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Sick Fijian women admitted at the Colonial War Memorial Hospital’s IWA-Lau Women’s Ward, formerly known as Lau Women’s Ward, now have access to better and modern health facilities and care.
The Fiji Corrections Service’s (FCS) Yellow Ribbon Project was yesterday praised by participants of the 5th Pacific Islands Regional Conference. Sixty participants from the regional meeting which ended at the
The $3.2 million investment for the Waitui Beach Club on Denarau was officially launched last night. The investment is a partnership between Richmond Limited and Sofitel Fiji Resort and Spa.
BSP Life announced the appointment of Vandhna Narayan as their new General Manager Legal and Compliance. Ms Narayan returns to the group to manage a role she once previously held
The 2015 Certified Public Accountant Congress in Nadi will host a certification ceremony for the first time. This is in collaboration between CPA Australia and CPA Fiji Branch. The ceremony
Fiji’s Green Growth Framework may be assisted by an unlikely source, China. The world’s largest emitter of carbon emissions has undergone a metamorphosis of sorts in the last five years.
Salaseini Kabakoro, Miss Bula Buses in the 2015 Digicel Bula Festival in Nadi will use the week-long festival to campaign for solutions to flooding in Nadi. For years Nadi has
International Airports Fiji Limited has expressed concerns that activities near Nadi Airport and other domestic aerodromes may endanger aircraft operations. Under the Air Navigation Regulation 78 – No aerial device
The RC Manubhai & Co Ltd’s Friends’ Social Network Group yesterday donated various items to the Ministry of Women, Children
The Fijian Elections Office believes problems stemming from elections held here in the Pacific can be solved by working collectively.
St John’s College Under-15 and U17 teams are in Suva for the Coke Zero Deans quarterfinals at Buckhurst Park tomorrow.
The Parliament’s Civic Education team is on the road again. This time they were visiting Balata College in Tavua as
The Fijian Pearls were told to step up at Netball World Cup in Sydney, Australia in next month. The challenge
Abdul Shariff won the first gold medal for Fiji at the 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games in Los Angeles.
Former Lautoka Football Association president Shailendra Prasad believes the Blues can win this year’s INKK Mobile Battle of the Giants
James Rochlin is a regular holidaymaker in Fiji, a keen diver he usual spends most of his time snorkelling and
A frail, heartbroken Maya Wati looked at the draped coffins of her grandchildren and exclaimed ‘hame nani kaun boli ab’
Fiji will support India in its bid to become a Permanent Member of the United Nations Security Council. Prime Minister
Don’t write off Sitiveni Rabuka (pictured) yet. He says he keeps his options open. On returning to SODELPA and taking
Despite rising tension between militant groups and the Egyptian government forces in parts of Sinai, Fijian personnel serving under the
Fiji Secondary Schools Rugby major sponsor, Coca-Cola Amatil Fiji, is concerned on media bans placed by schools This is in
The Pita Rabo-captained Suva Veterans were crowned the new winners of the RC Manubhai/APCO Coating Veterans International Tournament 2015 at
The Natabua High School Under-17 team aims to get even against Marist Brothers High School on Saturday. This was after
Fijian Secondary Schools Rugby Union will be reviewing its constitution and competition format next year. Union president Setareki Merekula confirmed
Navosa players Eroni Tuwai and Jone Waqaliva jetted out of the country yesterday to take up rugby contracts in France.