Teenagers who allegedly plotted to carry out terror attack which ‘involved killing cop, shooting rampage’ during Anzac Day celebrations in Melbourne at the weekend are believed to be linked to Neil Prakash, an Australian man of Fijian-Indian and Cambodian descent.
FemLINKPACIFIC has called on Fiji’s Ministry of Defence to ensure full participation of women, particularly those living in the rural areas, during its public consultations on the review of the country’s national security and defence sector.
Fiji’s hope carrier, Ba FC is aiming to reach its second grand final of the OFC Champions League and is eager to take the field against newcomers Team Wellington in the second semi-final tonight at ANZ Stadium.
The Magistrate Court in Suva today set a pre-trial date for Suva businessman Benjamin Padarath and lawyer Aseri Vakaloloma.
The pair is charged with one count of forgery each.
Both defence lawyers Rajendra Chaudhry and Filimoni Vosarogo were not present in court.
FICAC lawyer Shalini Sanmogam told the court that they are still awaiting Vakaloloma to discuss issues concerning the proposed agreed facts with his lawyer Vosarogo.
It is alleged that between October 14 and December 31 2009, Padarath, with intent to defraud, forged a document, namely the Articles of Association for BECP Engineering Construction Fiji Limited whereby making a false page of the Articles of Association by altering the particulars of subscribers from an Adishwar Padarath to Voreqe Bainimarama and placed his signature as one of the subscribers.
It is alleged that Vakaloloma placed his signature on the forged document.
All NZ final in Champs LeagueIt will be an all New Zealand final in the 2015 Fiji Airways OFC Champions League after Fiji’s hope carrier, Ba was beaten 2-0 by Team Wellington in the second semi-final tonight at ANZ Stadium.
'Green'-tinted SUVs at Seoul Motor ShowGas-guzzling SUVs, eco-friendly electric cars and the odd brave attempt to marry the selling points of both are taking centre stage at the biennial Seoul Motor Show.
The Rolling Stones’ Sticky Fingers to get deluxe reissueSticky Fingers, the 1971 classic which is one of the most revered albums in the catalogue of the legendary Rolling Stones, and which captured the band at their peak, on timeless tracks such as Brown Sugar, Wild Horses, Bitch, Sister Morphine and Dead Flowers, is to be reissued worldwide on May 22.