Archive [ 2018 November 15 ]

7,498 Voters Expected To Cast Their Votes Saturday
NEWS

7,498 Voters Expected To Cast Their Votes Saturday

Over 7,000 voters who were not able to cast their votes on Election Day because of bad weather will be able to do s...

Totogo Murder: Two Police Officers Charged with Murder
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Totogo Murder: Two Police Officers Charged with Murder

The Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), Mr Christopher Pryde, has sanctioned charges against two police officers ...

Electoral Pictorial: National And Political Party Leaders Were Seen Casting Their Votes On November 14, 2018, At Their Respective Polling Venues.
NEWS

Electoral Pictorial: National And Political Party Leaders Were Seen Casting Their Votes On November 14, 2018, At Their Respective Polling Venues.

Letters To The Editor, 15th, November, 2018
Letters

Letters To The Editor, 15th, November, 2018

Role models Naca Nabutu, Caubati The four Singh sisters who won top academic prizes in their respective classes are ...

Davis speed a plus: Gamel
SPORTS

Davis speed a plus: Gamel

Trina Davis is back in camp with the Vodafone Fijian women’s squad as they prepare for the Oceania Football Confed...

Vasiteri Cleared, Radradra In Doubt
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Vasiteri Cleared, Radradra In Doubt

Centre Eroni Vasiteri has been cleared and will be available for the Fiji Airways Flying Fijians in the remaining ma...

Tonga Plan For Fijiana
SPORTS

Tonga Plan For Fijiana

Six New Zealand-based play­ers flew into the country to be part of the Tonga women’s team. The Tongans play the F...

FOCUS TONGA
SPORTS

FOCUS TONGA

The Fiji Airways Fijiana 15s rugby team wants to be the best in the Pa­cific. And it starts tomorrow against Tonga ...

Athletes Here To Learn
SPORTS

Athletes Here To Learn

  Wallis and Futuna athletes are not here to make the numbers at their up first 2018 FMF Chow Games. They aim t...

Suva set for Chow Games
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Suva set for Chow Games

Suva Athletics is adamant of a positive perfor­mance in the 2018 FMF Chow Games which starts at the ANZ Stadium, Su...

EDITORIAL: The winner is Mohammed Saneem
Sunvoice

EDITORIAL: The winner is Mohammed Saneem

If you braved the adverse weather yesterday and felt it was a huge sacrifice, spare your thought for Mohammed Saneem...

Four More Years ?
NEWS

Four More Years ?

JYOTI PRATIBHA, Suva The ruling FijiFirst party was comfortably leading the pack as election counting continued earl...

Fiji Rice Project At Maunidevo To Produce 250 Tonnes Of Paddy
SUNBIZ

Fiji Rice Project At Maunidevo To Produce 250 Tonnes Of Paddy

Fiji Rice Limited’s Maunidevo Irriga­tion area, Macuata rice project is expected to have an output of around 250 ...

Children Among 7 Rescued Drifting At Sea
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Children Among 7 Rescued Drifting At Sea

Two children were among the seven people from Gau Island, who were rescued around midday yesterday after they were a...

OCO Secretariat signs MOU with MSG Secretariat
SUNBIZ

OCO Secretariat signs MOU with MSG Secretariat

The Oceania Customs Organisation (OCO) Secretariat and the Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG) Secretariat have signed ...

Heavy Rain No Excuse, Says First-Time Voter
NEWS

Heavy Rain No Excuse, Says First-Time Voter

First-time voter Jone Burenivalu said the heavy rain yesterday should not have been an excuse for people not to show...

Flooding, 7000 Plus To Vote Later
NEWS

Flooding, 7000 Plus To Vote Later

More than 7000 voters are expected to cast their ballots in the 2018 General Election at a later date. Heavy rain fo...

TWO Deaths On ELECTION DAY
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TWO Deaths On ELECTION DAY

  Police officers were called to a polling station at Mokani, Tailevu, after a voter reportedly collapsed and d...

Two-Kilometre Horseback Ride To Cast Vote
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Two-Kilometre Horseback Ride To Cast Vote

In a bid to make his vote count, a 21-year-old farmer travelled by horseback for two kilometres from Batiri Village ...

Police Quash  Instability  Rumours
NEWS

Police Quash Instability Rumours

WATI TALEBULA SUVA, NASINU, NAUSORI Police Commissioner Brigadier-General Sitiveni Qiliho has quashed rumours of dis...

Age, Weather Fail To Deter Women
NATION

Age, Weather Fail To Deter Women

Age and bad weather failed to deter two women from their casting their votes in the 2018 General Election yesterday ...

Voter Delighted With Help For Disabled
NATION

Voter Delighted With Help For Disabled

Jone Totokavanua thanked Fijian Elections Officials for helping him and other disabled persons cast their vote in th...

Amputee, 58, Happy She Cast Her 2018 Vote
NATION

Amputee, 58, Happy She Cast Her 2018 Vote

Despite her initial concerns about not being able to vote, amputee Selai Diroko, 58, was all smiles yesterday after ...

Vucago Casts Her Ballot From A Taxi
NATION

Vucago Casts Her Ballot From A Taxi

Being bedridden did not stop Selita Vucago from casting her vote from inside a taxi near the Draiba Fijian School po...

Police Chief Confirm 3 Alleged Breaches of Electoral Act Reported To FICAC
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Police Chief Confirm 3 Alleged Breaches of Electoral Act Reported To FICAC

Police Commissioner Brigadier General Sitiveni Qiliho has confirmed that while there were no reports of crime at all...

Fiji, Samoa Joins World Rugby Council
SPORTS

Fiji, Samoa Joins World Rugby Council

Fiji and Samoa have been unanimously elected onto an expanded World Rugby Council after meeting new governance crite...

Despite Disability Raji, 88, Goes To Vote
NATION

Despite Disability Raji, 88, Goes To Vote

Eighty-eight-year-old Ba resident Ram Raji did not let her disability get in her way. She was determined to cast her...

Data Entry For Final General Election Results Get Underway
NEWS

Data Entry For Final General Election Results Get Underway

Data entry for the provisional result tally has stopped as entry for the final results begins. Supervisor of Electio...

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