29 January, 2022, 6:53 pm Central - 27°C Rain
NEWS
No arrests yet in the 2 cases of alleged sacrilege at Hindu temples in Nausori
Police investigations are still ongoing in relation to the separate cases of alleged sacrilege in Na
2 hours ago
FNUSA raises concerns about Tabuya & makes claims about NFP supporters after cyberbullying against Ketan Lal
The Fiji National University Students Association has raised concerns about People's Alliance member
2 hours ago
I will review the situation for curfew – Dr Fong
Permanent Secretary for Health Dr James Fong says he will review the situation for curfew. He mad
6 hours ago

US State Department advises citizens not to travel to Fiji due to COVID restrictions
The US State Department is advising its citizens not to travel to Fiji due to COVID-19 related restr
9 hours ago
Whippy-Knight impressed with the confidence of models at FJFW auditions
54 energetic and talented people took the runway today at the Grand Pacific Hotel to audition for Fi
7 hours ago
Samoa's PM confirms no community transmission as lockdown lifted
Samoa's nationwide lockdown has been lifted with a new level of restriction in place as the Prime Mi
6 hours ago

TLTB receives $3.8 million from Govt as part of the Committee of Better Utilisation of Land payment
The iTaukei Land Trust Board has received a total of $3.8 million from Government this week as part
7 hours ago
Baulevu Temple incident is shocking and unacceptable - Rabuka
People's Alliance Party Leader Sitiveni Rabuka says the alleged act of sacrilege at the Nav Durga Te
6 hours ago
Break-in at the Vuci Mahadevi Temple in Nausori
There has been another break-in at a temple in Nausori as residents of Vuci have informed us that so
6 hours ago

Chris Brown accused of drugging and raping woman on a yacht
Chris Brown has been accused of drugging and raping a woman and is being sued for $US20 million.
6 hours ago
NCDs are deadly on their own but COVID-19 can turn them into more efficient killers – Dr Fong
Permanent Secretary for Health, Doctor James Fong says after two years of non-stop COVID-19 coverage
11 hours ago
FICAC says allegations made by Chaudhry and Narube against Chandra and Saneem were baseless and without any merit
The Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption (FICAC) has concluded that the allegations made b
1 day ago

Annual inflation was 3% in December 2021 and expected to rise further in the next 3 months due to the recent floods – RBF Board
The Reserve Bank of Fiji Board says the annual inflation was 3.0 percent in December 2021, underpinn
2 days ago

29/01/2022
129 people admitted in the hospital with COVID-19
129 people are admitted in hospitals around the country with COVID-19. 70 people are admitted in the Central Division, 59 in the Western Division and 26 in the Northern D
7 hours ago
Naiqamu was a pioneer in the principles and values of the party and the Govt – Sayed-Khaiyum
The Acting Prime Minister and Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum says the late former Minister for Forestry and former FijiFirst MP Osea Naiqamu was a pioneer in the pr
10 hours ago
Sourcing vaccines for children under 12 years old remains difficult – Dr Fong
The Permanent Secretary for Health Doctor James Fong says vaccination of children under the age of 12 remains part of ongoing discussions as sourcing them remains difficu
10 hours ago

National 7-day average COVID-19 daily test positivity is 44.6%
The national 7-day average COVID-19 daily test positivity is 44.6%. This means 44.6% of the COVID-19 tests conducted by the Health Ministry return a positive result.
10 hours ago
FULL STORY: 7 new COVID-19 deaths bringing total deaths in the 3rd wave so far to 103
7 new COVID-19 deaths have been reported from 22nd January 2022 to 26th January 2022 bringing the total COVID-19 deaths in the third wave to 103 so far. Permanent Secreta
11 hours ago

