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LAUTOKA, Ba and Tavua special administrator Praveen Bala lamented the passing of the late Tui Tavua Ratu Waisale Kuwe Ratu, as a loss to Tavua and the Western Division as a whole.
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People living in parts of Suva and surrounding areas will experience water cuts and low water pressure until Sunday, due to a 300mm water burst along Grantham road.
BUILDING resilience within communities and strengthening relations between Fiji and Australia was the main focus of about 80 Australian volunteers who arrived in Fiji this year.
Fiona Webster, left, and Siosaia Tuiono Taiono from Tonga, at the JICA FLMMA workshop at the Colo-i-Suva Forestry station yesterday.
QUICK action from the National Fire Authority prevented a major fire disaster at the industrial area at Walu Bay yesterday.
The Northpole FC team at Buckhurst Park in Suva yesterday. The side had its final training session before the National Club Championship kicks off in Nadi the evening.
According to the constitution, which was adopted in September, "religious belief is personal," "religion and the State are separate," and "no person shall assert any religious belief as a legal reason to disregard this Constitution or any other law."
Update: 11:58AM FIVE permanent voter registration centres around the country remain open to allow those who have not registered to vote to do so.
PROMINENT Lautoka lawyer Iqbal Khan can only apply for a practising certificate in March 2015, after the Independent Legal Services Commission suspended his practising certificate for 15 months.
LTA staff members Malakai Waqa and Susau Hazelman with Police Constable Epeli Caginivalu monitor speed of vehicles along Ratu Dovi Rd in Nasinu yesterday.
Anjani Deo mourns the death of her husband Francis Deo and daughter Samantha as a family member tries to comfort her.
Pita Driti is escorted by police officers to a waiting vehicle outside the courthouse in Suva yesterday.
Father Anthony Lemuelu, left, of the Coptic Orthodox Church and Reverend Claude Fong Toy enjoy the lake scenery at the Raintree Lodge at Colo-i-Suva yesterday.Picture: ELIKI NUKUTABU CHURCH leaders are encouraging their congregations and members of the general public to be more "Christ-like" in their behaviour, particularly when dealing with women, ... (more)