Archive [ 2014 August 18 ]

TuiWainunu not convinced by SODELPA
NEWS

TuiWainunu not convinced by SODELPA

The people of the district of Wainunu, i Bua, Vanua Levu, want a leader with a vision that will take the country for...

Ro Teimumu faces media
NEWS

Ro Teimumu faces media

Social Democratic Liberal Party leader Ro TeimumuKepa last night appeared live on FBC TV’s ‘For the Record’ sh...

Miliana pushes for cleanliness
NEWS

Miliana pushes for cleanliness

A contestant in the Vodafone Festival of the Friendly North is calling for the proper disposal of rubbish. MilianaLe...

Man Saves Kids in Fire
NEWS

Man Saves Kids in Fire

Suva man Mohammed Rafiq(pictured) was hailed a hero by his neighbours after he ran through a burning home to save hi...

FijiFirst women nominees speak up
NEWS

FijiFirst women nominees speak up

The values and policies of the FijiFirst party have attracted more women to be part of the party’s line-up for the...

iTaukei and Fijians
Letters

iTaukei and Fijians

It is so disturbing to hear SODELPA in their desperation are informing people during their campaigns that the iTauke...

Korean singer wants to help Fijians
NEWS

Korean singer wants to help Fijians

Famous Korean singer, Yoon Hyung-ju, who translated the renowned Fijian farewell song ‘Isa Lei’, wants to help F...

It’s about choice and my father would not disagree: Koya
NEWS

It’s about choice and my father would not disagree: Koya

FijiFirst candidate nominee FaiyazKoya believes that his father would never disagree with his choice to join the Vor...

Weather Early Blow for Stall Owners
NEWS

Weather Early Blow for Stall Owners

All hoping for sun to shine While people still make their way to the 2014 Vodafone Hibiscus Festival in the rain, st...

CAST YOUR VOTES, METHODISTS TOLD
NEWS

CAST YOUR VOTES, METHODISTS TOLD

Methodist Church leaders yesterday urged members to go out and vote on September 17. Reverend LaisiasaRatabacaca, in...

FIJI’S ROOTS AND ROUTES
NEWS

FIJI’S ROOTS AND ROUTES

Tackling the rather rotten planks in the platform of some political parties, bankrupt of progressive ideas to meet t...

Fiji and Iraq Establish  Diplomatic Relations
NEWS

Fiji and Iraq Establish Diplomatic Relations

Fiji and the Republic of Iraq, on Tuesday, formalised diplomatic relations at a ceremony at the Permanent Mission of...

Assemblies of God church holds special meeting
NEWS

Assemblies of God church holds special meeting

The General Superintendent of the Assemblies of God Church in Fiji, Reverend Pita Cili, will seek another term in of...

Let’s give freedom, rights and access  provisions in the Constitution a chance
NEWS

Let’s give freedom, rights and access provisions in the Constitution a chance

In the media we are constantly told by those in authority that freedom is good but it comes with responsibility. The...

CHURCH JOY: Methodists happy with Govt as they celebrate golden jubilee
NEWS

CHURCH JOY: Methodists happy with Govt as they celebrate golden jubilee

Methodists say they are happy with the lifting of the restrictions on their annual conference and the direction the ...

Church Marks 150 Years of Development
NEWS

Church Marks 150 Years of Development

The Holy Cross Parish at Wairiki in Taveuni will be celebrating its 15Oth anniversary this week. The congregation, d...

Qantas frequent flyer points shakeup
SUNBIZ

Qantas frequent flyer points shakeup

New rates earned for partner airlines to be revealed by end of next month. Qantas expects to reveal the new rates at...

Adi Chocolate Expanding
SUNBIZ

Adi Chocolate Expanding

After exports, now local market being explored such as tourism and retail sales. Adi Chocolate Fiji is proving that ...

Fijians beat USA, Japan
SPORTS

Fijians beat USA, Japan

The Fiji national 7s rugby team won their first two pool games at the 2014 Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing yesterday....

Tailevu – Naitasiri promoted
SPORTS

Tailevu – Naitasiri promoted

Tailevu-Naitasiri 3-0 Savusavu What happened: Tailevu-Naitasiri will join the Top 8 football districts in the countr...

Deans Trophy Finals Sold Out
SPORTS

Deans Trophy Finals Sold Out

The popularity of the 2014 Coke Zero Deans finals proved undeniable after Churchill Park was filled to capacity last...

Saraswati saves best for last
SPORTS

Saraswati saves best for last

The Nausori school wins the Vodafone Secondary Schools Football Championship Under-19 title and $1000 The school def...

‘Bigger, Better 2015’
SPORTS

‘Bigger, Better 2015’

Success of inaugural event proves sceptics wrong: Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum The inaugural Fiji International ended on a hi...

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