28/01/2022
Prices of fuel and gas to drop from Tuesday
There is some good news for people as the price of gas and fuel will go down from next Tuesday. The Fijian Competition and Consumer Commission has announced that the p
1 day ago
Waikete Villagers in Tailevu have been facing water disruptions for the past 9 weeks
Villagers of Waikete in Nakelo in Tailevu are concerned that they have been facing water disruptions for the last 9 weeks and have been lining up to fill buckets of water
WAF
1 day ago
Burning of the holy book was a disrespectful act committed by cowards that has no place in Fiji - Sayed-Khaiyum
Acting Prime Minister and Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum says the burning of the Ramayan at the Nav Durga Temple was a disrespectful act committed by cowards that h
1 day ago

FRCS collects net revenue of $190 million in December 2021 which was the highest monthly collection since March 2020
The Fiji Revenue and Customs Service collected a net revenue of $190 million in December 2021 which was the highest monthly collection since Fiji’s first COVID-19 case
1 day ago
Courts Fiji opens fifth Cyber City store at Challenge Plaza
Courts Fiji has opened its fifth Cyber City store in Challenge Plaza in Laucala Beach today, providing employment to five people. Store Manager Mohan Singh says this w
1 day ago
Natadradave villagers thankful for their new evacuation centre which was fully funded by PM’s Office
Villagers of Natadradave in Tailevu will now be able to benefit from a new evacuation centre which will now serve as a safe and secured facility to take refuge. The ca
1 day ago

Baulevu community assured a thorough investigation will be conducted in the alleged sacrilege case
The Baulevu community in Nausori has been assured that a thorough investigation will be conducted to determine the circumstances surrounding the alleged case of sacrilege
1 day ago
Koya highlights Fiji’s export earnings from Kava in 2020 was $43.6M
Fiji’s export earnings from Kava in 2020 was $43.6 million. This was highlighted by the Minister for Commerce and Trade Faiyaz Koya during the inaugural National Kav
1 day ago
We are in no way or have ever been affiliated with Dun & Bradstreet, stop the fake news – Walesi
Walesi Fiji Limited says they are in no way, or have ever been affiliated with Dun & Bradstreet. This comes after the National Federation Party Vice President and MP L
1 day ago

Beware of fake social media accounts as there is confirmation that someone has created a fake YouTube account of Doctor James Fong
People are advised to beware of fake social media accounts as there is confirmation today that someone has created a fake YouTube account of Permanent Secretary for Healt
1 day ago
3,706 students are currently receiving lunch assistance
A total of 3,706 students are currently receiving lunch assistance facilitated by the Fiji Program Support Facility, which is sponsored by Australia’s Department of For
1 day ago
Sayed-Khaiyum leads Govt delegation to the i-reguregu for the late former Minister for Forestry
Acting Prime Minister and Attorney-General, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum led a Government delegation to the i-reguregu for the late former Minister for Forestry, Osea Naiqamu at h
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27/01/2022
Ali raises concerns about the AG and other Ministers not following COVID protocols
Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre Coordinator Shamima Ali says she is appalled at the blatant disregard for COVID-19 protocols displayed by the Acting Prime Minister Aiyaz Say
2 days ago
Reverend Semisi Turagavou appointed the new General Secretary of the Methodist Church in Fiji and Rotuma
Reverend Semisi Turagavou is the newly appointed General Secretary of the Methodist Church in Fiji and Rotuma. This was after the Church’s Standing Committee conduct
2 days ago
Akbar tells students worrying about exams will only make matters worse
Minister for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation Rosy Akbar has told the students of Ba Sangam High School that worrying about exams will only make matters worse and
2 days ago

Chaudhry condemns the setting alight of the holy Hindu book in Baulevu
Fiji Labour Party Leader Mahendra Chaudhry has condemned the setting alight of the holy scripture Ramayan by vandals at the Nav Durga Mandir Ramayan Mandali Baulevu Landi
FLP
2 days ago
Qereqeretabua alleges Govt lied in its 4 January Facebook post about where the PM was even after the Govt said it was a retrospective post
National Federation Party Vice President and MP Lenora Qereqeretabua alleges that the Government lied to the people of Fiji in its 4 January Facebook post about where the
NFP
2 days ago
There is still rampant community transmission of COVID-19 – Dr Munshi
The President of the Fiji Medical Association, Doctor Basharat Munshi says the Omicron variant of COVID-19 is now most probably the dominant variant in the country and th
2 days ago

