BULLETINS
17 people rushed to hospital after bus accident in Tailevu

17 people rushed to hospital after bus accident in Tailevu

Seventeen people including eight children were rushed to Nausori Health Centre yesterday afternoon after the bus they were traveling in veered off the road at Kiuva in Tailevu. Three of them were then later taken to CWM Hospital for further treatment while the rest were seen by the doctor and released. All victims from Naivakacau […]
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Flash flood alert remains in force

Tropical Cyclone YASA (Cat 2) was analyzed about 600km west-northwest of Nadi at 3am this Morning. Heavy rain alerts and Flash flood warnings are in force as the weather conditions are expected to deteriorate as the cyclone moves closer to the country. A flash flood warning remains in force for the low lying areas and […]
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Guam suffers 21st Covid fatality

Twenty one people have now died from Covid-19 in Guam. The latest death was a 74-year-old woman who had underlying health conditions that were compounded by the coronavirus. She was admitted to Guam Memorial Hospital on 25 August and died on Thursday morning. There have been six Covid-related deaths since the weekend. The total number […]
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BUSINESS
PINE GROUP BECOMES DEBT FREE

PINE GROUP BECOMES DEBT FREE

For the first time since its inception more than 3 decades ago, the Pine Group is debt free now. This has come following a lump sum payment of $2.2m to fully settle the $12m loan taken from the Fijian Government back in the 90’s. Board Chairman, Ratu Wiliame Katonivere, said that this is a great […]
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Cook Islands tourism industry holding hopes as signs point to NZ travel bubble

Air New Zealand says it doesn’t know of any impending announcement regarding a two-way travel bubble but it is ramping up its operations to the islands from 10 May. The Cook Islands are Covid-19 free but so far only quarantine-free travel to New Zealand has been established. But a number of signs are giving Cook […]
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Government Extends Rural Banking Partnership with BSP

Thousands of rural residents across Fiji can continue to enjoy BSP’s banking services at Post Fiji Outlets and Postal Agencies following the extension of the Banking Services Agreement between the Ministry of Economy and BSP. The Acting Permanent Secretary for Economy, Mr. Shiri Gounder thanked BSP for the continued partnership in the provision of financial […]
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INTERNATIONAL NEWS
Cook Islands tourism industry holding hopes as signs point to NZ travel bubble

Cook Islands tourism industry holding hopes as signs point to NZ travel bubble

Air New Zealand says it doesn’t know of any impending announcement regarding a two-way travel bubble but it is ramping up its operations to the islands from 10 May. The Cook Islands are Covid-19 free but so far only quarantine-free travel to New Zealand has been established. But a number of signs are giving Cook […]
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Trans-Tasman bubble: Travellers to Western Australia still required to quarantine

A third of Australia will remain largely off-limits when the travel green zone begins this month. Western Australia plans to keep treating New Zealand arrivals like international travellers and enforcing mandatory quarantine – bursting some potential travellers’ hopes of travel bubble bliss. Among them is Moira Green, who launched straight into plans to see her […]
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French company chases All Blacks jersey deal

French building supplies company Altrad is in line to replace American insurance giant AIG as the All Blacks jersey sponsor according to French media reports. The sponsorship deal with AIG, whose logo has been on the front of the All Blacks jersey since 2012 is due to expire at the end of the year. French […]
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LATEST NEWS
PINE GROUP BECOMES DEBT FREE

PINE GROUP BECOMES DEBT FREE

For the first time since its inception more than 3 decades ago, the Pine Group is debt free now. This has come following a lump sum payment of $2.2m to fully settle the $12m loan taken from the Fijian Government back in the 90’s. Board Chairman, Ratu Wiliame Katonivere, said that this is a great […]
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16 YEAR OLD GIRL MISSING FROM HOME

Sixteen-year-old Litiana Lewarobu Raikadroka has been reported missing.Her mother went to drop her off at  Navesau in Wainibuka for the Easter Seventh Day Adventist Camp last Friday and returned the same day. On Saturday Raikadroka was seen by her friend boarding a bus from Navesau who then later informed her  mother. When she failed to […]
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Cook Islands tourism industry holding hopes as signs point to NZ travel bubble

Air New Zealand says it doesn’t know of any impending announcement regarding a two-way travel bubble but it is ramping up its operations to the islands from 10 May. The Cook Islands are Covid-19 free but so far only quarantine-free travel to New Zealand has been established. But a number of signs are giving Cook […]
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LOCAL NEWS
PINE GROUP BECOMES DEBT FREE

