited has today announced that their analogue free to air television transmitter in Tamavua, Suva and Sabeto in Nadi will be shut down from tomorrow aft
3 days ago
Body found near CWM Hospital
The body of a man was found near the CWM Hospital this morning. Police spokesperson, Ana Naisoro has confirmed that the man is a street dweller. Circumstances surro
3 days ago
Appointment of Tui Macuata as President is a blessing - Bulitavu
SODELPA MP Mosese Bulitavu says the appointment of the Tui Macuata Ratu Wiliame Katonivere as President is a blessing. While responding to the President’s speech, Bu
3 days ago

29/11/2021
Ratu Epeli tells parliament that no one puts pressure on him
Speaker of Parliament, Ratu Epeli Nailatikau has told parliament that no one puts pressure on him as the Speaker and any other appointments that he has held. He made t
4 days ago
Reopening of Australia's border to visa holders delayed by two weeks over Omicron concern
Tomorrow's planned easing of international border restrictions for Australian visa holders has been paused for two weeks, as the Australian government seeks to learn more
4 days ago
With tourists entering the country from Wednesday, we need to hear from Govt how they plan to boost the protection against Omicron - Jale
SODELPA MP Anare Jale says with tourists entering the country from this Wednesday, people need to hear from Government on how they plan to boost the protection against th
4 days ago

Customary fishing rights owners should consider benefits of employing good fishing practices - Koroilavesau
Minister for Fisheries, Semi Koroilavesau says he wants to urge the customary fishing rights owners, the iTaukei to consider the benefits of employing good fishing practi
4 days ago
Updated Gender Based Violence Counselor Training Package launched
The Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre in partnership with the Pacific Women’s Network Against Violence Against Women and UN Women has launched the updated Gender Based Viole
4 days ago
Elections Office records 12,900 new registrations and 84,000 card upgrades
The Fijian Elections Office has so far recorded 12,900 new registrations for next year’s elections while 84,000 people have upgraded their voter cards. Supervisor of
FEO
4 days ago

SODELPA will cancel all student loan debts for students who have graduated with a TELS contract – Gavoka
SODELPA Leader, Viliame Gavoka says SODELPA’s desire is to make free tertiary education a reality and any Fijian student who has the necessary entry marks into any tech
4 days ago
At no point did the govt forget that the most vulnerable will be the worst affected - Akbar
Minister for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation Rosy Akbar says more Fijians are now in need of financial support and the Government did not at any point forget that
4 days ago
Adimaitoga claims that Opposition and other politicians using fijivillage to spread their lies
Assistant Minister for iTaukei Affairs Selai Adimaitoga has claimed in Parliament that the Opposition politicians and other politicians like People’s Alliance Party Lea
4 days ago

4,000 lots expected to be developed in the informal settlement upgrading programs
4,000 lots are expected to be developed in the informal settlement upgrading programs undertaken on 34 Development Leases at various sites across Fiji. This is one of
4 days ago
PM concerned some communities in the Ra to Rewa corridor have low vaccination rates
Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama says he is concerned that some communities in the Ra to Rewa corridor which includes pockets of Ra, Tailevu, Naitasiri and parts of Rewa
4 days ago
Ratu Naiqama says Ratu Wiliame Katonivere was not accorded a full traditional ceremony of qaloqalovi
The Leader of Opposition, Ratu Naiqama Lalabalavu says he observed the farewell ceremony of the former president and the inauguration ceremony of the incoming president w
4 days ago

Let's criticize each other on the facts and stay within the bounds of decency - Bainimarama
Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama has asked every political party competing for every Fijian's vote next year to criticize each other on the facts and stay within the bou
4 days ago
14-year-old Asinate Leba reported missing
Police are searching for 14-year-old Asinate Leba who has been missing since last week. The report was lodged at the Suva Market Community Post and all attempts made b
4 days ago
Man charged for burglary cases in Ba and Lautoka after being caught by the K9 team
Police K9 Quill helped apprehend a man allegedly involved in several burglary cases in Ba and Lautoka last week. K9 Quill was out on foot patrol with the Western Divis
4 days ago

