- Bainimarama At Donor’s Meet For COP23 Build-up Permanent Secretary Yogesh Karan, Fijian Ambassador to US Solo Mara join PM. Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama [...]
The National Disaster Controller and Permanent Secretary for National Disaster Management, Mr. Meleti Bainimarama, has advised the public to take extreme caution and regularly check for updates on Tropical Disturbance
The Ministry of Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation opened Fiji’s first Biennial General Assembly of Older Persons in Suva today to spread awareness in addressing development aspects for the aged.
The Fijiana XV are going to take whatever they have learned so far and put it into use against Japan in their clash at King’s Park in Hong Kong today.
The Fiji Football Association (Fiji FA) is expecting a tough competition in the Vodafone Youth League final playoffs which kicks- off tomorrow at the Fiji FA Academy ground in Suva.
A 23-year-old man charged for a count each of criminal intimidation, indecently annoying a person and damaging property will be sentenced today. Rohit Sami pleaded guilty for demanding money
A United States Major League Soccer (MLS) football player could play for Rewa in the Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) Champions League in March, next year. Rewa Football Association president Nazeel
The Rewa Youth side are confident of winning the Vodafone Youth League final playoffs which gets underway tomorrow at the Fiji Football Academy ground in Suva. The Baby Delta Tigers
Kunaseelan Sabaratnam, the retail and marketing director of Carpenters Fiji Limited, yesterday further indicated the conglomerate’s plans to expand in Suva. At the nine years anniversary of the group’s flagship
Three people spent their long weekend at Savusavu Police Station following an arrests during a drug operation. Police spokesperson Ana Naisoro said the three men continued to be questioned.
The $4.5million S.B Khan mall at Jaduram Street in Labasa opened yesterday. The first three storey mall to have a
The Fiji Football Association (Fiji FA) is disappointed with districts that failed to field their clubs in the Vodafone National
Fiji still has a long way to go to reach its full potential in the utilisation of its natural resources.
The FijiFirst Government’s policies on education which have led to inclusiveness have been commended by United Nations special rapporteur on
Around $10,000 was allegedly stolen by two armed, masked men on Sunday evening at the Sunita’s Service Station in
New owners Market Dickie Bird flew in with word that a prominent Savusavu hotel close to town is now under
Faith can be a powerful, ever-present force in our lives. And it is incumbent on us all to use
Press FC have won their first ever Vodafone National Club Championship title after beating Bureta FC 4-2 on penalty kicks
Chandra Prakash Singh is our November Winner The November letter of the month winner has a passion to serve the
It was a nine-year birthday bash like no other. Branded as The Meeting Point, Morris Hedstrom City Centre (MHCC), yesterday lived
To achieve true inclusion of the Pacific Island States in the International Civil Aviation (ICAO) will be formally expressing its
A grandfather of Ba was yesterday brought before a special court sitting in Tavua over the alleged rape of
Nushad Ali from Nasinu has been serving Allah his entire life and enjoys conversations about spiritual growth. The 54-year-old
Paradise Beverages has taken its first major step into the Chinese market after signing an 18 month distribution agreement with
Passion for the work you do is a driving factor behind success. This rings true for Neelesh Kumar, 40, who
Shakirah Saifuddeen Sam, wearing her hijab and jilbab, happily celebrated Prophet Muhammed’s birthday at the FMF National Gymnasium yesterday
The Vodafone Fijian 7s team have finished fifth at the Cape Town Sevens. Captain Osea Kolinisau said this was because
Airports Fiji Limited is working on developments which would enable Fiji Link’s ATR72-600 planes to land in Rotuma by the
We will not accept Tuvaluans displaced because of climate change to be labeled as ‘refugees’. Tuvaluan Prime Minister Enele