BRITISH Army soldier Nepote Tuisavura Jr, will escort the body of his brother and fallen Guardsman Apete Saunikalou Tuisavura home.
Their younger brother Mosese Verebasaga, who travelled from Fiji, will return with the funeral cortege tomorrow. Guardsman Tuisavura will be laid to rest on Saturday.
THE Ministry of Health is in the process of reviewing its national training policy.
The consultation works on the review process began on Tuesday at the Holiday Inn in Suva.
Acting permanent secretary for Health Doctor Josefa Koroivueta said the review of the 2008 policy was long overdue and needed to be changed in order to minimise waste.
SENIOR Corrections officer Savenaca Baleiwai said it was not easy to try and change a persons' life because change could not be enforced on anyone.
Speaking at the Pacific Educators Training Workshop at Pacific Harbour he said change was one of the core roles of the Fiji Corrections Service.
Mr Baleiwai said their role was three-fold - safety and security, care and change.
FIFTY-three new recruits in the Department of Agriculture are undergoing an induction training at its Raiwaqa headquarters.
Minister for Primary Industries Joketani Cokanasiga said the training would help participants focus on the department and government's goals.
He said agriculture was an economic force to reckon with in terms of its contribution to the economy, accumulation and fair distribution of wealth.