203 people charged with a total of 461 counts of serious sexual offences in 2021
203 people were charged with a total of 461 counts of serious sexual offences in 2021. The Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions confirms that the youngest acc
2 days ago
Foreign reserves are projected to remain adequate, boosted by Govt loan drawdowns and the resumption of international travel – RBF Board
The Reserve Bank of Fiji Governor and Chairman of the Board, Ariff Ali says data for the 2021 December quarter depicted a pickup in aggregate demand indicators when compa
2 days ago
New generator donated to Nabutautau Village to benefit school students with their study program
A new generator that was donated to the villagers of Nabutautau by the Ministry of Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation will be set up at their community hall for stud
2 days ago

A number of star players to feature in the Futsal IDC from today
A number of prominent soccer players will feature in the Digicel Futsal IDC which kicks off at the Vodafone Arena from this afternoon. Iosefo Verevou will captain Rewa
2 days ago
Dredging work commences for Ba River
19 kilometres of river dredging work has commenced in the Ba River to safeguard the Ba Town and the neighbouring communities from flooding. The dredging works are bein
2 days ago
Police seeking information regarding Nakasi man whose body was discovered at Toga Bridge
The 35-year-old mechanic whose body was discovered at the Toga Bridge in Nausori at 5am yesterday was last seen leaving his Nakasi home on Tuesday. Police say accordin
2 days ago

Fiji Red Cross distributes hygiene kits, dry clothes & water containers to families severely affected by TC Cody
Fiji Red Cross Society has distributed hygiene kits, dry clothes and water containers to those families who were severely affected by TC Cody. Disaster Management Coor
2 days ago
Justice Goundar to rule on the 7th of next month if the High Court has powers to review orders of the Magistrates Court in relation to the Freesoul Limited case
High Court Judge, Justice Daniel Goundar will give his ruling on the 7th of next month on whether the High Court has the powers to review the orders by the Magistrates Co
2 days ago
5 people under the age of 19 have died from COVID-19 in the 3rd wave
Five people below the age of 19 years have died from COVID-19 during the third wave in Fiji. An analysis of the first 94 deaths in the third wave by the Health Ministr
2 days ago

Additional $2.5 million in Humanitarian Assistance in response to volcanic eruptions and tsunami in Tonga
An additional $2.5 million in humanitarian assistance will be provided by the US Government through its US Agency for International Development to support the people affe
2 days ago
$23.6m spent for the reconstruction of markets in the last couple of years - Kumar
Minister for Local Government Premila Kumar has revealed that the government has spent $23.6 million for the reconstruction of markets in the last couple of years. Whi
2 days ago
155 people admitted in the hospital with COVID-19
155 people are currently admitted in hospitals around the country with COVID-19 but none of them are in severe or critical condition. This is a decrease compared to th
2 days ago

Holy book set on fire following break-in at a temple in Baulevu, Nausori
Members of the Nav Durga Mandir Ramayan Mandali Baulevu Landing in Nausori are in a state of shock after their temple was broken into and the holy book, Ramayan was set o
2 days ago
Acting PM thanks India for being the first nation to send life-saving COVID-19 vaccines to Fiji
The Acting Prime Minister, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum has conveyed Fiji’s appreciation to India for being the first nation to send life-saving COVID-19 vaccines that helped se
2 days ago
68,099 people have received booster doses so far
As of 24th January, 68,099 individuals have received booster doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine so far from the 142,240 persons considered eligible. Permanent Secre
2 days ago

