Archive [ 2013 March 1 ]

Red Rock eyes fourth title
Fiji Sports

Red Rock eyes fourth title

By ANASILINI RATUVA Red Rock aims to secure their fourth Fiji Bitter Nawaka 7s which starts today at Prince Charles ...

Blues promise good show
Fiji Sports

Blues promise good show

By ANASILINI RATUVA The Lautoka soccer team aims to display another good performance in the Fiji Sun/GP Batteries Na...

Bribery ‘news to me’
Fiji Sports

Bribery ‘news to me’

By VUNIWAQA BOLA-BARI Lautoka Football Association president Shalendra Prasad says allegations against them of bribi...

Lelean learns from Cowboys
Fiji Sports

Lelean learns from Cowboys

By SITERI NAVUTOVUTO Lelean Memorial School hopes the ties it has built with the North Queensland Cowboys Rugby Leag...

USA also dependent on scheme for growth
Business

USA also dependent on scheme for growth

By ELLEN STOLZ The US Government’s budget crisis, if not addressed soon, could lead to major cuts affecting busine...

Fiji-US  Business Council elects new president
Business

Fiji-US Business Council elects new president

By ELLEN STOLZ “We need to become that link between the US Government and the Fijian Government and the link betwe...

Manganese deposits may generate near $5m a year,says Sanday
Business

Manganese deposits may generate near $5m a year,says Sanday

By RANOBA BAOA Once their mining permits have been approved, the country’s only manganese miner, Viti Mining Limit...

Six new companies strive for excellence in 2013 awards
Business

Six new companies strive for excellence in 2013 awards

By RANOBA BAOA Six organisations in the Central division have come onboard to be part of the Fiji Business Excellenc...

New service to greatly assist foreign investors
Business

New service to greatly assist foreign investors

By ELLEN STOLZ A new service called the ‘single window clearance service’ will be put into place in April this y...

Lorry comments spark concern
Business

Lorry comments spark concern

By JOELENE TUIMOALA Proposed plans by the Sugar Industry Tribunal to minimise the use of trucks to transport cane to...

Putting the innovation back into vocational studies
Comments

Putting the innovation back into vocational studies

Josua Tuwere Deputy Editor/Production Technical or vocational training has always had an image problem in Fiji. Call...

Aviation safety in Fiji
Letters

Aviation safety in Fiji

Robert Kruger Denarau The Airports Fiji Limited (AFL) 2011 Annual Report included the news that Automatic Dependent ...

7s selectors
Letters

7s selectors

Seru Rokosuka Nakasi I am glad that Frank Boivert has finally learned to keep his mouth shut because Dan Lobendahn t...

Whole Day
Letters

Whole Day

Sukha Singh Labasa Couldn’t vodafone use the previous mobile and M-Paisa registrations and just issue an e-ticketi...

Respecting differences
Letters

Respecting differences

Floyd Robinson Suva The recent case involving a mother who declared her disappointment about her daughter being made...

Cyclone Evan
Letters

Cyclone Evan

Naleen Krishna Lautoka I write this letter on behalf of my family to express our thanks and deep appreciation to the...

More soldiers for West rehab
FIJI NEWS

More soldiers for West rehab

By MAIKELI SERU More army personnel may soon be deployed to the Western Division this week to help complete rehabili...

New home sites in North
FIJI NEWS

New home sites in North

By JOELENE TUIMOALA Villagers and government officials are now working together to identify specific areas in villag...

76 promo winners picked
FIJI NEWS

76 promo winners picked

By FARISHA AHMED There were 76 winners in the Colgate – Digicel Back to School promotion, drawn yesterday at t...

PSC starts graduate trainee scheme
FIJI NEWS

PSC starts graduate trainee scheme

By TALEBULA KATE The recruitment of qualified staff under a graduate trainee scheme has started with the Public Serv...

Ratu Inoke meets Timor Leste PM
FIJI NEWS

Ratu Inoke meets Timor Leste PM

By MAIKA BOLATIKI The Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Co-operation, Ratu Inoke Kubuabola met the Prim...

Unrepaired homes worry Govt
FIJI NEWS

Unrepaired homes worry Govt

By MAIKELI SERU Government is concerned that some home owners who were assisted after cyclone Evan have not repaired...

Stay healthy, teachers told
FIJI NEWS

Stay healthy, teachers told

By MAIKELI SERU Teachers and Ministry of Education officials have been advised to be role models and stay health con...

Tiny tots fill schools
FIJI NEWS

Tiny tots fill schools

By MAIKELI SERU The Save the Children Fiji’s Vuli Taumada Shishak (VTS) Project are delighted about the high numbe...

School success draws students
FIJI NEWS

School success draws students

By MAIKELI SERU Delana Methodist High School in Levuka, Ovalau, has experienced an increase in their roll this year....

Push to use overseas govt scholarships
FIJI NEWS

Push to use overseas govt scholarships

By TALEBULA KATE Fijian students willing to chase higher education overseas are advised to use scholarships advertis...

Naduru Road reopens
FIJI NEWS

Naduru Road reopens

By MAIKELI SERU Naduru Road, joining Kuku Road and Vuci South Road outside Nausori has been reopened. It was closed ...

60 lead Labasa College
FIJI NEWS

60 lead Labasa College

By LOSIRENE CHAND Sixty students of Labasa College were inducted as school, form and hostel prefects of 2013 yesterd...

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