- Bainimarama At Donor’s Meet For COP23 Build-up Permanent Secretary Yogesh Karan, Fijian Ambassador to US Solo Mara join PM. Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama [...]
Toe 2 Toe promoter Abdul Feroz is on a mission to revive boxing in the country. Speaking to SUNsports yesterday, the Lomawai native from Nadroga said it is time to
The Fiji Secondary Schools Rugby League’s Lautoka/Nadi zone is still open. Development officer Lagilagi Golea said after yesterday’s clash at Nadovu Park, Lautoka the qualifiers for the Under-15 and
As the Telecom Fijiana team prepare for next weekend’s Women’s Sevens Series in Atlanta, USA and Canada, their main focus is to improve on their performance from the last
Fiji Sports Council’s Business House Netball competition kicks-off today at the National Netball Centre, Suva. Admission is $1 per person. Here are the pools: Pool One Central Teachers,
Development work lifts volleyball standard The 2016 Crest Chicken Easter Volleyball National Championship ended on a high note, says a senior official. Speaking to SUNsports, championship director Jone Baleilomaloma
Fijian U20 players told to work together and produce good results Our Under-20 rugby team were told to work together and do their country proud while participating at the
Shop N Save New Zealand who opened up an initiative after Tropical Cyclone Winston hit Fiji for New Zealand families to help their loved ones in Fiji need to redeem
A 39-year-old security officer at a bar in Pacific Harbour has been charged with the rape and murder of Mere Ailevu, 14. Police Commissioner Brigadier-General Sitiveni Qiliho has confirmed that
The smiling faces of children in Vanuabalavu are warming the hearts of the crew of the HMNZS Canterbury. HMNZS
The Australian Defence Force and the Republic of Fiji Military Force will continue to work hand in hand to
Another 70 tonnes of construction materials are expected to be delivered to the island of Vanuabalavu today. HMNZS Canterbury Commanding
Organisers of the Digicel Bula Festival from July 23 to 30 expect the annual carnival to be bigger and
Pacific Harbour murder victim Mere Ailevu’s family has welcomed the progress of investigations into the death of their eldest daughter.
The Sri Lankan government has donated $52,110 ($US25,000) and 100 kilogrammes of tea to the people of Fiji, as a
From time to time exceptional real estate opportunities are presented to the international market place. Managing Director and Partner of
The target will be quality infrastructure and modern facilities at Queen Victoria School when rebuilding works begin, says the Minister
Americans cut their soda intake yet again in 2015. The total volume of soda consumed in the US dropped 1.2%
The Fiji Police Force is pleading with the public to come forward with information to curb the increasing cases
The Fiji National University Labasa Campus at Naiyaca Subdivision is expected to be ready by the end of 2017. The
The Fiji Police Force will review its operation strategies following the release of its Crime Statistics Annual Report 2015.
Commissioner of Police Brigadier-General Sitiveni Qiliho said that a special investigation team will be tasked to solve all outstanding criminal
The number of aggravated robberies increased by 22 per cent, Police Commissioner Brigadier-General Sitiveni Qiliho quoting stats from the
New Zealand Foreign Affairs Minister Murray McCully has announced a $14.27 million (NZ$10 million) package to help Fiji repair public
The tradition of bulubulu has been an intricate yet integral part of the iTaukei society. Bulubulu has been used by
Driver’s plea Neelz Singh, Lami Five hundred and fifty-six traffic offences were recorded by Police during the Easter break.
The Fijian community in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, on Monday raised $13,547 for the victims of Tropical Cyclone Winston.
As he began telling Raj of his clandestine meetings with Shanta, Raj slipped under the brown blanket and slept