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Tui invests $28k in funeral services business
Business

Tui invests $28k in funeral services business

By MARAIA VULA Kaminieli Tui has invested close to $28,000 to set up Cevuga Funeral Directors and he has a point to ...

Seven of the world’s most extravagant getaways include our own Laucala Island
Business, ENTERTAINMENT

Seven of the world’s most extravagant getaways include our own Laucala Island

London: From the most palatial of gin palaces to the world’s poshest B&B where a week’s stay won’t leave y...

Editorial comment
Letters

Editorial comment

Use common sense to celebrate during New Year festivities By MAIKA BOLATIKI, Managing Editor/News Now that the mad r...

Letters to the Editor – 30-12-2013
Letters

Letters to the Editor – 30-12-2013

Working man Dhirendra Prasad Lautoka Pita Turaganivanua (FS 29/12/13) has shown the working fraternity what the comm...

Looking back at the last quarter as we prepare for 2014
Opinion

Looking back at the last quarter as we prepare for 2014

JOSUA TUWERE Managing Editor/Production Ph: (679)330 7555 (147) Email:josuat@fijisun.com.fj The last quarter of 2013...

Church fees
Letters

Church fees

Malakai Naduva Labasa I wish to respond to Amenatave Yaconisau’s letter (FS 28/12/13). I beg to remind Mr Yaconisa...

Laughing to the bank
Letters

Laughing to the bank

Allen Lockington Christmas has come and gone. Many will be still celebrating and of course they may deserve it becau...

Gods of Sports
Letters

Gods of Sports

Floyd Robinson Nasinu Will there be a female version of the Gods of Sports Fiji calendar? Whether this will happen o...

Ben’s diet plan
Letters

Ben’s diet plan

Amenatave Yaconisau Suva Dr Aliana’s expositor’s comments on Ben Ryan’s diet plans are very discouraging. Ben ...

Drugs
Letters

Drugs

Dewan Chand Suva Reference is made to a letter written by Savenaca Vakaliwaliwa (Fiji Sun 27/12/13). I wish to whole...

Air-conditioned taxi
Letters

Air-conditioned taxi

Savenaca Vakaliwaliwa Nasinu Floyd Robinson talked about air-conditioned buses in Nadi. But what about the Nasinu Ex...

Sugar refinery heading North
FIJI NEWS

Sugar refinery heading North

By MAIKA BOLATIKI Labasa has been eyed as a possible site for a sugar refinery for Fiji. This was confirmed to the F...

RFMF take over from Police
FIJI NEWS

RFMF take over from Police

By ANA SOVARAKI This year’s final ceremonial changing of the guard at Government House attracted crowds at mid-mor...

Humble Pita wins top CWMH award
FIJI NEWS

Humble Pita wins top CWMH award

By WATI TALEBULA Receiving the General Manager’s Award was the icing on the cake for Pita Turaganivanua, last Frid...

Tobau is Cook of the Year
FIJI NEWS

Tobau is Cook of the Year

By WATI TALEBULA He didn’t change his mind after he vowed to do something different in his life and now he is reap...

COCONUT WIRELESS
Opinion

COCONUT WIRELESS

By Jyoti Pratibha TALKING ABOUT CHAUDHRY Is it true the Labour leader has been invited to an Overseas Friends of BJP...

No permits needed for campaign
FIJI NEWS

No permits needed for campaign

By ROSI DOVIVERATA Police chief operations officer, Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Rusiate Tudravu confirmed...

Praise Jam’s back this year
FIJI NEWS

Praise Jam’s back this year

By SHEIK DEAN The International Full Gospel Tabernacle Church of Nadi has organised a Praise Jam on New Year’s Eve...

Be alert during cyclone season: Alifereti
FIJI NEWS

Be alert during cyclone season: Alifereti

By FARISHA AHMED The Permanent Secretary for Rural and Maritime Development and National Disaster Management, Filipe...

No regrets for Dr Hawley
FIJI NEWS

No regrets for Dr Hawley

By ZAFIYA SHAMIM Dr V Guy Hawley, of Suva, is proudly supporting the 90th anniversary celebrations of Colonial War M...

Police presence  beefed up in Nadi
FIJI NEWS

Police presence beefed up in Nadi

By SHEIK DEAN Police officers in Nadi will be out in numbers to ensure a safer New Year’s Eve. They will be on foo...

Efforts to save beached dolphin fail
FIJI NEWS

Efforts to save beached dolphin fail

By WATI TALEBULA Efforts to save a young and injured dolphin at Rifle Range in Vatuwaqa, Suva yesterday failed. Spea...

Hunt still on for 65-year-old
FIJI NEWS

Hunt still on for 65-year-old

By SHEIK DEAN Police are still searching for a 65-year-old man who is wanted for questioning in relation to an arson...

Ba, Lautoka having street party
FIJI NEWS

Ba, Lautoka having street party

By RAEVENN BREEN The special administrator for Lautoka, Ba and Tavua, Praveen Bala, has confirmed that both Lautoka ...

Christmas over,  business as usual
FIJI NEWS

Christmas over, business as usual

By JUSTINE MANNAN Taxi companies have been busy and thriving during the festive season but now that is slowly coming...

Labasa to have street party
FIJI NEWS

Labasa to have street party

By SITERI TALEITAKI Labasa Town will have a street party to welcome in year 2014. This will be a first for the north...

Pontoon prepares for party crowd
FIJI NEWS

Pontoon prepares for party crowd

By SITERI TALEITAKI The Pontoon Niteclub of Labasa has extended its operating hours from 8pm to 3am because of publi...

All Nations Church gathers in Suva
FIJI NEWS

All Nations Church gathers in Suva

By WATI TALEBULA The Masirewa brothers are happy to be part of this year’s youth conference as it had taught them ...

Ratabacaca not allowed out
FIJI NEWS

Ratabacaca not allowed out

By WATI TALEBULA The Commissioner of Corrections, has turned down a request from the All Nations Christian Fellowshi...

Taqele turns down ‘Tahs
Fiji Sports

Taqele turns down ‘Tahs

By ERONI TUINACEVA Wests Tigers rugby league player Taqele Nayaravaro has turned down a rugby union offer from the W...

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