223 COVID-19 cases since Monday
223 COVID-19 cases have been recorded by the Health Ministry since Monday. This does not include the Rapid Antigen Tests done by people at home or those that self-isol
2 days ago
Deaths of 3 children is a sad reminder of the legacy of COVID 19 – Dr Fong
Permanent Secretary for Health Doctor James Fong says the deaths of the three children from COVID-19 announced today is a sad reminder of the legacy of COVID 19. He st
3 days ago
FULL STORY: 10-day-old baby girl, 13-yr-old boy & 8-yr-old girl with pre-existing conditions die from COVID-19
A 10-day old baby girl, an 8-year-old girl and a 13-year-old boy who had pre-existing medical conditions and were unvaccinated are 12 of the new COVID-19 deaths reported
3 days ago

26/01/2022
Health equipment to be sent to Vanuabalavu this Friday – Dr Waqainabete
Health Minister Dr Ifereimi Waqainabete has highlighted that they will be sending some equipment to the Lomaloma Hospital in Vanuabalavu in Lau on Friday to assist in the
3 days ago
We will provide more assistance to all affected clubs whose root crops were damaged - Bala
Minister for Employment, Parveen Bala says he wants to assure that they will provide more assistance to all those affected clubs whose root crops were damaged after the a
3 days ago
Department of Environment recognized for its service by World Customs Organization
The Department of Environment has been recognized and awarded a certificate of merit by the World Customs Organization for rendering exceptional service to the internatio
3 days ago

FRCS launches Air Cargo Control Unit to prevent illicit drug trafficking and smuggling of illegal commodities
The Fiji Revenue and Customs Service has today officially launched the Air Cargo Control Unit in Nadi. This unit is tasked to profile air cargo consignments to prevent
3 days ago
Pacific Sexual and Gender Diversity Network says COVID has made matters worse for LGBTQI people
The Pacific Sexual and Gender Diversity Network has called on governments in Fiji and the Pacific to honor the human rights of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Qu
3 days ago
48yr old Nausori man was murdered
Police have classified the case of the 48-year-old-man found lying unconscious in a street in Nausori Town as murder. The Force received the post-mortem result this mo
3 days ago

Bulitavu claims Tabuya resigned from SODELPA because she was going to be removed as Whip
SODELPA parliamentarian Mosese Bulitavu claims that Lynda Tabuya resigned from SODELPA on the 7th of this month to save face as she was going to be removed as the Opposit
3 days ago
We will not do any coalition deals with the FijiFirst as we differ so profoundly on many issues – Gavoka
SODELPA Leader, Viliame Gavoka says they will not do any coalition deals with the FijiFirst, and SODELPA would have to be the dominant partner in any partnership with par
3 days ago
One of the biggest challenges for the performing arts sector across Fiji is the curfew - Ellana Kalounisiga
Ellana Kalounisiga of Knox Entertainment says one of the biggest challenges for the performing arts sector across Fiji is the curfew. She highlighted this during the M
3 days ago

Throughout the years, Fiji and Australia’s bilateral relations have soared to greater heights through the Vuvale Partnership – Fijian Govt
The Fijian government says throughout the years, Fiji and Australia’s bilateral relations have soared to greater heights through the Vuvale Partnership with strengthene
3 days ago
SODELPA recognises the immense contributions of Fijians who trace their origin back in India - Gavoka
SODELPA recognises the immense contributions of Fijians who trace their origin back in India. This was highlighted by the Leader of SODELPA Viliame Gavoka in his messa
3 days ago
Indian High Commission in Fiji celebrates 73rd Republic Day of India
The High Commission of India in Suva celebrated the 73rd Republic Day of India this morning. The event commenced with the unfurling of the National flag by High Commis
3 days ago

We cherish the relationship with the people of Australia – SODELPA
SODELPA Leader Viliame Gavoka says they cherish the relationship with the people of Australia and as a party whose mainstay is the indigenous people of Fiji, they acknowl
3 days ago
FRIEND Fiji provides masks and sanitisers to schools upon requests
In an effort to try and stop the spread of COVID-19, FRIEND Fiji has been providing masks and sanitisers to schools upon request. CEO and Founder of FRIEND Sashi Kiran
3 days ago
SMEs raise concern about the use of VAX Check tool as they find this process slow and cumbersome
A restaurant owner from Suva, Felisha Tuiloma says one of the challenges they face is particularly with the Vax Check Tool and businesses find this process slow and cumbe
3 days ago

