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Opposition MPs calls rejected for Electoral Registration of Voters Amendment Bill to be referred for public consultation
The calls made by the Opposition parliamentarians have been rejected today for the government to ref
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Sayed-Khaiyum should sack the Supervisor of Elections – Nawaikula
The Interpretation Amendment Bill 2021 will be debated in parliament this Wednesday. Attorney Gen
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COVID-19 vaccination starts for 15 to 17 year olds in Fiji
Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama has highlighted that the Moderna vaccine is first being administer
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Household Income and Expenditure Survey is flawed – Dr. Reddy
Minister for Agriculture, Dr. Mahendra Reddy says the 2019-20 Household Income and Expenditure Surve
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Rabuka assures Indian High Commissioner that the People’s Alliance is an inclusive party
Former Prime Minister and Leader of the People's Alliance Party, Sitiveni Rabuka has assured the new
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Over 8,000 children have tested positive for COVID-19 in Fiji – Dr Waqainabete
As the Ministry of Health begins rolling out the Moderna vaccine for children between the ages of 15
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The Speaker has not prevented debate on the floor of the parliament – Ratu Epeli
Speaker of Parliament, Ratu Epeli Nailatikau stresses it is important to note that the parliamentary
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Man to front court for allegedly murdering 54 year old man in Ba
A 20 year old man who allegedly murdered a 54 year old man of Bilolo, Ba last week will appear in th
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Border Health Protection Unit established
A Border Health Protection Unit has been established to oversee and facilitate the health protection
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FULL STORY: Moderna vaccine to be rolled out from today by school clusters
The Health Ministry has released the dates, clusters and venues for the vaccination of children from
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Father Law Home is in continuous need of assistance as their costs have increased because of COVID-19
The Board Chair of Father Law Home in Lami says they are in continuous need of assistance as their c
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Police issue 196 Public Health Infringement Notices on Friday and Saturday
The Fiji Police Force says people are continuing to not take COVID safe measures seriously and this
1 day ago
FULL STORY: 161 new cases of COVID-19
Fiji has 161 new cases of COVID-19 to report for the 24 hour period that ended at 8am yesterday and
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20/09/2021
No COVID cases recorded in the maritime islands in the last 24 hrs
No new COVID-19 cases were recorded in Kadavu, Malolo, Naviti, Waya, Nacula and Beqa Island in the last 24 hours. The Permanent Secretary for Health Doctor James Fong
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79 new cases of COVID-19 and no new COVID-19 deaths
Fiji has 79 new cases of COVID-19 to report for the 24 hour period that ended at 8 am yesterday and no new COVID-19 deaths. 35 cases are from the Western Division and
12 hours ago
66% of the target adults in Fiji are now fully vaccinated
To date, 98% of the target population in Fiji have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and 66% are now fully vaccinated. This means 587,948 adults have
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19/09/2021
NFP labels parliament question to AG on Household and Income Expenditure Survey as a softball
A question set to be asked tomorrow in parliament on the Household Income and Expenditure Survey results has been labelled a softball question by the National Federation
NFP
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No bus services on Sundays until 4th October – Shah
The Fiji Bus Operators Association has confirmed that operators will continue to not provide services on Sundays for at least another two weeks until 4th October. From
1 day ago
Ritesh Dass appointed as new Basic Industries Limited CEO
Former Permanent Secretary for Agriculture, Ritesh Dass is the new CEO for Basic Industries PTE Limited, a Subsidiary of Fijian Holding Limited. The Public Service Com
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6 COVID patients admitted at Vunisea Hospital in Kadavu
14 people are admitted at the Vunisea Hospital where 6 people have tested positive for COVID-19 and are in stable condition while 8 are negative. The Permanent Secreta
1 day ago
Hindu organisations distribute food to the needy on the last day of Ganesh Utsav
As Hindu’s in Fiji celebrate the last day of Ganesh Utsav today, some organisations have taken this opportunity to give back to their community by distributing food par
1 day ago
129 drivers booked for speeding in the last 24 hours
129 drivers were booked for speeding by Police from 6am yesterday to 6am this morning. Police say the Western Division recorded the highest number of bookings with 83
1 day ago

