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News (9078)

  • 20
  • Feb

THE water, sanitation and sustainable energy crises are among the world’s pre-eminent development challenges, senior United Nations officials warned yesterday.

  • 24
  • Feb

FISHERIES inspectors, investigators and enforcement officers from across the Pacific head home from Suva this weekend, after spending almost a month honing their ‘investigative’ skills to help detect fisheries offences.

  • 24
  • Feb

The Australian Government has committed US$16 million to a new fund to combat malaria in the Asia Pacific region.

  • 24
  • Feb

A 100 per cent Fijian-owned commercial bank was launched last week.

  • 24
  • Feb

An initial investment of $4 million will take place at the new Vuda Hideaway Resort, a fifteen-minute drive from the Nadi International Airport.

  • 24
  • Feb

TAX exemption for local businesses is a way to encourage the grassroots to engage in small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs), Prime Minister Peter O’Neill has stressed.

  • 24
  • Feb

THE small-to-medium enterprise (SME) is an important economic sector that needs further support, Prime Minister Peter O’Neill said.

  • 24
  • Feb

Law is now taught at all the three major universities in Fiji. Until 2008, students were only able to study law at the University of the South Pacific (USP).

  • 24
  • Feb

AS many as 51 students from 12 schools in Lautoka are spreading peace and goodwill in the community.

  • 24
  • Feb

THE Secretariat of the Pacific Community has stepped in to assist the Ministry of Health in the continuing campaign against the dengue fever epidemic.

  • 25
  • Feb

VODAFONE Fiji will embark on a $24million investment program around the country soon.

  • 25
  • Feb

THE Fiji National University has stepped up a notch to offer a unique deal to the public.