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IN a bid to increase youth employment, the Lautoka Chamber of Commerce and Industries has joined the National Centre for Small Micro Enterprises and the Fiji National University.
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The Nadi Weather Office advises people to take all the necessary precautions as Fiji will feel the effects of Tropical Cyclone Lusi as it approaches closer to the group.
Prime Minister, Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama stressed that the new constitution guarantees religious freedom for every Fijian to choose for themselves.
ESEROMA Tale Tivulu's 30-year long fight to have his extinct clan reinstated in the native land records and the Vola ni Kawa Bula has been declined and ruled as a closed case by the iTaukei Lands and Fisheries Commission.
Kenneth Rangi with a fruit and vegetable paradise display during the food festival at the Fiji Beach Resort and Spa managed by Hilton on Denarau Island, Nadi.
ABOUT 70 volunteers of the Fiji Red Cross Society on Vanua Levu had the opportunity to gain extra knowledge and skills in disaster preparedness during a workshop at the weekend.
Some of the goldminers who are on strike are seen with their family members during the 23rd anniversary of the strike.
Joe Toromai and his wife, Eti Benamini, with a framed photo of their late son, Tomu Koimola, at their Marata Village home in Wailoku yesterday.
School teachers and their children were among other people from all walks of life who took time-out for a clean-up campaign in Labasa yesterday.
THE national clean-up campaign against dengue fever began yesterday as hundreds of people nationwide took to their neighbourhoods and communities to destroy mosquito breeding sites.
While speaking at the Fiji Public Service Association annual general meeting in Lautoka yesterday, general secretary Rajeshwar Singh said the association stood united with all women working in the public service.
INTERNATIONAL Women's Day is not only a day to celebrate - it's also a time for people to stand in solidarity to show disapproval of all forms of physical and sexual abuse against women.
On gender equality it is no secret that the Pacific is lagging. The region is home to some of the world's highest domestic violence rates.
Update: 4:30PM THE Fiji Women Rights Movement launched its girls theatre program this morning at My Suva Park in Laucala Bay.
A MUSICIAN has voiced his support for the people of West Papua with the release of a song titled Rise Morning Star.
The Fiji Roads Authority said the work would significantly widen roads between the Nadi and Nausori International airports and tourist destinations.