Archive [ 2013 January 20 ]

Labasa wary
Fiji Sports

Labasa wary

We can’t afford to slip further: Lal By RITESH KUMAR The Kalyanji Pala Labasa soccer team needs to beat Shop N Sav...

Blues seal first win
Fiji Sports

Blues seal first win

By ANASILINI RATUVA The Shop N Save Lautoka soccer team recorded their first win in the Fiji Sun/GP Batteries Nation...

Nadi edge Rewa at home, Ba is next
Fiji Sports

Nadi edge Rewa at home, Ba is next

By VUNIWAQA BOLA Nadi defeated Rewa 2-1 in their third game of the Fiji Sun/GP Batteries National Football League. W...

No excuses: Navua
Fiji Sports

No excuses: Navua

By VUNIWAQA BOLA Navua had no excuses when they lost to Ba 2-0 in the Fiji Sun/GP Batteries National Football League...

Three points  matter: Dutt
Fiji Sports

Three points matter: Dutt

By VUNIWAQA BOLA 4R Electrical Ba soccer coach Yogend Dutt was satisfied with the 2-0 win against Navua yesterday. D...

Yamacia bows out in style
Fiji Sports

Yamacia bows out in style

By WAISEA NASOKIA Surprise package and crowd favourite Yamacia of Navosa went down fighting in the Cup quarterfinal ...

Parties plan talk in Suva
FIJI NEWS

Parties plan talk in Suva

A-G: Speculation. We’ll respond if anything concrete. By JYOTI PRATIBHA The “old” political parties, some prev...

Singh: Politicians have it wrong
FIJI NEWS

Singh: Politicians have it wrong

‘Decree best thing for Fijian politics’ By MAIKELI SERU Labasa businessman and former parliamentarian Charan Jea...

Tuikilakila opens church
FIJI NEWS

Tuikilakila opens church

By ANA SOVARAKI Navosai Methodist Church members, of Narere, Nasinu, are working towards becoming an official circui...

Minors and rape worry police
FIJI NEWS

Minors and rape worry police

By FONUA TALEI The increase in the number of reported rapes, especially those by people of trust and minors, is a re...

Talk safety to kids, says Police
FIJI NEWS

Talk safety to kids, says Police

By SALASEINI TAWAKE Parents are requested to talk about safety issues with their children over the weekend before sc...

Qauia youths work as one
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Qauia youths work as one

By FONUA TALEI Youths from the 14 zones of Qauia Village, Lami, conducted their first fundraising event yesterday. A...

Twin toddlers drown in pond
FIJI NEWS

Twin toddlers drown in pond

By FONUA TALEI Twin sisters, aged 1 year and 11 months each, are the latest drowning victims since the start of the ...

Sevens fantastic: Tietjens
Fiji Sports

Sevens fantastic: Tietjens

By WAISEA NASOKIA New Zealand 7s Coach Gordon Tietjens says the Uprising Fiji International 7s is a fantastic tourna...

Benedito in  7s squad
Fiji Sports

Benedito in 7s squad

By WAISEA NASOKIA Eremasi Benedito has forced his way into the Digicel Fiji 7s squad for the Wellington and Las Vega...

March 16 rumble sealed
Fiji Sports

March 16 rumble sealed

By KAVITA NAIDU The return match between Junior Farzan Ali and Opeti Tagi for the welterweight title was signed in N...

Korowale committed
Fiji Sports

Korowale committed

By VUNIWAQA BOLA Inia Korowale aims to play indoor and beach volleyball. Korowale played for Suva One at the Fiji Br...

Speight ready  to rock
Fiji Sports

Speight ready to rock

By Chris Dutton of the Canberra Times He arrived as the Fijian flyer with speed to burn but Henry Speight says he’...

Hard work pays off for Baba
Fiji Sports

Hard work pays off for Baba

By VUNIWAQA BOLA Two years of sacrifice has finally paid off for Sevunivola Baba. He will travel to New Zealand at t...

Army defends Perpetual Cup
Fiji Sports

Army defends Perpetual Cup

By RITESH KUMAR HMT Army defeated Novotel VICC by nine wickets to defend the Suva Cricket Perpetual Cup title at Alb...

Suva City Council is happy as investor confidence takes  shape
Business

Suva City Council is happy as investor confidence takes shape

By RANOBA BAOA A building under construction cannot go unnoticed in the eyes of passersby through Samabula, Suva. In...

Fijian art inspires soldier Ana’s underwear design
Business

Fijian art inspires soldier Ana’s underwear design

By Stephen Lloyd writing for GET HAMPSHIRE A soldier based at RAF Odiham is hoping to cause a stir with her new bran...

Seven dryers for seven winners
Business

Seven dryers for seven winners

By RANOBA BOA Seven people around the country yesterday each won a Bosch Tumble-Dryer as part of R.C. Manubhai &...

Dreamliner woes put spotlight on lithium ion battery risks
Business

Dreamliner woes put spotlight on lithium ion battery risks

By KEN BENSINGER witing for the Los Angeles Times Chances are the same kind of battery that twice caught fire in Boe...

Project reaps business results for Macuata women
Business

Project reaps business results for Macuata women

By ANSHOO CHANDRA Writing for Ministry of Social Welfare, Women and Poverty Alleviation The Mataniwai Bakery in Macu...

Housing  Authority writes off  loans to help  thousands
Business

Housing Authority writes off loans to help thousands

Source: HOUSING AUTHORITY  OF FIJI Housing Authority has written off a total of 236 home loans for nationwide under...

Party registration
Letters

Party registration

Arun Prasad Nausori In light of the Political Parties (Registration, Conduct, Funding and Disclosure) Decree 2013, I...

What next?
Letters

What next?

Nardeo Mishra Suva What happens next if none of the political parties get registered for the forthcoming elections?

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