Address by the director of Public Prosecutions, Christopher Pryde, at the opening ceremony for the ODPP Basic Prosecution Course recently at the Nasova Police Academy in Suva. First,
The first ever Public Service Male Advocacy Training at the Pearl Resort in Pacific Habour this week is an eye opener. It helps men recognise that gender equality is more
The second leg of the World Sevens Series is done and dusted and we know where we stand. We thought we would improve our standing from the first leg in
A short story from Satendra Nandan’s forthcoming collection, Ashes and Waves. His two books, Dispatches From Distant Shores (essays) and Across the Seven Seas (poems) will be published in March.
The intensity of debate in Parliament this week has racheted up the interest over next year’s General Election. Minister for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation Mereseini Vuniwaqa could not help
I’ve seen the receding figure– a silhouette – Against the sinking sun Or was it the rising moon? Sometimes sliced by a rainbow. No one noticed you When you rose
Emeritus Professor Satendra Nandan is Fiji’s leading writer. He is currently working on an historical novel, tentatively titled ‘Bury My Bones in the Wounded Sea’, set during the Indenture, as
At the Roko Tui Forum at Nadave, Bau, yesterday, concern was raised about the over-consumption of yaqona or kava. Permanent Secretary, Naipote Katonitabua, says the Ministry of iTaukei Affairs “is
Emeritus Professor Satendra Nandan is currently working on an historical novel, tentatively titled ‘Bury My Bones in the Wounded Sea’, set during the Indenture, as a Visiting Fellow at the
This is the full speech of Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama during the the opening of the Anjuman Hidayat-ul-Islam Campus
Newly appointed Vodafone national football coach Christoph Gamel, is a man on a mission. His no-nonsense approach is something our
The time is opportune for the Vodafone Fijian 7s team to spring back and take charge of the 2016-17 World
The following is the Prime Minister’s address at the signing of the Melanesian Spearhead Group free trade agreement at the
Two American Presidents have appealed to my political consciousness: President John Kennedy in the early 1960s; and Barrack Obama half
The open dialogue between new doctors and the Government on Tuesday was a positive move. The doctors were able to
Emeritus Professor Satendra Nandan is currently working on an historical novel, tentatively titled ‘Bury My Bones in the Wounded Sea’,
Our football future depends on the next generation as they carry the nation’s hope of a brighter and better tomorrow.
Police officers daily spend a huge number of hours investigating cases of domestic violence. They have a no-drop policy
This is the Prime Minister’s speech at the opening of Magodro Secondary School at Bukuya, Ba, yesterday. Ni sa
The festive season is over and it’s now back to school time. Parents and guardians are out again with their
Emeritus Professor Satendra Nandan is writing an historical novel set in three cities: Suva, Canberra and Delhi. He’s currently a
We agree with Suva Magistrate Shageeth Somaratne when he sentenced Eparama Tawake, 21, to nine years and six months for
It is an unfortunate tragedy that four people have died from fish poisoning on Gau Island in Lomaiviti.
The response to a tsunami warning issued on Wednesday after an earthquake, 284 kilometres off Nadi, showed people took
A very brave young woman student is today recovering with family after fighting off an attacker who wanted to rape
Who is this fellow Bruce Southwick of the stunning rugby photography and videography? Who is this fellow who lit up
The work of Fiji Sun regional newsrooms in Lautoka, Nadi and Labasa has shone in special recognition awards. The awards
Bula vinaka and a very good morning to you all. I am very pleased to be here in Kumi Village
When the going gets tough, Jone Luvenitoga gets going. He plunges into floods to get photos that tell the story.