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22/02/2021
Ministry of Lands opens office in Rakiraki to provide leasing services
Good news for people in Tavua and Rakiraki as they no longer have to travel to Lautoka to get their leases renewed or apply for a new lease as the Ministry of Lands has o
7 days ago
Australia gives $4.23 million for TC Ana recovery
You can expect more assistance if you have been affected by Tropical Cyclone Ana as Australia has given $4.23 million worth of supplies to the Fijian Government and Fiji
7 days ago
11 community caterers recognized for providing 26,000 meals to students under DIVA’s Love Meal Program
Eleven community caterers of DIVA for Equality who assisted in providing meals to affected students under the Love Meal Program last year were recognized for their hard w
7 days ago

$200 million loan is to help Fiji stabilize and revitalize the economy - Fumihiro
In a bid to help Fiji stabilize and revitalize the economy, Japan has provided the government with an emergency loan of $200 million for Fiji’s COVID-19 response. Wh
7 days ago
5 Police officers who allegedly placed meth in a man's car granted bail
Five Police officers who are charged with allegedly placing methamphetamine in a vehicle belonging to a 23 year old man in Suva in May last year have been granted bail.
7 days ago
Former Fiji resident murdered in Christchurch
A former Fiji resident was allegedly murdered in Christchurch, New Zealand last night. Officers found Faiz Ali, aged in his early 30s, dead at a property. Witnesses
8 days ago

Japan to provide $200 million loan to Fiji
The Japanese government will provide a $200 million emergency loan to Fiji for COVID-19 response. The emergency loan support will enable the government implement its p
8 days ago
6 Police officers to appear in court for allegedly placing meth in a car
6 Police officers will be produced in the Suva Magistrates Court today charged with allegedly placing methamphetamine in a vehicle belonging to a 23 year old man in Suva
8 days ago
3 boys to front court for multiple counts of breaching curfew, aggravated robbery and theft
3 boys aged 13 and 15 years facing multiple counts of aggravated robbery and theft will be produced in the Nadi Magistrates Court today. The boys were allegedly commit
8 days ago

57 arrests for breaching curfew in the past week
57 arrests were recorded for breach of curfew from the 16th to 22nd of February. Police say the Western Division recorded 20 reports, 16 in the Southern, 11 in the Ea
8 days ago
Cashless transactions adopted in Kadavu after the launch of M-PAISA QR
Using cash to pay for goods and services will now become a thing of the past for the people of Kadavu following the launch of the Vodafone M-PAISA QR at the Advanced Stor
8 days ago
FPRA Music Awards to take place on May 8th
Good news for local musicians as the FPRA Music Awards that was cancelled last year due to COVID-19 will be held in May this year. Fiji Performing Rights Association D
8 days ago

Police have received permit application for FTUC march and rally - ACP Khan
Police Chief of Operations, ACP Abdul Khan says he can confirm receipt of the permit application by the Fiji Trade Union Congress for their march and rally on May 1st thi
8 days ago

21/02/2021
Namosimalua was up to the standard – Ratu Epeli
Speaker of Parliament, Ratu Epeli Nailatikau says the role of Secretary General to Parliament is not for the faint hearted and former Acting Secretary-General to Parliame
8 days ago
Expect delays in travelling as road rehabilitation works will continue this week
If you live along the Suva Nausori corridor, expect at least 90 minutes delay during peak hours as road rehabilitation works will continue to be carried by Fiji Roads Aut
8 days ago
Australian PM is vaccinated as rollout begins
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has received the coronavirus vaccine as the country prepares to start vaccinations this week. His jab was televised today in o
8 days ago

Over 5,600 people have acquired Fijian citizenship since 2013
Over 5,600 people have acquired Fijian citizenship since 2013. According to Fiji’s first-ever Migration Profile Report, most immigrants are from Australia, Pakistan,
8 days ago
Covid vaccine: All UK adults to be offered jab by 31 July
All adults in the UK will be offered their first dose of a coronavirus vaccine by the end of July. This pledge has been made by UK’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
9 days ago
Local artists to assist 13 villages and 12 settlements in Bua and Macuata
If you are living in Bua and Macuata, you can expect more assistance as local artists will be visiting 13 villages and 12 settlements in these areas to distribute essent
9 days ago

