Archive [ 2012 September 4 ]

Drifters likely to switch
Fiji Sports

Drifters likely to switch

By VUNIWAQA BOLA The Drifters Volleyball Club will await the decision of the Suva Volleyball Association before they...

Loabuka confirms parks upgrade
Fiji Sports

Loabuka confirms parks upgrade

By VUNIWAQA BOLA The Fiji Sports Council will not only upgrade the National Stadium but the drainage systems of all ...

Chandra  wins Ba  Open tourney
Fiji Sports

Chandra wins Ba Open tourney

By WAISEA NASOKIA National rep Vikrant Chandra won the Ba Open over the weekend. The Ba native is the first golfer t...

Williams wins  ICE golf
Fiji Sports

Williams wins ICE golf

By VUNIWAQA BOLA Robert Williams is the new champion of the Inner Circle Extroverts (ICE) West golf tour. Williams w...

‘Jewel in the Crown’
FIJI NEWS

‘Jewel in the Crown’

By ARISHMA DEVI The opening of Fiji’s Embassy in Abu Dhabi has paid immediate dividends with Prime Minister Commod...

ACS staff urged to make submissions
FIJI NEWS

ACS staff urged to make submissions

By TALEBULA KATE Former head girl of Adi Cakobau School, Talica Malani yesterday encouraged the staff of her old sch...

New mission good for Emirates, Fiji
FIJI NEWS

New mission good for Emirates, Fiji

By Arishma Devi The opening of Fiji’s latest embassy in the United Arab Emirates on Sunday is an opportunity for b...

UAE  president backs Fiji  embassy
FIJI NEWS

UAE president backs Fiji embassy

By Arishma Devi Minister of State Reem Ibrahim Al Hashemy and Fijian Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama att...

Obituary – Raj Singh 1935 – 2012
FIJI NEWS

Obituary – Raj Singh 1935 – 2012

By George Rubine Raj Singh passed away in Gurgaon, New Delhi, India on August 23, 2012 after a short battle with can...

Coconut Wireless
FIJI NEWS

Coconut Wireless

By LEONE CABENATABUA NEW PARTY FOR POLLS The formation of a new political party to represent the workers of this cou...

Nemani can be tried in absentia: High Court
FIJI NEWS

Nemani can be tried in absentia: High Court

By FONUA TALEI The Suva High Court yesterday passed a ruling for the trial of former Fiji National Provident Fund de...

Death crash suspect pleads not guilty
FIJI NEWS

Death crash suspect pleads not guilty

By MERE NALEBA The Nadi woman accused of causing the deaths of two civil servants in a horrific car accident in Siga...

Kenya national on drug charges
FIJI NEWS

Kenya national on drug charges

By MERE NALEBA A Kenyan national yesterday appeared at the Nadi magistrate’s court facing charges of one count of ...

Police tested for UN stints
FIJI NEWS

Police tested for UN stints

By Arishma Devi More than 100 selected police officers of the Fiji Police Force from around the country turned up at...

Witness IDs Risto in court
FIJI NEWS

Witness IDs Risto in court

By FONUA TALEI The Suva Magistrates court yesterday heard that a former boat operator who transported staff and gues...

Our policy impresses  Solomon delegation
Business

Our policy impresses Solomon delegation

By RACHNA LAL A fact-finding delegation from Solomon Islands, which visited Fiji last week, have been impressed with...

MarkOne expands
Business

MarkOne expands

By ELLEN STOLZ Honouring the best Fijian companies operating in international markets since 1993, the 2012 Vodafone ...

New investor underlines mine potential: Broker
Business

New investor underlines mine potential: Broker

By RACHNA LAL and     PROACTIVE INVESTORS A British stockbroker, WH Ireland (WHI), believes the investment in Vat...

Reserve Bank maintains stance
Business

Reserve Bank maintains stance

By RACHNA LAL The board of the Reserve Bank of Fiji has decided to leave the Overnight Policy Rate (OPR) unchanged a...

10 win back purchase with Carpenters Finance
Business

10 win back purchase with Carpenters Finance

By RACHNA LAL and ELLEN STOLZ Imagine buying something on hire purchase, knowing you have to make the payment for a ...

Cha-Ching coming to Fiji TV
Business

Cha-Ching coming to Fiji TV

By ELLEN STOLZ Fiji TV will soon be airing an award-winning programme on Financial Education aimed at young children...

School starts today, Let’s support  our kids
Comments

School starts today, Let’s support our kids

The third academic school term officially begins today. Already, the Minister for Education,  Filipe Bole, has call...

Falling numbers
Letters

Falling numbers

Shalen Kumar Nausori Methodists belive that nightclubs are to be blamed for non-attendance of youths at the church. ...

Church choices
Letters

Church choices

Savenaca Vakaliwaliwa Nasinu Christian churches that include music, dance and freedom of expression in its worship s...

Grog drinking
Letters

Grog drinking

Rajesh Lal Labasa Acts 1:8 .But when the Holy Spirit comes upon  you, you will be filled with power, and you will b...

Yum Cha
Letters

Yum Cha

Peggy Thomas Pacific Harbour After the church service on Sunday last, my friends from Canada decided to have “Yum...

Termite infestation
Letters

Termite infestation

Narayan Reddy Lautoka A friend of mine called me last week and said that he found something interesting that he want...

Mobile giant backs MoBULAise
FIJI NEWS

Mobile giant backs MoBULAise

By Arishma Devi Digicel Fiji announced its support for the Marist Old Boys’ (MOB) annual MoBULAise programme with ...

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