50 Fijian troops to be dispatched to the Solomon Islands - PM
50 Fijian troops will be dispatched to the Solomon Islands as part of a reinforcement platoon embedded with Australia Force elements on the ground following deadly riots
4 days ago
Delay the opening of the borders by 3 weeks - Rabuka
People’s Alliance Leader, Sitiveni Rabuka says in light of the World Health Organisation declaring the new COVID variant Omicron a concern and with several countries, i
4 days ago

28/11/2021
First Australian cases of Omicron COVID-19 strain confirmed in Sydney travellers from southern Africa
NSW Health has confirmed two returned travellers have tested positive for the new Omicron COVID-19 variant in Sydney. ABC News reports both people, who are fully vacci
5 days ago
Gavoka urges Govt to remain alert and exercise extreme caution when reopening borders on Wednesday
SODELPA Leader Viliame Gavoka is urging the Government to remain alert and exercise extreme caution after the World Health Organisation classified Omicron as a variant of
5 days ago
Vosarogo resigns as SODELPA Deputy Leader to join Sitiveni Rabuka
Prominent lawyer Filimoni Vosarogo has resigned as Deputy Party Leader of SODELPA to join Sitiveni Rabuka's party, People's Alliance. Vosarogo says he sent his resigna
5 days ago

NFP Leader claims Govt and Fiji Revenue and Customs Service aren’t truthful about the real reason for the loss of jobs at FRCS
NFP Leader Professor Biman Prasad is claiming that both the Government and Fiji Revenue and Customs Service aren’t truthful about the real reason for the loss of over 2
5 days ago
South African medical association says Omicron variant causes 'mild disease'
Times of India reports that the chairwoman of the South African Medical Association Angelique Coetzee says the new Omicron variant of the coronavirus results in mild dise
5 days ago
Pharmaceutical firms announce they have plans in place to adapt their COVID-19 vaccines if necessary after Omicron cases emerge in some countries
With the emergence of the Omicron COVID-19 variant, which has now been detected in southern Africa, Europe, Israel and Hong Kong, a number of pharmaceutical firms are ann
5 days ago

Fijian Govt steps up entry conditions for red list countries in response to new COVID-19 variant, Omicron
The Fijian Government says it has strengthened its strict conditions for entry for incoming travellers from red list countries in response to the newly-reported Omicron v
5 days ago
World on high alert after the emergence of the new COVID variant, Omicron
Nations in southern Africa protested bitterly today as more of the world’s wealthiest countries cut them off from travel, renewing a debate over border closures from th
5 days ago
Dr Fong to issue statement later after analysis of the new COVID variant, Omicron detected in different parts of the world
Permanent Secretary for Health, Doctor James Fong is expected to issue a statement later after a full analysis of the cases detected of the new COVID-19 variant of concer
5 days ago

Training exercise underway at QEB
The Republic of Fiji Military Forces is currently conducting a training exercise at Queen Elizabeth Barracks. Commander Major General Jone Kalouniwai confirms the exer
5 days ago
Three Lautoka families homeless after 3 separate fires in the last 24 hours
Three Lautoka families are homeless after three separate fires in the last 24 hours. The incidents occurred in Natabua, Barara Flat and Lovu seaside. In the latest i
5 days ago
Missing tertiary student’s body found at Thurston Garden, Suva
The body of a tertiary school student was found at Thurston Garden this morning. Police spokesperson Ana Naisoro says the woman who was in her 20’s was reported miss
5 days ago

Four new members of the TLTB Board of Trustees
Four new members of the TLTB Board of Trustees have been announced by Prime Minister and Chairman Voreqe Bainimarama. The four new members are Ratu Aca Rayawa, Ratu Ne
5 days ago
Former hotel worker starts own business with the support of her parents
A former hotel worker is thankful to have supportive parents that helped her start her massaging business Urban Thera Spa at Dio Street in Nadawa. Teresia Tagamalo who
5 days ago
COVID: Face masks re-introduced as UK Omicron cases found
UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson says face coverings will become mandatory again in shops and on public transport in England from next week under a raft of measures to ta
5 days ago