Telecom Fiji makes public payphones free
Fijians will now be able to make calls for free from any Telecom Fiji payphones to any emergency line and Telecom landlines in Fiji. It is the latest in a series of in
1 day ago
Yanu Boyz release music video of “Noqu Dina” featuring Natalie Raikadroka
Fiji's newest boy band – Yanu Boyz have finally released the music video for their popular debut single “Noqu Dina” featuring Natalie Raikadroka. The music video
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65.8% of the target population in Fiji are now fully vaccinated
To date, 97.9% of the target population in Fiji have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and 65.8% are now fully vaccinated. This means 586,737 adults h
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18/09/2021
Australia provides $327,022 worth of assistance for aged care facilities
Australia has provided more than $300,000 to the Ministry of Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation to assist in the recovery and response measures for the eight aged ca
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Health Ministry to increase capability to facilitate local repatriations over the coming weeks
The Health Ministry says over the coming weeks they will increase their capability to facilitate repatriation by the creation of safe and secure quarantine corridors that
2 days ago
Vaccinated Fijians under 18 can now take part in the Win Together Sweepstakes draw following parental consent
Any person below the age of 18 who receives a COVID-19 vaccine can now participate in the Win Together Sweepstakes draw. Attorney General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum says thos
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This pandemic cannot serve as a model for future health disasters - PM
Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama stresses that the sooner we achieve equitable access to healthcare and the resources to build resilient health systems, the better off a
2 days ago
Kadavu surpasses 500 COVID-19 cases
More than 500 cases of COVID-19 have been recorded in Kadavu after 31 new cases were identified in the last 24 hours. The Permanent Secretary for Health Doctor James F
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Children from 15-17 years can now be registered for vaccination online
You can now register your child for vaccination through the Vaccine Registry before onsite vaccination starts on Monday. Online registration is available on vra.digita
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Discussions begin on the suburban bus shuttle station project
Discussions on suburban bus shuttle stations has begun. Attorney-General, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum and members of the Ministry of Economy virtually met with the Land Transp
2 days ago
Rokomaqisa charged over the alleged attempted murder of Sydney underworld figure
Australian Police have charged Samuel John Rokomaqisa over the suspected attempted murder of underworld figure, Ibrahem Hamze amid ongoing conflict between Sydney’s org
2 days ago
Another man charged and fronts court for alleged arson cases in Taveuni in July
Another man has been charged in relation to a series of alleged arson cases in Taveuni in July. He is a 25-year-old farmer from Dreketi Village in Taveuni. Viliame
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Fully vaccinated teachers & staff to report to work from Monday
All heads of schools, teachers and ancillary staff who are fully vaccinated are required to return to work from Monday to assist the Health Ministry in the school vaccina
2 days ago
France recalls ambassadors in US and Aus amid security pact row
France has said it is recalling its ambassadors in the US and Australia for consultations in protest at a security deal which also includes the UK. BBC News reports as
2 days ago
US admits Afghanistan drone strike killed civilians
The US has admitted that a drone strike in Kabul days before its military pullout killed 10 innocent people. BBC News reports a US Central Command investigation found
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132 new COVID-19 cases
Fiji recorded 132 new cases of COVID-19 in the 24 hour period that ended at 8am yesterday. 36 cases are from the Western Division, 95 cases are from the Central Divisi
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65% of the target population are fully vaccinated while 97.8% have received one dose
To date, 97.8% of the target population in Fiji have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and 65% are now fully vaccinated. This means, 584,096 adults in
2 days ago
FULL STORY: 3 new COVID-19 deaths
3 new COVID-19 deaths have been reported for the period of 9th to 15th September 2021. All deaths were reported from the Western Division. The first COVID-19 death
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17/09/2021
Electoral Commission to provide Provisional Voter Lists to political parties, Turaga-ni-Koro and advisory councillors for verification
The Electoral Commission has today approved that the Provisional Voter List for polling stations will be given in electronic copies for free to every registered political
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3 days ago
Police to conduct breathalyzer tests, spot checks and radar operation this weekend
There will be heavy police presence along the Kings and Queens highways this weekend as a number of people are expected to travel after the containment borders in Viti Le
3 days ago
NFP says parliamentary democracy has been reduced to a facade however the Speaker says the allegations made by the NFP are groundless
The National Federation Party says parliamentary democracy has been reduced to a facade by the alleged actions of the Speaker, the Secretariat and the Tables Office of Pa
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I know Kalouniwai will lead the RFMF into a bright future – Naupoto
Outgoing RFMF Commander Rear Admiral Viliame Naupoto says he knows that the new RFMF Commander Brigadier General Jone Kalouniwai will lead the military into a bright futu
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Nawaikula files a constitutional redress proceeding in court regarding Bill 17
SODELPA MP, Niko Nawaikula has filed a constitutional redress proceeding in the High Court regarding the amendment to the iTaukei Land Trust Act or Bill 17. Nawaikula
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SODELPA’s Management Board yet to decide on whether Gavoka and Duru will be investigated for alleged falsification of documents
SODELPA has today confirmed that a complaint against the Party Leader, Viliame Gavoka and General Secretary, Lenaitasi Duru on allegations of falsification of documents h
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PM acknowledges the Commonwealth’s commitment towards global recovery efforts and advancing Sustainable Development Goals
Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama has highlighted the need for the Commonwealth’s full backing of new and innovative financial tools to advance an inclusive and sustain
3 days ago
AG meets with COP26 President-Designate to discuss Fiji’s participation at COP26
Attorney General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum had a virtual meeting with the Conference of Parties 26 President-Designate Alok Sharma to discuss Fiji’s participation at the COP2
3 days ago
Mother to reunite with sons after being away for 5 months because of containment borders
A mother of five from Ba is thankful to the government for the lifting of the borders in Viti Levu as she can now reunite with her two sons aged 21 and 17 years who have
3 days ago

