- 3 Siblings Dead, 1 In Hospital After FireThree siblings are dead and one in hospital after a fire gutted their home at [...]
Grocery shopping is probably the last thing a man would want to involve himself with. Most men leave the shopping for their wives or mothers to do although they may
Six mortar rounds landed in the Sinai camp housing Fijian peacekeepers as the conflict between warring parties escalated in Egypt. The 339 Fijians were safe, Republic of Fiji Military Forces
Squatters on a freehold land in Suva are refusing to move after the company had issued them notices. Now they say they will only move if a court order is
Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama will lead a Fijian delegation to the Melanesian Spearhead Group summit in the Solomon Islands next week. The MSG meeting starts on Thursday. Mr Bainimarama will
They were friends from school. They graduated as teachers and taught at different schools. For 30 years they kept in touch. That came to an end last weekend when Temesia
Condolences have started pouring in after the death of Veilomani Boys Home superintendent Reverend Sarwesh Singh. Reverend Singh died on Wednesday evening. “All who knew Reverend Singh personally or professionally
The Fiji Master Builders Association Inc. is looking to affiliate itself with the largest representative of the private sector organisations, the Fiji Commerce and Employers Federation. This is to efficiently
The Fiji delegation that is currently on an official tour to Jakarta in Indonesia had the opportunity to meet with Indonesian Business Women’s Association (IWAPI). Minister for Women, Children and
Vodafone Fiji has signed a partnership agreement with the University of the South Pacific to allow students to gain industry
Washmina Buksh of Suva Muslim School has made her school proud after winning the Urdu oratory senior category of the
Two people had a lucky escape after the truck they were travelling in tumbled at Malolo outside Nadi yesterday morning.
Mesulame Erone Tomasi, is a hyperactive boy. He hardly keeps still. Today he is bed-ridden at the Lautoka Hospital .
Eight officers, who have been charged over the death of Vilikesa Soko, appeared at the High Court in Lautoka yesterday.
The willingness of the people of Bukuya to heed the call for assistance has been greatly appreciated by the Police.
People looking for indicators on the health of the Northern Division economy only need to check corporate interest in the
Thanks to Reddy Rajnesh Ishwar Lingam, Nasinu With reference to Fiji Sun (07/06) article titled ‘Reddy warns on demonic game’,
Andrew Jacobs is a seasoned diplomat. The Suva-based European Union Ambassador for the Pacific has used his wealth of experience
The European Union (EU) Parliament and the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) secretariat has commended Fiji for hosting the ACP
The Land Transport Authority (LTA), has put in place strict systems to monitor driver behaviour. The overall aim is to
The Land Transport Authority (LTA) and the Police are issuing a strong warning against drivers using illegal fittings such as
A gathering in the Indonesian capital, Jakarta, has been told that countries whose leaders are free from corruption are the
Nabukelevu-i-Ra village on the southern end of Kadavu yesterday celebrated receiving uninterrupted piped water supply after 20 years of asking
Indonesia’s Minister for Women’s Empowerment and Child Protection Yohana Yembise was happy to meet her Fijian counterpart, Rosy Akbar, who
Timoci Naqusa believes giving to the homeless children is the best gift one can provide. Naqusa, who plays for Montpellier
The two Telecom Fijian Warriors are hopeful of making the cut to the 2015 Rugby World Cup Warriors skipper Isireli
Team Fiji welcomes Government’s continuous support towards participation at the 15th Pacific Games in Papua New Guinea next month. The
Joseph Rodan Senior yesterday stressed the importance of having the right people as sports administrators The Fiji Association of Sports