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05/07/2020
Man spends US$4,000 on gold mask to protect himself from COVID-19
A businessman in Pune, India has paid about US$4,000 for a gold face mask to protect himself from coronavirus. Shankar Kurhade says it is a thin mask and has tiny pore
7 days ago
Strict guidelines set for boarding students as more return tomorrow
The Education Ministry has made it clear as part of its school reopening guidelines that boarding students should not be allowed to leave the school unless approved by th
7 days ago
Teachers urged to be extra vigilant about students mental and physical health
As primary and secondary school students up till Year 11 return to school tomorrow, the Ministry of Education is stressing that many families will be facing hardship due
7 days ago

Marijuana plants worth $12m seized in Kadavu raid
Another 4,000 plants believed to be marijuana has been seized by Police in the village of Gasele in Kadavu. The plants have been uprooted by a Special Operations Team.
8 days ago
200,000 new COVID-19 cases reported in the past 24 hours
The World Health Organisation has today confirmed the highest increase in COVID-19 cases in one day since pandemic began. More than 200,000 new cases have been reporte
8 days ago
Fiji Bus Operators Association will make sure school buses are available tomorrow
The Fiji Bus Operators Association has given its assurance that school buses will be available to students resuming school tomorrow. Primary and secondary school stude
8 days ago

Drunk students arrested for allegedly stoning houses during curfew hours
Three students who were allegedly found drunk and loitering were arrested for breaching the curfew last night. Police Commissioner Sitiveni Qiliho says two of the stud
8 days ago
New evacuation centre to protect villagers of Bagasau in Cakaudrove
Villagers of Bagasau in Cakaudrove now have a safe place to seek shelter during a natural disaster. This follows the completion of their evacuation centre, funded thro
8 days ago
Road rehabilitation in the Central Division progressing well - FRA
Fiji Roads Authority is progressing well with its road rehabilitation works in parts of the Central Division. FRA CEO Jonathan Moore says works in the Nabua commercial
FRA
8 days ago

Coronavirus Australia: Melbourne locks down tower blocks as cases rise
Authorities in the Australian city of Melbourne have confined people living in nine housing estate tower blocks because of an outbreak of coronavirus. The 3,000 or so
8 days ago

04/07/2020
Naisiroki helps community despite challenges with his business
Sitting back and hoping for the best was not an option for Adriu Naisiroki when he had to close his business in March this year due to COVID-19 restrictions. The 34-ye
8 days ago
Wailevu residents told drainage work will be done
Minister for Environment and Waterways Dr Mahendra Reddy says there is continuous flooding in Wailevu in Labasa because the area is below sea level and people continue to
8 days ago
Owner of million-dollar marijuana farm still yet to be identified
Police have confirmed that no arrests have been made in relation to the drug raid in Kadavu this week where 2,000 marijuana plants with an estimated value of 6.9 million
8 days ago

Ambassador Cella says this year’s Independence Day is a time to reflect on life and liberty
The official July 4th Independence Day celebrations at the US Embassy in Fiji has been postponed until September due to the COVID-19 pandemic. US Ambassador to Fiji Jo
USA
9 days ago
Fiji included in UK quarantine free list for arrivals
Fiji has been included in the United Kingdom's quarantine free list for arrivals. This means people travelling from Fiji will not have to quarantine on arrival in Engl
9 days ago
Social Welfare Scheme being reviewed
People who wish to apply for the Social Welfare Scheme will have to wait until August as the Department of Social Welfare is currently reviewing their policy on this sche
9 days ago

37 curfew breaches last night with most found drunk in public places
37 people were arrested for breaching the curfew last night and 19 of those arrested were allegedly found drunk in public places. Police Commissioner Sitiveni Qiliho s
9 days ago
130 children assisted with mobility devices by Frank Hilton Organisation
130 children have been assisted with mobility devices by the Frank Hilton Organisation. The organisation received 70 pediatric wheelchairs and 30 motivation moit start
9 days ago
England unlocks travel with 59 countries - but not the US
England has unlocked travel to and from 59 countries by lifting quarantine requirements, but visitors from the United States will still be subject to restrictions. Off
9 days ago

