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I can’t believe it’s over! The catwalk has been packed away, the lights taken down and the models have gone home. Fiji Fashion week may have finished but the memories we made will last forever. I’m truly grateful to have been a part of this magnificent experience. Can’t wait for next year! Danielle Alakija xoxo Read More »

Doubts over new casino

The Attorney General, Aiyaz Khaiyum has given an ultimatum to casino developer, One Hundred Sands Limited. Either demonstrate  that the new casino will be built or have their 15 year exclusive license revoked. In a press statement, the AG said a  letter was sent to American multimillionaire Larry Claunch, the Chairman of One Hundred Sands Limited to give a reason ... Read More »


This is with reference to the wrong attribution of photos in the article “The Blazing Past of Church at Naililili” on page 46 of our August issue. The photos were inadvertently and wrongly credited to Fiji Museum when they, in fact, belonged to the French Embassy and Ms Catherine Foi. We accept this mistake and apologise to all the concerned ... Read More »

FNPF closed for the day

Staff of the Fiji National Provident Fund in Suva were sent home after their building had to be inspected by the National Fire Authority following heavy smoke caused from a circuit explosion in a chiller caused their building to close for the day. Smoke were still visible on the floors of the FNPF building one hour after the small fire ... Read More »

President’s address on the assent to the Constitution

Salutations and greetings I have today given my assent to the 2013 Constitution through the powers vested in me as your Head of State. That Constitution comes into effect tomorrow and will be the supreme law of Fiji. It is also a blueprint for the future direction of ourcountry. It establishes the principle that every Fijian is equal whoever they ... Read More »

Tuvalu signs agreement for climate change project

30 August 2013 (Suva, Fiji) – The Government of Tuvalu and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has today signed an agreement to continue to partner on climate change adaptation work in Tuvalu. This marks the commencement of the second climate change adaptation project in Tuvalu that responds to adaptation priorities outlined in the Tuvalu National Adaptation Programme of Action (NAPA). ... Read More »

Orange Frame Hibiscus 2013 Photos

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Labour Minister Warns Road Transport Operators

Government has warned employers in the road transport industry to follow the Wages Regulation (Road Transport) Order which came in to effect on 31st of October, 2012. Minister for Labour, cure Industrial Relations and Employment Mr Jone Usamate has further urged employers to pay workers employed in the road transport sector a minimum rate of remuneration. For example, heavy PSV ... Read More »

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