Apr 21, 2019 Last Updated 4:50 AM, Apr 19, 2019

Stricken boat aims for land

By Samisoni Pareti Authorities are confident the stricken inter-island ferry the Liahona 2 with 121 passengers and 10 crew in Fiji’s southern waters will be able to reach land safely this evening. A statement issued this afternoon by the Maritime Safety Authority of Fiji (MSAF) under its acting CEO Captain…

Drama at sea in Fiji

By Samisoni Pareti Dramatic footage is out on social media in Fiji today over a stricken inter-island ferry that lost its front ramp in rough waters south of the capital, Suva. The roll-on, roll-off ferry called the Liahona 2 left Suva last night bound for the island of Kadavu, Fiji’s…
Last modified on Friday, 19 April 2019 16:21
    Your Royal Highness Haakon Magnus, Crown Prince of Norway. Ni Sa Bula Vinaka Saka and humble greetings of welcome to our home of Fiji. No doubt you will be enjoying the flavour of our island home and the many sights, sounds of our paradise. As you meet with…
By Samantha Magick Fiji Airports has issued suspension notices to a number of air traffic controllers who have been on strike since March 18 over salary claims and working conditions. The action by the air traffic controllers in taking ‘coordinated leave’  was declared illegal by the Minister for Employment, Productivity…
Last modified on Saturday, 30 March 2019 00:59

Suva high-rise woos investors

By Peni Komaisavai Investors wishing to buy within the WG International building taking shape on the Suva skyline can now pay a 10 per cent deposit to secure their unit. WG International Real Estate Company (Fiji) Limited General Marketing Director Ron Ding says this applies to prime freehold strata units…
Last modified on Monday, 01 April 2019 09:33

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