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There's more confusion in Fiji surrounding the leadership role of the main opposition party.
The head of the Catholic Church in Fiji says he was not aware of allegations of sexual abuse levelled against the church this week. Audio
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Fiji's High Court has denied an application for an injunction against the termination of the Air Terminal Services staff.
As the Covid-19 pandemic causes economic uncertainty in the Pacific, tourism has been in the front and centre of the health crisis in the region. Audio
The French community in Fiji is to celebrate Bastille Day this weekend in a new way.
Eight police officers in Fiji charged over the beating of two people have been released on bail.
Fiji is battling the impacts of both the Covid-19 pandemic and Cyclone Harold, which left widespread devastation when it struck the country in April. Audio
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Fiji's main opposition party is looking for its next generation of leaders, as its party's problems continue.
Five new cases of Covid-19 have been confirmed in Fiji, all of them in border quarantine.
The New Zealand Navy will not be boarding suspicious fishing vessels in the Pacific due to the risk of Covid-19.
Thirty players have been inducted into Fiji Rugby's first ever women's high performance academy, in preparation for the 2021 World Cup.
The harsh economic realities of tourists staying away from Island holidayspots are really starting to bite. Audio
Eight police officers in Fiji have been charged over the beating of two people in Tavua in March.
Sitiveni Rabuka is no longer the leader of Fiji's main opposition party, Sodelpa..
The Fiji National Rugby League has axed the reserve and junior grades from this year's Vodafone Cup domestic competition, to help mitigate the impacts of Covid-19.
With Fiji tourism hard-hit by Covid-19, businesses dependent on foreigners are now focussed on attracting locals.