Archive [ 2018 June 8 ]

Analysis: Pay Up Your Taxes
NEWS

Analysis: Pay Up Your Taxes

Some companies in Fiji have been fined heavily for evading and avoiding tax. This has not been a deterrent, it seems...

No Regrets After selling At Market for Four Decades
It's Friday

No Regrets After selling At Market for Four Decades

On a cold and wet Monday af­ternoon Monika Balali was found sitting cosy at Nausori Market selling her produce. Thi...

Women Bee Keepers Fund Tertiary Students From Profit
It's Friday

Women Bee Keepers Fund Tertiary Students From Profit

Despite facing challenges, the Tosovata Women’s Club in Bulileka village outside Labasa town is determined to make...

Venina’s Switch To Middleman Is Fresh Experience
It's Friday

Venina’s Switch To Middleman Is Fresh Experience

Selling as a middleman at the Nausori Market is a new experience for Venina Vakarusere. Ms Vakarusre has been sellin...

Big Interest For Film Productions
NATION

Big Interest For Film Productions

A big budget TV pro­duction involving 200 locals and 160 foreign crew members is being shot in Savusavu and is one ...

Letters To The Editor, 8th June 2018
Letters

Letters To The Editor, 8th June 2018

Must read Ecelini Naivadra, Namadi A World of Change – my life in the glob­al women’s rights movement b...

New USP Vice-Chancellor And President Appointed
NATION

New USP Vice-Chancellor And President Appointed

The University of the South Pacific (USP) is pleased to formally announce the ap­pointment of Professor Pal Ahlu­w...

Newly-Upgraded Road Benefits Many In Nasinu
NATION

Newly-Upgraded Road Benefits Many In Nasinu

Thousands of people are now benefitting from the newly-upgraded Daniva Road in Valelevu, Nasinu. Fiji Roads Authorit...

Dad’s Death Mars Birthday Plans
NATION

Dad’s Death Mars Birthday Plans

Just three days ago 20-year-old Priya Nair made plans with her father to throw a grand party for her only son’s fi...

FNU Students Beat Plastic Pollution
NATION

FNU Students Beat Plastic Pollution

Students of the Fiji National University Lautoka Cam­pus did their bit on Tues­day for World Environment Day by ho...

12 Years, 10 Months In Jail For Nephew’s Rape
NATION

12 Years, 10 Months In Jail For Nephew’s Rape

A 23-year-old man convicted of raping his 15-year-old nephew on January 1, 2018, was sentenced to 12 years and 10 mo...

Editorial: Fighting The Plastic, Littering Menace
Sunvoice

Editorial: Fighting The Plastic, Littering Menace

How can we say that flooding is because of poor drainage systems when we are unable to do the basics and keep our dr...

Dumping, Drain Cultivation Frustrate Minister
NATION

Dumping, Drain Cultivation Frustrate Minister

The Minister for Waterways, Mahendra Reddy, is frustrat­ed with what he calls the ig­norance of some farmers for d...

Canteen Owner Does Not Take Shopping List Lightly
It's Friday

Canteen Owner Does Not Take Shopping List Lightly

The importance of a shopping list can­not be underestimated by customers because it brings the venture into a con­...

Man, 87, Jailed For 10 Years For Rape
NATION

Man, 87, Jailed For 10 Years For Rape

A n 87-year-old man who raped his 11-year-old ten­ant between May 1-31, 2016, was sentenced to 10 years impris­onm...

Analysis: iTaukei Politics And Its Complexities
Opinion

Analysis: iTaukei Politics And Its Complexities

The feud over the heir to the Vunivalu title demonstrates the complexity of iTaukei politics. It is deeper and more ...

MSAF Calls For Tenders
NATION

MSAF Calls For Tenders

The Maritime Safety Author­ity of Fiji (MSAF) is inviting tenders from reputable ven­dors to carry out its job eva...

Confusion Over Bail Application
NATION

Confusion Over Bail Application

Lawyers should think first before filing applications in court. High Court judge Justice Thush­ara Rajasinghe made ...

Be Persistent as a Journalist
It's Friday

Be Persistent as a Journalist

Growing up, Inoke Malovesi always admired the work jour­nalists and media reporters do. It follows suit that the Lo...

Power Tillers Bring Joy To Farmers
NATION

Power Tillers Bring Joy To Farmers

Nine farmers in the Northern Division were given power tillers yesterday to help them in their farms in Labasa. The ...

$5.4m in Tobacco Fines, Fees
NATION

$5.4m in Tobacco Fines, Fees

Since 2011, 1476 people were successfully prosecuted in court for illicit trade in to­bacco products. $5,468,689.77...

Two Vehicles For Drainage Board
NATION

Two Vehicles For Drainage Board

Western Division Drainage Board (WDDB) chairper­son Faiyaz Ali thanked the Government for accommodat­ing their nee...

Commission receives vehicle from Indian Government
NATION

Commission receives vehicle from Indian Government

The Electoral Commission yesterday received a vehicle donated by the Indian Government through the Indian High Commi...

Impossible Is Nothing
SPORTS

Impossible Is Nothing

Time to park the ‘Bus’ and ‘Trailer’, Watch Out For the ‘Beast’   Last weekend all eyes were on ‘...

A Moment To Cherish For Benito
SPORTS

A Moment To Cherish For Benito

Rewa football goalkeeper Benito Waqavou would always cherish the 2018 Vodafone Fiji FACT tournament. Playing the fir...

Fiji’s Sacrifice For Global Peacekeeping
NEWS

Fiji’s Sacrifice For Global Peacekeeping

“Every great dream begins with a dreamer, always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience and the ...

Veteran Dau In Lead Role
SPORTS

Veteran Dau In Lead Role

Veteran Lorima Dau has replaced Marika Rodu as coach for the Delta Tigers when they take on Labasa in the 2018 Vodaf...

Strong Field For Fiji Open
SPORTS

Strong Field For Fiji Open

Ticket to Fiji International up for grabs at the three- day event at Denarau Golf and Racquet Club A strong field of...

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