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Mr Stoute's father, Michael, claims in court documents that 'officials have closed ranks in seeking to protect each other from criticism' and 'in the misguided view that they are also protecting the sport.' It's the latest in a line of setbacks for
Labasa have been sternly advised about making allegations against purported illegal operators in Labasa. In a meeting at the Civic Centre building yesterday, LTA general manager operations Faiyum Ali said it was important for drivers to get their
LTA has also aligned its program against stray animals on our country's roads. The authority hopes to empower people to look after their animals from straying on the roads because they were a menace to motorists. Authority spokesman Iliesa Sokia
The LTA said in a statement it had ascertained that the major cause of road fatalities were speeding and reckless driving. "With the installation of permanent speed and red light cameras and the erection of mobile speed red light cameras on various
The LTA has again come across cases of overworked PSV drivers dozing off behind the wheel. Mr Tuinaceva urged members of the public to report cases of PSV drivers falling sleep while driving. "You simply don't overwork yourself for the sake of money,"
LTA chief executive Naisa Tuinaceva said a stern warning had been issued to PSV drivers and owners as well as private vehicle owners that the authority would come down hard on those who breached the regulated tinting policy stipulated under the Land
The Ministry of Transport, Works & Housing has contracted Trevor Hamilton and Associates for consultancy services towards the implementation of the Land Transport Authority (LTA). A contract in the amount of $10.9 million has been signed between both
LTA spokesman Iliesa Sokia said despite warnings and attempts illegal taxi and minibus operations continue. He said everything had to be done in accordance to the law. "We have never stopped our operations. Our enforcement team continues their work,"
Suva have been booked in the past two weeks for using mobile phones while behind the wheel. LTA spokesman Iliesa Sokia said despite warnings and continued enforcement, drivers continue to ignore this road rule. "The hunt for these ignorant drivers
Mr Chand died after his taxi hit a horse on Denarau Rd last week. LTA spokesman Iliesa Sokia said the onus was on animal owners. "Section 56 of the Seizure and Disposal of Animals of the Land Transport Act stipulates that any animal found tethered,