We need to be cautious about the extent to which we ease restrictions as it sends a wrong signal that the outbreak is over - Lal
Dialogue Fiji Director, Nilesh Lal says he believes there is still a very high level of prevalence of COVID-19 in our community and we need to tread with a lot of caution
3 days ago
Ministry terminates contracts of 122 teachers who refused to get the jab
122 teachers who refused to receive the COVID-19 vaccine have had their contracts terminated by the Ministry of Education. This includes 67 primary school teachers, 47
3 days ago
Schools will be a safe zone for students who will not be mandated to get vaccinated – Dr Fong
Permanent Secretary for Health Doctor James Fong has revealed that schools will be a safe zone for students who will not be mandated to get vaccinated but they will be en
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We must all continue to practice COVID safe measures if we want to see a drop in COVID cases in our community – Dr Fong
Permanent Secretary for Health Dr James Fong says whilst we have a prospect of hope to vaccinate our children and to provide them with an extra layer of protection agains
3 days ago
Police reminding Fijians to continue following health protocols despite relaxation of restrictions
With a number of COVID-19 related restrictions relaxed this morning, the Fiji Police Force is reminding Fijians that this does not mean they can tread carelessly as we ar
3 days ago
New COVID-19 cases recorded in Kadavu, Malolo, Naviti, Nacula and Beqa
The Permanent Secretary for Health Doctor James Fong says seven new cases were recorded in Kadavu in the last 24 hours bringing the total number to 490. Ten people are
3 days ago

197 new cases of COVID-19
Fiji has recorded 197 new cases of COVID-19 and there are four COVID-19 deaths to report for the period of 8th to 16th July. All four deaths were reported from the Cen
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63.5% Fijians are now fully vaccinated
To date, 97.7% of the target population in Fiji have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and 63.5% are now fully vaccinated. This means 580,504 adults h
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Prof Pal Ahluwalia to appear on a special fijivillage Straight Talk With Vijay Narayan at 8 tonight
University of the South Pacific Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Pal Ahluwalia will appear on a special fijivillage Straight Talk With Vijay Narayan at 8 tonight.
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16/09/2021
Exams for years 12 and 13 likely to be moved to next year
Permanent Secretary for Education, Doctor Anjeela Jokhan has revealed that external examinations for Year 12 and 13 students are most likely to be held early next year.
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Children between 15 to 17 years will be vaccinated with the Moderna vaccine
Permanent Secretary for Health Dr James Fong says they will be vaccinating children between 15 to 17 years with the Moderna vaccine and this exercise is expected to start
4 days ago
Once we vaccinate at least 80% of adults in Fiji, we will be in an excellent position to open quarantine-free travel with other countries that have deployed the same vaccines we are using in Fiji - PM
Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama says once we vaccinate at least 80% of adults in Fiji, we will be in an excellent position to open quarantine-free travel with other cou
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All workplaces, houses of worship, hotels, restaurants, cafés, cinemas, gyms, pools and tattoo parlours will be able to open at 70% capacity from Oct 4th but only to fully vaccinated persons
From October 4th, all workplaces, tertiary institutions, houses of worship, hotels, restaurants, cafés, cinemas, gyms, pools, tattoo parlours will be able to open at 70%
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FULL STORY: Viti Levu borders to be lifted from today, curfew hours for Viti Levu will be from 9pm until 4am and social gatherings of up to 20 people permitted indoors in people’s homes and up to 30 people outside
Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama has announced that from 4am today, 17th September 2021, the containment area borders will lift everywhere on Viti Levu, the curfew hours
4 days ago
NGO Coalition on Human Rights shocked at the instant termination of Kemueli Naiqama
The NGO Coalition on Human Rights says they were shocked to hear about the unfair dismissal, instant termination and the reported ‘escorting' of the Chief Executive Off
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Voting and counting processes for the 2022 General Elections will be done manually – Saneem
Supervisor of Elections Mohammed Saneem says voting and counting processes for the 2022 General Elections will be done manually. Saneem says there is no electronic vot
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Poverty estimates released by the Bureau of Statistics is reliable
University of the South Pacific economist, Doctor Neelesh Gounder says the poverty estimates released by the Fiji Bureau of Statisics in the 2019/2020 Household Income an
4 days ago
Akbar says Poverty Benefit Scheme assists more than 23,000 households
Minister for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation, Rosy Akbar says the government has allocated $36 million for the Poverty Benefit Scheme to assist more than 23,000 h
4 days ago

