- 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 [...]
Four people have lost their lives on our roads over the last two days. This brings the number of people who died in road accidents to 54 so far this
ANALYSIS:Australian Howard Bamsey, newly appointed executive director of the Green Climate Fund (GCF), yesterday briefed Government in Suva on COP23. He travelled to Suva on Government’s invitation as its preparation
Seven men will be produced at the Nadi Magistrates Court this afternoon charged with offences related to their alleged involvement in separate cases of robberies in the past few weeks.
Bank of Baroda staff members gathered at the Suva Branch for their Christmas get together and were applauded for their contribution. Speaking at the event, Territory office chief executive of
National Farmers Union president Surendra Lal said continuous rain can affect the germination process of sugarcane. He said according to their ongoing inspection on the recent bad weather condition, the
The Tourism Action Group on Wednesday handed a cheque of $200,000 towards the Prime Minister’s Relief Fund. This is as opposed to the report by the Fiji Sun yesterday which
Westpac Fiji has announced the appointment of Ross Crighton as its Senior Relationship Manager – Tourism and Corporate Banking, based in Nadi. Before taking on this role, Mr Crighton was
Olympic gold medal winners Vatemo Ravouvou and Samisoni Viriviri needs to spend time with their families during the festive season.
Prioritising patient care is one of the key components to improve the quality of health services in Fiji, says the
A $30,000 carpentry workshop for students of the Sigatoka Special School early this month has been hailed a success.
The saying that there is no substitute for the hard work has proven true for the supervisor of the mechanical
Minister for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation, Mereseini Vuniwaqa on Wednesday urged parents to be vigilant during disasters on the
Sitiveni Rabuka has clarified that it’s co-operation and not coalition with other parties that SODELPA wants. The SODELPA leader made
An 83-year-old widow from Nawi Village in Cakaudrove fears that her home might soon collapse. Flood waters have now left
Interim coach Naca Cawanibuka will continue his service with the team as a strength and condition coach in the next
Members of the public are requested not to be duped by people making promises in exchange for payment especially over
All 37 centres located in Rakiraki only A total of 1200 evacuees are currently taking shelter in the 37
Shree Sanatan Dharm Pratinidhi Sabha Fiji is going to provide assistance for those families in the flood probe areas.
Josateki Savou will coach the Fijian Barbarian 7s team to the Sudamerica Rugby Sevens tournament in Argentina on January 6-7
Plans for a big Christmas celebration for the Kumar family in Lovu, Lautoka, were burnt to ashes after a
Both Queens Road and Kings Road is open to all traffic. Vunidawa Bridge in Naqali is now OPEN Kasavu Landslide,
Apenisa Saukuru aims to help, guide and educate our referees and lift the standard of beach volleyball in Fiji. The
Marist Rugby Club aims to discuss with the Fiji Rugby Union the possibility of using the 41st Fijian Bitter Marist
Close to 2000 people from settlements near the Penang Mill in Rakiraki will have a quicker access to town
It was a proud moment for Chief of Operations Assistant Commissioner of Police, Rusiate Tudravu when he graduated on
The total sponsorship for the 41st Fiji Bitter Marist Sevens tournament has increased to $55,000 next year. Compared to $35,000