03/07/2020
USP Council resolves to release BDO Report to Council members only
The USP Council has resolved that the BDO Report be released to Council members only. The Council is now in recess and will reconvene on Wednesday, 12th August 2020 at
USP
9 days ago
Regional USP student fined $100 for breach of curfew
A 20-year-old USP student has been fined $100 for breaching curfew. First-year Electrical Engineering student from Kiribati, Kata Kua, appeared before Suva Magistrate
9 days ago
880 drivers booked for improper loading and 861 drivers for overloading vehicles from January till May this year
880 drivers have been booked for improper loading and another 861 drivers for overloading vehicles from January till May this year with an extra 201 bookings made until M
9 days ago

Report on Nestle UK and Fairtrade inaccurate – FSC CEO
The Fiji Sugar Corporation has today confirmed that it does not trade directly with Nestle UK and FSC does not expect any drop in their projected exports this year as a r
9 days ago
13-ton shipment of human hair seized in the US
A 13-ton shipment of beauty products such as weaves suspected to have been made out of human hair has been seized by US Customs and Border Protection in New York. CNN
10 days ago
Bail ruling for alleged Colo-I-Suva murderer later this month
The bail ruling for Sailosi Naivalurua who is accused of killing a man in Colo-i-Suva in April this year will be delivered by High Court Judge Justice Riyaz Hamza on the
10 days ago

Outrage as Indian judge calls alleged rape victim 'unbecoming'
An Indian judge is under pressure to delete comments from a court order that questioned the behaviour of a woman who alleged she was raped. Granting bail to the rape accu
10 days ago
20-year-old who robbed 2 taxi drivers imprisoned for 6 years
A 20-year-old man who pleaded guilty to two counts of aggravated robbery has been sentenced to six years imprisonment by High Court Judge Justice Daniel Goundar. On 17
10 days ago
SODELPA’s Suva Constituency President and others seek $10,000 in costs from Ro Filipe, Adi Litia and Waqatairewa after they abandon their appeal
SODELPA’s Suva Constituency President Watisoni Nata and others are now seeking $10,000 in costs incurred for the case brought up by Ro Filipe Tuisawau, Adi Litia Qioni
10 days ago

40% of free education grant released if schools have submitted the required documents
Minister for Education Rosy Akbar has confirmed to the Faith-Based Organisations that 40% of the government’s free education grant has been released for all the schools
10 days ago
FICAC says it is beyond its control if suspects or parties release names of MPs under investigation
The Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption says it is beyond its control if the suspects or their respective political parties wish to divulge the names of the me
10 days ago
Motion for Thompson to step down expected to be discussed in today’s USP Council meeting
The University of the South Pacific Council is currently meeting at the Laucala Campus, and the Pro Chancellor Winston Thompson is not in attendance after his recusal fro
USP
10 days ago

Quarantine hotel sex scandal linked to coronavirus outbreak in Australian city of Melbourne
Australian officials have launched a judicial inquiry amid allegations a fresh coronavirus outbreak in the state of Victoria was sparked by some contracted workers not fo
10 days ago
Five breach of curfew cases in the last 24hrs
Five cases were recorded over the last 24 hours for breach of curfew. Two people in their 20s were found loitering in Narere in Nasinu. Police say there was one cas
10 days ago
Bainimarama commissions new vetiver Nursery and hands over a boat and engine to villagers
The new vetiver grass nursery in Labasa commissioned by the Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama is aimed at strengthening the shorelines of riverside communities. Some o
10 days ago

