Grateful villagers praise government for water supply

Wati Talebula Wailotua Naba Dua Village Headman,  Rusiate Rakubulou, cried as he described the hardship they faced over the  years without a proper water supply. The 62-year-old headman joined fellow villagers in celebrating the commissioning of their water project by Prime Minister Josaia Voreqe Bainimarama on August 7, 2018. Emotional scenes “We have not had proper water supply as long as I…

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Fiji to tackle human traffickers with an iron hand

Nemani Delaibatiki National Security and Defence Minister Inoke Kubuabola has said that Police are investigating a ‘possible case of modern day slavery’ involving a South Korean group. He made the disclosure in Bali, Indonesia on August 8, 2018, during the Ministerial Conference of the Bali Process on the growing scale and complexity of people smuggling, human trafficking and related transnational…

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Welfare Group cites inequality among Rugby players

Sourced Content The Pacific Rugby Players Welfare Group (PRPWG) believes that there is inequality in terms of the power sharing on the World Rugby Council, which needs to be addressed. The Group has launched a campaign to address what they call ‘under-representation of Pacific nations at the Council.’ New Initiative ‘Seats at The Table’ is a new initiative seeking to highlight…

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Pool puts FijiFirst far ahead of the rest

Joyti Pratibha The FijiFirst Government has received a big tick from Fijians for its performance in its first four-year term, the latest Fiji Sun-Razor Pool has revealed. The Pool asked respondents to rate the FijiFirst Government’s performance. About 60% rated it as ‘Good,’ 21% said it was ‘Average’ while 19% rated it as ‘Poor.’ The rating correlates with the response…

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