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THE Ministry of Labour has enforced the payment of $185,339.82 in wages owed to 73 employees at a prominent resort in the Western Division.
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Water Authority of Fiji CEO Opetaia Ravai fills a cup of water from the desalination machine at the USP Lower campus.
FORMER chairman of the Fiji Boxing Commission Sakaraia Tuva Naivalu appeared in court on Wednesday charged with one count of corruptly taking a reward.
THE promotion of Ba Town as a destination for Chinese tourists took a step closer to reality following a meeting between the Ba Town Council and a six-member delegation from Jiaxing City.
THE Labasa soccer side will miss the services of lethal striker Joseph Mishra when it takes on Suva this Sunday at the ANZ Stadium.
GOVERNMENT and the community of Rotuma have invested a lot in infrastructure where new industrial and residential buildings have been constructed.
THE Ministry of Labour, Industrial Relations and Employment has trained at least 347 teachers from 197 rural agricultural-based schools in the country on issues of child labour.
LAW enforcement agencies and International Criminal Police Organisation investigators are able to travel without visas when assisting transnational cases or urgent deployments.
Fiji's AFL Aussie rule team after a training session at the Albert Park in Suva yesterday.
AusAID minister counsellor-Pacific John Davidson speaks to media personnel during a press conference at the Australian High Commission in Tamavua, Suva yesterday.
FIJI has been at the forefront of sugar research from the early 1900s and has pioneered equipment and research that has been developed into normal use at sugar research institutes around the world today.
LAUNCHING one of the first international sugarcane breeding workshops in the lead up to hosting the 43rd session of the International Sugar Council next month shows that Fiji and the council are firmly committed to advancing the cause of the global industry.
THE FIJIAN LABOUR MINISTRY has still not issued a statement on an agreement between a recruitment agency and individuals in Papua New Guinea to hire 800 Fijians to work in that country.
WHEN he was 21 years old, Manoa Rasigatale formed a musical group called Maroc 5 that toured the nation and gained legendary status in the '60s. Jumping into adoring crowds, duck-walking across the stage and swinging the microphone around like a machine gun, Maroc 5 gave Manoa Rasigatale his first real taste of live performance.
LEARNING to be a productive individual of society while earning a living is a core focus of the Fiji Corrections Service as it continues to offer reformed prisoners a new start at life.
Update: 3:49PM THE atmosphere at the Air Pacific headquarters in Nadi is electric as the national carriers second brand new Airbus A330 touches down.