Quarantine hotel sex scandal linked to coronavirus outbreak in Australian city of Melbourne
Australian officials have launched a judicial inquiry amid allegations a fresh coronavirus outbreak in the state of Victoria was sparked by some contracted workers not fo
10 days ago
U.S Embassy partners with local NGO to improve English for 24 students in Wakanisila
24 students from Wakanisila settlement in Nasinu will reap the benefits of the English Access Micro-Scholarship Program which has been launched by the U.S Embassy in Fiji
10 days ago
Marijuana plants worth $6.9m found in Kadavu farm raid
Police have confiscated more than two thousand plants believed to be marijuana from a farm in Kadavu and its estimated value is $6.95 million. The plants believed to b
10 days ago

02/07/2020
Men who used broken beer bottle and iron rod for assault front court
Two men who allegedly assaulted another man with a broken beer bottle and an iron rod appeared before High Court Judge Justice Riyaz Hamza today. It is alleged that 21
10 days ago
Fijian economy projected to contract by 21.7% – Ariff Ali
The Fijian economy is projected to contract by 21.7 percent in 2020 which is the most severe contraction in our modern history. The Chairman of the Macroeconomic Commi
10 days ago
Students that require transport assistance can ask heads of schools for application forms
Students that require transport assistance can now collect application forms from their teachers or heads of schools or download the form from the Education Ministry webs
10 days ago

USP Council to meet today
The University of the South Pacific Council is meeting this hour however the Council Secretariat has said that the agenda of their meeting will not be revealed to the pub
10 days ago
Serious concerns raised as research shows microplastic in fish and other seafood sources in Fiji
Suva has become one of the main hot spots for marine pollution in terms of the amount of microplastic in our waters, and researchers have now found high levels of micropl
10 days ago
Chinese national fronts court for assault on fishing vessel in Fiji waters
A Chinese national who allegedly assaulted another Chinese national aboard a fishing vessel appeared before Suva Magistrate Waleen George today. Magistrate George said
11 days ago

FICAC officers conduct search at SODELPA office
SODELPA has confirmed that FICAC officers searched their office at McGregor Road in Suva today in the presence of the General Secretary, Acting Vice Presidents and Party
11 days ago
NZ Health Minister resigns after breaching lockdown rules
New Zealand's health minister has resigned after criticism of the government's response to coronavirus and his own breaches of lockdown rules.   David Clark had
11 days ago
800 Fijians now have consistent water supply after Lautoka reservoir is recommissioned
The Water Authority of Fiji says around 800 Fijians living in the elevated parts of Balawa and Saweni Beach Road in Lautoka now have a consistent water supply after they
11 days ago

Initial numbers show 115,000 workers affected by COVID-19 -ILO
The initial numbers from the workplace survey done by the Ministry of Employment and the International Labour Organisation shows that close to 115,000 Fijian workers have
11 days ago
Two men charged with murder and drug cultivation front court
Two men charged with murder and cultivation of illegal drugs appeared before High Court Judge Justice Riyaz Hamza this morning. It is alleged that on 26th December 201
11 days ago
Kavaia Rawaqa set to make comeback for Rewa
Rewa left-back Kavaia Rawaqa is set to make his return to the starting 11 as he has fully recovered from an ankle injury he sustained earlier this year. Rewa Coach Mar
11 days ago

LTA investigates Nadi Officers for unprofessional conduct
The Land Transport Authority of Fiji is currently investigating an incident where an LTA vehicle in Nadi was pictured parked on a yellow (no parking) line. LTA stresse
LTA
11 days ago
FRA says it is true speed humps can cost around $20k
The Fiji Roads Authority says it is true that speed humps can cost around $20,000 each particularly if they are combined with pedestrian crossings but despite being asked
FRA
11 days ago
PRB has not evicted anyone from any of their flats during the COVID-19 period - Patrick Veu
Public Rental Board Acting General Manager, Patrick Veu confirms that no one has been evicted from any of their flats during the COVID-19 period, however people who were
11 days ago

