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Mr Naitini and his four-year-old son were at his small farm about 20 metres away from their Korociriciri home outside Nausori when the fire started around 9am. "I was in the farm when I saw flames in one of the bedrooms and I quickly alerted my aunt
Soso in Yasawa appeared at the Lautoka Magistrates Court yesterday for alleged assault and criminal trespass and criminal intimidation at Paradise Cove Resort earlier this week. Police prosecutors say the men, aged between 23 and 75, allegedly
S fire service has called on members of the public to take fire safety seriously at their homes. This was the message NFA chief executive officer John O'Connor parted to participants of Leadership Fiji during their visit to the Walu Bay-based station
This is attributed to the poor road conditions on the island. Road inaccessibility was among concerns highlighted during the Rotuma Development Board meeting held in Suva on Tuesday. Commissioner Eastern Lieutenant Colonel Netani Rika said poor road
Rotuma have invested a lot in infrastructure where new industrial and residential buildings have been constructed...Mr Foraete said without a fire station on the island, having newly-constructed residential and industrial buildings would be a waste.
Speaking at the Assemblies of God Pastors Spiritual Emphasis seminar, divisional police commander North Senior Superintendent of Police Fulori Rainibogi pleaded with pastors to ensure family members under their guidance were built on spiritual values.
Director for Mineral Resources Malakai Finau said the company needed to concentrate on rehabilitation first as instructed by the government before it could proceed with the impact assessment. He made the comments during the EIA consultation training
Post Fiji managing director Peni Mau did not gain anything after approving the payment of $5400 to former general manager Finance Dhirendra Pratap. Lawyer Barbara Malimali made this submission while closing her case in the High Court in Suva
Ikavuka Enterprises Limited and Lakeba Tikina Enterprises lawyer Devanesh Sharma first addressed the court saying his instructions were to make submissions to the court to seize the assets of the Lau Shipping Company, and to obtain a restraining
Former Fiji resident and sugar researcher Dr Krishnamurthi, who currently resides and works in India, emphasised the need for sugar administrators to look at the success of Fiji's industry in the past. "The management should relook at the old format