17 January, 2022, 7:28 am Central - 23°C Rain
NEWS
Supervisor of Elections has not resigned - Sayed-Khaiyum
Acting Prime Minister and Minister for Elections, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum says Supervisor of Elections,
15 hours ago
Parts of Ba Town flooded again overnight
Parts of Ba Town were flooded again overnight following heavy rain. Flood waters started entering
1 hour ago
Rabuka calls on AG to apologise for the confusion caused by the secrecy over the absence of the PM and himself
People's Alliance Leader Sitiveni Rabuka is calling on the Acting Prime Minister Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum
11 hours ago

No permit required for outdoor events however indoor events with more than 20 people will require a permit
Acting Prime Minister, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum says indoor events with more than 20 people will need a p
15 hours ago
Families in Tubou, Lakeba in Lau worried as they say they can see airborne ash everywhere
Families in Tubou, Lakeba in Lau have packed their belongings and are waiting for instructions as th
14 hours ago
AG confirms that he also went to Singapore for his medical review
Attorney General and Minister for Economy Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum has confirmed that he was also away fo
12 hours ago

Meet Doris Rounds - YOUNG PACIFIC CHANGE MAKERS
Doris Rounds is a high school student from the beautiful village of Kulukulu in Sigatoka on Fiji’s
16 days ago
People living in maritime islands within the Eastern Division urged to take measures to avoid any exposure to airborne ash
The National Disaster Management Office says people living in maritime islands within the Eastern Di
17 hours ago
SME Network and FRIEND Fiji are organizing emergency relief for cyclone affected families
The Small Micro Enterprise Network in collaboration with FRIEND Fiji is organising an emergency reli
14 hours ago

Professor Prasad wishes the Prime Minister a speedy recovery
National Federation Party Leader Professor Biman Prasad has wished Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama
NFP
17 hours ago
Ono-i-Lau, Vatoa, parts of Kadavu, Rewa Delta and the North have been affected by the Tongan volcanic eruption
Acting Prime Minister, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum has confirmed Ono-i-Lau and Vatoa in Southern Lau and som
19 hours ago
If community transmission is not suppressed, the number of paediatric COVID-19 cases could rise – Dr. Fong
Permanent Secretary for Health, Dr. James Fong says they have not recorded any admissions in the pae
21 hours ago

Tsunami advisory cancelled but people being urged to remain cautious
The tsunami advisory which was issued for all coastal and maritime islands in Fiji last night has be
22 hours ago
Full Story: 33 COVID-19 deaths during the 3rd wave so far with 9 new deaths confirmed
There are 9 new COVID-19 deaths bringing the total number of COVID-19 deaths recorded since confirma
24 hours ago

16/01/2022
Rabuka calls on AG to apologise for the confusion caused by the secrecy over the absence of the PM and himself
AG says he and the PM went for a medical review in Singapore and Australia respectively People's Alliance Leader Sitiveni Rabuka is calling on the Acting Prime Ministe
11 hours ago
Several Fiji Airways and Fiji Link flights cancelled for today
Several Fiji Airways and Fiji Link flights were cancelled today and will be rescheduled to operate once the authorities give approval. This is because ash clouds cause
16 hours ago
We are exploring options of having home-stay for travellers from travel partner countries – Dr. Fong
Permanent Secretary for Health, Dr. James Fong says they are exploring options to transition from hotel stay to home-stay for travellers from travel partner countries.
17 hours ago

People living in maritime islands within Eastern Division urged to take measures to avoid any exposure to airborne ash
The National Disaster Management Office says people living in maritime islands within the Eastern Division have to take necessary precautionary measures to avoid any expo
18 hours ago
Strong surges sink boats, prompt evacuations in far north in New Zealand
Strong surges in the far north of New Zealand that accumulated from remnants of a tropical cyclone in the Pacific and Tonga's volcanic eruption prompted evacuations and c
18 hours ago
There is no strict policy, however if people can take food items to evacuation centres, they can do so - Sayed-Khaiyum
Acting Prime Minister, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum says there is no strict policy however in the event evacuees can take some food items to evacuation centres, they can do so.
19 hours ago

