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More than 160 Fiji peacekeepers who arrived home last weekend from the Middle-East are in quarantine and undergoing a series of Covid-19 tests.
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Two weeks after terminating the contracts of almost 300 workers, the Air Terminal Services in Fiji is advertising 106 positions.
Fiji's National Federation Party, (NFP), has welcomed the end of suspension for its Opposition Sodelpa colleagues.
The man who raised allegations against the Vice-Chancellor of the University of the South Pacific has spoken out.
The Fiji Football Association is hopeful its national team can make history by being the first-ever Pacific Island women's team to qualify for the World Cup.
Fiji's Registrar of Political Parties has lifted the suspension of the country's main opposition party.
The Vice President of the Social Democratic Liberal Party, Sodelpa, in Fiji is urging a former party leader to work with the new executives to get the party moving forward.
The union representing hundreds of workers laid off by the Air Terminal Services (ATS) in Fiji says it has filed legal action against the government-owned company.
The head of Fiji's Hotels and Tourism Association says Australia's plan to extend its international travel ban to possibly next year is the "worst-case" scenario for Fiji and the Pacific region.
A health emergency operation is expected in Fiji this weekend when more than 150 soldiers arrive home from the middle-east amid fears of Covid-19 infection.
An alliance of civil society groups in Fiji is calling for urgent action to respond to what it says is a growing humanitarian crisis. Audio
A tourism specialist says Fiji's plan to open its borders soon in a so-called 'Bula Bubble' with New Zealand and Australia is a sign of "desperation" and "realistically may not succeed". Audio
The New Zealand government says it's taking a cautious approach to Fiji's 'Bula Bubble' proposal.
The Air Terminal Services in Fiji has come under heavy criticism following its decision to lay off almost half of its workforce due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Audio
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Fijians have been told the government's plan to open the country's borders to visitors is safe.