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$2.5m budget

Saturday, Nov 1, 2014 | Salaseini Moceiwai

THE Labasa Town Council operates on a budget of $2.5million every year. This was revealed by council CEO Jitendra Prasad to the Labour Minister, Jioje Konrote, during his official visit of the North early this week. more...


Japan Asia Group engineer Yurie Sakai makes a point to JICA resident representative Shumon Yoshiara and Local Government permanent secretary Samuela Namosimalua during the launch of Sigatoka's rehabilitated landfill site. Picture: JAI PRASAD | See related story...



Election complaint

Sat, Nov 01 2014
MEMBERS of the Opposition have raised their disappointment regarding Fiji's one-day election process to visiting Australia's Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop. more..

Call to pressure Fiji

Fri, Oct 31 2014
THE New York-based Human Rights Watch has called on its member states to apply pressure on the Fijian Government during its UN human rights review underway in Geneva. more..

'Robust Bill of Rights'

Fri, Oct 31 2014
ATTORNEY-GENERAL and Justice Minister Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum has told the Human Rights Council in Geneva that Fiji has a robust Bill of Rights under the 2013 Constitution. more..

Power plan

Fri, Oct 31 2014
THE Labasa sugar mill is adamant it will sell power to the Fiji Electricity Authority next year once its 10 megawatt core generator is fully implemented. more..

Waste management a national issue

Fri, Oct 31 2014
Japan Asia Group engineer Yurie Sakai makes a point to JICA resident 
representative Shumon Yoshiara and Local Government permanent secretary 
Samuela Namosimalua during the launch of Sigatoka's rehabilitated landfill site. 
Picture: JAI PRASAD
LOCAL Government, Housing and Environment permanent secretary Samuela Namosimalua says waste management is a pressing national issue that needs immediate attention. more..

$17m refinery plan

Fri, Oct 31 2014
DIVERSIFICATION of the sugar industry is necessary if Fiji is to expand its market sources overseas. more..

Vaniqi hopes for sweet support

Fri, Oct 31 2014
WITH the 2014 National Budget announcement weeks away, the sugar industry is hopeful for continued support from the Government. more..

Dob them!

Thu, Oct 30 2014
MINISTER for Transport and Infrastructure Lieutenant Colonel Pio Tikoduadua has encouraged people to lodge official reports against Government contractors and to refrain from making allegations. more..

Minister: No drop in FEA bills

Thu, Oct 30 2014
FIJIAN'S should not anticipate reductions in their electricity bills anytime soon, says Minister for Infrastructure and Transport Lieutenant Colonel Pio Tikoduadua. more..
Thu, Oct 30 2014

Department spends $1.4m


Thu, Oct 30 2014

NZ, Fiji relations


Wed, Oct 29 2014

A-G leads Geneva team


Prime Minister Rear Admiral (Ret) Voreqe Bainimarama is flanked by Brigadier-General Luc de Revel and French ambassador Gilles Montagnier in Suva yesterday. Picture: Supplied
Wed, Oct 29 2014

French connection


Minister for Industry, Trade and Tourism Faiyaz Koya speaks with Josefa Raiyawa and Craig Powell during the Tourism Fiji Industry Day at Intercontinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa in Natadola, Sigatoka. Picture: JAI PRASAD
Wed, Oct 29 2014

Earnings to grow


Wed, Oct 29 2014

Revenue arrears


Mon, Oct 27 2014

Ebola taskforce


Mon, Oct 27 2014

Kepa: Treat all equally


Mela Qaqa of LDS College and Emmanuel Veresoni of Marist Brothers High School study for their exams at the LDS chapel in Samabula, Suva yesterday. Both will sit for their FSFE today. Picture: JONACANI LALAKOBAU
Mon, Oct 27 2014

Year 13 exams


Mon, Oct 27 2014

Minister to follow-up


Mon, Oct 27 2014

Unused sports funds


Sun, Oct 26 2014

$3.5m development


Minister for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation Rosy Akbar said government was committed to increasing awareness on breast cancer at the launch of Pinktober in Ba yesterday. Picture JAI PRASAD
Sun, Oct 26 2014

Tribute to women


Minister for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation Rosy Akbar, left, at the commissioning of six water tanks made possible through Soroptimist International in Lautoka yesterday. Picture: JAI PRASAD
Sun, Oct 26 2014

Minister lauds project


Dr Mike Kama (left) leads Health Minister Jone Usamate (far right) and his assistant minister Veena Bhatnagar during their tour of the Central Eastern Health Services in Tamavua, Suva on Thursday. 
 Picture: JOVESA NAISUA
Sun, Oct 26 2014

Minister to boost service


Fri, Oct 24 2014

Kepa's not weak



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