Alleged Taveuni arsonist remanded in custody
19-year-old Sitiveni McComber who is charged for his alleged involvement in the cases of arson in Taveuni has been remanded in custody. McComber has been charged with
4 days ago
Fiji Link ready to start domestic flights between Suva and Nadi as soon as the borders are lifted
Fiji’s domestic airline, Fiji Link is ready to resume domestic flights safely, as it anticipates the progressive lifting of local Containment Zones however only fully v
4 days ago
Kalouniwai is the new RFMF Commander, Qiliho reappointed as Police Commissioner and Kean reappointed as the Corrections Commissioner
Brigadier General Jone Kalouniwai is the new Commander of the Republic of Fiji Military Forces, Brigadier General Sitiveni Qiliho has been reappointed as the Police Commi
4 days ago

Figures by the Fiji Bureau of Stats does not hold against actual direct registration platforms such as the voter registration data – Saneem
Supervisor of Elections Mohammed Saneem says they note that the Fiji Bureau of Statistics has estimated that in the year 2019/2020, 570,327 people were over the age of 18
4 days ago
Shamima Ali calls on the PM to sack the AG or the AG to resign for the good of Fiji
Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre Coordinator and member of the Fiji CSO Alliance, Shamima Ali is calling on the Prime Minister to immediately sack Attorney General, Aiyaz Say
4 days ago
Man gets electrocuted at a construction site in Nausori
A man was electrocuted while working at a construction site in Nausori this morning. Fijivillage was alerted by a concerned citizen who also alleged that it was the ca
4 days ago

Time yet to be confirmed for the official announcement today on COVID-19 and the lifting of the containment borders in Viti Levu and other measures
The time is yet to be confirmed for the official announcement today on COVID-19 and the lifting of the containment borders in Viti Levu and other measures after reviewing
4 days ago
Man charged for arson cases in Taveuni in July
A 19-year-old man from Naqara, Taveuni has been charged for his alleged involvement in cases of arson in Taveuni in July. He has been charged with one count of attempt
4 days ago
Qantas confirms 2021 travel dates to Fiji, US, UK, NZ & Singapore for double-vaxxed Aussies
Qantas is preparing for international travel to recommence in a matter of months for the first time in almost two years. Australia's national carrier is now accepting
4 days ago

483 COVID-19 cases in Kadavu
Kadavu now has a total of 483 cases after 9 new cases were recorded in the last 24 hours. Permanent Secretary for Health Doctor James Fong says nine patients are curre
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15/09/2021
146 new cases of COVID-19
Fiji has recorded 146 new cases of COVID-19 for the 24 hour period that ended at 8 am today with 69 cases from the Western Division, 68 cases are from the Central Divisio
5 days ago
Health Ministry says eligible children’s 1st dose vaccination is planned for rollout from Monday 20th September 2021
The Health Ministry says the eligible children’s 1st dose vaccination is planned for rollout from Monday 20th September 2021 and the 2nd dose from Monday 18th October 2
5 days ago
FULL STORY: 61.9% of the target population now fully vaccinated
Permanent Secretary for Health Dr James Fong says as of 14th of September 577,005 adults in Fiji have received their first dose of the vaccine and 363,420 have received t
5 days ago