Nabukalou Creek clean-up to be held next Saturday
Ocean-sports enthusiasts and the members of St. Luke Anglican Parish in Suva under the Anglican Diocese of Polynesia will clean up Suva’s iconic Nabukalou Creek next Sa
9 days ago
Over 10,000 Fijians expected to benefit from the new Navosa Hospital when it opens from Tuesday
Over 10,000 Fijians in the province of Nadroga and highlands of Ba will benefit from the new Navosa Hospital in Keyasi which is expected to be opened next Tuesday. Fin
9 days ago
Villagers of Dromuna in Tailevu have electricity for the first time
Villagers of Dromuna in Tailevu now have electricity through a $10,000 solar-electrification project by the Rotary Club of Suva Peninsula Sunset. Rotary Club of Suva P
9 days ago

Russia detects first case of H5N8 bird flu in humans
Russia has reported the first case of a bird flu strain, H5N8, being passed from poultry to humans. Officials told the BBC seven workers at a poultry plant in the sout
9 days ago
Anti-COVID-19 vaccination protests held in Australia ahead of rollout
Anti-vaccination protesters have gathered across Australia ahead of the launch of the country's coronavirus vaccination programme. Protests were held in cities includi
9 days ago
Stolen vehicle in Tacirua East home invasion recovered but no arrests yet
No arrests have been made in the home invasion case on Tuesday at the new sub-division in Tacirua East in Nasinu. Police say they are continuing with their investigat
9 days ago

20/02/2021
Tikoduadua is the child for using insulting words and it must have been hard for him since I saved him twice - PM
Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama says it is clear National Federation Party President Pio Tikoduadua is the child for using insulting words after Tikoduadua said that Ba
9 days ago
Marshall Islands follows Palau, FSM in initiating Forum withdrawal
The Marshall Islands has launched the process for officially ending its membership in the Pacific Islands Forum. The country's Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Ca
9 days ago
National Kidney Research and Treatment Centre in Nadera opens in a few weeks – Dr Waqainabete
People can expect dialysis services in the next few weeks at the National Kidney Research and Treatment Centre in Nadera. Minister for Health, Dr Ifereimi Waqainabete
9 days ago

Fiji maintains clean up and independent investigation into Mahmood Khan’s report is needed before the grant is released
The University of the South Pacific maintains that it will not engage publicly on its recruitment processes or policies in respect to individual contracts after allegatio
9 days ago
Brawl involving students of Nadi school to be investigated - Akbar
An investigation into a brawl between students of a school in Nadi will be investigated by the Education Ministry and the students involved will be taken to task. This
9 days ago
Police expected to receive rescue boats and underwater cameras next month
Six-million dollars worth of specialized maritime equipment like rescue boats, underwater cameras and underwater communication equipment are expected to be handed over to
10 days ago

60 complaints about the conduct of real estate agents last year
60 complaints about the conduct of agents were received and addressed by the Real Estate Agents Licensing Board of Fiji last year. Minister for Industry, Trade and Tou
10 days ago
5 boys still in police custody for their alleged involvement in a series of break-ins in Namaka
Five boys aged 13 to 16 years remain in police custody for a series of house and car break-ins in the Namaka area. Police have been questioning the three boys aged 13
10 days ago
Over 222,000 Fijians living abroad
Over 222,000 people who were born in Fiji are living abroad. This has been revealed in Fiji’s first ever Migration Profile Report titled “Migration in the Republic
10 days ago

More than half a million dollars worth of pearls allegedly stolen from J.Hunter Pearls
More than half a million dollars worth of pearls has been reported stolen from the J.Hunter Pearls office in Savusavu. Police are saying the mock-up of pearls were all
10 days ago

19/02/2021
2 people appear in the Anti-Corruption Court for the first time
The Fiji Independent Commission against Corruption has produced cases against two people in the Anti-Corruption court for the first time. A company Director, who was
10 days ago
Yadua Village School get stationery and uniforms
Yadua Village School which was affected by TC Yasa and Ana have received a timely assistance of exercise books, school uniforms and sandals for the new school year. Th
10 days ago
334 families assisted in government’s 2020-2021 First Home Grant Assistance Programme
334 families have been assisted in the government’s First Home Grant Assistance Programme in the 2020-2021 financial year. Minister for Housing and Community Develop
10 days ago

