Archive [ 2014 February 17 ]

Political talk
Letters

Political talk

Tukai Lagonilakeba Nadi I have been reading in our local dailies concerns from former politicians with regards to th...

Water baptism
Letters

Water baptism

Lawrence H Narayan Suva Malakai Naduva may be referring to his own teachings of the Gospel in being led astray as hi...

Fiji memories
Letters

Fiji memories

Allen Lockington Mulomulo A very good friend has moved to the United States for work and has been in touch via Faceb...

Recognising the success of our tourism
Opinion

Recognising the success of our tourism

Rachna Lal Managing Editor/Business Ph: (679) 330 7555 (149) Email: rachnal@fijisun.com.fj It’s a big week for tou...

PM’s party manifesto
FIJI NEWS

PM’s party manifesto

Fijian leader says no change in direction from reforms By MAIKA BOLATIKI The Prime Minister, Commodore Voreqe Bainim...

Sharma warns  vigilance on dengue
FIJI NEWS

Sharma warns vigilance on dengue

By ZAFIYA SHAMIM The Ministry of Health is concerned about the increasing number of dengue cases in the country. Its...

COCONUT WIRELESS
Opinion

COCONUT WIRELESS

By JYOTI PRATIBHA RARAWAI RUMBLES Flo-Cert has, we hear, given Rarawai Penang Cane Producers Association till today ...

Bishop talks fruitful: PM
FIJI NEWS

Bishop talks fruitful: PM

Ending Aust travel sanctions on the agenda By MAIKA BOLATIKI The Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama has des...

True leaders are steadfast, reverend says
FIJI NEWS

True leaders are steadfast, reverend says

BY SITERI TALEITAKI and SERUWAIA WAQASAQA “True leaders are anointed by God and will stay steadfast  no matter wh...

What political parties told Forum ministers
FIJI NEWS

What political parties told Forum ministers

Concerns include 1-day poll, decree requirements, electoral commission independence By AQELA SUSU and ROSI DOVIVERAT...

Colo-i-Suva hosts tourists
FIJI NEWS

Colo-i-Suva hosts tourists

By AQELA SUSU More than fifty tourists on board the cruise liner, Oceania Marina visited Coloi-Suva Village, in Tama...

Income generation boot for village
FIJI NEWS

Income generation boot for village

By AQELA SUSU Four months after first hosting tourists at their village, Colo-i-Suva villagers, in Tamavua, have alr...

Teenager dies in early morning blaze
FIJI NEWS

Teenager dies in early morning blaze

By AQELA SUSU A family in Wailea settlement, Vatuwaqa, is grieving the death of a 17-year-old boy who died in an ear...

Facelift for Marist Primary
FIJI NEWS

Facelift for Marist Primary

By FARISHA AHMED Marist Brothers Primary School, at Suva Street, will be undergoing major maintenance of its school ...

Police back PM’s warning on violence
FIJI NEWS

Police back PM’s warning on violence

By LOSALINI RASOQOSOQO Police will continue to put in more effort in its quest to combat violence against women. The...

Three  arrested  for illicit drugs
FIJI NEWS

Three arrested for illicit drugs

By LOSALINI RASOQOSOQO Three men were arrested separately last Friday after police found them allegedly in possessio...

Water trucks will be there: WAF
FIJI NEWS

Water trucks will be there: WAF

By ANA SOVARAKI The Water Authority of Fiji has reassured its customers that its water trucks will be servicing part...

Busy fishing activity  in Bua waters
FIJI NEWS

Busy fishing activity in Bua waters

By SERUWAIA WAQASAQA Fishing is a common activity in the coastal and inland villages in Bua province. Four fishermen...

Labasa mortuary not releasing bodies
FIJI NEWS

Labasa mortuary not releasing bodies

By LOSIRENE CHAND Families in Labasa are asking the local authorities why the bodies of their deceased family member...

Nasoata for international wetlands list
FIJI NEWS

Nasoata for international wetlands list

By ZAFIYA SHAMIM Nasoata, in Rewa, is important to us because it is our ikanakana (breadbasket) where we get our cra...

Sharma warns  vigilance on dengue
FIJI NEWS

Sharma warns vigilance on dengue

By ZAFIYA SHAMIM The Ministry of Health is concerned about the increasing number of dengue cases in the country. Its...

Methodists for final farewell
FIJI NEWS

Methodists for final farewell

By LOSALINI RASOQOSOQO Members of the Methodist Church in Fiji are once again reminded to wear black and white as th...

Eat healthy, says Sharma
FIJI NEWS

Eat healthy, says Sharma

By FARISHA AHMED Eat healthy, stay healthy and live past 70 years, says the Minister for Health, Dr Neil Sharma. Thi...

Votualevu College  chooses Karalaini, Rovil
FIJI NEWS

Votualevu College chooses Karalaini, Rovil

By LITIA MATHEWSELL Votualevu College, Nadi, inducted its student leaders last Friday, in which 30 class prefects an...

Fiji Ports: Law ‘silent’ on vessel anchorage timeframe
Business

Fiji Ports: Law ‘silent’ on vessel anchorage timeframe

By RACHNA LAL and RANOBA BAOA With the worsening tuna industry ‘saga’, the increasing number of fishing vessels ...

Will your jobs be here tomorrow?
Opinion

Will your jobs be here tomorrow?

By KELVIN DAVIS (Kelvin Davis is the director or Greymouse, a cloud service-provider that supplies high quality, tim...

Progress on Momi,  Natadola projects
Business

Progress on Momi, Natadola projects

By SHEIK DEAN The Fiji National Provident Fund has assured that works on the redevelopment of the Momi Bay Project h...

Fiji Airways’ colourful Valentines
Business

Fiji Airways’ colourful Valentines

Fiji Airways and Airports Fiji Limited on Friday marked a colourful Valentine’s Day celebration with travellers. N...

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