Over 30 families in Lakeba had to be relocated last night due to the tsunami threat
More than 30 families of two villages in Lakeba were relocated to higher ground last night following the tsunami advisory. The Village Head of Tubou, Jeremai Vana says
21 hours ago
Booster dose deployment program has been slowed down however more personnel have been deployed - Dr. Fong
Permanent Secretary for Health, Dr. James Fong says their booster dose deployment program has been slowed down by the urgent need to safeguard the welfare of their medica
21 hours ago
Fiji Airways and Fiji Link flights affected due to ash clouds
Fiji Airways and Fiji Link say their customers can expect delays and extended flight times today as ash clouds caused by the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha'apai volcanic eruption a
23 hours ago

Tsunami waves crash into homes in Tonga
Tsunami waves crashed into homes in Tonga following a devastating and violent volcanic eruption and multiple Pacific countries are on alert including Fiji. Video foot
23 hours ago
733 new cases of COVID-19 recorded since 12th January
733 new cases of COVID-19 have been recorded since the 12th of this month. The Permanent Secretary for Health, Dr. James Fong says of the 733 cases recorded since the
24 hours ago

15/01/2022
Schools will remain closed until the impact of the Tonga eruption and weather situation clears - Sayed-Khaiyum
Acting Prime Minister Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum says schools will remain closed until they are sure that the impacts of the eruption in Tonga have cleared our waters because th
1 day ago
Govt to provide $250 cash to all cyclone-affected farming households
A fast deploying cash for farmers program has been announced by the Government where they will provide $250 cash to all cyclone-affected farming households for land prepa
1 day ago
AG confirms PM had a successful cardiovascular procedure in Australia yesterday and will be back at the end of next month
Attorney General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum has confirmed that Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama went through a cardiovascular procedure in Australia yesterday and they are happ
1 day ago

AG press conference at 8.45 tonight
The Fijian Government planned media conference for today will be held at 8.45pm at Suvavou House. Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum will be speaking at the press co
1 day ago
Ministry contacting schools in dangerous areas and are advising them to move to higher ground
The Ministry of Education is currently contacting coastal schools in dangerous areas and are advising them to move to higher ground. The Ministry posted on their faceb
1 day ago
Former Fijian journalist pleads for prayers as they move to high ground for safety after tsunami warning issued in Tonga
Former Fijian journalist, Iliesa Tora and his family and other residents living on the coastlines of Nukualofa in Tonga are currently moving to higher ground for safety a
1 day ago

AG urging people to cover water tanks & stay indoors during rain due to the risk of sulfuric acid
Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum is urging people to cover all household water tanks and stay indoors in the event of rain due to the risk of sulfuric acid from the T
1 day ago
Full Story: There is a possibility of hazardous tsunami waves being generated - Mineral Resources Department
Due to volcanic eruptions in Hunga Hapai Island in Tonga occurring again, the Mineral Resources Department is advising the public especially those in low lying coastal ar
2 days ago
Loud thundery sounds being experienced in Fiji are from the huge volcanic eruption in Tonga
The loud thundery sounds being experienced in Fiji are from the huge volcanic eruption in Tonga. The Fiji Meteorogical Office says the booming sounds that people can h
2 days ago

Another tsunami warning issued for Tonga
Tonga has been struck by a tsunami as the population races to evacuate in time. The Tonga Meteorological Services posted to Facebook saying a warning is in place for t
2 days ago
Thousands of people in parts of Sigatoka have been without water for 7 days
Thousands of people living in parts of Sigatoka have been without water supply for seven days and are calling for consistent water carting to affected areas. Last Sund
2 days ago
No confirmed time for today's planned Fijian Govt media conference
The Fijian Government is yet to confirm a time for its planned media conference for today. No time has been given by the Department of Information. A post on th
2 days ago

Rabuka says GCC is still a viable and usable institution & confirms they are considering free education until tertiary level
People’s Alliance Leader Sitiveni Rabuka says his own thoughts are that the Great Council of Chiefs is still a viable and usable institution. Rabuka says it is now a
2 days ago
We cannot afford to keep our children out of school - Kumar
Minister for Education Premila Kumar says we cannot afford to keep our children out of the school environment and have to get them back. While visiting flood affected
2 days ago
Only the Suva Civic Centre vaccination site is open from 9am to 1pm today
The Health Ministry confirms the COVID-19 vaccination site at Civic Centre in Suva is open today from 9am to 1pm. You can get your booster dose at Civic Centre in Suva
2 days ago

