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Amputee Seeks Help
NATION

Amputee Seeks Help

Suliana Disoloi, 34, also known as Marica, is an amputee living at Naqai Village, in Labasa. Her leg was amputated n...

Alleged Rapist Bailed
NATION

Alleged Rapist Bailed

The 26-year-old man, who was charged for allegedly raping a 24-year-old woman last weekend, was released on a $1000 ...

Recognise Yams, Ministry Urges
SUNBIZ

Recognise Yams, Ministry Urges

The importance of yams was stressed during the Northern Agriculture Show at Subrail Park in Labasa this week. The Mi...

Mandarin Galore
SUNBIZ

Mandarin Galore

The Northern Agriculture show in Labasa has pulled people from all around Vanua Levu. Dakuniba village ladies Amelia...

Man, 26, Charged With Rape
NATION

Man, 26, Charged With Rape

A 26-year-old man who was charged with rape appeared at the High Court in Labasa yesterday. The man who was alleged ...

New Bridge Brings Hope For Villagers, Farmers
NATION

New Bridge Brings Hope For Villagers, Farmers

Bulileka residents and farmers outside Labasa have been eagerly awaiting the opening of the new Boca Bridge today. T...

Rape Case Moved To High Court
NATION

Rape Case Moved To High Court

A father, who was charged with eight counts of rape, appeared at the Labasa Magistrates Court last Friday. The 47-ye...

Reddy Praises North Schools
NATION

Reddy Praises North Schools

School managers in the Northern Division have been praised for their good work. Minister for Education, Heritage and...

Schools ‘Misuse Government Grant’
NEWS

Schools ‘Misuse Government Grant’

Twenty per cent of school management around Fiji misused school grants given by Government, says the Minister for Ed...

Ramabuke Scoops Crown
NATION

Ramabuke Scoops Crown

First-year Then India Sanmarga Ikya (TISI) Sangam Nursing School student Elena Roberta Ramabuke (Miss Taveuni) was c...

Copra Millers Board Approves Refinery
SUNBIZ

Copra Millers Board Approves Refinery

A combination of factors has forced Copra Millers Fiji Limited to re-strategise its role for the next six months. Th...

Fashion Show At 30,000 Feet
NEWS

Fashion Show At 30,000 Feet

Fiji’s first Fashion Flight is all set to be staged at 30,000 feet in the air, during a Fiji Airways flight to Wel...

Widow Gets Suspended Sentence For Defilement
NATION

Widow Gets Suspended Sentence For Defilement

A widow has been given a suspended jail term for defilement. The victim is a 15-year-old student. The woman, who is ...

Lodge Con Complaints, Police Urge Public
NEWS

Lodge Con Complaints, Police Urge Public

The Fiji Police are urging people to lodge complaints if they have been conned or blackmailed by people on social me...

Kumar Leases Out His Own Tractor
SUNBIZ

Kumar Leases Out His Own Tractor

Meet Jagdish Kumar of Waiqele who leases out his tractor to sugarcane farmers. Mr Kumar is a retired farmer living a...

Carnival Opening Draws Big Crowd
NEWS

Carnival Opening Draws Big Crowd

The people of the North flooded Labasa Town yesterday, not only to catch a glimpse of the 26 contestants competing i...

Association Pushes For Change In Attitudes
NATION

Association Pushes For Change In Attitudes

A team from the Psychiatric Survivors Association led by projects officer Jese Mamanavesi and two volunteers conduct...

Opetaia’s Hard Work Bears Fruit
SUNCITY

Opetaia’s Hard Work Bears Fruit

Though she operates a small- scale fish selling business in Labasa, Laauto Opetaia never thought that one day she be...

Farmer Can’t Believe  Victims Still Alive
SUNCITY

Farmer Can’t Believe Victims Still Alive

Three days after the Coqeloa horrific van accident Shrish Chand still can’t believe the victims are still alive. T...

Work Hard, Reddy Tells Students
SUNCITY

Work Hard, Reddy Tells Students

Northern students have been encouraged to work hard and become knowledge-based citizens in the future. The Minister ...

Van Driver Yet To Be Questioned
NATION, SUNCITY

Van Driver Yet To Be Questioned

Francis Lee, the driver of the ill-fated van that veered off the road on Tuesday at Coqeloa outside Labasa, is still...

13,000 Donors Top Up Supply
NEWS

13,000 Donors Top Up Supply

More than 13,000 people voluntarily gave blood to assist the Fiji National Blood Service last year. This was reveale...

Koro Pair Brave Travel For Check-up
NATION

Koro Pair Brave Travel For Check-up

Miliana Vivita and Vasenai Tamani travelled from island in the Lomaiviti Group to take advantage of the free medical...

North Leaders Learn Better Communication
NATION

North Leaders Learn Better Communication

Village headmen, police officers and civil servants in Labasa have learned the art of effective communication. Parti...

People Want Bigger, Better
NATION

People Want Bigger, Better

People in the North are looking forward to a bigger and better Duavata Crime Prevention Carnival this year, says cha...

26 In Biggest Fest Launch
NATION

26 In Biggest Fest Launch

The Northern Duavata Crime Prevention Carnival will present its 26 contestants this weekend at the Banana Leaf Resta...

Man Begs To Earn Extra Cash For House
NATION

Man Begs To Earn Extra Cash For House

A 44-year-old man is still begging on the streets of Labasa despite being a social welfare recipient. But crawling a...

Support Boosts Girls
NATION

Support Boosts Girls

The support of parents has boosted young girls to participate in this competition, says Northern Urdu Workgroup comm...

Prakash Has A Plan To Keep His Farm
SUNBIZ

Prakash Has A Plan To Keep His Farm

Batikama sugarcane farmer, Dharmendra Prakash, who has been farming sugarcane for the past 35 years, has set out his...

Nasekula Church Raises $16K
NATION

Nasekula Church Raises $16K

The Nasekula Methodist Church circuit raised more than $16,000 in a two-day fundraising at Nabalesi compound in Nase...

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