Reducing sugar will save many lives - FNUSA
President of the Fiji National University Students Association, Ketan Lal has welcomed the increase in the price of sugar that will save many lives, and he also says some
3 days ago
$2.5 million emergency appeal launched to provide urgent assistance for the people of Tonga
A $2.5 million emergency appeal to provide urgent assistance for the people of Tonga has been launched by the International Federation of Red Cross and the International
3 days ago
Police in the UK investigate parties at the PM's office & residence
The Metropolitan Police in the UK has launched an investigation into parties held in the office and residence of UK PM Boris Johnson during the coronavirus pandemic.
3 days ago

Tacirua residents say they only get water at night
Residents in Tacirua say they have been facing low pressure to no water supply for the last four months. The extent of the problem can be seen as plastic drums are lin
3 days ago
Body found at Toga Bridge in Nausori
A body has been discovered at Toga Bridge in Nausori. Police say the discovery was made at 5am today. Police officers are at the scene and more details are expected
3 days ago
Politini next in line to become MP after the passing of Osea Naiqamu
FijiFirst candidate, Howard Politini is the next person expected to come onto the Government backbench in parliament after the passing of Government MP and former Ministe
3 days ago

Pfizer and BioNTech start trials of new Omicron-specific jab
Pfizer and BioNTech have started clinical trials of a new Covid vaccine that targets the Omicron variant. The companies plan to test the protection gained from the new
3 days ago

25/01/2022
Fiji ranked 45th by Transparency International’s 2021 Global Corruption Perceptions Index
Fiji has been ranked 45th out of 180 countries by Transparency International’s 2021 Global Corruption Perceptions Index while New Zealand has been ranked 1st in the CPI
4 days ago
School term dates confirmed for the 2022 academic year
The Ministry of Education confirms that Term 1 of the 2022 academic year will be from April 11th to July 8th for Early Childhood Education to Year 13. The end date for
4 days ago
Effects of the volcanic eruption is still visible on the environment – Ono-I-Lau villager
Ono-I-Lau villager Komiami Kirisimasi says the effects of the Tongan volcanic eruption a week ago is still visible on the environment around the island and the villagers
Lau
4 days ago

48 Public Health Infringement Notices issued to businesses who failed to comply with regulated COVID measures
Minister for Commerce and Trade, Faiyaz Koya says as of 8th January 2022, they have issued approximately 48 Public Health Infringement Notices to businesses who failed to
4 days ago
There are more than 2,575 active COVID cases as there are many other tested or untested positive cases
People are advised to continue to follow the COVID safe protocols as there are many COVID-19 cases in the community, and with these increasing numbers in the community, o
4 days ago
Number of tourists who tested positive in Fiji would be very minimal – Koya
Minister for Tourism Faiyaz Koya says the number of tourists who have tested positive for COVID-19 upon their arrival in Fiji would be very minimal. He highlighted thi
4 days ago

Fiji Airways files leave to appeal against Employment Relations Tribunal’s decision refusing to strike out grievances by former flight attendants
The case of former Fiji Airways flight attendants’ grievances has been adjourned pending the outcome of Fiji Airways application for leave to appeal against the Employm
4 days ago
Ruling on notice in Veronica Malani’s leave to appeal case
Chief Justice Kamal Kumar will deliver his ruling on notice in the leave to appeal case of Veronica Malani against Attorney General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum and DPP Christophe
4 days ago
Floriculturist Asinate Tabua’s business thrives despite the challenges faced during the pandemic
Despite the hardships brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, floriculturist Asinate Tabua continues to thrive and was almost unaffected by its impact. The Korotogo vi
4 days ago

