Archive [ 2012 September 20 ]

Ba falls in primary schools IDC
Fiji Sports

Ba falls in primary schools IDC

By WAISEA NASOKIA The Fiji Primary Schools Inter District Championship goes into the semifinals and finals stage on ...

Minister visits our troops
FIJI NEWS

Minister visits our troops

  By MAIKA BOLATIKI Minister for Defence, National Security and Immigration, Joketani Cokanasiga is currently visit...

New political  groups emerging
FIJI NEWS

New political groups emerging

By JYOTI PRATIBHA New political groupings are being discussed in the countdown to the 2014 general elections. Felix ...

Visiting ILO team asked to leave
FIJI NEWS

Visiting ILO team asked to leave

By JYOTI PRATIBHA A visiting International Labour Organisation delegation was yesterday asked to leave the country. ...

Drunk driver  fined $300
FIJI NEWS

Drunk driver fined $300

By TALEBULA KATE A man appeared before Chief Magistrate Usaia Ratuvili yesterday charged with driving while under th...

Murder suspect to get  embassy assistance
FIJI NEWS

Murder suspect to get embassy assistance

By LITIA BUKALIDI U.S Embassy staff are expected to provide assistance to an American national being questioned by L...

Phase 3 of ‘Red Zone’ starts
FIJI NEWS

Phase 3 of ‘Red Zone’ starts

By TALEBULA KATE The Fiji Police Force and the Land Transport Authority have teamed up again to re-launch phase thre...

PM to open retiree expo
Business

PM to open retiree expo

By RACHNA LAL Retirement is not a full stop – but rather a pause in one’s life where he/she can stop to think ab...

Mine move welcomed
Business

Mine move welcomed

By RACHNA LAL The miners looking to setting up a mine in Namosi have welcomed Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainim...

Warwick trains youth for future employment
Business

Warwick trains youth for future employment

By RANOBA BAOA The Warwick Fiji Resort & Spa is working with communities along the Coral Coast training the yout...

Unions move threatens 15,000 jobs: Govt
Business

Unions move threatens 15,000 jobs: Govt

By RACHNA LAL and RANOBA     BAOA Government is concerned that certain trade unions are threatening the jobs of 1...

InterContinental Fiji voted best in NZ
Business

InterContinental Fiji voted best in NZ

Source: INTERCONTINENTAL FIJI             GOLF RESORT & SPA The New Zealand travel industry has voted...

Tebara move dismays association
Business

Tebara move dismays association

By RACHNA LAL Tebara Transport Limited’s abrupt decision to once again stop services in a highly-populated area in...

Students learn  of HIV/AIDS
FIJI NEWS

Students learn of HIV/AIDS

By JYOTI PRATIBHA The National Substance Abuse Advisory Council held a peer education workshop for nine schools from...

NZ book donation  boosts city library
FIJI NEWS

NZ book donation boosts city library

Public must help recapture dangerous 5
Comments

Public must help recapture dangerous 5

Let’s not beat around the bush here. There’s more to the escape from Naboro of five violent criminals than meets...

Crime free
Letters

Crime free

Savenaca Vakaliwaliwa Nasinu What has happened to the craze of declaring cities and towns’ crime free? Currently, ...

Brothers in faith
Letters

Brothers in faith

Filomena Koroi Dilkusha Senior Circuit Steward Nausori We have read so many letters that had been written about Ilie...

Honour all  disabled
Letters

Honour all disabled

Lynda Tabuya Semaan Suva Much has been done and given to recognize our golden boy Iliesa Delana, and well deserved t...

Denarau toll
Letters

Denarau toll

Ashneel Sudhakar Ba If the Dickie Bird (FS 17/09) is to be believed then soon anyone entering Denarau Island will be...

Cadets better than boot camp: Govt
FIJI NEWS

Cadets better than boot camp: Govt

By MAIKA BOLATIKI Boot camp is not an option for Fiji at the moment, says the Fijian Government. This revelation was...

Traffic staff sharpen skills
FIJI NEWS

Traffic staff sharpen skills

By FONUA TALEI The Land Transport Authority (LTA) enforcement team is positive about meeting new challenges after sp...

Bua chief hints on Bible teachings
FIJI NEWS

Bua chief hints on Bible teachings

By JOELENE TUIMOALA A chief from Bua has suggested that submissions made to the Constitution Commission should be ba...

College opens five more
FIJI NEWS

College opens five more

By LITIA MATHEWSELL Korovuto College in Nadi proudly unveiled a new block of classrooms yesterday. The five new clas...

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