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$174m given to landowners under the ERD Policy

Mr Kuruvakadua said the ERD has been a blessing for the iTaukei community in a number of ways.

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Fraudulent land dealings in Lautoka

It has also been brought to our attention that Nazo recently visited residents of Tavakubu Settlement and Kashmir in Lautoka and allegedly requested them to fill in TLTB lease application forms and pay her a fee of $57.50 to lease itaukei land.

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Opening of the new Nausori Sub-Regional Office

TLTB has progressed a long way since its inception in 1940. It has continued to modernize and enhance its services with modern changes and developments that will assist to meet and realize its vision – which is to provide excellent land management services to all its stakeholders.

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Landowners Seed Fund Grant Assistance handover

This year we increased the total amount of the grant and today 77 landowners and landowner groups will share a total of $350,000 ranging from $3,000 to $7,000 for each grant recipient to assist them carry out agricultural and business projects on their land. This funding assistance is from the Board as part of sharing its profits with the landowners and also a part of the Board’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program - enacouraging landowners to lease their own lands and make a living out of it.

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Revamped website launch by Bainimarama

The revamped website aims to create a user-friendly browsing experience for our trusted and valued customers, the landowners, tenants and other stakeholders.

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Board change name of GM to CEO

The key focus for Mr Kuruvakadua as CEO is to meet and deliver all needs of its stakeholders and to have a positive contribution to Fiji’s economic growth of which a large part of TLTB’s work involves the leasing of iTaukei land. TLTB manages over 40,000 various types of leases covering 422,201 hectares of land and distributes around approximate $70 million annually to its landowners says Mr Bainimarama.

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Response to Media Reports on the Denarau Court Case

The Court did not make any findings regarding nor deliberate on the status of the Sheraton and Westin Leases or any related issues regarding those leases as perpetuated in the media and social media platforms.

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Mitigating the impact of climate change

TLTB general manager Mr Tevita Kuruvakadua said that this was common in all different lease types from residential to agriculture, and from industries to tourism leases and TLTB had taken a keen interest with its tenants to address the impact of climate change.

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PM: Return Excess Land

THE iTaukei Lands Trust Board was yesterday directed by Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama to return a portion of the land they had leased to a Chinese developer without the knowledge of the landowners.
 

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Tavua Market land claim incorrect

IT has been confirmed that claims made by Mr Tevita Ralulu – a landowner and chairman of Tilivasewa Essence – the company representing Mataqali Tilivasewa in Tavua Village is baseless and therefore incorrect.

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