WORLD NEWS IN BRIEF
FOREIGN Affairs Minister Ratu Inoke Kubuabola met his Australian counterpart Julie Bishop to discuss issues surrounding bilateral relations between Fiji and Australia. A statement from the Ministry of Information said both ministers looked forward to continuing dialogue in areas of mutual co-operation.
POLICE are still investigating the case where five unknown men robbed a taxidriver in Kinoya and tied his hands and left him in the boot of his taxi. The taxidriver was found after the vehicle was involved in an accident at Flagstaff. Spokesman Atunaisa Sokomuri said investigations were still continuing.
Star Traq in Fiji
THE head of Star Traq, a UK-based company assisting the LTA in providing traffic lights, installation of road and traffic surveillance and CCTV cameras, is in the country. Alan Freinkel, the founding director of Star Traq, visited the LTA office and was informed of some pressing issues surrounding Fiji's roads.
Cleft lip help
THE FNU's College of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences welcomes any information from members of the public of any child with cleft lip or palate. The school is working together with the Ruel Foundation, a charitable trust based in New Zealand, to try and register children with cleft lips and palate who might need medical treatment. Anyone with information regarding the issue can contact the school of nursing.