Bainimarama to be sworn in today as PM for the next four years

FILIPE NAIGULEVU, FijiTimes.com FIJIFIRST leader Voreqe Bainimarama will be sworn in as the Fijian Prime Minister, serving his second term for another four years. Mr Bainimarama stays after he and his party won the 2018 General Election with about 50 percent…
2018 General Election: MOG to compile final report

FILIPE NAIGULEVU. FijiTimes.com THE Multinational Observer Group (MOG) is continuing its work to compile the final report on the 2018 General Election. MOG co-chair Jane Prentice said although these important processes were now complete, the MOG’s work was ongoing. “While…
Reshuffle to deal with Mendi issue

A number of police officers have been forced to make way and others have been transferred in the aftermath of the Mendi unrest. In key actions: Chief Superintendent Joseph Tondop’s appointment as the Southern Highlands commander has been revoked, he…
Governor Ipatas calls on supporters to stop fighting

Enga Governor Sir Peter Ipatas, pictured, yesterday called on ousted Kandep MP Don Polye to accept defeat and withdraw his supporters from Wabag after days of death and destruction. He said this following more killings and destruction of property after…

Three New Faces Have Now Entered The Political Scene By Winning Their Respective Seats In The 2017 National Election. PC PNG – Three new faces have now entered the political scene by winning their respective seats in the 2017 National…