Seven drunkards arrested for breach of curfew
Seven people who were arrested for breach of curfew last night were allegedly drunk. Police Commissioner, Sitiveni Qiliho says the Northern Division recorded five case
11 days ago
Sanatan Dharm Pratinidhi Sabha to provide meals to students affected by COVID-19 while Arya Pratinidhi Sabha making an assessment
The Sanatan Dharm Pratinidhi Sabha of Fiji will be providing meals to students attending their various schools who have been affected by COVID-19 while the Arya Pratinidh
11 days ago
Bail extended for 5 police officers who allegedly assaulted a man in Naqia
Five police officers who were allegedly involved in an assault case in Naqia, Tailevu have had their bail extended. They appeared before High Court Judge Justice Riyaz
11 days ago

Barter for Better Fiji seeks legal advice on baseless claims
Barter for Better Fiji Page Admin Marlene Dutta says nothing done within the group is for any form of monetary gain and has deemed all claims relating to this as baseless
11 days ago
162 peacekeepers remain in quarantine and to be tested after 14-day period
The 162 Fijians who returned to Fiji after completing peacekeeping duties in Sinai will remain in quarantine until they complete their 14-day period. According to a go
11 days ago
British citizenship offered to three million Hong Kong residents following controversial security laws
British citizenship is being offered to three million people living in Hong Kong in light of the controversial security laws imposed by China. UK Foreign Secretary Dom
11 days ago

Three escapees to front court today
Three remand prisoners who escaped from a Police vehicle while being escorted to Suva from Lautoka on Tuesday have each been charged with one count of Escaping from Polic
11 days ago
$8,000 donated by Think Pacific Foundation to National Disaster Management Office
Eight thousand dollars has been donated by Think Pacific Foundation in Fiji to the National Disaster Management Office for Tropical Cyclone Harold relief efforts. Thin
11 days ago
Cause of Lami house fire yet to be determined
Investigations are continuing to ascertain the cause of the fire that destroyed a home in Nasevou Street in Lami on Monday night. Eight people lived in the house and t
11 days ago

US buys nearly all of COVID-19 drug remdesivir
The US has bought almost all the world's upcoming supply of COVID-19 treatment drug remdesivir. The US health department has announced it will buy 500,000 doses for us
11 days ago
Italian Police seize the largest drug haul in the world
Italian police have seized what they believe is a world-record haul of 14 tonnes of the highly addictive drug amphetamine which they suspect were made in Syria to finance
11 days ago

01/07/2020
PM launches Fiji Coconut Cooking Oil
Prime Minister, Voreqe Bainimarama today launched the latest Fiji Coconut Millers Limited product, the Fiji Coconut Cooking Oil. While unveiling the product and commis
11 days ago
Trial date set for woman who allegedly murdered her defacto partner
The trial of Asena Rakavono, who is alleged to have murdered her defacto partner in Muanikoso, Nasinu last year will be held in February next year. The case was called
11 days ago
Faith Based Organizations await data from Education Ministry to assist students with lunch and bus fare
Faith Based Organizations are awaiting data from the Ministry of Education on the number of students that need assistance in terms of bus fare and lunch. Methodist Ch
11 days ago

Faith Based Organizations await data from Education Ministry to assist students with lunch and bus fare
Faith Based Organizations are awaiting data from the Ministry of Education on the number of students that need assistance in terms of bus fare and lunch. Methodist Ch
11 days ago
8 people homeless after Lami house fire
8 people are homeless after a fire destroyed their home in Nasevou Street in Lami last night. Police say the five-bedroom wooden house belonging to a 30-year-old man w
11 days ago
The situation will get worse before it gets better – FTUC
The National Secretary of the Fiji Trades Union Congress, Felix Anthony says they expect the situation to get worse before it gets better. Anthony says this is the tim
11 days ago