Rabuka brands the AG’s outbursts regarding the Fiji Bureau of Stats as stupid
People’s Alliance Party Leader, Sitiveni Rabuka has branded the Attorney General, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum’s outbursts as stupid after Sayed-Khaiyum’s comments regarding
5 days ago
Gavoka tells the AG and the Govt to leave the Bureau of Statistics alone to do its job
SODELPA Leader, Viliame Gavoka says to hear that the Fiji Bureau of Statistics CEO, Kemueli Naiqama, was unceremoniously dismissed and escorted off premises for the pover
5 days ago
Termination of Fiji Bureau of Stats CEO shows the dictatorial and military style operation by Govt – Prof.Prasad
National Federation Party Leader Professor Biman Prasad says the termination of Fiji Bureau and Statistics CEO Kemueli Naiqama’s contract shows the dictatorial and mili
5 days ago

The sacking of the CEO of Fiji Bureau of Stats is disgraceful, shameful and unethical – Chaudhry
Fiji Labour Party, Mahendra Chaudhry says it is a sad state of affairs and the Economy Minister, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum should accept the truth and stop questioning the cred
5 days ago
The birth certificate requirement came about after the experiences of the 2018 elections and does not mean that the elections were not free and fair – Saneem
Supervisor of Elections Mohammed Saneem says the birth certificate requirement for voter registration came about after the experiences of the 2018 general elections, when
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5 days ago
Vuto resigns as Acting CEO of Fiji Revenue and Customs Service
The Fiji Revenue and Customs Service has announced the resignation of its Acting Chief Executive Officer Jonetani Vuto. His resignation is effective as of this Friday.
5 days ago

CEO of Fiji Bureau of Statistics sacked
The CEO of the Fiji Bureau of Statistics, Kemueli Naiqama has been sacked. A government statement now says the Ministry of Economy, through the Acting Permanent Secret
5 days ago
Navtarang celebrates its 32nd birthday
As Communications Fiji Limited radio station, Navtarang celebrates its 32nd birthday today, Senior Content Director Satya Nand says they want to continue to be part of th
5 days ago
DPP’s Office disappointed with comments made by Magistrate Puamau in Freesoul Matter
The Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions is disappointed with the comments made by Resident Magistrate Seini Puamau in the Freesoul sentencing hearing yesterday
DPP
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Daku Resort in Savusavu planning for local borders to open and is offering $1 weekend deals
Daku Resort in Savusavu is seeing 85% occupancy rate in the weekends after the introduction of $1 weekend deals and are now planning for local borders to open and travel
5 days ago
We will not release the grants until there is proper transparency at USP - AG
Minister for Economy Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum has made it clear that the Fijian government will not release the grants to the University of the South Pacific until there is pr
5 days ago
7 fatal accidents caused by speeding
Thirteen fatal accidents have been recorded so far this year and seven were as a result of speeding. Police say 22,942 drivers were booked for speeding from 1st Januar
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RFMF Commander Land Force visits soldiers in the Nausori and Tailevu North containment zones
RFMF Land Force Commander, Colonel Onisivoro Covunisaqa has been visiting soldiers deployed in the Nausori and Tailevu North containment zones. Colonel Covunisaqa visi
5 days ago
26 new COVID-19 cases on Waya Island while Beqa Island records 10 new cases
26 new COVID-19 cases have been reported on Waya Island in Yasawa while Beqa Island has recorded 10 new cases in the last 24 hours. There are now 58 cases in total on
5 days ago
1 COVID-19 death and 131 new cases
There are 131 new cases of COVID-19 and one new COVID-19 death. The one death reported is from the Central Division. He is a 63-year-old man who presented to the Na
5 days ago

FULL STORY: 59.6% now fully vaccinated
59.6% of Fiji’’s target population are now fully vaccinated. It was earlier announced by the government that the curfew would move from 9pm to 4am and the containm
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14/09/2021
AG says data released by the Bureau of Statistics cannot be relied upon as there were huge integrity issues
Attorney General and Minister for Economy Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum says the data released by the Fiji Bureau of Statistics in their 2019-2020 Housing Income and Expenditure Su
6 days ago
Shocking stats on i-Taukei Poverty – Chaudhry
Fiji Labour Party Leader, Mahendra Chaudhry says it is absolutely shocking that the iTaukei population constitute 75 percent of the 258,053 people living in poverty in ou
6 days ago
Two boys appear in court for allegedly raping 5 year old neighbour
Two boys aged 16 and 12 who allegedly raped a 5 year old girl appeared in the Suva Magistrates Court this afternoon. Both have been charged with a count each of rape a
6 days ago

