August 13, 2021

Twelve members of the Australian Defence Force arrived in the country and went into quarantine at Lekutu Secondary School in Bua, where they will begin rebuilding works. Mata ni Tikina o

June 1, 2021

Close to 4000 farmers struggling from the combined effects of TC Yasa, TC Ana and lately, COVID-19, will benefit from the second phase of the Cash for Land Cultivation initiative

January 22, 2021

Four people from the Ministry of Agriculture are in Vanua Levu this week to carry out an initial assessment of pest and disease outbreak in the Northern Division following Severe

January 13, 2021

Fiji’s National Provident Fund has paid out close to $2.5 million to almost 2000 members via the Tropical Cyclone Yasa relief scheme. As of Tuesday this week, the Fund had paid

December 28, 2020

Transportation of emergency relief supplies take precedence during the 30-day state of natural disaster, Fiji’s Minister for Natural Disaster, Maritime Development and Disaster Management Inia Seruiratu reminded stakeholders as Tropical

December 25, 2020

The United Kingdom and Australian governments this week provided additional humanitarian relief supplies to assist Fijians cope with the impacts of severe Tropical Cyclone Yasa. Their latest assist include manpower, shelters,

December 21, 2020

United States Ambassador to Fiji Joseph Cella today announced the approval of US$100,000 (FJD$204,550) to support post-Tropical Cyclone Yasa relief works in worst-affected communities in the country. TC Yasa, one of

December 18, 2020

Fiji's National Disaster Management Office confirmed two people died during the height of severe Tropical Cyclone Yasa impacting more than 93,000 people and a preliminary estimate of damage placed the

December 18, 2020

Fiji's Roads Authority closed 72 roads across the country, mostly due to flooding overnight from the effects of severe tropical cyclone Yasa which continues its track through the Lau waters

December 18, 2020

Fiji’s Divisional Commissioner Central Josefa Navuku is pleased with the proactive response from people living in the central division, which he says is a sharp contrast to events of Tropical
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