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  • FijiCharges amended in Fiji Times case

    18:47 Thu Mar 23, 2017

    Charges against Fiji Times Limited, Publisher Hank Arts, Editor Fred Wesley, Nai Lalakai Editor Anare Ravula and contributor Josaia Waqabaca have been amended from inciting communal antagonism to Sedition.

  • FijiPrasad instructed to withdraw witchcraft comment

    18:02 Thu Mar 23, 2017

    National Federation Party Leader, Professor Biman Prasad was today asked to withdraw his comments after he said that some government members are going to ‘Ojhas’ or witchcraft doctors.

  • FijiRaid nets cash, cigarettes and liquor

    17:55 Thu Mar 23, 2017

    Officers from the Fiji Revenue and Customs Authority searched a Taiwanese fishing vessel in Suva on yesterday and confiscated almost two hundred thousand dollars cash along with other items which were smuggled into the country.

  • FijiVakadranu appeals for conviction

    16:54 Thu Mar 23, 2017

    Convicted rapist, Pastor Iowane Vakadranu’s lawyer filed a notice of appeal against his client's conviction.

  • FijiSPTO receives $60k from BSP

    16:41 Thu Mar 23, 2017

    The South Pacific Tourism Organisation today received $60,000 from Bank South Pacific to help their major event happening in two months’ time in Sydney, Australia

  • SportsMarist 7s kicks off tomorrow

    16:32 Thu Mar 23, 2017

    Fiji Bitter Marist 7s champions Tabadamu will open the campaign tomorrow when they take Trail Blazers in the first game at 8am

  • FijiFEO signs partnership with A-WEB

    16:30 Thu Mar 23, 2017

    The Fijian Elections Office has signed a partnership with the Association of World Election Bodies (A-WEB) that will support electoral transparency.

  • SportsRojas wary of Fijians

    16:30 Thu Mar 23, 2017

    Skillful midfielder Marco Rojas says mastering the mental side of the game will be the key to New Zealand football team taking the next step on their road to Russia

  • FijiPM expresses his condolences to the British parliament

    14:23 Thu Mar 23, 2017

    On behalf of the Fijian Government and its people, Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama has expressed his shock and deepest condolences in the wake of the terrorist attack on the Houses of Parliament in London.


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