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Ministry Gives $100K For Beggars Rehab Centre
NATION

Ministry Gives $100K For Beggars Rehab Centre

The Ministry of Social Welfare, Women and Poverty Alleviation is anticipating the completion of the rehabilitation c...

Japan Backs  Fiji Poll And Parliament
NEWS

Japan Backs Fiji Poll And Parliament

Japan’s support for Fiji’s return to democracy will go beyond the September 17 elections. This was confirmed by ...

PM Opens Dreketi Water Project
SUNCITY

PM Opens Dreketi Water Project

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama thanked the acting Commissioner Northern and the heads of the department in the No...

Fiji Red Cross Ready To Help
SUNCITY

Fiji Red Cross Ready To Help

The Fiji Red Cross Society is ready to help Government provide water to areas badly affected by the dry weather curr...

Bau  College Takes Shape
SUNCITY

Bau College Takes Shape

Work has started on the construction of  Bau College at Mokani, Tailevu. Phase One started yesterday and was witnes...

3 New Centres For West
SUNCITY

3 New Centres For West

Three women’s resource centres are expected to open soon in the Western Division. Minister for Social Welfare, Wom...

Singing Amid The Chaos In Iraq
NATION

Singing Amid The Chaos In Iraq

The United Nations compound in Irbil, Iraq, is an austere environment of asphalt, cement and blast walls, peppered w...

Focus On Studies
SUNCITY

Focus On Studies

Eight lucky students who received scholarships to study in India under the Indian High Commission’s Indian Council...

Qoliqoli Bill Is Racist:  PM
NEWS

Qoliqoli Bill Is Racist: PM

The Qoliqoli Bill, which is now part of the Social Democratic Liberial Party (SODELPA) campaign, has been described ...

‘Rabuka’s comments irresponsible’
NEWS

‘Rabuka’s comments irresponsible’

The Commander of the Republic of Fiji Military Forces (RFMF), Brigadier-General Mosese Tikoitoga has condemned Sitiv...

Group Aims To Improve Quality Of Elections
NEWS

Group Aims To Improve Quality Of Elections

The Multinational Observer Group (MOG) is working towards improving the quality of the election process. Election ob...

Operation Beggar Beat Completed
NATION

Operation Beggar Beat Completed

The Department of Social Welfare’s recent beggar profiling exercise done during the Vodafone Hibiscus Festival con...

Remember Our Men: Thomson
NATION

Remember Our Men: Thomson

Fiji’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Peter Thomson, opened the latest session of the executive b...

Race On To Fix Roads
SUNBIZ

Race On To Fix Roads

As the next wet season approaches, Fiji Roads Authority (FRA) work is moving as fast as it can to get the roading ne...

Teachers Assess Own Performance
SUNCITY

Teachers Assess Own Performance

Education is a vital tool for sustainable livelihood and we will continue to improve the quality of education ensuri...

Development Pathways For Visari Women
SUNCITY

Development Pathways For Visari Women

New development projects are being explored by the Bainimarama Government to economically empower a multicultural gr...

Ministry: No Change In Fees
NATION

Ministry: No Change In Fees

The Ministry of Works, Transport and Public Utilities have clarified registration fees for vessels remain unchanged ...

Ebola Threat ‘Low In Fiji’
NATION

Ebola Threat ‘Low In Fiji’

The Ministry of Health has confirmed that the risk of Ebola disease in Fiji is currently very low. The ministry’s ...

Ministry Sticks With 12-Year Continuous  Education
NATION

Ministry Sticks With 12-Year Continuous Education

During political campaign meetings some parents have called on the Government to look at bringing back the external ...

Thousands Pray For 45
NEWS

Thousands Pray For 45

Thousands of followers of the Fiji Sevashram Sangha last night prayed for the safe return of our 45 Golan peacekeepe...

Stamp Duty For Residential Tenants Reduced
SUNBIZ

Stamp Duty For Residential Tenants Reduced

Effective August 30, amendments have been made to the Stamp Duties Decree by Government which sees a reduction in th...

Rubbish Bins For More Than 13,000 Ratepayers
SUNCITY

Rubbish Bins For More Than 13,000 Ratepayers

The Attorney-General and Minister for Local Government, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum handed over rubbish bins to 13,000 ratep...

Ratepayers Owe Nasinu $7.5 Million
SUNCITY

Ratepayers Owe Nasinu $7.5 Million

Nasinu is the most populous municipality in Fiji with 87,446 residents; yet the Nasinu Town Council is pleading with...

Kiribati, Fiji Establish Police Relations
NATION

Kiribati, Fiji Establish Police Relations

The Kiribati Police Service says that choosing Fiji as the first to establish relations with was the best decision, ...

$9.4m Bridge Grant
SUNBIZ

$9.4m Bridge Grant

The Bainimarama Government yesterday signed a $9.4 million grant agreement with the Fiji Roads Authority and Denarau...

Narara Family Thanks PRB
SUNCITY

Narara Family Thanks PRB

The opening of the new Raiwai Public Rental Board housing meant a lot to the Narara family who has been renting for ...

Sleepless Nights For Only Child
NEWS

Sleepless Nights For Only Child

Paulini Cavubati cries every night since her dad and 44 other Fijian United Nations peacekeepers were detained by Sy...

Parties Plan To Preserve Fijian Culture, Arts Alive
NEWS

Parties Plan To Preserve Fijian Culture, Arts Alive

Fiji has a rich and diverse cultural heritage. But to keep it alive, it needs to be preserved. Our culture and tradi...

Yarrow Opens New Look Service Centre
NATION, NEWS

Yarrow Opens New Look Service Centre

The refurbished Government Service Centre in the heart of Suva City   was commissioned by the chairman of the Nati...

Bakery To Boost Students
NATION

Bakery To Boost Students

Wainimala community urged to make use of Government’s investment. Students and the greater Wainimala community are...

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