Archive [ 2012 October 14 ]

Body found in Wailekutu
FIJI NEWS

Body found in Wailekutu

By RINU SHYYAM The body of a man was yesterday found at the Wailekutu Bridge in Lami yesterday. Police spokesperson ...

Four youths in custody for alleged rape
FIJI NEWS

Four youths in custody for alleged rape

By RINU SHYYAM Four youths are currently in Police custody for allegedly raping a girl in Kalabu on Thursday. The in...

Budding chefs in school competition
FIJI NEWS

Budding chefs in school competition

By KAVITA NAIDU The kitchen team of the Outrigger on the Lagoon Fiji will be doing a community based project, partne...

A Pacific voice for post 2015 agenda
FIJI NEWS

A Pacific voice for post 2015 agenda

Source: UNDP Pacific Centre A three-day consultation amongst Pacific Island representatives on the post 2015 agenda ...

Labasa hotels booked out for summit
FIJI NEWS

Labasa hotels booked out for summit

By JOELENE TUIMOALA All the main hotels in Labasa are booked out for the three-day Climate Change Summit in Labasa, ...

Fijian tourism still has upper hand: Seeto
Business

Fijian tourism still has upper hand: Seeto

Source: Travel Weekly, Australia Fiji’s hotel sector remains unfazed by growing tourism numbers to its South Pacif...

Rooms available increase while rooms sold decreases
Business

Rooms available increase while rooms sold decreases

By RANOBA BAOA More hotel rooms are now available, the Fiji Bureau of Statistics said in a report just released on q...

Mahogany firm assists community
Business

Mahogany firm assists community

By RACHNA LAL Sustainable Mahogany Industries Limited is a company which not only strives to contribute towards our ...

Vodafone warns its customers on hoax
Business

Vodafone warns its customers on hoax

By RANOBA BAOA Vodafone Fiji Limited has issued a warning to all their customers in regard to a hoax short message s...

High hopes for Ba town
Business

High hopes for Ba town

By LITIA MATHEWSELL Usually waved off as a stopover instead of a tourist destination, a flamboyant new entry is turn...

BSP donates  $10,000  to FENC FIJI
Business

BSP donates $10,000 to FENC FIJI

By ELLEN STOLZ Bank South Pacific (BSP) wrote out a cheque worth $10,000 for the Foundation for the Education of Nee...

Our forgotten, neglected people
Comments

Our forgotten, neglected people

It is time that we help our Melanesian Community here in Fiji. Politically they have most recently been categorised ...

FEA bill
Letters

FEA bill

Dr Joel Trazo Nadera The current FEA billing system is based on actual reading of consumers’ meter and estimated m...

Christian state
Letters

Christian state

Savenaca Vakaliwaliwa Nasinu While this writer is not in favour of Fiji being declared as a Christian State because ...

Satisfied businessmen
Letters

Satisfied businessmen

Shanal Sivan Nasinu When the price of wheat is high the price of flour and bread goes up. When oil is expensive bus ...

Road repair
Letters

Road repair

Ashvir Singh Tovata Road I wish express my sincere gratitude and appreciation to all of the Nasinu Town Council empl...

Being frank
Letters

Being frank

Joeli Naleca Suva Children are always frank with what they say. We were talking about school brawls when all of a su...

Reasonable force
Letters

Reasonable force

J Nakarawa Hamilton, NZ It appears from some letters to this column that escaped prisoners should accept the punishm...

Labasa soccer
Letters

Labasa soccer

Sukha Singh Labasa I cannot understand why people want to change the officials of Labasa soccer. These officials do ...

Methodists firm on Christian state
FIJI NEWS

Methodists firm on Christian state

By FONUA TALEI The Methodist Church in Fiji and Rotuma submits that the best way forward for Fiji is to have a Chris...

Media freedom wanted  by group
FIJI NEWS

Media freedom wanted by group

By FONUA TALEI Provision for the promotion of freedom of the media was highlighted by the Emerging Leaders Forum Alu...

SDL wants chiefs back
FIJI NEWS

SDL wants chiefs back

By FONUA TALEI The Soqosoqo Duavata Ni Lewenivanua (SDL) political party submits that the name Fiji Islander be the ...

Melanesian community want land security
FIJI NEWS

Melanesian community want land security

By MAIKA BOLATIKI The Fiji Melanesian Community Development Association (FMCDA), in its submission to the Constituti...

Lauans unite in the North
FIJI NEWS

Lauans unite in the North

By LITIA BUKALIDI Lau people living in the North had their fundraising day at St Mary’s Primary School, in Labasa....

Officer bemoans road safety
FIJI NEWS

Officer bemoans road safety

By LITIA MATHEWSELL The second day of ‘Operation Blitz’ recorded a staggering 381 traffic offences in the Wester...

Veiuto families have fun
FIJI NEWS

Veiuto families have fun

By RINU SHYYAM It was a day full of fun activities at Veiuto Primary School in Suva yesterday as the school held its...

Marist ex-students  set up trust
FIJI NEWS

Marist ex-students set up trust

By LITIA MATHEWSELL Following a consensus at the Digicel MoBULAise Conference in Nadi on Friday, members of the Mari...

Fiji students in  India celebrate
FIJI NEWS

Fiji students in India celebrate

By FONUA TALEI Fijian students studying in India gathered for their very own celebration of Fiji Day to commemorate ...

Too many bad drivers: LTA
FIJI NEWS

Too many bad drivers: LTA

By LITIA BUKALIDI The chief executive officer of the Land Transport Authority, Naisa Tuinaceva, is not happy about t...

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