PayNowStayLater.com launched today that will allow people to book and pay for hotel rooms now and stay within the next 2 years
The PayNowStayLater online platform has been launched today where hotels will publish attractive packages for people to book and pay for hotel rooms now and their booking
11 days ago
160 workers of Outrigger Resort resume work today
160 workers of the Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort have resumed work from today as the resort is slowly beginning to open up again. They are on reduced hours for now. G
11 days ago
Man who allegedly struck his pregnant sister with iron rod remanded
The case of the 24-year-old man who allegedly assaulted and struck his pregnant sister with an iron rod on Saturday has been transferred to the Suva High Court. The ma
12 days ago

PM commissions new Fiji Rice Limited office in Dreketi
Gone are the days rice farmers in Macuata had to travel all the way to the Fiji Rice Limited Office in Labasa which took them an entire day’s journey, to simply pick up
12 days ago
Police arrest Peni Nakarawa who had escaped from a Police vehicle while being escorted to Suva from Lautoka yesterday
Police have managed to arrest remand prisoner Peni Nakarawa who had escaped from a Police vehicle while being escorted to Suva from Lautoka yesterday. He was arrested
12 days ago
26 people charged with a total of 50 counts of separate incidents in June 2020
18 of the 25 victims of serious sexual offences in June this year were under the age of 18 years. According to the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions, there
DPP
12 days ago

3 rape cases discontinued due to false complaints
The Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions confirms that 3 rape cases were discontinued in June 2020 due to false complaints while 1 case was discontinued as a 7 y
DPP
12 days ago
Man charged with raping 15 year old during curfew hours in a cemetery
A 25-year-old man who allegedly raped a 15-year-old girl during the curfew hours in a cemetery in Suva appeared before High Court Judge Justice Riyaz Hamza this morning.
12 days ago
Historic MOA signed between FTUC and Fiji Commerce and Employers Federation to implement the
A historic memorandum of agreement has been signed between the Fiji Trades Union Congress and the Fiji Commerce and Employers Federation that will implement the “Transi
12 days ago

7-year-old boy raped in church in Nausori
A 73- year-old man has pleaded guilty to raping a 7-year-old boy in a church in Nausori last year. Both attended the same church and the boy was playing with his two s
12 days ago
Rice farmers of Vunivau Settlement in Bua given a new rice harvester
Rice farming will now be much easier for farmers in Vunivau Settlement in Bua after they were given a brand new $60,000 rice harvester. While handing over the harveste
12 days ago
Six drunk people arrested for allegedly breaching curfew
All six people arrested for curfew breaches between 11 o'clock last night and 4 o'clock this morning were found drunk by Police in public places. Police say the Wester
12 days ago

EU to allow in visitors from 15 'safe' countries
The European Union has decided that from tomorrow EU borders will be reopened to citizens from 15 non-EU countries, including Canada, Morocco and Australia, but not the U
12 days ago
FNPF Board approves relief package for employers
The Fiji National Provident Fund Board has approved a relief package for employers that will be effective from January 2020 until June 2021. While more details on this
12 days ago
Nabua man charged for allegedly assaulting pregnant sister
The 24-year-old man who allegedly assaulted and struck his pregnant sister with an iron rod on Saturday has been charged and will appear in the Suva Magistrates Court tod
12 days ago

People defecating outside Queen's vacation home
People are relieving themselves on the grounds of Queen Elizabeth's Scottish residence. Employees at Balmoral Castle, which Queen Elizabeth frequently visits for holid
12 days ago
Flu virus with 'pandemic potential' found in China
A new strain of flu that has the potential to become a pandemic has been identified in China by scientists. According to BBC News, scientists say this new strain of fl
12 days ago
Hunt underway for remand prisoner Peni Nakarawa who escaped from Police custody
The hunt is continuing this morning for remand prisoner Peni Nakarawa who escaped from a Police vehicle while being escorted to Suva from Lautoka yesterday. Police Chi
12 days ago

