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2nd April, 2020Source: Fiji Times
FNU To Roll Out Landmark Events

A series of landmark events are scheduled to take place within the coming months that will highlight Fiji National University’s transformation as a pre-eminent national university of the region. Speaking during the university’s graduation ceremony in Labasa last week, vice-chancellor Prof Nigel Healey said this year FNU would graduate its first PhD students. In the…Read More


2nd April, 2020Source: Fiji Times
All-Rounder Graduate Thanks Husband For Support

Earning the best allrounder graduate award was just the frosting on the cake for Jotishma Karan who graduated with an Advanced Diploma in Leadership and Management from the Fiji National University. The mother of two was part of the 101 graduates who graduated from the university’s Labasa campus last Thursday. The Bulileka native said her…Read More


2nd April, 2020Source: Fiji Times
Chatter On Inferiority Of Credits By FNU Not True, Says Chief

Chatter on social media of the inferiority of credits presented by Fiji National University compared with other tertiary institutions is not true, says Tui Macuata Ratu Wiliame Katonivere. Addressing the 101 graduates of the university’s Labasa campus last week, Ratu Wiliame called on students to take pride in their achievements. “Stay focused and think of…Read More


2nd April, 2020Source: Fiji Times
Graduation Ceremony

Families, friends and loved ones gathered at the Labasa Civic Centre on Wednesday last week to witness the successful achievements of their loved ones who graduated from the Fiji National University’s (FNU) Labasa campus. All were treated to refreshments and entertainment after the graduation ceremony. Tui Macuata Ratu Wiliame Katonivere officiated at the ceremony.


1st April, 2020
STATEMENT BY THE MINISTER FOR HEALTH AND MEDICAL SERVICES HON DR IFEREIMI WAQAINABETE

Bula Vinaka. After conducting 368 tests ––including another 11 last night –– Fiji has zero new confirmed cases of the COVID-19 virus. Still, there is zero room for complacency.  We may still have five cases, all of whom remain in stable condition, but that shouldn’t lead anyone to believe this crisis is behind us. If…Read More