Archive [ 2015 October 17 ]

Can Monetary Policy Alone Promote Growth?
SUNBIZ

Can Monetary Policy Alone Promote Growth?

Central bankers are in the news again, not because of IMF’s annual meeting in Lima, Peru last week. It is because ...

Handicraft Tyres Turned To Coffee Tables
NATION

Handicraft Tyres Turned To Coffee Tables

In a bid to contribute to the saving of the environment, a woman of Kinoya has ventured into creating coffee tables ...

Stay Away From  Seditious Acts
NATION

Stay Away From Seditious Acts

The chiefs and people of Bua in Vanua Levu were once again reminded not to involve themselves in sedition activities...

Isolated North School Gets Internet Access
NATION

Isolated North School Gets Internet Access

Students of Natewa District School, which is 60 kilometres from Savusavu Town, in Vanua Levu, can now enjoy internet...

Telecom Fiji Helps Special Schools
NATION

Telecom Fiji Helps Special Schools

A total of 53 students of Nausori Special School were happy to be provided with Tee-shirts and refreshments yesterda...

Koroilavesau sworn-in
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Koroilavesau sworn-in

Government Whip and newly appointed Minister for Employment, Productivity and Industrial Relations Semi Koroilavesau...

Government Working On Rest Facilities For Labasa Cane Lorry Drivers
SUNBIZ

Government Working On Rest Facilities For Labasa Cane Lorry Drivers

Sugar industry stakeholders have begun exploring avenues to providing resting facilities for Labasa sugarcane lorry ...

Business Lessons From the Rugby World Cup (so far)
SUNBIZ

Business Lessons From the Rugby World Cup (so far)

The group stages of the Rugby World Cup have finished and the quarter finalists have been decided. The nations have ...

Air New Zealand Wants Its lounges To Remind You Of A Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner
SUNBIZ

Air New Zealand Wants Its lounges To Remind You Of A Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner

So here’s a novel twist in the world of lounge design. While Cathay Pacific and Singapore Airlines are shaping the...

Be the Bees
SUNBIZ

Be the Bees

One of the best corporate trainers for subjects of managerial excellence, self-development and leadership could be t...

Fisheries Programmes To Benefit Fijians
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Fisheries Programmes To Benefit Fijians

The Government, through the Fisheries Department, has implemented development programmes that will benefit Fijians. ...

Spotlight On The National Budget
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Spotlight On The National Budget

It is that time of the year again where all business communities look forward to the National Budget announcement. T...

More On Waiqele Sawmill Leadership
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More On Waiqele Sawmill Leadership

The Saturday Business Lift-out (October 10) contained a story on the Waiqele Sawmill Commercial Complex. Here are so...

Understanding Prohibited Goods For Importation
SUNBIZ

Understanding Prohibited Goods For Importation

Are there goods which are prohibited unless specified conditions, restrictions or requirements are complied with? Ye...

Commerce Commission New Chair Talks Of plans
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Commerce Commission New Chair Talks Of plans

News got out this week about the appointment of a new chairperson of the Fiji Commerce Commission. Joann Young was a...

Forum PM Tells Aussies – It’s Time Now To Reach Out Fully Again
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Forum PM Tells Aussies – It’s Time Now To Reach Out Fully Again

From Page 1: weather events that pose such a serious threat to Pacific island nations,” he said. “We still aren...

Rosie Holidays, Fiji Airways And The Growing China Partnership
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Rosie Holidays, Fiji Airways And The Growing China Partnership

I n 2015, for the Chinese New Year period, Rosie Holidays developed special charters for tourists from Shanghai to F...

PM Tells Aussies It’s Time Now To Reach Out Fully Again
SUNBIZ

PM Tells Aussies It’s Time Now To Reach Out Fully Again

It is now time for Fiji and Australia to reach out fully to each other again at an official level, Prime Minister Vo...

Australia Fiji Business Forum Begins In Sydney
SUNBIZ

Australia Fiji Business Forum Begins In Sydney

The 22nd Australia Fiji Business Forum opened with a keynote address yesterday morning by Prime Minister Voreqe Bain...

5 Burned To DEATH
NEWS

5 Burned To DEATH

  A pregnant woman was among five people who burned to death in a horror fire early yesterday morning in Navosa...

Woman Laments Loss of Loved Ones
NEWS

Woman Laments Loss of Loved Ones

“I have lost everything.” Those were the only words Hans Wati could utter as she gestured her hands in despair. ...

Tour Guide Honoured
NEWS

Tour Guide Honoured

Emi Mata Naivitio, awarded by the President after saving a tourist from drowning in March A tour guide, who dislocat...

Amputch Gets President’s Cross
NEWS

Amputch Gets President’s Cross

Peter Amputch, who made headlines in August for risking his life to save three students from a bus which tumbled at ...

PM sends message of sympathy to Marshall Islands
NATION

PM sends message of sympathy to Marshall Islands

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama has sent a message of sympathy to the President of the Republic of the Marshall Is...

Minister Kubuabola  in Vanuatu for MSG
NATION

Minister Kubuabola in Vanuatu for MSG

The Fijian Government is committed to the future of the Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG), says Minister for Foreign ...

Doton dedicates medal to Tui Ba
NATION

Doton dedicates medal to Tui Ba

Ba Women’s Forum president helps in community development Dr Maria Doton yesterday dedicated her achievements to t...

Seli Awarded for Bravery
NATION

Seli Awarded for Bravery

Evacuated passengers from a burning Savusavu bus in 2013 A pastor, who was awarded a President’s Medal – one...

Matt In Charge
SPORTS

Matt In Charge

Matt Kuchar aims to be the first American to win the Fijian International. This was after the world’s ranked numbe...

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