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PM’s lawyer seek stay of trial

Lawyers representing Prime Minister Peter O’Neill yesterday moved another application before the Supreme Court seeking to temporary stay the judicial review into the validity of his warrant of arrest.

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PM’s lawyers appeal against joiner in High Court

Fiji PM: Government will not give up on the sugar industry

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama made the comments while speaking at the 48th Session of the International Sugar Organization (ISO) Council in London.

Bainimarama said the sugar cane industry is Fiji’s second biggest revenue earner and involves around 200,000 Fijians.

Government, Bainimarama said is committed to modernizing the industry by embracing new technology to improve yields.

 He added sugar is irreplaceable economically especially in the near term and cannot be allowed to decline.

PM defends flyover cost

Prime Minister Peter O'Neill warned.parliamentarians yesterday to.argue.with.facts.and.evidence and not emotions.

O'Neill stated that at times leading the country was.not.always social media friendly but he said that parliament needed  to run on facts.

He says that despite.unpopular feedback.on the funding.of the.flyover, members should take.heed.of the recent.issue.such as the.funding. controversy.and.ask.the right people to get the.right.funding amount.