The Fiji Times will publish tomorrow in a break with a tradition that is 138 years old.
Until this year, the newspaper stayed off the streets on Christmas Day and Good Friday. The decision to print means readers will be able to read the latest news and keep up to date with events around the country.
The Fiji Times will be available at newsagents and from selected street sellers. Tomorrow's edition will carry the latest news along with Christmas features and messages. But Fiji Times classified advertising offices in Suva, Lautoka and Labasa will remain closed tomorrow and on Boxing Day.