Archive [ 2012 October 29 ]

Flying Fijians make changes
Fiji Sports

Flying Fijians make changes

By SITERI NAVUTOVUTO Injuries have forced a few changes in the Flying Fijians side to tour Europe. Flying Fijians he...

3FIR begins 5-day trek exercises
FIJI NEWS

3FIR begins 5-day trek exercises

By ANA SOVARAKI Soldiers of the 3rd Battalion Fiji Infantry Regiment (3FIR) on Saturday began a five-day exercise ta...

Sir James slams  Govt critics
FIJI NEWS

Sir James slams Govt critics

By MAIKELI SERU Businessman, former government minister and former Ambassador to China, Sir James Ah Koy says people...

Fire warning for Diwali
FIJI NEWS

Fire warning for Diwali

By FONUA TALEI The Fiji Police Force is concerned with the recent increase in the number of reported fire incidents ...

69 home fires: NFA
FIJI NEWS

69 home fires: NFA

By FONUA TALEI The Lomaivuna fire incident which happened on Friday brings to 69 the total number of structural fire...

Mataso fire leaves elderly homeless
FIJI NEWS

Mataso fire leaves elderly homeless

By LITIA MATHEWSELL An elderly farmer of Mataso, Ra, was left homeless after his house was razed to ashes yesterday ...

Juveniles face court for $20K theft
FIJI NEWS

Juveniles face court for $20K theft

By FONUA TALEI Four juveniles, alleged to have stolen $20,000 from a businessman, will appear in the Suva Magistrate...

Fiji pushes Pacific trade agenda with Europe
Business

Fiji pushes Pacific trade agenda with Europe

By RANOBA BAOA Fiji has told Europe’s top trade man: Europe must do more to reach a fair partnership with the Paci...

Mini iPad hits the market
Business

Mini iPad hits the market

Apple has just released its latest gadget: the iPad Mini. This new device is 50% lighter than the regular iPad weigh...

Easy Distributors making  it easier for farmers
Business

Easy Distributors making it easier for farmers

By RANOBA BAOA Making distribution all the more easier for their clients is the philosophy that a company has taken....

FHRI awards students
Business

FHRI awards students

By LITIA MATHEWSELL The Fiji Human Resources Institute (FHRI) awards night paid tribute to the country’s outstandi...

AHRI invites FHRI
Business

AHRI invites FHRI

By LITIA MATHEWSELL The Fiji Human Resources Institute (FHRI) continues to grow from strength to strength with an in...

Taking  politics out of land
Comments

Taking politics out of land

Past governments and certain politicians have used land as a political tool to win the votes of the iTaukei people. ...

Leberwurst
Letters

Leberwurst

Rick Rickman Lautoka My son returning from a business trip to Germany remembering that I had spent a number of years...

Sweet but sour
Letters

Sweet but sour

Pate Maiwiriwiri Lautoka On Fiji Day, I took my family to a popular eatery in Nadi for big meal and all the good stu...

Skilled labour
Letters

Skilled labour

Dr Joel Trazo Suva Fiji is a developing country but it lacks highly skilled workers. There are so many foreign worke...

Christian or secular
Letters

Christian or secular

J Nakarawa Hamilton, NZ The preamble of Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms simply states: Canada is founded u...

Road safety
Letters

Road safety

Floyd Robinson Suva Having recently travelled between the Nabouwalu and Dreketi, I was surprised to observe several ...

Milk and te
Letters

Milk and te

Hirday Lakhan Tailevu Joeli Naleca of Suva wants to confirm an interesting situation “whether we add milk to tea o...

New routes will ease traffic
FIJI NEWS

New routes will ease traffic

By FONUA TALEI The Suva City Council will put up more road signs to ease traffic since the closure of the Stinson Pa...

Filariasis campaign at Waibau
FIJI NEWS

Filariasis campaign at Waibau

By SALASEINI TAWAKE There has been a positive response from people of Waibau Settlement regarding the Filariasis Fre...

Stay out of politics, church ministers told
FIJI NEWS

Stay out of politics, church ministers told

By MAIKELI SERU Church ministers should stay away from politics, says former Methodist Church in Fiji president Reve...

Police nab drunk driver
FIJI NEWS

Police nab drunk driver

By LITIA MATHEWSELL The Land Transport Authority (LTA) Operation Blitz continues in full force in the Western Divisi...

Road safety goes North
FIJI NEWS

Road safety goes North

By MAIKELI SERU The Land Transport Authority (LTA) road safety campaign has moved to the North. It started last Thur...

Lautoka to Nadi  trek for  kidney patients
FIJI NEWS

Lautoka to Nadi trek for kidney patients

By LITIA MATHEWSELL There are only six of them but a conviction to support patients battling kidney failure fuelled ...

Think outside rocks: Puna
FIJI NEWS

Think outside rocks: Puna

By MAIKELI SERU The Prime Minister of Cook Islands and chair of the Pacific Islands Forum (PIF), Henry Puna is calli...

New uniforms for education staff today
FIJI NEWS

New uniforms for education staff today

By MAIKELI SERU The staff of the Ministry of Education will flash a new look from today in their new uniforms. This ...

Ten booked for  drinking, driving
FIJI NEWS

Ten booked for drinking, driving

By FONUA TALEI ‘Drink and drive’ has been a major concern in traffic infringement bookings apart from the bigges...

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