FTUC files application to have a National Day of Protest March and Rally on May 1st
Fiji Trades Union Congress National Secretary Felix Anthony has today confirmed that FTUC is planning to have a national march on May 1st this year and they have lodged a
10 days ago
5 boys being questioned for their alleged involvement in a series of break-ins in Namaka
Five boys aged 13 to 16 years are currently being questioned in relation to a series of house and car break-ins in the Namaka area. Police spokesperson Ana Naisoro con
10 days ago
Number of voters per polling station increased from 500 to 650 from the next general elections
The number of voters per polling station has been increased from 500 to 650 from the next general elections. In approving the recommendation of the Fijian Elections Of
10 days ago

Farmers affected by TC Yasa & Ana to receive $200 to cover the costs of land clearance, preparation and planting
If you are are farmer and have been affected by Tropical Cyclone Yasa and Ana you can apply for $200 to cover the costs of land clearance, preparation and planting of a o
10 days ago
Hero off-duty cop saves the day
Police Constable Joji Lagi is receiving high praises for his bravery which led to the arrest of a man who allegedly robbed a woman along Yawini Street in Lautoka last Sat
10 days ago
Five men arrested for alleged possession of meth in Cunningham
Five men are in Police custody after they were arrested in Cunningham for allegedly being in possession of white substances believed to be methamphetamine. Police say
11 days ago

Bainimarama says we are stronger together as a Pacific family after 5 Micronesian member states announce they will leave PIF
With plans afoot for the Micronesian Leaders to officially leave the Pacific Islands Forum, Fijian Prime Minister and Chair of this year’s Pacific Islands Forum, Voreqe
11 days ago
Nasa's Perseverance rover lands on Mars
There's a new robot on the surface of Mars. BBC News reports the American space agency has successfully landed its Perseverance rover in a deep crater near the planet'
11 days ago
Expect additional traffic as Ratu Mara Road from Lakeba Street to Shalimar Street will be reduced to 2 lanes from 2.30pm to 8pm
If you are travelling towards Suva or will be on your way towards Nausori along Kings Highway this afternoon, please look for alternative routes as additional traffic is
11 days ago

$17.3m paid to accident victims by ACCF since 2018
Accident victims have received a total of $17.3 million from the Accident Compensation Commission of Fiji since 2018. This includes $14,379,000 for vehicle accidents,
11 days ago
Mechanic remanded following Nadi meth bust
A 55-year-old Lautoka mechanic has been remanded in custody by the Nadi Magistrates Court after he was arrested for allegedly importing around 206 grams of methamphetamin
11 days ago
Thousands in Nausori to be without water supply next weekend
If you are living in Nausori then you must start storing water as Water Authority of Fiji says you will be experiencing low water pressure to no water from 9pm next Frida
11 days ago

USP says staff contracts are matters between an employer and employee and not for public scrutiny
The University of the South Pacific says it will not engage publicly on its recruitment processes or policies in respect to individual contracts. USP says staff contra
11 days ago
Facebook Australia: PM Scott Morrison 'will not be intimidated' by tech giant
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has said his government will not be intimidated by Facebook blocking news feeds to users. He described the move to "unfriend A
11 days ago
Corrections Service exhumes 5 graves after getting consent from families and approval from Health Ministry
The Fiji Corrections Service has confirmed that it has successfully exhumed five graves at Nasinu Cemetery to realign its boundary with the proposed Nakasi Market. The
11 days ago

400 Fijians expected to be employed by Survivor reality show
400 Fijians are expected to be employed by the American reality show, Survivor which will be produced in Fiji again this year. Employment opportunities will be largely
11 days ago
Association of USP Staff Women’s Wing and FWCC demand PM to withdraw comments and to apologise
The Association of the USP Staff Women’s Wing and the Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre are calling for Prime Minister, Voreqe Bainimarama to retract his comments made about
11 days ago

18/02/2021
Vuniwaqa urges people to apply for Poverty Benefit Schemes after claims that women are being forced into prostitution
Minister for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation Mereseini Vuniwaqa says people who have been badly affected by COVID-19 and disasters can apply for their Poverty Ben
11 days ago
Women’s Crisis Centre calls on the PM to retract his comments and apologise to Dr Chand and the women of Fiji
The Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre says it is appalled at the Prime Minister’s uncalled for and misogynistic attack on one of University of the South Pacific’s renowned
11 days ago
Association of USP Staff Women’s Wing congratulate Doctor Rajni Chand and demand PM to withdraw comments and to apologise
The Association of the USP Staff Women’s Wing Chair, Rosalia Fatiaki says the Women’s Wing congratulates Dr. Rajni Chand for smashing the glass ceiling as she has wor
11 days ago

