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FEA working to get electricity for the West

FEA working to get electricity for the West

The Fiji Electricity Authority is exercising all its resources to restore power to roughly 70 percent of its customers in the West. This is after the lightning strike on its transmission line in the interior of the island – causing ...

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Clock ticking for Fiji to ratify interim EPA

Fiji’s has until October 1st to ratify the interim Economic Partnership Agreement with the European Union. This means our sugar industry will cease to enjoy current benefits if Government does not ratify the agreement. Fiji literally has 6 months to ...

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Fiji leading the Pacific in addressing poverty

Fiji leading the Pacific in addressing poverty

Fiji is one of eight countries in the region where 20 percent of the population still live in hardship – meaning they are unable to meet all of their basic needs. But according to a World Bank report, Fiji still ...

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Police to hire special constables for elections

Police to hire special constables for elections

With elections looming special constables will be recruited to work for a three month period. The Fiji Police Force has an Election Action Plan with the options to recruit Special Constables to meet operational needs. Also, another recruitment drive will ...

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6 more police officers bound for Sudan

6 more police officers bound for Sudan

Six Police officers will bid farewell to their families for one year as they answer to the call of duty overseas. The six leave our shores this Saturday under the United Nations Mission in South Sudan. Acting Inspector Aseri Nakibo ...

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Health ministry launches salt awareness week

Health ministry launches salt awareness week

In a concerted effort to combat Non Communicable Diseases, health authorities have launched “Salt Awareness Week”. With NCD’s the major contributor to ill health, stakeholders are hoping to raise awareness to help people change their eating habits. NCD equates to ...

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Copyright Enforcement Unit plans to free towns of piracy

Copyright Enforcement Unit plans to free towns of piracy

The Fiji Intellectual Property Office will soon embark on a mission to make some of our towns free of piracy. And authorities have come up with a practical solution. Its an issue that has plagued the national commercial front. Piracy ...

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Labour ministry looks at offshore fishermen

Labour ministry looks at offshore fishermen

Employers have been urged to be responsible and comply with the law. This follows the payment of outstanding wages to two sea man workers by the Labour Ministry yesterday. Labour Minister Jone Usamate says the ministry paid the out a ...

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PM Bainimarama visits Gospel School for the Deaf

PM Bainimarama visits Gospel School for the Deaf

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama today visited Gospel School for the Deaf. He has also reassured the Gospel School for the Deaf that government will look into their request of renovating the school’s Harland Hostel. Gospel School for the Deaf head ...

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