- RFMF Concerned By Methodist TalkThe Republic of Fiji Military Forces (RFMF) says it is concerned that recent statements by [...]
A seminar will be hosted by the head of Marketing for Trip Advisor, Asia Pacific, Sarah Matthews at the Fiji National University (FNU) Namaka campus on Wednesday. The seminar would
This repositions us globally, says Mr McCarthy The managing director for Total Fiji, Martin McCarthy, yesterday launched the new retail tagline ‘Energising Life Every Day’ Speaking at their head
In bid to continue providing the best service, Tourist Transport Fiji unveiled six brand new luxury coaches yesterday. The investment is close to $2 million and will provide tour services
A new direction for organic rice farming was demonstrated by Grace Road at the Mataqali Valelevu land in the Rewa province yesterday. This follows after a Memorandum of Understanding was
Areas to look out for: Pharmaecutical sticking point Dispute mechanism Australian beef exports Sugar exports Other agricultural exports Energy exports Manufacturing exports A ban on local content requirements Foreign investment
The business communities of Savusavu town have raised their concerns on the current Fiji Meat Regulation Act. The Savusavu Tourism Association and Savusavu Chamber of Commerce and Industries are requesting
Asco Motors has launched its 8th Generation Toyota Hilux range (pictured) into the Fijian market yesterday. The Minister for Industry, Trade and Tourism Faiyaz Siddiq Koya officiated the launch at
Irish businessman Denis O’Brien has scrapped the potential US$2 billion flotation of his Caribbean and Pacific islands telecoms company Digicel less than 72 hours before its shares were due to
Westpac customers will now have the opportunity to enjoy banking service through the comfort of their mobile phones. This was made possible through the launching of the mobile banking platform
About 35 kindergarten students of Navua Mission Kindergarten visited the Fiji Sun head office in Walu Bay, Suva, as part
RB Patel Group Limited had a positive increase in profits at the end of the 2014 – 2015 financial year.
Melrose, a new tomato variety, was released last week for commercial cultivation at the Sigatoka Research Station. This initiative was
Pure Magic International Business Solutions chief executive officer Caryn Walsh is a finalist in two prestigious national and international competitions.
Training continued yesterday for Fiji Sun press crew during a visit by veteran newspaper engineer Guenther Granitzer. Mr Granitzer is
Concerns over capital gains tax, fringe benefit tax and company taxes were raised by the residents of the northern division
The implementation of a grace period to businesses in the northern division to make delayed tax payments were raised by
The British American Tobacco (BAT) Fiji will now begin exporting their cigarettes to New Zealand from Friday. This was launched
Fiji Sugar Corporation (FSC) Labasa mill will be closed around mid October this month says chairman Abdul Khan. Mr Khan
Fiji Sugar Corporation is concerned over farmers supplying burnt canes to the mill. Chairman Abdul Khan explained they have always
National Fire Authority is calling on sugarcane farmers in Macuata Province to take extra precautions in burning their cane farm.
Statistics are not useful unless they are used by the key stakeholders in our countries says Agriculture, Rural Development and
Cost of project: Vanuatu: Euro 25 million (FJ 6,084,544) Solomon Island: Euro 10 million (FJ 2,433,793) Fiji: Euro 20 million
The group properties The Raffles Group is over 40 years old and offers a range of product to suit most
At least three tonnes of potato were harvested this week from the Nakovacake Total Farm in Nadi. The farm is
COMPETITIVE CATEGORY: (i) GOLD AWARD – Recognition plaque with prize plus winning four member team will be sponsored to participate
University of the South Pacific Vice-Chancellor Professor Rajesh Chandra has stressed having job ready graduates is not the same as
Halth is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.
The newly-appointed Vice-Chancellor of the University of Fiji, Premnarine Misir, says the university’s curriculum has been one of the issues
A decline has been noted by the Education Ministry in the analytical ability of students and employees. Minister for Educator,