Fiji is on its way to becoming cleaner and greener!

Police Officers beaten to death by Ikpeshi youngster mob

The police force of Edo State has received the reports of a mob attack claiming the lives two on-duty police officers.

Asari Toru: NUAS executive elections conclude, new leadership in

The National Union of Asalga Students (NUAS) conducted the elections to select a new administration on saturday.

President Masisi hails Lesego Chombo for taking Botswana to Miss World

President of Botswana Mokgweetsi Masisi extended his best wishes and congratulations to Lesego Chombo for her performance at Top Model Africa.

Mnambithi CMC hosts excellence awards after Matric Results

The Mnambithi CMC has hosted an awards ceremony to celebrate the remarkable results for the matriculation class.

Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama revealed some exciting and ocean-sustainable plans for our future earlier this week at the UN Ocean Conference in Lisbon, Portugal.

By 2030, we will ban virtually all single-use plastics and recycle all PET bottles, deepening ocean literacy will be a mandatory objective within our national curriculum, and we will slash carbon emissions of our domestic shipping sector by 40%.

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After fully mapping our 1.3 million square kilometres EEZ by 2025, we will achieve total real-time surveillance of Fijian waters.

By 2030, we will produce more than 160,000 metric tonnes of sustainably farmed and harvested ocean products, supporting over 53,000 new jobs on our way to supplying half of all blue foods from sustainable fisheries by 2035.

By 2050, Fiji will be a net-zero society- our fisher-folks will have access to transport powered by sustainable propulsion – be it wind, electricity, hydrogen, or other hybrid solutions.

The Pacific at large will be traversed by green shipping fleets – lowering the energy intensity of global trade.

All fishing nets in Fijian waters must be biodegradable, and the Fijian Government intends to create 100,000 new blue economy jobs–more than a tenth of our current population.

Police Officers beaten to death by Ikpeshi youngster mob

The police force of Edo State has received the reports of a mob attack claiming the lives two on-duty police officers.

Asari Toru: NUAS executive elections conclude, new leadership in

The National Union of Asalga Students (NUAS) conducted the elections to select a new administration on saturday.

President Masisi hails Lesego Chombo for taking Botswana to Miss World

President of Botswana Mokgweetsi Masisi extended his best wishes and congratulations to Lesego Chombo for her performance at Top Model Africa.

Mnambithi CMC hosts excellence awards after Matric Results

The Mnambithi CMC has hosted an awards ceremony to celebrate the remarkable results for the matriculation class.

Chief Cooma concerned for increased drug abuse in chiefdom

Chief Cooma of the Tonga People of Choma District has come forward to express his concern on the high levels of drug abuse in the chiefdom.

Malawi Red Cross society to heighten disaster relief

Malawi Red Cross Society has started working on upgrading their disaster response for the rainy season and donated essential items to people.