Public Rental Board Awareness
The PRB office in the Nasinu District started their school holiday awareness program yesterday at the Nadera PRB flats. Stakeholders in the Nasinu area, Nasinu Town Council, National Fire Authority, Valelevu Health Center and Valelevu Police Station are all part of this wonderful I initiative.
Today the awareness will be at Saioni PRB residence and ends tomorrow at Newtown.
Wainadoi Community Post
The Southern Division Community Policing officers got together with members of the Wainadoi Settlement on Saturday the 14th of November to set up the Zone Three Crime Prevention Committee.
According to Corporal Sevuloni Waqa this is a huge step forward for the Wainadoi community because of the different faiths and denomination that exist in their community. They have Methodists. Catholics, Hindus, Islam’s just to name a few and all these groups are represented in the crime prevention committee
And this Saturday the community is getting together at the Wainadoi Community Post for a Senior Citizens Day
Ten schools in the Suva area will be part of the PREVENTION of CHILD ABUSE and NEGLECT program on Thursday 19th of November at Sukuna Park. Holy Trinity, Suva Grammar, Saint Anne’s, Dudley Intermediate, Dudley High Nehru Primary, John Wesley, Marist Brothers, and Cathedral Secondary. Juvenile Officer DC Avinesh Dutt confirmed that all these schools will be part of this initiative and the program on Thursday will begin with a march from Flea market to Sukuna Park led by the Fiji Police Band. The Fiji Police Juvenile Bureau, UNICEF, Social Welfare and the Ministry of Education will be spearheading the program
Police Win Raikiliu Sevens
The Fiji Police Sevens team started their sevens season on a high note. The team ably led by Paul Keponi won the USP RAIKILIU 7’S at the USP grounds after defeating Marist in the finals. Without many of their key players the Police teams were able to hold off a spirited challenge from the Marist team.
Team Admin Officer Sgt Suliano Tevita said the team is on a rebuilding process and should be ready to defend the Bayleys Coral Coast Sevens early next year and rugby fans should expect some new faces in the Police team.