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15th November

2018 General Elections: Provisional results from 1480 stations

PROVISIONAL results from 1478 stations (top 10 candidates) : Josaia Voreqe Bainimarama – 137,643 Sitiveni Rabuka- 64,515 Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum – 15,117 Biman Prasad- 10,343 Lynda Tabuya – 7071 Alipate Nagata – 5158 Ro Teimumu Kepa-...

2018 General Election: Provisional results from 1328 stations

PROVISIONAL results from 1328 stations (top 10 candidates) : Josaia Voreqe Bainimarama – 126420 Sitiveni Rabuka- 58927 Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum – 13648 Biman Prasad- 9397 Lynda Tabuya – 6395 Alipate Nagata – 4722 Ro Teimumu Kepa- 4152 Praveen Kumar– 3954 Mosese Bulitavu – 3757 Antonio Lalabalavu – 2968

14th November

2018 General Elections: Provisional results from 908 stations

PROVISIONAL results from 908 stations (top 10 candidates) : Josaia Voreqe Bainimarama – 84907   Sitiveni Rabuka- 38102   Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum – 8957   Biman Prasad- 6062 Lynda Tabuya – 3999 Alipate Nagata – 3139 Mosese Bulitavu – 3057 Praveen Kumar–2866 Ro Teimumu Kepa- 2815 Antonio Lalabalavu – 2546     Niko Nawaikula – 1019

2018 General Elections: 17 polling stations closed, 6094 voters affected

ADVERSE weather conditions have prevented 6,094 voters from voting with the Fijian Elections Office deciding to close 17 polling venues. Supervisor of Elections, Mohammed Saneem said some of the venues were flooded and the decision to close these stations was made after discussions with the Electoral Commission. Mr Saneem said these voters would be given...

2018 General Elections: Slow start in Pacific Harbour

VOTING process at the Pacific Harbour Arts Village Cultural Centre started slow this morning.   Out of the 1282 voters registered to cast their votes at the centre only 400 had cast their vote before noon.   Lepanoni settlement in Serua resident Savirio Waqa who cast his vote at the centre today said the process...

2018 General Elections: Elections officials help voters

DESPITE inclement weather and the challenges faced by the physically challenged, many have found a way to get to their polling stations and vote. Sunil Kumar, a disabled person, was amongst the 2970 people expected to cast their vote at Natabua High School today. Fijian Elections Office officials have said they have assisted a number...

2018 General Elections: Raj content with polling at stations

MEDIA Industry Development Authority chairman and Fiji Human Rights and Anti-Discrimination director Ashwin Raj says it has been “smooth sailing” at polling stations. ” I have been to Arts Village in Pacific Harbour and now at Rampur School and will be heading towards Suva,” he said. “No major issues so far. It is good to...

2018 General Elections: Voters want better education system

FOR 19- year-old Joseph Hickes he hopes that the party he has voted will improve on the education system in Fiji if it forms the next government. Casting his vote for the first time at the Sila Central High School, the Matokana, Ono-i-Lau lad said he wanted his vote to make a difference. “I am...

2018 General Elections: Over 64,000 voters expected in Nadi

CLOSE to 64,700 people are expected to vote in 60 polling venues from Sabeto to Yako in Nadi today. The largest polling venues include Votualevu College with 2108, Votualevu Public School with 3135, Dratabu Community Hall with 1298, Korocuto Primary with 3867, Malolo Sangam Temple with 1339, Nadi Muslim Primary with 3283 and Nawaka District...

10th November

Oceania 7s: Tonga and Cook Island qualify for HK 7s

TONGA and Cook Islands have secured a spot each in the 2019 Hong Kong qualifier tournament. This after the teams win their fifth place semi finals at the 2018 Oceania 7s in Suva today. This is not the end for these teams as the winner of the fifth place playoff will secure a spot in...

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