Lynda Tabuya

May 29, 2024

In a move to address growing public concern, Fiji’s Prime Minister Sitiveni Rabuka addressed the nation, by promising transparency and public involvement in the upcoming legislative process to amend the

May 29, 2024

The National Federation Party (NFP), the second major party in Fiji’s 3-party Coalition Government, has strongly refuted allegations leveled by Lynda Tabuya, Minister for Women, Children, and Social Protection and

May 24, 2024

Fiji’s Supervisor of Elections Ana Mataiciwa referred two cases of probable electoral breaches to the Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption (FICAC), involving former Prime Minister Josaia Voreqe Bainimarama and Minister

February 12, 2024

Peoples Alliance party's disciplinary meeting with Minister for Women Lynda Tabuya ended a short while ago in Suva.

November 10, 2023

Until the vote is taken, existing monetary provisions outlined in the Parliamentary Remunerations Act 2014 and Parliamentary Retirement Allowances Act 1989 will remain in force and will be implemented as

September 29, 2023

Recent statistics released for the year 2023 indicate a decline in reported cases of child abuse but Fiji's Minister for Women and Children, Lynda Tabuya, urges caution in interpreting this

September 21, 2022

The ruling FijiFirst party has written to the Supervisor of Elections alleging breach of electoral laws including vote-buying tactics by certain aspiring Fiji 2022 election candidates, eight of whom are

March 5, 2022

The Fijian Elections Office has described as false and misleading a social media post by People's Alliance Party member Lynda Tabuya today, directing her to remove or correct the post

February 7, 2022

Newly sworn-in Fijian Parliamentarians, Fiji First's Howard Politini Jnr and SODELPA's Ratu Jone Seniloli made promises to serve Fijians for the remainder of the term before the 2022 General Elections
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