PM says he is not making misogynistic comments but questioning why appointment process was not followed
Prime Minister, Voreqe Bainimarama says the University of the South Pacific Council needs to do a good clean up at USP and he is raising the question on why the position
11 days ago
All recruitments at USP are on merit in compliance with policies & procedures – Act. Deputy VC
The Acting Deputy Vice Chancellor, Professor Jito Vanualailai has today stressed in a statement that all recruitments at University of the South Pacific are on merit in c
11 days ago
PM calls Biman Prasad to ask his wife to resign and hopes USP Council does a good clean up
Prime Minister, Voreqe Bainimarama has called on the National Federation Party Leader, Professor Biman Prasad to help in combatting corruption at the University of the So
12 days ago

Facebook blocks Australian users from viewing or sharing news
Facebook has blocked Australian users from sharing or viewing news content on the platform amid a dispute on a law. Australia wants tech giants like Facebook and Googl
12 days ago
Bail refused for man who allegedly raped his defacto partner last year
High Court Judge, Justice Daniel Goundar has refused to release a man on bail who allegedly raped his defacto partner in Vatuwaqa in December last year. The court was
12 days ago
FRIEND Fiji and TISI Sangam assist 1,000 families in Labasa
1,000 families in Labasa received food rations as an immediate food security response to floods caused by Tropical Cyclone Ana. FRIEND Fiji partnered with TISI Sangam
12 days ago

Work on Korosomo Slip expected to be completed in a month
If you are affected by the slip in Korosomo on the Vanua Levu road network, please be advised that realignment work at Korosomo Slip in Labasa will be completed in a mont
12 days ago
More will be coming – PM
As debate on University of the South Pacific continues with allegations made by Prime Minister, Voreqe Bainimarama about USP Vice Chancellor, Pal Ahluwalia and National F
USP
12 days ago
Prof Ahluwalia says he does not reply to such nonsense as Prof Thaman tells USP Council to move on from Ahluwalia
Highly acclaimed Poet and Academic Professor Konai Helu Thaman says it is time, in her view, for the USP Council to move on from Pal Ahluwalia, and start looking for some
USP
12 days ago

Damaged Qalitu Primary School classroom repaired, work yet to begin on damaged kindergarten
Sixteen Year 3 students of Qalitu Primary School in Savusavu now have a safe classroom to study in after repairs have been completed by RFMF engineers. The rooftop of
12 days ago
Focus is on quickly fixing schools to ensure students are moved from tents - Seruiratu
Minister for Disaster Management, Inia Seruiratu says the focus in the Northern Division has mainly been on quick fixes on schools to ensure students are moved from tents
12 days ago

17/02/2021
TISI Sangam to continue assisting affected students with lunches
TISI Sangam will continue to provide free lunches to students who are still struggling due to the effects of COVID-19 and the recent cyclones this year. President Sada
12 days ago
Yasawa and Mamanuca villagers to receive training in sustainable practices
Villagers of Yasawa and Mamanuca will be trained on sustainable practices through the 450,000 Euros project supported by the UN Food and Agriculture Organization and fund
12 days ago
Labasa farmer’s death classified as murder
Police have classified the death of the 49-year-old farmer whose body was found in Qelemumu, Labasa on Saturday as murder. Police Chief of Investigations, ACP Biu Matav
12 days ago

DPP lawyer to re-look at charges against woman who allegedly assisted husband in alleged rape cases
High Court Judge, Justice Thushara Rajasinghe has asked the state lawyer to re-look at the charges against a woman who allegedly assisted her husband in two alleged rape
12 days ago
62 boarding school students at Nadogo Central College provided with food ration by PM
62 boarding students of Nadogo Central College will not have to worry about their meals as the government has provided them with much needed food ration. College Vice
12 days ago
Realignment work at Korosomo Slip in the North progressing well
There is some good news as issues with the landowners have been resolved and realignment work at Korosomo Slip in the Northern Division is progressing well. Minister f
FRA
12 days ago

