Jyoti Pratibha

Analysis: When is a Fact, Fact?
Analysis, Opinion

Analysis: When is a Fact, Fact?

SODELPA former general secretary and now a possible candidate who will be standing under the main Opposition party b...

Analysis: Nawaikula’s Rant On Water Authority A Load Of Hogwash
NEWS

Analysis: Nawaikula’s Rant On Water Authority A Load Of Hogwash

SODELPA Member of Parlia­ment and lawyer Niko Nawai­kula is desperately clutching at straws when he wrote a length...

Board Unearths WAF Scams
NEWS

Board Unearths WAF Scams

Major irregularities that cost hundreds of thousands of dollars have been highlighted in the operations of the Water...

Analysis: Pay Up Your Taxes
NEWS

Analysis: Pay Up Your Taxes

Some companies in Fiji have been fined heavily for evading and avoiding tax. This has not been a deterrent, it seems...

Editorial: Fighting The Plastic, Littering Menace
Sunvoice

Editorial: Fighting The Plastic, Littering Menace

How can we say that flooding is because of poor drainage systems when we are unable to do the basics and keep our dr...

Analysis: Correcting The Ills Of The Past, Giving Nausori Landowners Their Dues
NEWS

Analysis: Correcting The Ills Of The Past, Giving Nausori Landowners Their Dues

It is a great step that the FijiFirst Government has decided that these landowning units need to be paid the fair am...

Report: DPP Will Only Appeal Acquittal Of Fiji Times, Arts And Waqabaca
NEWS

Report: DPP Will Only Appeal Acquittal Of Fiji Times, Arts And Waqabaca

DPP Christopher Pryde confirmed that there were four grounds of their appeal which they have already filed, awaiting...

MICK PAID OUT
NEWS

MICK PAID OUT

The Parliament of Fiji has paid out former Opposition Leader Mick Beddoes mon­ey he claimed was owed to him after t...

EDITORIAL: Laws Have Changed For The Better
Sunvoice

EDITORIAL: Laws Have Changed For The Better

Repealing the Probation of Offenders Act which was passed in the 1950s and replacing it with the Community-Based Cor...

ANALYSIS: First Came The Muslims And Itaukei Land, And Now Fake Accounts Focus On ‘Indians
NEWS

ANALYSIS: First Came The Muslims And Itaukei Land, And Now Fake Accounts Focus On ‘Indians

There has been a decrease in hate towards the Muslim community on social media. There is a decrease in misinfor­mat...

MSAF Four Lose Jobs
NEWS

MSAF Four Lose Jobs

Four top staff members of the Maritime Safety Authority of Fiji had their contracts termi­nated yesterday afternoon...

EXPOSED: Latest Fake News Lies and Those Helping Spread Them
NEWS

EXPOSED: Latest Fake News Lies and Those Helping Spread Them

The latest wave of fake news viral on Facebook right now is how Fiji Revenue and Cus­toms Services (FRCS) officers ...

Government Spends  $4.7m In Big Land Buyback
NATION

Government Spends $4.7m In Big Land Buyback

Twenty-six parcels of freehold land have been bought and given back to various land­owning units who owned it prior...

Analysis: Keeping Online Safety Real
NEWS

Analysis: Keeping Online Safety Real

Australia introduced an En­hancing Online Safety Act in 2015. In 2017 they amend­ed it to further enhance safety o...

A-G Outlines Progress and Work in Loans, Education, Health and Waterworks
NEWS

A-G Outlines Progress and Work in Loans, Education, Health and Waterworks

A new 200 bed maternity unit will be built at the Colonial War Memorial (CWM) Hos­pital. Attorney-General Aiyaz Say...

Analysis: 2135 Persons Helped Through ‘First Hour Procedure’
NEWS

Analysis: 2135 Persons Helped Through ‘First Hour Procedure’

This is part two of a two-part seriesabout the Legal Aid Commission. For the first time in Fiji’s his­tory, the F...

Editorial: MPS Have Moral Obligation To Maintain High Standard Of Debate
Sunvoice

Editorial: MPS Have Moral Obligation To Maintain High Standard Of Debate

The Fijian people deserve better than the level of debate and contribution from the Opposi­tion side as witnessed d...

Analysis: ‘Land Lies’ Exposed
NEWS

Analysis: ‘Land Lies’ Exposed

SODELPA MP DULAKIVERATA CAUGHT OUT BY ACTING PM CLAIM: Any iTaukei land can be used by the Government and put in Lan...

Immersion Of Ashes Back In 1992 Was A ‘Touchy Issue’: Ratu Naiqama
NATION

Immersion Of Ashes Back In 1992 Was A ‘Touchy Issue’: Ratu Naiqama

Hindus were not given a dedicated site to respectfully do immersion of ashes of their loved ones back in 1992 becaus...

Charges Likely For People Who Abuse CARE For Fiji
NATION

Charges Likely For People Who Abuse CARE For Fiji

Charges will soon be laid against some people who falsified their details to get Government assistance under the CAR...

Opposition’s Take On Online Safety Bill Is A Mockery
NEWS

Opposition’s Take On Online Safety Bill Is A Mockery

And no Semesa Karavaki, this Act will not encourage people to partake in immoral activities. This suggestion is laug...

We Owe You One! NFA Officers Rise To The Occasion In Rescue Mission
Sunvoice

We Owe You One! NFA Officers Rise To The Occasion In Rescue Mission

Let’s take a moment to acknowledge the brave men and women who work for the National Fire Authority. When the enti...

Vote2018: Know Your Political Parties: Let’s Talk About Their Issues
#Vote2018, NEWS

Vote2018: Know Your Political Parties: Let’s Talk About Their Issues

As we start the lead up to 2018 General Election, we bring to you the seven political parties registered with the Re...

Police Round Up Suspects For Western Union Robbery
NATION

Police Round Up Suspects For Western Union Robbery

Police are in the process of eliminating suspects to identify two men who took part in a daring daylight robbery on ...

Government to Fund Gas Crematorium
NATION

Government to Fund Gas Crematorium

The new crematorium will benefit thousands of Hindus, reduce carbon emissions and stop the cutting down of mangroves...

Minimum Wage Issue Not a Political Ploy, Says Acting PM
NATION

Minimum Wage Issue Not a Political Ploy, Says Acting PM

People will end up losing jobs if there is an unreasonable increase in the minimum wage rate, says Acting Prime Min...

Rubbish bins at centre of debate
NATION

Rubbish bins at centre of debate

SODELPA Member of Parliament Sa­lote Radrodro was yesterday remind­ed that she was one of those who op­posed the ...

Commission to Make First Accident Pay Out Soon
NATION

Commission to Make First Accident Pay Out Soon

The family of a child who lost his life in a road accident in February will soon be given a compensation pay-out fro...

Consistent, Sufficient Supply Of Tuna Remains A Challenge
NATION

Consistent, Sufficient Supply Of Tuna Remains A Challenge

Relevant stakeholders are encouraged to pursue all avenues to assist PAFCO Upon scrutiny of the Pacific Fishing Comp...

Applause For Reserve Bank Amid Cyclone Winston
NATION

Applause For Reserve Bank Amid Cyclone Winston

Foreign reserves stood at $1.982 billion in July 2016. As at July 2016, our foreign reserves stood at $1.982 billion...

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