Tropical Cyclone Harold

Let’s Go Local: Nakelo Treasure Island Resort Reopens On June 1
SUNBIZ

Let’s Go Local: Nakelo Treasure Island Resort Reopens On June 1

And, in what will be a first for the resort, it will introduce local rates, said resort general manager Jim Saukuru.

PM Wraps Up Tour In Lau Handing Over Portable Sawmill
NATION

PM Wraps Up Tour In Lau Handing Over Portable Sawmill

Mr Bainimarama is said to have brought excitement to the villagers as he had arrived with relief supplies. Here, he ...

Business Normalises For Top Navua Crop Exporter
SUNBIZ

Business Normalises For Top Navua Crop Exporter

Almost 200 employees of Ben’s Trading Limited have returned to work. Managing director Peni Moi said he allowed th...

Traditional Lau Still A Big Challenge For PM Bainimarama And FijiFirst
Analysis, Politics

Traditional Lau Still A Big Challenge For PM Bainimarama And FijiFirst

Now many of these islanders may not have voted for him nor his party, FijiFirst, in 2014 and 2018. But he feels mora...

PM Leaving To Tour Southern Lau, Kadavu
NATION

PM Leaving To Tour Southern Lau, Kadavu

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama will leave this afternoon on his week-long tour of Southern Lau and Kadavu inspect...

Big Help Here For Cyclone Hit Children, Families In Fiji And Vanuatu
NEWS

Big Help Here For Cyclone Hit Children, Families In Fiji And Vanuatu

Cyclone hit children and their families in Fiji and Vanuatu are now being helped thanks to co-operation between UNIC...

Lauta Trades Cupcakes For Groceries To Help Kadavu Islanders
NATION

Lauta Trades Cupcakes For Groceries To Help Kadavu Islanders

Cup cakes for groceries: that is the deal Vasenai Lauta, 41, has come up with to help villagers of Matanuku Village ...

BSP Donates $50k To TC Harold Rehabilitation
SUNBIZ

BSP Donates $50k To TC Harold Rehabilitation

The Bank of South Pacific, BSP, yesterday handed over a donation of $50,000 to the Prime Minister’s Disaster Relie...

COVID-19: Some Restrictions To Be Relaxed Starting Tonight
NATION

COVID-19: Some Restrictions To Be Relaxed Starting Tonight

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama made these announcements yesterday, after calling this weekend ‘Our Weekend of R...

Akbar Visits Tailevu Schools Affected By Cyclone Harold
NATION

Akbar Visits Tailevu Schools Affected By Cyclone Harold

She visited Tailevu North College, Namalata District School and Queen Victoria School.

Mick’s Fiji Assists Vatulele Villagers Affected By TC Harold
NEWS

Mick’s Fiji Assists Vatulele Villagers Affected By TC Harold

Mr Nawaqa and his team donated food items like flour, cooking oil, rice, sugar, canned foods and other items that we...

Westpac Commits $70,000 To Support Cyclone Harold Recovery
NATION

Westpac Commits $70,000 To Support Cyclone Harold Recovery

Westpac has announced it will commit AU$50,000 (FJ$72,342.54) to the Fiji Red Cross to support people and communitie...

Faith-Based Organisations Help Families In Need
NATION

Faith-Based Organisations Help Families In Need

Two faith-based organisations have reached out to assist families in their time of need, particularly those sufferin...

Our Vuvale Partnership Brings Relief
NATION

Our Vuvale Partnership Brings Relief

The Royal New Zealand Air Force and the Royal Australian Air Force air craft arrived in the country yesterday with s...

Police Complete Cyclone Harold Clean-Up In Navua
NATION

Police Complete Cyclone Harold Clean-Up In Navua

A team from the Police Special Response Unit (PSRN) were in Navua on Wednesday finishing their work.

Matuku Island Villagers Struggle To Access Clean Water
NATION

Matuku Island Villagers Struggle To Access Clean Water

Villager Lutu Baivou said they had to resort to drinking young coconut water to quench their thirst after water supp...

All You Need To Know About Fiji National Provident Fund’s Cyclone Harold Withdrawal Scheme
NEWS

All You Need To Know About Fiji National Provident Fund’s Cyclone Harold Withdrawal Scheme

Teams will be deployed on 15th April to inspect and collect applications from members living in areas that have been...

Cyclone Harold: Ministry Assesses Damage At Waidamudamu Informal Settlement
NATION

Cyclone Harold: Ministry Assesses Damage At Waidamudamu Informal Settlement

“Our most urgent priority now is to rebuild, within the Suva lock-down area, to enable families to live in their o...

Red Cross Rolls Out Cyclone $200,000 Relief Assistance
NATION

Red Cross Rolls Out Cyclone $200,000 Relief Assistance

Following its assessment of Kadavu, the most impacted - where 60 per cent of its infrastructure was destroyed - the ...

French Govt. Assists Fiji With Supplies For Families Affected By Cyclone Harold
NATION

French Govt. Assists Fiji With Supplies For Families Affected By Cyclone Harold

French Ambassador to Fiji, His Excellency Jean-François Fitou confirmed that yesterday, a return flight from Noumé...

Families Send Over Clothes And Food For Loved Ones Affected By Cyclone Harold
NATION

Families Send Over Clothes And Food For Loved Ones Affected By Cyclone Harold

Suva resident, Makereta Lesikiburotukula, who is the daughter of Temesia Lesi, a villager of Makadru in Matuku, Lau,...

Cyclone Harold: Island Villagers Tell More On Big Storm
NATION

Cyclone Harold: Island Villagers Tell More On Big Storm

Twenty-eight homes at Yaroi Village in Matuku, Lau, were badly damaged as a result of Tropical Cyclone Harold.

Cyclone Harold: First Fatality Recorded, A 66-Year-Old Man On Kadavu
NEWS

Cyclone Harold: First Fatality Recorded, A 66-Year-Old Man On Kadavu

A 66-year-old man has been confirmed as the first fatality case from severe Tropical Cyclone Harold on the Island of...

Soldiers Clear Debris Along Suva-Nausori Corridor
NATION

Soldiers Clear Debris Along Suva-Nausori Corridor

3FIR assists many including SODELPA MP Niko Nawaikula.

Food Shortage Likely In Kadavu After Tropical Cyclone Harold
NATION

Food Shortage Likely In Kadavu After Tropical Cyclone Harold

Diver turned farmer, Iliesa Cokanasiga said everything on his plantation was gone when he visited his farm yesterday.

Cyclone Harold: ‘Winds Were So Strong It Uprooted The Biggest Trees’
NATION

Cyclone Harold: ‘Winds Were So Strong It Uprooted The Biggest Trees’

The head teacher of a school in Matuku says the winds brought by Tropical Cyclone Harold were so strong it uprooted ...

Tropical Cyclone Harold Injures 26
NATION

Tropical Cyclone Harold Injures 26

As of 3pm yesterday, a total of 197 evacuation centres remained open with 6240 evacuees in the evacuation centres.

‘Storm Must Not Compromise Containment Efforts’: PM
NATION

‘Storm Must Not Compromise Containment Efforts’: PM

Prime Minister thanks disciplined forces and the National Disaster Management Office for working through the heavy w...

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