Taiwan sets up Agricultural Technology Transfer centre
Taiwan is setting up a new $3 million centre for Agricultural Technology Transfer in Nausori to support Fiji’s efforts in agricultural modernization and pursing agricul
12 days ago
2021 Annual Sangam Convention cancelled
The 2021 Annual Sangam Convention which was scheduled to take place during Easter has been cancelled. TISI Sangam National President Sadasivan Naicker says they have c
12 days ago
Zero active cases of COVID-19 in Fiji
There are currently zero active cases of COVID-19 in Fiji. The Ministry of Health says it has been 16 days since the last border quarantine case was reported. They
12 days ago

Labasa farmer’s death classified as murder
Police have classified the death of the 49-year-old farmer whose body was found in Qelemumu, Labasa on Saturday as murder. Police Chief of Investigations, ACP Biu Matavo
12 days ago
Finding the balance between jokes that will appeal to a diverse audience is difficult – Tuets
Stand-up comedian Atueta Rabuka mostly known as “Tuets” says the most difficult thing for him as an entertainer is finding the balance between jokes that will appeal
12 days ago
Over 37,000 families in the North are being provided with food ration packs - Seruiratu
Over 37,000 families in the Northern Division are being provided with food ration packs after Cyclone Ana. Minister for Disaster Management, Inia Seruiratu says they e
13 days ago

Nadi family in shock as 5-month-old baby and grandparents die in early morning fire
A family in Nadele in Sabeto, Nadi is still in shock after losing a 5-month-old baby boy and his elderly grandparents in a house fire early this morning. Donald Dayal
13 days ago
Violence and harassment at work places has persisted for years - Lesuma
The Acting Permanent Secretary for Employment Manasa Lesuma says violence and harassment which includes unethical behaviours in workplaces has persisted for a number of y
13 days ago
USP staff unions want second independent legal opinion on Ahluwalia’s contract issues
The USP staff unions are demanding that the USP Council Sub-Committee looking into issues surrounding the contract of Professor Pal Ahluwalia obtains a second independent
USP
13 days ago

Brothers awarded money and certificates for their bravery that led to the arrest of a robbery suspect
Brothers, Iowane Savenaca and Lorosio Civoniceva have been awarded Certificates of Commendation and money by Police for their actions that led to the arrest of a robbery
13 days ago
3 people including a 5 month old baby die in early morning fire in Sabeto
Three people including a 5-month-old baby passed away in a house fire in Nadele in Sabeto, Nadi this morning. Police say the three were trapped inside the house. T
13 days ago
Another new coronavirus variant seen in the UK
Scientists have identified another new variant of coronavirus in the UK with some potentially troubling mutations. B.1.525 appears similar to the South African variant
13 days ago

Singh knows the mechanics of the sugar industry and is the person that was needed at FSC - Karan
The new CEO of the Fiji Sugar Corporation, Bhan Pratap Singh knows the mechanics of the sugar industry and is precisely the person that was needed at the FSC. The Perm
13 days ago

16/02/2021
USP Council sub-committee yet to provide recommendations on Ahluwalia's contract
The USP Council has directed the Secretary to Council to refer the allegations of breach of the USP Council Code of Conduct by Pro-Chancellor and Chair of Council Winston
13 days ago
Nabavatu villagers assured of assistance for relocation of village
Families from Nabavatu Village who are living in tents at the Dreketi Assemblies of God Church compound after their homes were severely damaged due to landslide and land
13 days ago
Large tracts of underutilized land needs to be used for agriculture – Dr. Reddy
There are still large tracts of underutilized land available nationwide and this needs to be used for agriculture, considering the impact the recent spate of natural disa
13 days ago

Stri Sewa Sabha contributes $37,277 towards buying equipment for Sai Sanjeevani Children's Heart Hospital
Stri Sewa Sabha has contributed $37,277.40 towards purchasing surgical equipment for the Sai Sanjeevani Children's Heart Hospital that is expected to open in the next few
13 days ago
Fiji Taxi Association to assist drivers receiving unrealistic targets from taxi owners
The Fiji Taxi Association will assist taxi drivers in mediation if they are receiving unrealistic targets from taxi owners. Association General Secretary, Ashwin Lal s
13 days ago
3 people lose their lives in 3 separate accidents since yesterday morning
Three people have lost their lives in three separate road accidents since yesterday morning while a 3-year-old child is still admitted in hospital after sustaining injuri
13 days ago

