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A group from the Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption (FICAC) this week toured islands in southern Lau. The group is part of Commissioner Eastern, Jovesa Vocea’s delegation to the islands.
The Ministry for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation has appointed a social welfare officer to be based in Levuka. This is the first establishment of a social welfare office in
The people of Rotuma had more than one reason to celebrate Rotuma Day on Wednesday. For the first time, a Government roadshow was held simultaneously on the island. Kafoa Inia
A couple who run a virgin coconut oil (VCO) and soap making business on Cicia Island in the northern Lau Group have expressed relief after being assured of Government assistance
Chiefs and the people of Lakeba say they are starting to see improvements once the running of their pine development company was handed to them last year. Previously it was
It is difficult to establish primary schools on virtually every inhabited island in the Lau Group because of the number of small islands in the province. Lau provincial administrator Eliki
Plans are in place to identify income generating resources to replace the cultivation of marijuana. The recent drug raids conducted by the Fiji Police Force saw more than 2200 marijuana
More than a thousand students and families marched through the old capital, Levuka to celebrate 44 years of independence yesterday. As Fijians across the country and the world celebrate Fiji
A delegation from United States-based Bumble Bee Foods was at Pacific Fishing Company Limited recently to see how they can improve its software information system to manage information sharing. This
A flat at the Levuka Police barracks on Ovalau was destroyed by fire yesterday morning. Chief executive officer of the
The Ministry of Health is working closely with a multi-agency group to help prevent the Ebola virus from entering Fiji.
Oneata District School this week will receive a new boat and its outboard engine to help students attend school. The
Pacific Fishing Company Limited has made a recovery posting profit before tax of $1.9 million after three years of operating
The Prime Minister clarified to those at Vanuakula Village in Ra the claim by One Fiji Party on the new
An application for bail variation for Benjamin Padarath was yesterday refused by the Suva Magistrates Court. In the application for
Teams from the Fijian Elections Office left the Marine Jetty bound for the Lau Group yesterday. These teams have been
The Fiji United Freedom Party (FUFP) highlighted the rural emphasis of its manifesto by launching it in a village yesterday.
Suva Bowling Club received a timely financial boost yesterday ahead of their annual Suva businesshouse competition which starts on Thursday.
Namaqumaqua Village in Serua province is one of the 55 communities to be equipped with skills and information on sexual