Archive [ 2015 April 1 ]

‘Bullied’ Girl Burns Herself
NEWS

‘Bullied’ Girl Burns Herself

A Year 13 student is dead after she burned herself following allegations that a school teacher bullied her by exposi...

iTaukei Reassured At Meet
NEWS

iTaukei Reassured At Meet

There shouldn’t be any concern by the iTaukei people at this stage because appropriate legislations have provision...

MoU Kick Starts Australian Seasonal Worker Scheme
NEWS

MoU Kick Starts Australian Seasonal Worker Scheme

A senior Australian government official will today sign a memorandum of understanding with Minister for Employment, ...

TLTB Collects $2m In Lease Arrears
NEWS

TLTB Collects $2m In Lease Arrears

The iTaukei Land Trust Board has collected $2 million in lease arrears in the first two months of this year. TLTB de...

Demarcation Work Update
NEWS

Demarcation Work Update

The Ministry of iTaukei Affairs is yet to complete its work on the demarcation of village boundaries around the coun...

Nadi Airport Can Accommodate More Flights: Khan
SUNBIZ

Nadi Airport Can Accommodate More Flights: Khan

The Nadi International Airport has the capacity to cater for more flights, says Airports Fiji Limited executive chai...

Farmers Urge Removal Of Politics
SUNBIZ

Farmers Urge Removal Of Politics

Cane farmers have urged for removal of politics from the Rarawai/Penang Cane Producers Association. This was heard d...

Better Options For Women Micro-Entrepreneurs
SUNBIZ

Better Options For Women Micro-Entrepreneurs

Courts (Fiji) Limited has stepped up its efforts to further strengthen the economic capabilities of rural and remote...

New Potato And Sweet Potato Varieties For Pacific
SUNBIZ

New Potato And Sweet Potato Varieties For Pacific

Almost 70 new varieties of potato and sweet potato will soon be available to Pacific Island countries and territorie...

Crab Company To Release Crablets
SUNBIZ

Crab Company To Release Crablets

The Crab Company (Fiji) has achieved a milestone as it will be releasing the first batch of mud crab hatchlings on D...

ATH Wins Bid In Kiribati
SUNBIZ

ATH Wins Bid In Kiribati

Fiji’s Amalgamated Telecom Holdings Limited has achieved major success regionally as it now moves to run telecommu...

$3.35m Dividend Payout By FHL
SUNBIZ

$3.35m Dividend Payout By FHL

The Board of Fijian Holdings Limited has declared to pay $3.351 million as an interim dividend based on the group pe...

InterContinental Fiji Expands Into Chinese Markets
SUNBIZ

InterContinental Fiji Expands Into Chinese Markets

InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa has implemented new sales strategies and guest experience initiatives in...

Gmail Unified Inbox Puts All Your Mail In One Place
SUNBIZ

Gmail Unified Inbox Puts All Your Mail In One Place

There’s an update to Gmail this week that will allow you – on your mobile device – to push all your em...

Battle Cry
SPORTS

Battle Cry

The Vodafone Fijian 7s team are ready to face England again this week in another leg of the Sevens World Series. Fij...

Suva To Defend Tourney
SPORTS

Suva To Defend Tourney

The Suva Sangam football team are training hard as they prepare to defend the TISI Sangam Convention title at Buckhu...

Ryan Will Assess Players’ Injuries
SPORTS

Ryan Will Assess Players’ Injuries

Vodafone Fijian 7s coach Ben Ryan will assess each player today and tomorrow before the start of the Tokyo 7s in Jap...

Support Us In Prayers, Says Paula Biu
SPORTS

Support Us In Prayers, Says Paula Biu

The Vodafone Fijian 7s team are calling on the nation to pray for them as they prepare to defend the Tokyo 7s title ...

Why Family Matters For Roy Krishna
SPORTS

Why Family Matters For Roy Krishna

Wellington Phoenix’s Fijian attacker Roy Krishna is the latest subject of a regular feature where The World Game h...

LDS Church Elder Meets Fijian PM
SUNCITY

LDS Church Elder Meets Fijian PM

Elder Adolf Johansson, a leader in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, met with Fiji Prime Minister Hon...

Officers, Police Commissioner In Talks
SUNCITY

Officers, Police Commissioner In Talks

Twenty three Police officers met the Commissioner of Police for the first time yesterday after spending more than a ...

Red Cross Looks Ahead
SUNCITY

Red Cross Looks Ahead

The Fiji Red Cross Society yesterday launched its five-year strategic plan. The President, Ratu Epeli Nailatikau, wh...

Pharmacy Donates For Vanuatu Relief
SUNCITY

Pharmacy Donates For Vanuatu Relief

Budget Pharmacy Limited of Nadi donated medicines such as panadol, amoxicillin and brufen medication worth $15,000.0...

Books Galore For West School
NATION

Books Galore For West School

A timely donation of 1000 library books came the way of Drasa Secondary School in Lautoka last Friday after they sta...

EDITORIAL: Safety First Let’s Make It Happen!
Sunvoice

EDITORIAL: Safety First Let’s Make It Happen!

We’ve had too many deaths from drowning and road accidents this year. The frustrating thing for authorities is tha...

Letters April 01, 2015
Letters

Letters April 01, 2015

Hong Kong, employers focus Arun Prasad, Nausori While the nation’s focus right now is on the win by Fiji at the Ho...

ANALYSIS: North Roads, Power, Water, Transport On Pio’s Radar
NATION

ANALYSIS: North Roads, Power, Water, Transport On Pio’s Radar

People who live in Wainiika Village, Cakaudrove,  and surrounding areas are excited that a new road to the village ...

Pearl Ace Meets Vehicle Demand
SUNBIZ

Pearl Ace Meets Vehicle Demand

The demand for vehicles in the country continues to increase. This has resulted in an additional one-off service thr...

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