UNICEF donates over 1,400 COVID-19 test kits to Fiji
1,400 COVID-19 antigen detection rapid diagnostic test kits have been donated by UNICEF to the Ministry of Health to boost our testing capacity. This will be able to c
2 days ago
Several RKS, QVS & ACS parents are still concerned about the safety of their children – Rabuka
People’s Alliance Leader Sitiveni Rabuka says several parents of Queen Victoria School, Ratu Kadavulevu School and Adi Cakobau School are still concerned about the safe
2 days ago
Seruiratu in Vanua Levu today to meet with Commissioner Northern about response efforts
Minister for Disaster Management Inia Seruiratu is in Vanua Levu today to visit affected areas and also meet with Commissioner Northern about response efforts for flood-a
2 days ago

Do not panic but listen to the advice and prepare accordingly – Seruiratu
Minister for Disaster Management Inia Seruiratu says their advice to people is do not panic and prepare accordingly following confirmation by the Fiji Meteorological Serv
2 days ago

14/01/2022
Rabuka, Chaudhry and Tikoduadua concerned about the absence of the PM
Two former Prime Ministers, Sitiveni Rabuka and Mahendra Chaudhry have today shared their concerns about the absence of our leaders during this time of need in Fiji. I
2 days ago
Ten customers win a family holiday at the Hilton Fiji Resort & SPA through the Courts Christmas Promotion
Ten lucky customers have won a family holiday at the Hilton Fiji Resort & SPA through the Courts Christmas Promotion. Azeem Ali from Ba who is one of the lucky winners
3 days ago
FRIEND Fiji’s flood relief works boosted with donations
FRIEND Fiji’s flood relief works have been boosted with donations from Fiji and abroad. FMF Foods Limited made a surprise donation to FRIEND delivering 100 bags of 1
3 days ago

FDB to soon announce their relief assistance program to assist customers impacted by TC Cody
The Fiji Development Bank is working on a relief assistance program for their customers to recover from the damages sustained by Tropical Cyclone Cody and will make an an
FDB
3 days ago
Govt needs to completely re-think Fiji’s national disaster response - Tikoduadua
National Federation Party President Pio Tikoduadua says government needs to completely re-think Fiji’s national disaster response. Tikoduadua says the FijiFirst gove
NFP
3 days ago
50% of the people who are WAF’s customers in Sigatoka still do not have water supply
50% of the people who are Water Authority of Fiji’s customers in Sigatoka are still without water supply after widespread flooding caused by heavy rain during Tropical
3 days ago

There is a need to get children back to school – Fiji Muslim League
Fiji Muslim League says there is a need to get children back to school and get back to some normalcy. President, Hafizud Dean Khan says attendance has been very errati
3 days ago
Nand’s death has taken a few days to sink in - Leung
Prominent Suva lawyer Graham Leung says the death of former Solicitor General and colleague Nainendra Nand has taken a few days to sink in. Nand who passed away aged 6
3 days ago
DPP to appeal High Court's decision to acquit Nasetava of murder charge and instead find him guilty of manslaughter
The Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions will file an appeal against the decision of the High Court to acquit Luke Nasetava of the murder of his wife and instead
3 days ago

Agriculture ministry uses drone technology to assist in the Initial Damage Assessments
Drone technology was used for the first time yesterday by the Ministry of Agriculture, to assist in the Initial Damage Assessments that is currently being conducted, to g
3 days ago
Shortage of ECE and Special Education teachers
Minister for Education Premila Kumar has revealed that they have a shortage of Early Childhood Education and Special Education teachers. While visiting schools in Ba y
3 days ago
Rabuka grateful for govt response on the ground in flood affected communities but observes there is room for improvement
People’s Alliance Leader Sitiveni Rabuka says he is grateful that the government is on the ground and responding to people’s needs following devastating flooding in v
3 days ago

I stand by my earlier comments that evacuees should bring with them certain items to sustain them initially for at least 48 hours - Seruiratu
Minister for Disaster Management, Inia Seruiratu says he is standing by his comments made to Legend FM News earlier this week that evacuees should bring with them certain
3 days ago
Leadership Fiji pays tribute to David Aidney
Leadership Fiji says they are saddened to hear of the passing of David Aidney and pay tribute to a good friend, mentor and inspiring leader to many amongst their alumni,
3 days ago
Consumer Council calls on banks to provide customers with timely and up-to-date information
The Consumer Council of Fiji is calling on banks to provide their customers with timely and up-to-date information regarding any changes to the respective customers’ ac
3 days ago

