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Road works carried out in Labasa

Road works carried out in Labasa

  Over 40,000 square metres of pre-seal repairs have been carried out on the road between Seaqaqa and Labasa. Fulton Hogan Hiways (FHH) Senior Construction Supervisor North, Wayne Whittingham, says they have been achieving good productivity since commencing this section ...

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Complaints of black ants infesting homes

Complaints of black ants infesting homes

There has been numerous complaints of black ants infesting homes and gardens of residents, along the Suva-Nausori corridor. The Ministry of Agriculture says the ant specimen has been confirmed as “white-footed black ants” – that belong to the species “Technomyrmex ...

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AG visits Scouts in the West

AG visits Scouts in the West

  Scouts from the western division received a visit from the Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed – Khaiyum. The AG visited the scouts at Lomolomo Primary School in Lautoka yesterday Accompanied by the Minister for Tourism – Faiyaz Koya, the AG urged ...

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Reddy’s case continues with Journalist giving evidence

Reddy’s case continues with Journalist giving evidence

  The case of former Education Minister Dr Mahendra Reddy continued in the Suva Magistrates Court today. Freelance journalist Anish Chand gave evidence earlier today as the prosecution summed up its case. Anish Chand told the court that he had ...

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The Constitution is a document for all people: President

The Constitution is a document for all people: President

Thousands filled the Churchill Park in Lautoka today for the celebration of the Constitution Day The day began with a march by students and disciplinary forces. And in addressing the crowd, the President revealed the celebration next year will be ...

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Constitution is an evolving document – Ro Temumu

Constitution is an evolving document – Ro Temumu

The leader of Opposition, Ro Temumu Kepa says that a constitution is an evolving document and not something cast in stone. Ro Temumu says that the country has had four constitutions since independence. She said after the events of 1987, ...

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Land consultation completed in the western division

Land consultation completed in the western division

Minister for Lands and Mineral Resources, Faiyaz Siddiq Koya yesterday afternoon held public consultations with Nadi residents. The consultations in Nadi follows on from Lautoka earlier in the morning and Rakiraki, Tavua and Ba yesterday. The public consultations is a ...

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PM commissions Nakabuta village bridge

PM commissions Nakabuta village bridge

Prime Minister,  Voreqe Bainimarama yesterday afternoon commissioned the Nakabuta Village crossing bringing an end to seven years of wait. The opening of the crossing will now allow villages to transport their agricultural produce to the Sigatoka market with the use ...

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COP23 preparations delivered at Oxford University

COP23 preparations delivered at Oxford University

Ambassador Deo Saran, Fiji’s Climate Ambassador and Special Envoy to the UNFCCC, participated in the 13th Seminar of Oxford-based Fellowship Programme. This is an annual seminar organised by European Capacity Building Initiative and Oxford Climate Policy for climate negotiators and ...

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Employment Minister receives New Zealand employer

Employment Minister receives New Zealand employer

The Minister for Employment, Productivity and Industrial Relations, Jone Usamate received a courtesy visit from Tradestaff Limited, a labour hire company from New Zealand this week.   Usamate highlighted that the employer had already recruited seven Fijian carpenters for the ...

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