30/06/2020
70% student turnout on Day 1, more expected today
The Ministry of Education recorded a 70% student turnout on the first day of school for Year 12 and 13 students. The Ministry says it is encouraged to see a high numbe
12 days ago
Methodist Church will ensure no child is left stranded with regards to educational needs- Ravatu
The Methodist Church in Fiji has confirmed that they will assist any student that will come to school without lunch, bus fare and any other need that a child lacks in ord
12 days ago
It would be 'dangerous' for New Zealand's border to be reopened as coronavirus continues to spread overseas - Ardern
New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says it would be "dangerous" for New Zealand's border to be reopened as coronavirus continues to spread overseas. Her com
12 days ago

Two men arrested following drug raids
Two men have been arrested after drug raids conducted by Police resulted in the seizure of illicit drugs believed to be marijuana. Police say a raid was conducted at t
12 days ago
21,700 Year 12 and 13 students urged to tackle challenges and prepare well for national exams
Minister for Education, Rosy Akbar is today encouraging the Year 12 and 13 students who resumed school today to tackle challenges coming their way, and set their sights o
12 days ago
RBF says labour market conditions worsen while consumption and VAT collections continue to contract
The Reserve Bank of Fiji states that overall labour market conditions have worsened due to the weakening domestic economy.The RBF says a total of 85,959 FNPF members rece
12 days ago

Fijian economy anticipated to contract severely this year - RBF
The Reserve Bank of Fiji says the Fijian economy is anticipated to contract severely this year due to the significant decline in tourism activity and its knock-on effects
12 days ago
Police, NFA and LTA receive care packs worth $130,000
The Fiji Police Force, National Fire Authority and Land Transport Authority were given care packs worth $130,000 by the FIJI Water Foundation to help implement Fijian Gov
13 days ago
Crusaders lose standout flanker Cullen Grace to thumb injury
Crusaders loose forward Cullen Grace is set for an unspecified stint on the sideline with a fractured thumb. The impressive 20-year-old is scheduled to have surgery in
13 days ago

PM tells staff of the Bua Provincial Council that new quarters also come with new expectations
Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama told the staff of the Bua Provincial Council that every extra hour of quality sleep they gain in their new quarters should be matched b
13 days ago
Bure tells BMS to submit audited financial report, AGM minutes and updated student roll in order to access free education grants
The Ministry of Education’s Director National Service Delivery, Timoci Bure has stressed that school managements and school heads need to submit their audited financial
13 days ago
Bhawani Dayal Arya College management build a new classroom after TC Harold damaged their school building
Bhawani Dayal Arya College students whose classroom was damaged due to TC Harold in April will not have to worry about where they will have their classes as the school ha
13 days ago

5% interest to be credited into FNPF members’ accounts tonight
Good news for Fiji National Provident Fund members as an interest rate of 5% worth a total of $286.2 million will be credited to over 388,000 FNPF members’ accounts at
13 days ago
Catholic Church run schools will train teachers in providing spiritual guidance to their students
The Catholic Church in Fiji has sent their education circular to all their schools which highlights that teachers should be first taught on how they can share their exper
13 days ago
Prices of unleaded fuel, premix and gas will increase from tomorrow
The price of unleaded fuel, premix and gas will go up from tomorrow. The price of a litre of unleaded fuel will increase by 18 cents from $1.66 to $1.84 per litre whil
13 days ago

Labasa Hospital returns to a post COVID-19 new normal
The Labasa Hospital has returned to a post-COVID new normal. Medical Superintendent Labasa Hospital Dr Jaoji Vulibeci says all COVID-19 related preventive activities s
13 days ago
Only three curfew breaches in the last 24 hours
There were three curfew breaches in the last 24 hours. Two people were found drunk in the Southern Division. One of them in his 20s was arrested along the Samabula
13 days ago
Fiji Muslim League says no student to be left out
The Fiji Muslim League has come forward to provide lunch for students whose families have been affected by COVID-19 and Tropical Cyclone Harold and are in need of assista
13 days ago

