- RFMF Concerned By Methodist TalkThe Republic of Fiji Military Forces (RFMF) says it is concerned that recent statements by [...]
EDITORIAL: It’s a time to look at people, people. And to start thinking about whether they are the type of people you want to represent you in Parliament. Recently, for
SODELPA Leader Sitiveni Rabuka has raised eyebrows in the party with his response to Pio Tikoduadua’s defection to the National Federation Party. Mr Rabuka said yesterday while he respected Mr
The political dynamics have shifted up one gear as the buildup for the 2018 General Election intensifies. The following recent events tell us that the major political parties have upped
A former health minister, Dr Neil Sharma, is likely to join the National Federation Party. When contacted yesterday, Dr Sharma, who now runs a private practice in Suva, said he
Former Minister for Immigration, National Security and Defence, Timoci Natuva, has quashed rumours that he will be joining another political party. He said he had accepted his family’s request to
Prasad’s view Narayan Reddy, Lautoka The National Federation Party (NFP) leader is promising people that he will reopen the Penang sugar mill in Rakiraki if his party forms the next
National Federation Party vice-president Parmod Chand says he has big shoes to fill as the newest Member of Parliament. He was sworn in as an MP yesterday. Mr Chand replaced
The National Federation Party has rejected a Fiji Sun report that with it overtly engaged in talks for “co-operation” with other opposition parties, Roko Tupou Draunidalo’s resignation (in retrospect) was
The Government will continue to tackle problems faced by Fijians while Opposition play politics, says Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama.
The National Federation Party will turn to its supporters to help fund its election campaign for the 2018 General Election.
ANALYSIS:The National Federation Party’s junior partner role in the Opposition is likely to come up for review after recent political
Roko Tupou Draunidalo has been linked to a proposed new political party, close associates say. It comes amidst continuing fragmentation
National Federation Party leader Biman Prasad says he is looking forward to making contributions at the 25th Asia-Pacific Parliamentary Forum.
The hearing date of a challenge by the National Federation Party to a suspension by the Supervisor of Elections was
32 Parliamentarians voted in favour of an increase in their allowances. 9 did not vote and 2 voted against it.
The High Court in Lautoka has found National Federation Party member of Parliament Prem Singh to have breached the Political
Fine sounding have been spoken by National Federation Party president Roko Tupou Draunidalo when she made an impassionate speech about
The suspension from Parliament of National Federation Party president Roko Tupou Draunidalo will be on top of the agenda in
A grand coalition of all Opposition parties is being touted as the only way they can topple the Bainimarama Government. The
Sugar has emerged as a big item for political debate for parties whose origin can be traced back to the
Aschism between SODELPA and the National Federation Party has widened over the Public Accounts Committee row. It came out into
Let’s listen to the people was the call from the Opposition in Parliament yesterday. They sounded as if thousands of
The registrar has accepted the audited accounts produced by the party The National Federation Party (NFP) will be back
Police and security officers will not allow the three suspended National Federation Party Members of Parliament to enter the Parliament
Accounting firm APNR Partners is seeking legal advice on the controversies over its role in the audited accounts of the
The Fijian Elections Office is investigating whether the suspended National Federation Party held a press conference while announcing its suspension
The accounting firm – APNR – in the centre of the now suspended National Federation Party’s (NFP) accounts had earlier
Three MPs of the suspended National Federation Party are likely to miss this year’s first sitting of Parliament next Monday.