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FICAC holds ‘National Anti-Corruption Curriculum’ pilot phase

FICAC holds ‘National Anti-Corruption Curriculum’ pilot phase

The Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption yesterday, in collaboration with the Ministry of Education – launched the second and third pilot phase, of the ‘National Anti-Corruption Curriculum’ in Nadi. FICAC Officers together with the Curriculum Development Unit Officers of the ...

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Viti Levu power outage was due to lightning strike

Viti Levu power outage was due to lightning strike

The Fiji Electricity Authority has confirmed that a lightning strike to a 132kilovolts transmission line from Wailoa to Vuda and Vuda to Cunnigham was the cause of the Viti Levu power outage yesterday. Viti Levu had experienced a power outage ...

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FRA carrying out assessment for Suva roads

FRA carrying out assessment for Suva roads

The Fiji Roads Authority will carry out the Environmental Assessment and Social Safeguards Assessment as part of the ADB Due Diligence Procedures for the project. The Fiji Roads Authority is proposing to rehabilitate and upgrade 19 sections of existing sealed ...

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16 schools piloting the anti- corruption curriculum

16 schools piloting the anti- corruption curriculum

The Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption yesterday in collaboration with the Ministry of Education launched the second and third pilot phase of the National Anti-Corruption Curriculum in Nadi. FICAC Officers together with the Curriculum Development Unit Officers of the MOE ...

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Training aimed at providing employment

Training aimed at providing employment

Forty-two unemployed youths from Lautoka went through an eight week Office Assistance Training programme at to equip them for new job markets. The Youth Employment Network training programme was a result of the partnership between the Foundation for Rural Integrated ...

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More than $300 thousand worth assistance for Tonga

More than $300 thousand worth assistance for Tonga

The European Commission has mobilised its emergency assistance tools following significant damage caused by tropical cyclone Gita in the South Pacific, in particular the islands of Tonga. Initial emergency assistance of $300, 000 thousand dollars has been provided to the ...

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Twenty new Legal practitioners admitted to the Fiji Bar

Twenty new Legal practitioners admitted to the Fiji Bar

            TWENTY new barristers and solicitors were admitted to the Bar during an admissions ceremony officiated by the Chief Justice Anthony Gates today. Justice Gates, while speaking to the ceremony held at Suva High Court, ...

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Kiribati delegation in Fiji

Kiribati delegation in Fiji

A delegation from the Kiribati Ministry of Lands is in the country. The delegation was today received by the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism permanent secretary, Shaheen Ali. Ali met with the five-member delegation at his office in Suva. ...

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Dengue outbreak declared in Nadi, Fiji

Dengue outbreak declared in Nadi, Fiji

            The authorities in Fiji have declared an outbreak of dengue fever in Nadi and the nearby town of Ba. There have been 312 confirmed cases of dengue in the Western Division since the beginning ...

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Thousands of homes without power in Taranaki

Thousands of homes without power in Taranaki

          A state of emergency has been declared in Taranaki where former tropical cyclone Gita has knocked out power to 23,000 properties. States of emergency have also been declared in Nelson, Westland, Buller, Greymouth, Selwyn and ...

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