Report on poverty has shocked us to our core – SODELPA
SODELPA Leader, Viliame Gavoka says the 2019-2020 Household Income and Expenditure Survey has shocked them to their core as he says on ethnic basis, 76 percent of the poo
6 days ago
Businessman booked for operating shop in Makoi during curfew hours
A businessman was issued a public health infringement notice for failing to comply with orders pertaining to the closure of business during curfew hours. Police say th
6 days ago
The fact that 29.1% of the Fijian population were in poverty before the COVID-19 pandemic was alarming – Prof Prasad
National Federation Party Leader, Professor Biman Prasad says the fact that 29.1%t of the Fijian population were in poverty before the COVID-19 pandemic was alarming and
6 days ago

Miscommunication leads to delay in the Freesoul case
Miscommunication led to a delay in court proceedings in the case against Freesoul Real Estate Development Limited. The matter was supposed to be called for its sentenc
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6 days ago
Westpac's sale of its Pacific businesses has been rejected by Papua New Guinea's competition regulator
Westpac's sale of its Pacific businesses has been rejected by Papua New Guinea's competition regulator. Market Watch reports the Australian lender said that Papua New
6 days ago
Education Ministry says everyone associated with schools will be required to be fully vaccinated
Minister for Education, Premila Kumar says when students return to school, they need to be protected and this means that along with the students and teachers, all ancilla
6 days ago

Education Minister says they intend to resume face to face classes for Year 12 and 13 students as soon as the COVID-19 safety protocols are in place
Minister for Education, Premila Kumar says they intend to resume face to face classes for Year 12 and 13 students as soon as the COVID-19 safety protocols are in place.
6 days ago
FICAC arrests man who was allegedly involved in the First Home And First Land Grant scam
FICAC has arrested a 26-year-old man who was allegedly involved in the First Home And First Land Grant scam occurring in some parts of the Western Division. FICAC says
6 days ago
AG is hell-bent to destroy the future of all USP students – USP Students Association
The University of the South Pacific Students Association is calling on the Fijian Government to immediately release the grant payments that it owes to USP because their
6 days ago

28 days lockdown was discussed in April but it would not have been effective – Dr. Fong
Permanent Secretary for Health, Doctor James Fong says a hard lockdown was discussed in April until they had seen the data that indicated that a 28-day lockdown would not
6 days ago
Long COVID cases will put a strain on Fiji's health system – Dr. Fong
The Permanent Secretary for Health, Doctor James Fong says long COVID cases will put a strain on Fiji's health system in the longer term but at the moment, the system is
6 days ago
Ritesh Dass resigns as the PS for Agriculture
Ritesh Dass has resigned as the Permanent Secretary for Agriculture. The Public Service Commission says Dass plans to pursue a new career opportunity following his eff
6 days ago

More COVID-19 cases in Yasawa with strict movement restriction now in place on Nacula Island
Strict movement restriction is now in place for Nacula Island in Yasawa after 21 COVID-19 cases were recorded by the villages of Nacula and Naisisili. Permanent Secret
6 days ago
473 COVID-19 cases in Kadavu with 8 new cases in the last 24 hrs
Kadavu recorded 8 new cases in the last 24 hours bringing the total number of cases on the island to 473. Permanent Secretary for Health Doctor James Fong says nine c
6 days ago
20 healthcare workers leave for Yanuca & Beqa Island
The Ministry of Health and Medical Services is sending a team of 20 healthcare and allied healthcare workers to Yanuca and Beqa Island this morning for 3 days. A total
6 days ago

3 new COVID-19 deaths and 127 new cases
There are 127 new cases of COVID-19 in Fiji while 3 new COVID-19 deaths have been reported for the period of 10th to 12th September 2021. Two deaths were reported for
6 days ago
58.3% of the target population in Fiji now fully vaccinated
As of 12th September, 97.2% of the target population in Fiji have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine while 58.3% are now fully vaccinated nationwide. T
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258,000 people lived under the Basic Needs Poverty Line according to the 2019-20 Household Income and Expenditure Survey
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Debate on the Bill to Amend the iTaukei Land Trust Act
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