ATTORNEY-General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum has confirmed there will be 1150 voter registration centres throughout Fiji manned by 1050 officials.
He said the number of voter registration centres assigned to different areas would depend on the population density in those areas.
The entire registration process that starts today is expected to take less than three minutes per individual.
POLICE are investigating an incident where a woman had allegedly given birth and buried her new-born baby a week ago.
The incident was brought to light when the woman surrendered herself to Sigatoka police with the information yesterday.
She was being questioned in police custody as investigations continue.
THE Consumer Council of Fiji has registered over $1.8million worth of complaints from customers since the start of this year.
According to figures provided by the council, the complaints came at a total value of $1,814,932.38 as of May 31.
A total of $340,181.75 worth of complaints was resolved with $56,082.89 worth of cases referred to the Small Claims Tribunal.
The council said that most complaints received by the council were for landlord/tenant disputes with 144 complaints while mobile products were the second most-complained-about products, totalling 81 complaints.
THE Shark Decree will be tabled in Cabinet in two weeks.
Ministry of Fisheries deputy permanent secretary Penina Cirikiyasawa said it would be a positive decree and that they consulted stakeholders.
She also said while it was their job to facilitate and enhance economic growth, it was also the State's duty to conserve the marine eco-system for future generations.
Extra day class
PRIME Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama says it is important that Fiji's children receive the best form of education.
Commodore Bainimarama said as technology and modern lifestyles reshaped the way business was done today, best education would help further develop Fiji.
While addressing men and women of the Republic of Fiji Military Forces (RFMF) yesterday, he noted a recent survey by the RFMF that indicated that children who had attended the extra day classes had recorded a successive pass rate of more than 58 per cent.