Govt Doing Its Best to Help Vulnerable Fijians

Govt Doing Its Best to Help Vulnerable Fijians

With close to 9000 applicants for the Loan Packages under the COVID-19 Concessional Finance Support Package for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME), the Fijian Government is doing its best help the most vulnerable Fijians.


Minister Urges Region to Be Vocal, Visible

Minister Urges Region to Be Vocal, Visible

Minister for Commerce, Trade, Tourism and Transport, Faiyaz Koya addresses the Special Virtual Forum World Trade Organization (WTO) Trade Ministers Roundtable on the upcoming selection of WTO Director General.


Gender, Child Violence ‘Preventable’

Gender, Child Violence ‘Preventable’

Plans are underway to establish and train community-based first responders to sexual and domestic violence after a three-day workshop was held which included non-government organisations and faith based organisations.


Call to Be Mindful of Other Road Users

Call to Be Mindful of Other Road Users

The Fiji Motorcyclist Association (FMA) held a Remembrance Day commemoration event, at the Vodafone Arena for Motorcyclists who have lost their lives or have been injured.


Villagers Target Drop in Crime Rate

Villagers Target Drop in Crime Rate

The village of Nasomo in Vatukoula has transformed positively over the years with the biggest change being a massive drop in the crime rate, with the percentage drop going from 30 per cent to 70 per cent.


Farm Tools Boost Youth Club’s Plans

Farm Tools Boost Youth Club’s Plans

Members of the Balevuto Youth Club of Balevuto Village in Ba were all smiles after receiving their Youth Empowerment Grant materials from the Minister for Youth and Sports, Parveen Kumar at their village hall.


New Teachers’ Quarters for Tailevu North College

New Teachers’ Quarters for Tailevu North College

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama commissions five new quarters worth $500,000 for the teachers of Tailevu North College.


 ‘Improving Police Post in Communities Is Important’

‘Improving Police Post in Communities Is Important’

"Building strong, modern police posts is one way to show the importance we Fijians give to Police work." - PM Bainimarama


Be Proactive, Businesses Urged

Be Proactive, Businesses Urged

The Attorney-General and Minister for Economy, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum challenges businesses in the Western Division to be proactive rather than reactive to ensure they are ready when the borders do open up.


A-G Tells of Effects of Pandemic

A-G Tells of Effects of Pandemic

The Attorney-General and Minister for Economy, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum updates Natabua High School Year 13 students on the way the Government had recalibrated its focus to meet the challenges brought about by the COVID 19 pandemic.


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