- 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 Bible Society of the South Pacific yesterday launched its 50th anniversary celebrations, . Executive secretary Reverend Apenisa Lewatoro said: “Today is a very important and joyous moment for
Increase in taxes on tobacco products has led to a demand for illicit tobacco. This was highlighted by the head of the Oceania Customs Organisation Secretariat (OCO) secretariat Seve
Emergency admissions and clinics will not be affected following the temporary suspension of services of Lancaster Ward and gynaecology clinic at CWM Hospital. This is after a water pipe burst
An American medical team, South Pacific Chiropractic Clinic Abroad (SPCCA) will arrive on Saturday to provide free health care services to the public. SPCCA is a newly formed non-profit
Young people are key to realising the call by the Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama for a collective action to save our oceans and sea. Ministry of Foreign Affairs, manager
Fijian-born lawyer Farah Khan, 34, who is based in Auckland, has found her niche in life. After spending 11 years dealing with the legal affairs of the migrant community she
The Holi Festival or the festival of colours continues to be celebrated. Taialofa Petrini, her husband Kevin and their three children celebrated their first Holi Festival yesterday with friends at
Connecting to the internet has been made easier for CWM Hospital patients, staff members and visitors. A Memorandum of Understanding was signed between the Ministry of Health and Medical Services
Man up and get tested! That is the message to all men by the Ministry of Health as they advocate on the importance of getting tested for prostate cancer. Permanent
‘Prostate cancer must be taken seriously as it poses real threats to the livelihoods of our men, women, children and
Putting out a fire can be as easy as throwing a ball! All it takes is for someone to throw
The Ministry of Youth and Sports continues its pursuit to protect the environment by planting mangroves in various parts
A warehouse belonging to Ocean Bountiful Limited in Wailada, Lami, was partially destroyed yesterday in a fire. According to the National
Students of Mahatma Gandhi Memorial (MGM) High School yesterday celebrated Holi with powder and cheer, marking the festival of
A friendship garden and landmark building will also be constructed at the foreshore ground funded by the Guangdong province of
A 15-year-old girl who was alleged to have been raped by a group of boys in Naitasiri is now residing
Drivers, don’t be surprised if you get pulled over by a female Police officer on a bike! Yes, that’s right.
Methodist churches around the country yesterday celebrated the first fruits service – a practice that dates back to Biblical times.
Several families in Cuvu, Nadroga, have been affected after two outboard engines were allegedly stolen in January. The
Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre co-ordinator Shamima Ali is once again urging people to report rape cases. “We have always
Asenaca Delaibatiki Ramasima yesterday wished her father was alive to see her graduate from Brigham Young University, Laie, Hawaii. Fourteen
The residents of Kia Street in Raiwaqa have formed a youth group to occupy themselves in constructive pursuits and avoid
Former Minister for Education, Filipe Bole, 81, was honoured with Companion of the Order of Fiji (CF) medal on Friday.
Bhaichand Patel travelled all the way from India to receive his Member of the Order of Fiji (MF) medal on
Hindus around the country celebrated Maha Shivaratri yesterday. This Hindu festival is celebrated annually in honour of the Lord Shiva.
Twelve Fiji Corrections Officers were awarded yesterday for the bravery they showed in 2000 when they stood their ground to
Kinisimere Babasiga risked her own life to save a physically-challenged mother and her three-year-old daughter at the height of