Elections Office to recommend to increase the number of voters at a polling station
The Fijian Elections Office will be recommending to increase the number of voters at a polling station from 500 to 650 in the 2022 General Elections. Supervisor of Ele
13 days ago
Fiji Corrections medical staff receive training to provide better services
17 medical staff of the Fiji Corrections Service have completed online training on Healthcare in Detention to provide better services in their centres. The training wa
13 days ago
Fiji will need the assistance and support of partners to combat human trafficking – Manasa Lesuma
To effectively combat human trafficking, Fiji will need the assistance and support of non-government organisations, civil societies, development and technical partners.
13 days ago

LOL Mada Comedy Show returns next Thursday
If you are a fan of stand-up comedy then there is good news for you as the LOL Mada Comedy Show returns next Thursday at the ANZ Stadium concourse. The show will see t
14 days ago
Silver Toyota Platz – FQ 603 stolen in Tacirua East home invasion
Please keep a lookout for a vehicle that was stolen during a home invasion at the new sub-division in Tacirua East in Nasinu early this morning. It is a silver Toyota
14 days ago
Bail application of Joshua Aziz Rahman dismissed
High Court Judge Justice, Daniel Goundar has dismissed the second bail application of Canadian national Joshua Aziz Rahman. 24-year-old Rahman was allegedly found with
14 days ago

Man questioned by Police for the death of Labasa farmer
A man in his 20s is in Police custody and is being questioned in relation to the discovery of a man’s body in Qelemumu, Labasa on Saturday night. The discovery was m
14 days ago
Man dies in road accident in Narere
A man from Nepani in Nasinu has passed away following a road accident in Narere this morning. Police say the man was a taxi driver. He allegedly lost control of th
14 days ago
Bhan Pratap Singh is the new CEO of the FSC
Bhan Pratap Singh is the new Chief Executive Officer of the Fiji Sugar Corporation. Singh spent 18 years at FSC starting as Shift Chemist and progressing to Assistant
14 days ago

Farmer who allegedly made online threats against the AG released on bail
A 49-year-old farmer who allegedly made online threats against the Attorney General, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum has been released on $500 cash bail. Isikeli Komaisavai allege
14 days ago
Students admitted at Nausori Health Centre after an accident in Mokani
Some students are receiving medical attention at the Nausori Health Centre after the minibus they were travelling in was allegedly hit by a bus along Mokani Road in Taile
14 days ago
Farmer found dead in Tavua
The body of a 35-year-old farmer was discovered in Vatia waters in Tavua yesterday. Police say the discovery was made by a group of divers. The victim is from Matac
14 days ago

Two men pass away in separate road accidents
Two people passed away in separate road accidents yesterday. Police say a 60-year-old farmer died in the first accident in Soqulu in Taveuni yesterday morning. Acco
14 days ago
First batch of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine arrives in New Zealand
The first batch of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine has arrived in New Zealand. Sixty-thousand doses of the vaccine arrived on a Singapore Airlines flight from Belgium. Th
14 days ago
Internet services expected to improve along the Coral Coast as Telecom begins major infrastructure work
You can look forward to high speed internet access on Coral Coast as Telecom Fiji Limited is now replacing underground optic fiber cable between Deuba and Korolevu. CE
14 days ago

Man found dead near Nailaga Jetty in Ba yet to be identified
The body of a man discovered near the Nailaga Jetty in Ba yesterday is yet to be identified. Police are investigating this as a case of interest. They say a post mo
14 days ago
Naqarase to represent USPSA in today’s special USP Council meeting
The Interim President of the USP Students Association Lepani Naqarase will represent USPSA at today’s special meeting of the USP Council. This is following the resig
USP
14 days ago
Fiji wants due process to be followed – Akbar
Education Minister Rosy Akbar says it does not depend on whether Fiji wants Professor Pal Ahluwalia to continue as Vice-Chancellor of USP because the decision will be mad
14 days ago

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USP Vice Chancellor deportation
The President of the University of the South Pacific Staff Association, Elizabeth Fong says they have received confirmation that USP Vice-Chancellor, ...
26 days ago

Tropical Cyclone Ana
Tropical Cyclone Ana was upgraded to a Category 3 system on February 1st.
29 days ago

Drug and substance abuse in Fiji
Substance abuse including marijuana cases are on the rise amongst students in schools during the COVID-19 period, and urgent action is required.
68 days ago

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