Monthly Archives: July 2016

PM receives more donations for Rehabilitation Fund

PM receives more donations for Rehabilitation Fund

A donation of $87, 578 from the Fijian community in Honiara has been donated to the Prime Minister’s National Disaster Relief and Rehabilitation Fund. Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama thanked the Fijian community for helping affected Fijians rebuild from the devastation ...

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Villagers concerned about non – supply of building materials

Villagers concerned about non – supply of building materials

Some villagers in Ra are concerned about the non-supply of building materials under the Help for Homes Initiative despite paying for the material through government cards after Tropical Cyclone Winston. Assistant village headman of Matawailevu Nalawa, Ra, Saula Lalagavesi said ...

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Health Ministry urges Fijians to be screened for NCD

Health Ministry urges Fijians to be screened for NCD

The Ministry of Health is urging all Fijians, 30-years-old and over to be screened for Non-Communicable Diseases at any of their health facilities. NCD National Adviser Dr Isimeli Tukana said that people need to visit these health centers and hospital ...

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Schools stopped from participating in Crest Cool Stuff for Schools

Schools stopped from participating in Crest Cool Stuff for Schools

Schools that are currently engaged in the popular ‘Crest Cool Stuff for Schools’ competition initiated by Food manufacturers Goodman Fielder have been advised that all registered schools with the Ministry of Education are to immediately stop participating in this competition. ...

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UNFPA marks World Population Day

UNFPA marks World Population Day

To mark world Population Day, students and various stakeholders held discussions today on the theme investing in teenage girls. Organized by the United Nations Population Fund, the theme was chosen as teenage girls in the Pacific Island countries face greater ...

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Police Commissioner orders investigation into alleged brutality

Police Commissioner orders investigation into alleged brutality

Police Commissioner Brigadier-General Sitiveni Qiliho has ordered a thorough investigation into the alleged abuse of marijuana cultivators in the Navosa highlands. Photos emerged on social media this afternoon of what appears to be abused cultivators with officers during the joint ...

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Independent auditor to investigate FHL subsidiary

Independent auditor to investigate FHL subsidiary

An investigation is now being carried out by an international audit firm into how a $6m loan was approved by one of Fijian Holdings Limited subsidiaries. Fiji One News understands the subsidiary in question is Merchant Finance. Fijian Holdings Limited ...

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Sugar Bills could further impair industry

Sugar Bills could further impair industry

The National Federation Party says it would be fool hardy for government to insist on taking the the two sugar industry bills to parliament. The Sugar Cane Industry Bill and the Sugarcane Growers Fund Amendment Bill, the party says are ...

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