169 in the hospital with COVID-19
There are 169 people with COVID-19 currently admitted in hospitals around the country. None of these people are in severe or critical condition. There 78 COVID-19 p
4 days ago
About 100 farmers in Nabitu, Sigatoka lose almost all crops in recent flooding
A farmer from Nabitu, Sigatoka says almost all crops from about 100 farms have been destroyed in the recent floods brought in by TC Cody and farmers are finding it diffic
4 days ago
987 COVID-19 cases since Friday
987 new COVID-19 cases have been recorded by the Health Ministry since last Friday. There were 656 new cases were recorded Saturday, 81 new cases were recorded on Sund
5 days ago

Severe disease is rare in children but this risk increases should they have significant underlying health conditions – Dr Fong
The Permanent Secretary for Health Doctor James Fong says the deaths of a 4-month-old baby and a 15-year-boy with underlying health conditions are sad reminders that as c
5 days ago
FULL STORY: 4-month-old baby & 15-year-old boy die from COVID-19
There have now been 84 COVID-19 deaths reported during the third wave so far with 11 new COVID-19 deaths reported overnight. The Health Ministry says 11 new COVID-19 d
5 days ago

24/01/2022
PM’s photo on January 4th was a retrospective post - Fijian Government
The Fijian Government says it has come to their attention that, unfortunately, a small number of misguided individuals have not understood that the post on their FB page
5 days ago
Few people questioned by Police following the death of a man in Nausori Town
Police have questioned and released a few people following the death of a 48-year-old man in Nausori Town on Saturday night. The man was found lying unconscious on a s
5 days ago
Expect high prices for vegetables with smaller heaps for at least 3 months – Suva Market Vendors Association
Suva Market Vendors Association President, Sofia Talei says they are running out of vegetable and root crop supplies at the Suva Market and due to market vendors increasi
5 days ago

A People’s Alliance Govt would set up a permanent cardiac service facility and look at National Health Scheme - Rabuka
The Leader of the People’s Alliance Party Sitiveni Rabuka says the lack of facilities at the CWM Hospital to properly deal with heart issues is just shocking and we are
5 days ago
5,700 NCD related deaths in 2020
5,700 people lost their lives due to complications related to Non-Communicable Diseases in 2020. According to the Economic Burden Report Fiji 2018, the total burden of
5 days ago
Nestlé Fiji donates $75,000 to IFRC Tongan Volcano and Tsunami Appeal
Nestlé Fiji has donated FJ$75,000 to the International Federation of Red Cross in support of the relief efforts in Tonga following the volcanic eruption and tsunami.
5 days ago

Family of seven safe after house fire this morning
A family of seven of Waimanu Road are safe after their house caught fire this morning. A family member told us that they were outside when the fire started and they ar
5 days ago
Bring proof and report it if you have any issues or complaints against the Centre – Shamima Ali
Fiji Women's Crisis Centre Coordinator, Shamima Ali says people should bring proof and report them to the relevant authorities if they have any issues or complaints again
5 days ago
Police investigating death of a man in Nausori Town
Police have begun investigations following the death of a 48-year-old man in Nausori Town on Saturday night. He was found lying unconscious on a street. Police say
5 days ago

Cartons of bottled water donated to affected villagers in Ono-i-Lau, Vatoa and Moce
The Bula Ko Lau Forum has donated 120 cartons of bottled water to families in Lau affected by the volcanic eruption in Tonga. 40 cartons have been delivered to village
5 days ago
Police to be present to ensure students reach school and home safely
With students returning to school from today, the Fiji Police Force says their officers will be present in numbers to ensure children get home safely on time. Police s
5 days ago
Firefighters contain house fire on Waimanu Road
Firefighters have managed to contain a fire at the bottom flat of a house along Waimanu Road. Two fire trucks are at the scene. The cause of the fire is not known a
5 days ago

