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Catholic World News
Fiji: prelate concerned about secularist interpretation of new constitution
According to the constitution, which was adopted in September, "religious belief is personal," "religion and the State are separate," and "no person shall assert any religious belief as a legal reason to disregard this Constitution or any other law."
7 hrs ago
5 voter registration centres open for registration
Fijians who have not yet registered to vote in the upcoming 2014 Elections are being reminded that five registration centres are open around the country.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Voter registration centres to remain open
Update: 11:58AM FIVE permanent voter registration centres around the country remain open to allow those who have not registered to vote to do so.
Guilty of misconduct
PROMINENT Lautoka lawyer Iqbal Khan can only apply for a practising certificate in March 2015, after the Independent Legal Services Commission suspended his practising certificate for 15 months.
Speed analysis for stakeholders
LTA staff members Malakai Waqa and Susau Hazelman with Police Constable Epeli Caginivalu monitor speed of vehicles along Ratu Dovi Rd in Nasinu yesterday.
Anjani Deo mourns the death of her husband Francis Deo and daughter Samantha as a family member tries to comfort her.
D-day for Driti
Pita Driti is escorted by police officers to a waiting vehicle outside the courthouse in Suva yesterday.
Wild card entrant wins title
WILD card entrant Tony Cen upset Fiji number 11 Nitesh Chand in the final to win the Coastal Rentals-sponsored Six Reds Snooker Championship at the South Seas Club in Lautoka on Saturday.
Children bring joy to home, newsroom
Members of the Holy Trinity Anglican Cathedral Sunday school during their visit at The Fiji Times newsroom in Suva yesterday.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
$50M Nadi Suva Road upgrading work among tenders
The $50 million Nadi Suva Road upgrading work is among the tenders that will be put out in January next year by the Fiji Roads Authority.
New state of the art Suva Meteorology Office opens
To ensure people of Fiji and neighboring countries continue to receive timely and accurate climate related information a new state of the art Suva Meteorology Office has been opened this morning.
Be more 'Christ-like', leaders urge
Father Anthony Lemuelu, left, of the Coptic Orthodox Church and Reverend Claude Fong Toy enjoy the lake scenery at the Raintree Lodge at Colo-i-Suva yesterday.Picture: ELIKI NUKUTABU CHURCH leaders are encouraging their congregations and members of the general public to be more "Christ-like" in their behaviour, particularly when dealing with women, ... (more)
5 free things to see in Fiji
With its white sand beaches, tropical climate and relaxed pace, Fiji has rightfully earned a reputation as a South Pacific paradise.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
The tales surrounding Buka Village
But little did I know then that where I often used to wander was the site of an ancient iTaukei village.
Number of roads under flood waters
A number of roads and bridges in the Central, Eastern and Western divisions are under flood waters and closed to all traffic.
21st century challenge
Guests at the launch of the national report by the Fiji Women's Crisis Centre at the Southern Cross Hotel in Suva.
Twist of fate
He lived most of his life supporting himself, working as a painter and doing everything in his power to keep food on his table and a roof over his head.
March organised for International Day for Human Rights
To mark International Day for Human Rights, a march is being organised by the Fiji Women's Crisis Centre this morning.
Civic, Northpole lead Suva's charge
TWO Suva and Navua clubs have qualified for the Kriz Signs National Club Championship which will be played this weekend at Prince Charles Park in Nadi.
IT will cost Fiji about $47million per square kilometre to rebuild the Suva Peninsula if proper disaster risk reduction strategies are not made before a natural disaster.