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Navin Naidu In Police Custody

Wednesday, 13 June 2001, 3:45 pm | Fiji Peoples Coalition Government

Terrorist George Speight's `lawyer', Navin Naidu was taken in by Fiji police for questioning last night. More >>

Maori Says Land Needs To Be Nationalised

Wednesday, 13 June 2001, 11:45 am | Fiji Peoples Coalition Government

In an article published today in the Fiji Sun, Te Karere Ipurangi states that Fiji needs a revolutionary party to nationalise land and other means of production. The author stated that the Fiji Labour Party was not revolutionary enough and that Fiji's ... More >>

Speight case adjourned for another month

Tuesday, 12 June 2001, 10:54 am | Fiji Peoples Coalition Government

The Chief Magistrate has again adjourned the preliminary investigation in the Speight treason case by a month. His ground was that Speight needed the time to find "adequate legal representation". More >>

Terrorist George Speight's `lawyer' is no lawyer

Tuesday, 12 June 2001, 10:54 am | Fiji Peoples Coalition Government

Yesterday Naidu was denied permission to practice in Fiji temporarily. The rejection of his application came in light of the fact that the University of London, from where Naidu claims he has received his law degree, denied that Naidu had graduated ... More >>

Cane Farmers - Qarase - Indigenous Rights

Friday, 8 June 2001, 11:31 am | Fiji Peoples Coalition Government

Representatives of the sugar cane farmers who won the Sugar Cane Growers Council election held last month are boycotting the first meeting of the Sugar Cane Growers Council meeting scheduled for today. More >>

CJ Judiciary – SDL Deal - Church Terrorist Support

Thursday, 7 June 2001, 10:54 am | Fiji Peoples Coalition Government

This time Tuivaga has appointed Michael Scott to preside on the case involving the writ of the Citizens Constitutional Forum against the decision of the President Ratu Josefa Iloilo to reappoint Laisenia Qarase as the Prime Minister, and for breaching ... More >>

Terrorist Speight hires Indian American lawyer

Wednesday, 6 June 2001, 10:09 am | Fiji Peoples Coalition Government

The terrorist George Speight and his brother Jim Speight have hired an American lawyer of ethnic Indian origin to defend them in the treason charge against them. More >>

Police, prosecution negligence continues

Wednesday, 6 June 2001, 10:08 am | Fiji Peoples Coalition Government

The state's prosecution arms continue to absent themselves from cases against terrorists. More >>

Soldier arrested for being armed in public

Wednesday, 6 June 2001, 10:08 am | Fiji Peoples Coalition Government

Media reports state that the soldier was carrying a pistol in Suva. The pistol was from the military armoury, and was taken out for the military's shooting practice the same day. The military stated that it was investigating how could a solider take ... More >>

The Treason Charge

Friday, 1 June 2001, 11:09 am | Fiji Peoples Coalition Government

The preliminary inquiry on the charge of treason against the terrorists George Speight and his band of thugs has been deferred to next week. This was after Speight sacked his lawyer Rabo Matebalavu. More >>

Terrorists Planned To Blow Up Banks And Ships

Thursday, 31 May 2001, 3:44 pm | Fiji Peoples Coalition Government

The George Speight terrorist group had planned to blow up banks, ships, the Magistrates Court was told on Tuesday. More >>

Fiji: Police Murder - Tarakinikini Case - Rambuka

Tuesday, 29 May 2001, 12:55 am | Fiji Peoples Coalition Government

Savua blames stress for police murder - Tarakinikini case still open - Rabuka defends terrorist financier More >>

Speight Case Begins

Tuesday, 29 May 2001, 12:34 am | Fiji Peoples Coalition Government

The treason case against terrorist George Speight and others begins today with an oral preliminary inquiry. More >>

Military, Police Asked To Accept Election Results

Tuesday, 22 May 2001, 10:38 am | Fiji Peoples Coalition Government

The military has been asked to publicly reaffirm that it will accept the results of a free and fair election. More >>

FIJI: Will military ensure will of the people?

Monday, 14 May 2001, 3:14 pm | Fiji Peoples Coalition Government

The role of the military has been questioned by the Citizens Constitutional Forum today the 14th anniversary of the first military coup. More >>

14 Years Today After 1st Military Coup

Monday, 14 May 2001, 9:57 am | Fiji Peoples Coalition Government

The coup, led by third ranking and little known army colonel, Sitiveni Rabuka, deposed the democratically elected government of Dr. Timoci Bavadra. Dr. Bavadra led the Fiji Labour Party. More >>

Sevusevu To Terrorists Was Authorised By Commander

Wednesday, 9 May 2001, 3:38 pm | Fiji Peoples Coalition Government

The sevusevu which was presented to the terrorists in the Parliament Complex last year as they were holding the government hostage, was done at the expressed approval of the Commander of the Military, Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama. More >>

Qarase To Free Speight Terrorists

Monday, 7 May 2001, 10:52 am | Fiji Peoples Coalition Government

It is becoming clearer by the day that the Qarase regime intends to free the terrorists who held the government hostage last year. More >>

Fiji: Intelligence reports were withheld from Govt

Tuesday, 1 May 2001, 12:49 am | Fiji Peoples Coalition Government

Intelligence reports on the activities of the days prior to 19 May were not given to the government. More >>

Report implicates Rabuka, Savua as leaders of coup

Thursday, 19 April 2001, 10:57 am | Fiji Peoples Coalition Government

Report implicates Rabuka, Savua as leaders of attempted coup Issue No: 687 19 April 2001 More >>

   

 
 
 
 
 

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