Prince Andrew loses military titles and use of HRH
Britain's Prince Andrew has been stripped of his military titles and charities a day after a judge ruled a sexual abuse civil lawsuit against the Queen's son could procee
3 days ago
Minister says some settlements and low lying areas get flooded because people throw garbage in the drain
Minister for Local Government and Education Premila Kumar says they have seen that sometimes flooding occurs in settlements and low lying areas because people throw garba
3 days ago
Chaudhry calls on govt to step up relief operations
Fiji Labour Party Leader, Mahendra Chaudhry says the Government should step up its relief operations to assist families affected by the recent severe flooding in various
FLP
3 days ago

Where is the Prime Minister – Tikoduadua
The President of the National Federation Party Pio Tikoduadua says the country needs leadership and direction at this critical time when we are faced with two major crise
NFP
3 days ago

13/01/2022
More families in the West receive food ration packs from FRIEND Fiji
More families in the Western Division have received food ration packs from the Foundation for Rural Integrated Enterprises and Development or FRIEND Fiji. The FRIEND F
3 days ago
Govt has distributed around 500 ration packs in West, more than 100 in Central Division and around 50 in the North – Seruiratu
Minister for Disaster Management, Inia Seruiratu says the Government has so far distributed around 500 ration packs in the Western Division, more than 100 packs have been
3 days ago
Weather models are picking up a possible tropical low pressure system next week – Fiji Met
The Fiji Meteorological Service says weather models are picking up a possible tropical low-pressure system next week. They say the location as to where the system may
4 days ago

Water restored in most parts of Nadi, Lautoka, Ba and Tavua, however water production levels in Sigatoka are still at 42% - Soderberg
Water supply has been restored in most parts of Nadi, Lautoka, Ba and Tavua while water production levels in Sigatoka are still at 42% after the widespread flooding in th
4 days ago
Save the Children Fiji emphasizes to parents that schools are as safe as they can be
Save the Children Fiji says parents are concerned because COVID numbers have increased quite significantly in the last couple of weeks but they are emphasizing to parents
4 days ago
NDMO starts disinfecting flood affected areas
Disinfection of flood affected areas have started as a measure to avoid the spread of diseases like Leptospirosis, Typhoid and Dengue Fever that are common after a natura
4 days ago

Save the Children Fiji emphasizes to parents that schools are as safe as they can be
Save the Children Fiji says parents are concerned because COVID numbers have increased quite significantly in the last couple of weeks but they are emphasizing to parents
4 days ago
About 95% of affected areas in the Western Division now have power supply
Energy Fiji Limited says about 95% of affected areas in the Western Division of Viti Levu now have power supply after a major unplanned outage six days ago. They are e
4 days ago
Novak Djokovic: Newsreaders caught in expletive-laden rant
An expletive-laden conversation between two Australian newsreaders on Novak Djokovic's visa saga has gone viral, after a video of it was leaked online. It shows Channe
4 days ago

There is a need to reconsider whether students should return to school – TISI Sangam
The Chair of TISI Sangam Education Board, Dr Neelesh Gounder says there is a need for the authorities to reconsider whether students should return to school as planned pr
4 days ago
Mini Bus destroyed in a fire incident near Koronivia
A mini bus was destroyed in a fire along Kings Highway near Koronivia at around 12.30pm today. Police say there were no passengers in the mini bus and the driver escaped
4 days ago
Govt provides food and essential item packs to families in evacuation centres
The Fijian government has been giving food and essential item packs to Fijians that are currently taking shelter in evacuation centres. Officers from the Republic of F
4 days ago

Save the Children is receiving about 20 calls a day from flood impacted families and the biggest need is food
Save the Children Fiji says the biggest need for children who have been impacted by the recent flooding is food and they are receiving about 20 calls and messages a day f
4 days ago
Nabitu farmers cross flooded river to transport vegetables to Suva and other areas
Some farmers of Nabitu, Sigatoka who have lost nearly all vegetables and crops due to massive flooding in the last few days went an extra mile to transport some of their
4 days ago
Boris Johnson apologises for lockdown drinks party
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has apologised for attending a "bring your own booze" party during the first coronavirus lockdown in the UK. He told MPs the event in t
4 days ago