Students seen mingling with masks down in parts of Suva, people seen around outside CWM Hospital and Suva with no masks or masks put down on their chins
With school resuming for Year 8 to 13, it is clear that strict monitoring and enforcement is needed as Legend News witnessed many incidents of students seen mingling with
5 days ago
Laxity by anyone including students and parents can present a risk to the students – Education Minister
Minister for Education, Premila Kumar says she is delighted to see our school family back together, however we must not lose sight of the fact that COVID-19 is still very
5 days ago
Tongan govt says 85% of the population impacted by volcanic eruption
Tonga faces a long road to recovery, with most of the population affected by the violent eruption and tsunami that followed and many areas still scrambling to restore bas
6 days ago

23/01/2022
New Zealand PM Ardern cancels wedding plans amid Omicron wave
New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has cancelled her wedding plans after announcing new Covid restrictions. NZ is set to be placed under the highest level of
6 days ago
Wellness Fiji and Diabetes Fiji hope that the increase in sugar prices will curb sugar consumption
Wellness Fiji and Diabetes Fiji hope that the increase in sugar prices will curb sugar consumption by members of the public and promote healthier alternatives, such as na
6 days ago
Urgent call made by the Tongan Community in Fiji to everyone to donate a bucket of Breakfast Crackers or $25
There is an urgent call made by the Tongan Community in Fiji for people to donate a bucket of Breakfast Crackers or $25 for the Tongan families who were severely affected
6 days ago

Dr. Waqainabete commends Vanua Balavu for high vaccination rate
Minister for Health Doctor Ifereimi Waqainabete has commended the high vaccination rate on Vanua Balavu and says the support from islanders towards Government's effort ag
6 days ago
New school enrolments for 2022 to follow School Zoning Policy but there will be some exceptions - PS Education
Permanent Secretary for Education, Doctor Anjeela Jokhan is advising all parents and guardians that new enrolments for Early Childhood Education, Year 1 and Year 9 for
6 days ago
Nasivi River desilting work begins
There is some good news for the residents of Tavua as the desilting work along the Nasivi River has begun which is expected to mitigate flooding. Tavualevu Village Spo
6 days ago

Fiji & Indonesia sign agreements to help facilitate $3.1M funding for rehab works for QVS and US$200k for response to COVID
The Fijian and Indonesian governments have signed amendments to the two Grant Agreements, with the first agreement to help facilitate FJD $3.1 million funding to Fiji for
6 days ago
Fire destroys 3 bedroom home in Howell Road last night
A three bedroom home has been destroyed in a fire at Howell Road in Suva last night. The National Fire Authority says the fire started at about 10.05pm. They say in
6 days ago
Acting PM urges people to rely on the facts
Acting Prime Minister Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum is urging people to rely on facts. While opening the new Ba open market yesterday, Sayed-Khaiyum says there are a lot of peop
6 days ago

Acting PM meets with the farming and business community in Ba
Acting Prime Minister Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum has met with the farming and business community in Ba. While speaking to a few farmers in Raviravi Ba, Sayed-Khaiyum highligh
6 days ago
Government to provide logistical support for people who intend to send relief supplies to Tonga
The Fijian Government says in their effort to assist locals in reaching out to the Tongan victims of the recent volcanic eruption and tsunami, they are working to look at
6 days ago
Save the Children to establish temporary learning and child friendly spaces in Tonga
Save the Children says they will join the response to assist families in Tonga affected by the volcanic eruption by establishing temporary learning and child-friendly spa
6 days ago

The COVID-19 response should now be a community-wide, whole-of-society program – Dr Fong
Permanent Secretary for Health Dr James Fong says health workers and frontliners have done their best for two years to protect as many of us as possible and we must now d
6 days ago

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Current increase in COVID-19 cases represents the beginning of the third wave of COVID-19 in Fiji - Dr Fong
Doctor Fong confirms we have the Omicron variant of COVID-19 in the community as cases continue to rise during this 3rd wave of COVID-19 in ...
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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
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Fiji continues to be affected by COVID-19
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