Monthly Archives: October 2016

Assessors find ex-cop not guilty

Assessors find ex-cop not guilty

The assessors in the case of an ex-police officer has found him not guilty on the charge of rape. The officer was alleged to have raped an underage girl last year whilst being posted to the victims community police post. ...

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Letter writer to challenge caution interview

Letter writer to challenge caution interview

Fiji Times letter writer Josaia Waqabaca has today through his lawyer indicated he will be challenging his admissible caution interview. Waqabaca, Anare Ravula, Fred Wesley, Hank Arts, and the Fiji Times Ltd is alleged to have made, or caused to ...

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Businessman and former FRCA worker pleads not guilty

Businessman and former FRCA worker pleads not guilty

The former National Manager Border for the Fiji Revenue and Customs Authority and an Afgani Businessman pleaded Not Guilty to bribery related charges at the Suva High Court today. Abdul Shakeb pleaded Not Guilty to two counts of Bribery of ...

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Kilaiverata Guilty: Assessors

Kilaiverata Guilty: Assessors

All three assessors in the case of Usaia Kilaiverata who faces a charge of Murder has found him Guilty. Kilaiverata is alleged to have murdered his partner Losana McGowan last year in the early hours of Easter Saturday. Justice Priyantha ...

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Education Minister takes a swipe at local media

Education Minister takes a swipe at local media

The Minister for Education has hit out at the local media today. Dr Mahendra Reddy has recently made headlines in the media following various announcements on education policy changes. While speaking as Chief Guest in a boat handover to Yasana-i-Ra ...

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Indian government donates vegetable seeds

Indian government donates vegetable seeds

Affected farmers will soon be distributed vegetable seeds. Five tonnes of vegetable seeds valued at $2. 3 million FJD has been provided by the Government of India. Minister for Agriculture Inia Seruiratu  said the seeds were requested by the Fijian ...

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Major bridges to undergo maintenance

Major bridges to undergo maintenance

Fiji Roads Authority has confirmed three major bridges will undergo maintenance next week. This includes the Koronivia Bridge, Visama Bridge and the Viria Bridge. FRA Chief Executive Officer John Hutchinson, says these bridges are all located on the outskirts of ...

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Taxman to scrutinise landlords for compliance

Taxman to scrutinise landlords for compliance

The taxman will embark on a campaign next month targeting Residential Rental Operators for tax compliance purposes. This is to verify whether the Residential Rental Operators are correctly reporting their total income derived from rental properties. During this period, taxpayers ...

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Sluggish growth to impact economic outlook

Sluggish growth to impact economic outlook

The Central Bank says some sectors in the economy continue to show sluggish growth. Governor Barry Whiteside says “while the economy is on track to achieve its seventh consecutive year of positive growth in 2016 following a 3.6 percent expansion ...

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Weightlifting Team wins more medals

Weightlifting Team wins more medals

Fiji Weightlifting Team to the Commonwealth Championship in Malaysia continues to raise the bar. The weightlifters has won more medals for Fiji. Veteran Manueli Tulo and young Ulina Sagone both won Bronze Medals. Ulina won 2 Bronze Medals, 1 in ...

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