PINE GROUP BECOMES DEBT FREE

For the first time since its inception more than 3 decades ago, the Pine Group is debt free now. This has come following a lump sum payment of $2.2m to fully settle the $12m loan taken from the Fijian Government back in the 90’s. Board Chairman, Ratu Wiliame Katonivere, said that this is a great […]
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16 YEAR OLD GIRL MISSING FROM HOME

Sixteen-year-old Litiana Lewarobu Raikadroka has been reported missing.Her mother went to drop her off at  Navesau in Wainibuka for the Easter Seventh Day Adventist Camp last Friday and returned the same day. On Saturday Raikadroka was seen by her friend boarding a bus from Navesau who then later informed her  mother. When she failed to […]
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Cook Islands tourism industry holding hopes as signs point to NZ travel bubble

Air New Zealand says it doesn’t know of any impending announcement regarding a two-way travel bubble but it is ramping up its operations to the islands from 10 May. The Cook Islands are Covid-19 free but so far only quarantine-free travel to New Zealand has been established. But a number of signs are giving Cook […]
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MAIN NEWS
PINE GROUP BECOMES DEBT FREE

PINE GROUP BECOMES DEBT FREE

For the first time since its inception more than 3 decades ago, the Pine Group is debt free now. This has come following a lump sum payment of $2.2m to fully settle the $12m loan taken from the Fijian Government back in the 90’s. Board Chairman, Ratu Wiliame Katonivere, said that this is a great […]
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16 YEAR OLD GIRL MISSING FROM HOME

Sixteen-year-old Litiana Lewarobu Raikadroka has been reported missing.Her mother went to drop her off at  Navesau in Wainibuka for the Easter Seventh Day Adventist Camp last Friday and returned the same day. On Saturday Raikadroka was seen by her friend boarding a bus from Navesau who then later informed her  mother. When she failed to […]
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Cook Islands tourism industry holding hopes as signs point to NZ travel bubble

Air New Zealand says it doesn’t know of any impending announcement regarding a two-way travel bubble but it is ramping up its operations to the islands from 10 May. The Cook Islands are Covid-19 free but so far only quarantine-free travel to New Zealand has been established. But a number of signs are giving Cook […]
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SPORTS
SPORT IS A VERY POWERFUL TOOL FOR ACHIEVING GENDER EQUALITY – PS POOLE

SPORT IS A VERY POWERFUL TOOL FOR ACHIEVING GENDER EQUALITY – PS POOLE

The Permanent Secretary for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation, Jennifer Poole opened the Gokals, Ariston, Whirlpool 2021 Southern Business House Futsal Soccer League last night with a kick off.  PS Poole discussed the importance of sports programmes, particularly at the grassroots level and in marginalised, impoverished communities as a successful tool in promoting health and nutrition, and […]
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French company chases All Blacks jersey deal

French building supplies company Altrad is in line to replace American insurance giant AIG as the All Blacks jersey sponsor according to French media reports. The sponsorship deal with AIG, whose logo has been on the front of the All Blacks jersey since 2012 is due to expire at the end of the year. French […]
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Pacific rugby stars call for eligibility overhaul

Fans would be the winner if rugby’s outdated eligibility rules were given a long-awaited shake-up. That’s the message from two Pacific Island rugby stars who know a thing or two about being proud to represent their dual heritage. Tim Nanai-Williams grew up in South Auckland dreaming of one day pulling on the All Blacks jersey. […]
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WEATHER
DECLARATION FURTHER EXTENDED FOR NORTHERN DIVISION

DECLARATION FURTHER EXTENDED FOR NORTHERN DIVISION

 The Declaration of a State of Natural Disaster has been extended for a further period of 20-days for the Northern Division, effective from Monday, February 15.  The extension for the Northern Division was again approved by Cabinet in accordance with Section 17 of the Natural Disaster Management Act 1998 and on the advice of the […]
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CLIMATE CHANGE A REAL THREAT TO THE PACIFIC- PM BAINIMARAMA

Prime Minister Josaia Voreqe Bainimarama delivered a powerful statement at the opening of the Virtual Pacific Regional Consultation on Internal Displacement earlier this evening, saying that climate change also contributes to mass-migration across our region. Prime Minister Bainimarama said that every year, more of our citizens will be forced to leave their homes to escape […]
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HEAVY RAIN WARNING FOR PARTS OF FIJI

A Heavy Rain Warning remains in force for Yasawa and Mamanuca Group, Northern and western parts of Viti Levu, Vanua Levu, Taveuni and nearby smaller islands. A Heavy Rain Alert is now in force for the rest of Viti Levu. Situation:A trough of low pressure lies over the western parts of the group. Associated cloud […]
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