You can now settle medical costs at Oceania Hospital online using either a BSP EasyCard or any VISA card
Fiji’s largest private hospital, Oceania Hospitals Pte Ltd has successfully implemented BSP’s Internet Payment Gateway online payment portal to enhance its capability
5 days ago
South Africa wins 8th Dubai 7s title
South Africa has won their eighth Emirates Dubai 7s title. The Blitzboks defeated 2018 Dubai runners-up USA in this morning's final with a crushing 42-7 victory to cli
5 days ago
Dubai 7s: Fijiana beaten by Australia 22-7 in Cup final
The Australia women's 7s team has won the Dubai 7s beating the Fiji Airways Fijiana 7s team 22-7 in the Cup final. Fiji struggled in defence as Australia dominated the
5 days ago

27/11/2021
Dubai 7s Cup QF: Fiji beats Kenya 19-5 to book semi final spot with USA
The Fiji Airways men’s national 7s team have qualified for the Cup semi-finals where they will meet USA after beating Kenya 19-5. Kenya started the game strong by sc
6 days ago
Solomon Islands unrest leaves 3 people dead
Solomon Islands police say three bodies have been discovered in a burnt-out building in the capital Honiara, the first reported deaths after days of rioting. The bodie
6 days ago
30 cases of crime against children and 64 cases against women were recorded in the Tailevu South by Police from Jan to Oct 2021
From January to October 2021, the Fiji Police Force received 30 cases of crime against children and 64 cases against women in the Tailevu South Division. This was high
6 days ago

Singapore adds Fiji to its vaccinated travel lane for full vaccinated people
Singapore has expanded the number of travel lanes for fully vaccinated people, opening the door for quarantine-free trips to some of the city-state’s most popular holid
6 days ago
People need to continue to follow COVID-19 protocols so that borders don’t shut again 2 months later – AG
Minister for Economy, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum says as tourists come in, Fijians need to ensure that we continue to abide by the various COVID-19 health protocols that the Per
6 days ago
FijiCare launches insurance plan for travellers to Fiji that covers for isolation and PCR testing
Travellers to Fiji can apply for insurance coverage for isolation, PCR testing, medical assistance and repatriation after the launch of the FijiCare COVID Insurance Produ
6 days ago

WHO labels new COVID strain named omicron a variant of concern
The World Health Organisation has declared a new coronavirus variant to be "of concern" and named it Omicron. It said the variant had a large number of mutations and e
6 days ago
Woman wanted for questioning in relation to theft of more than $232,000
The Fiji Police Force is appealing to the public for information on the whereabouts of 48-year-old Raynuka Devi Singh who is wanted for questioning concerning a case of t
6 days ago
90.6% of the adult target population fully vaccinated
90.6% of the adult target population in Fiji are fully vaccinated while 97.3% have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. 25,878 children between the ages
6 days ago

Expect more rain and thunderstorms today
Expect rain and thunderstorms throughout today. This is being brought by an active trough of low pressure that is moving slowly over the Fiji group. Expect rain unt
6 days ago
Dubai 7s: Fiji beats Australia 17-12 to play Kenya in Cup QF
Iowane Raturaciri was the hero for the Fiji Airways men’s national 7s team in their final pool match against Australia this morning as he scored the last try to secure
6 days ago
Dubai 7s: Fijiana loses to Russia 27-19
The Fiji Airways Fijiana 7s team suffered their first loss at the Dubai 7s going down to Russia 27-19. Russia dominated the Fijiana side and starved them of possession
6 days ago

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New COVID variant Omicron emerges in different parts of the world
WHO labels new COVID strain named omicron a variant of concern
4 days ago

Fiji continues to be affected by COVID-19
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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Govt tables motion that Parliament approve the increased Govt guarantee to Fiji Airways borrowings
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 percent of the entire issued share capital.
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