Jun 18, 2018 Last Updated 1:42 AM, Jun 18, 2018
By Netani Rika POHNPEI police recruits have been trained in the areas of gender, violence against women and human rights. The head of Pohnpei Police, Johnny Santos, said the training was ground breaking and had been carried out by the Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre. About 50 recruits took part in…
By Netani Rika THE public has a right to know why commissioners have not been appointed to oversee the Fiji Anti-Discrimination and Human Rights Commission, says National Federation Party Leader, Dr Biman Prasad. Speaking on World Albinism Day, Prasad said the Constitutional Offices Commission had made no appointments five weeks…
  A major bank in the Pacific region has recommended that Fiji put the brakes on civil servants wage increases as a major step towards bringing the national budget back to balance in the medium to long term. In its Pacific Economic Outlook for Fiji released today, the ANZ Bank…
By Nanise Volau THE Fijian Government has assisted the Suva-based Christian Mission Fellowship in the burial of their missionary and his son on Friday this week in Kenya, Africa. The church confirmed in a statement today that Pastor Sakaraia Mataka and his 15-year-old son, Paula Tekei Mataka, will be buried in a plot…
By Netani Rika  FORMER Prime Minister and Social Democratic Liberal Party (SODELPA), leader Major-General Sitiveni Rabuka has called for calm after armed troops arrested a chief today. Rabuka also called for respect for traditional protocols. His comments came after the detention of Ratu Epenisa Cakobau in a dawn raid. Ratu…

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