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Two Fijian women who arrived from New Zealand last month are the latest confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Fiji, and both in border quarantine.
A state funeral has been held for former Fiji Prime Minister Ratu Tevita Momedonu. He was prime minister twice, and died last week aged 74.
Several members of Fiji's Parliament have appeared in court, charged with providing false information to a public servant and obtaining financial advantage.
The Flying Fijians have gone for a mixture of youth and experience for their wooden spoon match against Georgia.
The United Nations warns there is a poor understanding of HIV/AIDS in the Pacific and the stigma relating to it in the region. Audio
Controversial developer does not have approval to carry out works on Malolo Island, a Fiji court is told.
The latest news from Melanesia. Audio
Fiji police have questioned eight of officers over their alleged involvement in the death of a robbery suspect last month.
Viliame Gavoka has been elected as leader of Fiji's main opposition party, and he's laid down a challenge for his MPs - as well plans for the country's future. Audio
The new leader of Fiji's SODELPA warns there is no place in the party for personalities and factions. Audio
Fiji police are once again investigating an alleged brutality incident involving its officers.
Fiji has announced four new cases of Covid-19 at within the border quarantine facilities.
Fiji is mourning the loss of a former prime minister who headed the country twice but for the shortest period during one of the darkest moments of its history.
The international airport in the Marshall Islands took on a festive air on Friday as a special charter flight arrived bringing several dozen workers and their families.
Fiji's main opposition party has a new leader.
A former Fiji soldier has been sentenced to life in prison for killing his four-month-old daughter.
Fijian businesses are reflecting on a tough year after facing the dual devastating impacts brought about by a pandemic and tropical cyclone. Audio
A former University of Fiji head has lost a judicial review bid against the government.