THE two-day Rotuma Day celebrations ended yesterday in Suva drawing more than 5000 Rotumans.
“I AM a strong woman today because a strong woman raised me.”
HER Royal Highness the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Mountbatten-Windsor had a piece of Fiji in the attire she wore to marry Prince Henry of Wales.
CATHOLICS around Fiji gathered in numbers to celebrate the Eucharistic Celebration of the Synod Year Launch at the ANZ National Stadium in Suva today.
TEAM Wellington is the new OFC champions after beating the Vodafone Lautoka Blues side 4-3 in their second final play-offs at Churchill Park this afternoon.
WHILST the rollout of the mass vaccination for Meningococcal disease (Men-C) is carried out in the Central division and Ra subdivision, the Family Health team would also be conducting training for the nurses in the northern division.
LANKY defender Mario Ilich scored a brace of goals to help Team Wellington take a slender 2-0 half time lead against the Vodafone Lautoka Blues.
TEAM Wellington made a strong start scoring the first goal early in the first against Vodafone Lautoka in the OFC final at Lautoka’s Churchill Park this hour.
THE Fiji Institute of Accountants (FIA) yesterday awarded Waisale Iowane as its Young Accountant of the Year (2017).
THE Sathya Sai Organisation Fiji will once again embark on a series of free medical camps, which began yesterday.
SMALL island developing states are faced with compelling development challenges says Minister for Youth and Sports, Laisenia Tuitubou.
FIJI’s National Disaster Management Act (1998) and National Disaster Management Plan (1995) are undergoing a review process.
NEW ZEALANDS High Commissioner to Fiji, Jonathan Curr says the NZ government has been providing support to the Fijian Elections Office(FEO) since the 2014 general elections.
AS many as 1800 people seeking assistance under the HOMES-CARE program returned home on Friday night after waiting several hours because of network glitches.
STRESSED and burnt out doctors remain one of the biggest challenges for the medical sector in the country.
MEMBERS of the Fiji Building Designers Association (FBDA) were yesterday reminded to offer services that were transparent, accountable and provide adequate protection to their clients.
THE Fiji Labour Party (FLP) has raise concerns about the treatment of citizens seeking the HOMES-CARE assistance relief in Nadi this week, where thousands had to return home after waiting several hours because the event was deferred.
GOOD news for copra and rice farmers as they are now covered under insurance for the first time.
INDIGENOUS Fijians have been advised to be mindful of the newly passed Online Safety Act and to use the internet responsibly.
THERE is a shortage of blood supply at Suva’s Colonial War Memorial Hospital.