Archive for September 26th, 2017

Sydney Airport radar back on line

Sydney Airport radar back on line

Authorities are expecting a backlog of delayed flights at Sydney Airport to clear after a computer glitch that forces the cancellation of dozens of flights on Monday morning. Passengers were left facing hours of delays when the air traffic control software failed about 5am. A cyber attack has been ruled out as the cause of […]

Fijian Holdings set vision towards accommodation tourism

Fijian Holdings set vision towards accommodation tourism

The Fijian Holdings Limited Group growth in the last financial year is widely attributed to its tourism subsidiaries. In light of this, the Group plans to further expand in the tourism industry this financial year. Group Chief Executive, Nouzab Fareed says FHL is in discussion with three potential investors to venture into accommodation tourism. “Tourism […]

North Korea says Donald Trump ‘declared war first

North Korea says Donald Trump ‘declared war first

US President Donald Trump has declared war on North Korea, Pyongyang says, adding that it reserves the right to take countermeasures, including shooting down US bombers even if they are not in its airspace. “The whole world should clearly remember it was the US who first declared war on our country,” Foreign Minister Ri Yong […]

Services at CWM Hospital remains undisrupted

Services at CWM Hospital remains undisrupted

The Ministry of Health and Medical Services says the maternity services at the CWM Hospital remain undisrupted and all services are operating normally. Fijivillage has reported that CWM Hospital’s Labour Ward in the Maternity Unit is closed and delivery services have been temporarily relocated. When asked by Fijivillage, the Health Ministry had earlier said that […]

Showdown over Sunday penalty rates begins

Showdown over Sunday penalty rates begins

Unions and business groups will face off in the Federal Court today as a hearing begins on the Fair Work Commission’s decision to cut Sunday and public holiday penalty rates. A full court of five judges will sit in Melbourne over the next three days to hear an appeal by unions against the commission’s decision. […]