India bans TikTok and dozens of other Chinese apps over security concerns
The Indian government has banned dozens of Chinese mobile apps, including TikTok, over alleged security issues. India’s Ministry of Information Technology “has dec
13 days ago
WHO warns that the 'worst is yet to come'
The head of the World Health Organisation has warned that the COVID-19 pandemic is not even close to being over. It has now been six months since the first cases of a
13 days ago

29/06/2020
Those who fail to update their information on social welfare assistance by tomorrow will have their assistance suspended
Recipients of the Social Pension Scheme, the Care and Protection Scheme and Poverty Benefit Scheme have to declare that they are still eligible for the assistance by toda
13 days ago
SODELPA management says they will unify all members to present a formidable force in the 2022 general elections
The SODELPA Management Board says they now have urgent issues to resolve, including the unifying of all members of the party to present a formidable force in the 2022
13 days ago
Senior SODELPA members concerned about Rabuka approaching Saneem to appoint Adi Litia as GS
The senior management board members of the SODELPA are still concerned that Sitiveni Rabuka had a meeting with the Registrar of Political Parties, Mohammed Saneem last we
13 days ago

Suspension against SODELPA lifted
Registrar of Political Parties, Mohammed Saneem has confirmed that Emele Duituturaga has been approved as the General Secretary of SODELPA and he has also declared that
14 days ago
Man remanded for allegedly stabbing defacto partner in Nadi
A 26 year old man who allegedly stabbed his defacto partner several times on Saturday in Nadi has been remanded in custody. The man faces one count each of act with in
14 days ago
Budget to be delivered at 7.30pm on Friday 17th July
Minister for Economy Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum will deliver the National Budget address at 7.30pm on Friday 17th July. The parliamentary secretariat has also confirmed that
14 days ago

Man charged with rape claims he was told to pay $4000 and his file would disappear
The lawyer for a man charged with allegedly raping and sexually assaulting his stepdaughter in Samabula told the High Court today that his client had received a phone cal
14 days ago
PM calls on students to love one another as Year 12 & 13 return to school tomorrow
Work hard, study hard, and love one another. This is the message from Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama to Year 12 and 13 students returning to school tomorrow. Whi
14 days ago
There is the option of increasing fines to stop littering - Wycliffe
The Permanent Secretary for Environment Joshua Wycliffe says it has been formally raised through the Litter Free Fiji Think Tank by a local government representative that
14 days ago

13,000+ teachers back in school today while some still on their way
Education Minister Rosy Akbar has confirmed that a total of 13,364 teachers are today back in school after three months to prepare for the return of Year 12 and 13 studen
14 days ago
High Court Judge does not accept guilty plea of alleged murderer
High Court Judge Justice Daniel Goundar has decided not to accept the guilty plea of a man who allegedly murdered his wife. The alleged incident happened in Nasinu on
14 days ago
Cause of Lautoka house fire yet to be determined
There is yet to be a determination on the cause of the fire that destroyed a house in Lautoka on Saturday night. Investigations by Police and the NFA are ongoing. T
14 days ago

India opens one of the world’s largest hospitals to fight COVID-19
India has opened one of the largest hospitals in the world to help fight COVID-19 as health authorities announced the country's biggest one-day increase in the number of
14 days ago
Man who allegedly assaulted pregnant sister found but yet to be questioned
Police have managed to locate the man who allegedly assaulted and struck his pregnant sister with an iron rod following a heated argument about their compound in Nabua on
14 days ago
Two Lautoka women returning from grog session during curfew hours arrested
Two women have been arrested for breach of curfew after they were found walking along Saweni in Lautoka last night, returning from drinking grog at a friend's place. A
14 days ago

Man charged for allegedly stabbing defacto partner
The 26-year-old man who allegedly stabbed his defacto partner several times in Nadi following a heated argument has been charged with one count of Act with Intent to Caus
14 days ago
More than 10 million COVID-19 cases globally
The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases around the world has passed the milestone of 10 million, according to Johns Hopkins University in the US. The virus emerged in C
14 days ago

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