WAF partners with Israeli company to identify leaks before it becomes a major burst main
The Water Authority of Fiji has partnered with Israeli company, TaKaDu whose software system will be able to identify leaks in advance before it becomes a major burst mai
4 days ago
Our teams are trying to clear flooded schools and prepare for re-opening - Kumar
Minister for Education Premila Kumar says a number of schools were flooded during widespread flooding in parts of the country earlier this week and teams are currently tr
4 days ago
EFL now able to meet the full electricity demand in the West & power supply to affected areas to be fully restored by the end of this week
Energy Fiji Limited says they are now able to fully meet the electricity demand in the Western Division and will not be rationing supply. CEO Hasmukh Patel says it is
4 days ago

205 people with COVID-19 admitted in hospitals around the country
There are 205 people with COVID-19 currently admitted in hospitals around the country. None of these people are in severe or critical condition. 114 people are admi
4 days ago
417 new COVID-19 cases since Tuesday
417 new COVID-19 cases have been recorded by the Health Ministry since Tuesday. 213 new COVID-19 cases were recorded on Tuesday and 204 new cases were recorded in the
4 days ago
39,179 people have received the booster shot while 142,240 people are still due
As at 11th January 2022, 39,179 Fijians over the age of 18 have received the booster dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine while 142,240 people are still due to get their
4 days ago

FULL STORY: 24 COVID-19 deaths during the 3rd wave so far with 7 new deaths confirmed overnight
There are 7 new COVID-19 deaths bringing the total number of COVID-19 deaths recorded since confirmation of the third wave to 24. Five of the new deaths reported were
4 days ago

12/01/2022
FEO announces establishment of the Centre for Credible Election Information
The Supervisor of Elections Mohammed Saneem has announced the establishment of their Centre for Credible Election Information to counter misinformation and engineered dis
FEO
5 days ago
Toorak residents to experience water disruption from Friday as WAF technicians will carry out work on a new tank
You need to store water if you are residing in Toorak, Suva as the Water Authority of Fiji technicians will be conducting works in the inlet and outlet of a new tank from
5 days ago
Ba Town expected to open tomorrow
Ba Town Council CEO, Priya Singh says they hope to finish cleaning up the town today and open it for business from tomorrow. The town was flooded until Monday followin
5 days ago

FRA carrying out initial damage assessment on roads affected by flooding
The Fiji Roads Authority is currently carrying out the initial damage assessment for roads that sustained damages during the recent flooding. CEO Kamal Prasad says the
FRA
5 days ago
FRIEND Fiji has distributed around 500 food ration packs to families in evacuation centres in the West
The Foundation for Rural Integrated Enterprises and Development or FRIEND Fiji says they have distributed around 500 food ration packs to families that are taking shelter
5 days ago
4,630 people currently in evacuation centres
4,630 people are currently taking shelter in 162 evacuation centres around the country. The National Disaster Management Office says 115 evacuation centres are open in
5 days ago

Police search for missing Nasinu man
Police are seeking information on the whereabouts of Ratu Epi Tubailagi of Namara Settlement, Khalsa Road, Nasinu. Police say the 28 year old left his home last Friday
5 days ago
NFA and Nadi Town Council help clean up Nadi Town
The Nadi Chamber of Commerce says Nadi Town is back to business after the cleaning up. They say they would like to thank the Nadi Town Council and the National Fire Au
5 days ago
Business community and farmers have been severely affected – Rakiraki Chamber of Commerce
Rakiraki Chamber of Commerce and Industry President, George Shiu Raj says the business community and the farmers in the area have been severely affected by the recent flo
5 days ago

Fake school reopening date being circulated
The Ministry of Education has confirmed that a post of school reopening currently circulating on social media is fake news. All schools will be closed until they rece
5 days ago
Clean-up around Ba Town continues following widespread flooding
Clean-up around Ba Town continues today with the help of soldiers from the RFMF and firefighters. The Ba Town Council says they are continuing to clean debris, mud and
5 days ago
Indian man allegedly sets bank on fire after loan application was rejected
An Indian man allegedly set a bank on fire in the Haveri district of Karnataka after his loan application was rejected. According to the Times of India, the accused ha
5 days ago

Seruiratu tells officials to carry out assessments quickly and leave no one out
Minister for Disaster Management Inia Seruiratu has told Commissioners and other government officials to carry out their assessments quickly and ensure no one is left out
5 days ago
Isolation period for tourists found positive for COVID-19 reduced to 7 days
Following adjustments to the isolation procedure for positive COVID-19 cases by the Fijian Government, tourists who are found positive will now be required to be in isola
5 days ago

11/01/2022
More than 4,000 people in evacuation centres have not received any food rations for more than 48 hours - NFP Leader
National Federation Party Leader Professor Biman Prasad says he has received information that more than 4,000 people in over 150 evacuation centres have not received any
5 days ago
Chaudhry questions why EFL generators were undergoing maintenance during the cyclone season
The Fiji Labour Party is stressing that Energy Fiji Limited has a duty to ensure that its backup equipment is kept in readiness particularly during the cyclone season.
5 days ago
Former Fiji Commerce and Employers Federation President David Aidney passes away
The former President of the Fiji Commerce and Employers Federation and Trustee of the Suva Royal Yacht Club David Aidney has passed away. Aidney who was battling cance
6 days ago

Field 40 resident frustrated over no water supply from last Saturday
A Field 40 Lautoka resident says he is frustrated as there has been no water supply since last Saturday as the Water Authority of Fiji confirms some parts of Lautoka will
6 days ago
Education Ministry says the NFP Leader is clearly in election campaign mode but Prasad says they are raising issues because parents are confused & students are worried
The Education Ministry says NFP Leader Professor Biman Prasad is clearly in election campaign mode and looking at ways to criticise the Government at every opportunity bu
6 days ago
4,069 people currently in 156 evacuation centres
4,069 people are currently taking shelter in 156 evacuation centres. There are 106 evacuations centres open in the Western Division, 33 in the Central Division, 1 in t
6 days ago

Schools will be closed until clearance from the NDMO & Health Ministry – Education Ministry
The Education Ministry says schools will be closed until they have received clearance from the National Disaster Management Office that the weather has improved and once
6 days ago
Only the unaffected teachers were asked to report back, just like other unaffected civil servants – Education Ministry
The Ministry of Education is perplexed by comments by the Fiji Teachers Union on why teachers unaffected by flooding were asked to come back to school. In a statement,
6 days ago
No shortage of booster doses yet – Dr. Fong
Permanent Secretary for Health, Doctor James Fong has confirmed there is no shortage of booster doses yet. Some people have told us they were turned away from the vacc
6 days ago

COVID positive cases seen so far in schools is a reflection of what is happening in the community – Education Ministry
The Ministry of Education says positive cases seen so far in schools is a reflection of what is happening in the community and it has been made clear that the decision to
6 days ago
Viti Levu without power supply
Energy Fiji Limited says a fault has caused a disruption to power supply which is affecting people in the whole of Viti Levu. They say their teams are working on the f
6 days ago
Damages to EFL infrastructure especially in some parts of Western and Central Viti Levu
Energy Fiji Limited says Tropical Depression 03F which later intensified into Tropical Cyclone Cody has brought about some damages to the EFL infrastructure especially in
6 days ago

Vaccination drive resumes in Suva today
The COVID-19 vaccination drive will resume in Suva from today. If you want to get vaccinated then you can visit the drive-through vaccination centre at Albert Park and
6 days ago
Kings and Queens Highways open
The Fiji Roads Authority confirms Queens Highway from Mango Bay to Lautoka is now open to all traffic. Kings Highway is now open from Lautoka to Nabulini and there is
FRA
6 days ago
Government currently carrying out assessment on the need of evacuees
Minister for Disaster Management, Inia Seruiratu says the government will be looking into the needs of the people in evacuation centres and assessments are ongoing. He
6 days ago

Risk of flash flood with significant rainfall in the last 24 hours
The Weather Office is stressing that there has been significant rainfall in the last 24 hours and there is still a high risk of flash flooding in low lying and flood-pron
6 days ago
163 people in the hospital with COVID-19
There are 163 people admitted in the hospital with COVID-19 but none are in severe or critical condition. The largest number of people admitted is in the Central Divis
6 days ago
461 new COVID-19 cases since Saturday
461 new COVID-19 cases have been recorded by the Health Ministry since Saturday. 368 of these new cases were recorded on Sunday and 93 in the last 24 hours ending at 8
6 days ago

FULL STORY: 17 COVID-19 deaths during the 3rd wave so far with 5 new deaths confirmed overnight
There are five new COVID-19 deaths bringing the total number of COVID-19 deaths recorded since confirmation of the third wave to seventeen. Three of five new deaths were
6 days ago

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