Archive [ 2014 October 27 ]

‘Asia Tour In June’
Football, SPORTS

‘Asia Tour In June’

The Fiji national football team is likely to play against Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand before the Pacific Games ...

Tamanivalu On All Blacks Radar
SPORTS

Tamanivalu On All Blacks Radar

There may not have been a spot for him as a tour bolter, but Taranaki midfield sensation Seta Tamanivalu is on the A...

Fight Night A Hit In Levuka
SPORTS

Fight Night A Hit In Levuka

The Amateur Boxing Association of Fiji (ABAF) has selected a training squad for the 2015 Pacific Games in Papua New ...

42 Records Fall
SPORTS

42 Records Fall

The 2014 BSP Short Course Age Nationals saw 42 national swimming records fall at the Damodar City Aquatic Centre in ...

‘More Jobs’
NEWS

‘More Jobs’

Government will use the current economic growth to create more jobs, Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama says. He said...

FijiFirst Support Humbles PM Bainimarama
NEWS

FijiFirst Support Humbles PM Bainimarama

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama says he is honoured and humbled by the support he received to lead Fiji. He was sp...

Free Ride?
Coconut Wireless

Free Ride?

An interesting question making rounds on social media: How come nobody ever sees a uniformed Police officer paying b...

Prioritise Children: Rosy Akbar
NEWS

Prioritise Children: Rosy Akbar

The development of children is one of the priorities of the Minister for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation, Ro...

350 Cases Of Breast Cancer Recorded
NEWS

350 Cases Of Breast Cancer Recorded

More than 350 cases of breast cancer have been reported to the Fiji Cancer Society which includes both males and fem...

Beddoes’ Future In The Balance
NEWS

Beddoes’ Future In The Balance

Mick Beddoes’ future in the Opposition Office hangs in the balance. At the moment, he is working voluntarily as th...

FNPF Marks Pinktober
SUNCITY

FNPF Marks Pinktober

The Fiji National Provident Fund marked the National Breast Cancer Awareness Month with a cancer awareness walks on ...

Expect More Rain: Weather Office
SUNCITY

Expect More Rain: Weather Office

Rain is expected to continue in most part of the country, the Fiji Meteorological Office in Nadi has predicted. The ...

Pleass Global’s Visitor Centre Plans Underway
SUNBIZ

Pleass Global’s Visitor Centre Plans Underway

Pleass Global Limited is developing a portion of its 420-acre site in Namosi to build a visitor centre underlining t...

Vodafone Explains Time Changes
SUNBIZ

Vodafone Explains Time Changes

Vodafone has told mobile users to check their phones to make sure that they haven’t switched to daylight savings a...

Outrigger’s Diwali Fun
SUNBIZ

Outrigger’s Diwali Fun

Resort guests staying at Outrigger on the Lagoon Fiji were treated to a feast of international standards when the re...

Total’s New CEO Has Some Very Big Shoes To Fill
SUNBIZ

Total’s New CEO Has Some Very Big Shoes To Fill

You have to feel a little sorry for Patrick Pouyanné. Who, you might ask? Well, exactly. At midday last Tuesday wit...

India’s First Smart City Takes Shape
SUNBIZ

India’s First Smart City Takes Shape

Gujarat, one of India’s largest manufacturing hubs and Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s home state, is the site of...

Blake: Charlene Has What It Takes
NATION

Blake: Charlene Has What It Takes

Miss World Fiji National Director Andhy Blake says Charlene Tafuna’i has a good chance of winning the blue crown. ...

Homes Tell Why They Do It
NATION

Homes Tell Why They Do It

The president of a special home in Suva feels that families in Fiji today were not taking the responsibility to look...

Feast Of Christ Celebrated
NATION

Feast Of Christ Celebrated

The Feast of Jesus Christ has a specific date and year which is marked in the Liturgical Calendar. Members of the Tr...

Task Force Formed
NATION

Task Force Formed

An Ebola Task Force has been set up across a range of ministries to monitor the local and the regional situations an...

Three Men Questioned On Sigatoka Death
NATION

Three Men Questioned On Sigatoka Death

Police have questioned three men in connection with the death of Josese Qaraniqio, 39, whose half-submerged body was...

More Books For North Students
NATION

More Books For North Students

Primary and secondary school students around Labasa were enriched with the gift of more library books to read when t...

Development Success Will Hinge On Closer Co-operation
Sunvoice

Development Success Will Hinge On Closer Co-operation

The relationship between development partners or aid donors and recipients (governments) has come under scrutiny in ...

Letters October 27 2014
Letters

Letters October 27 2014

Beddoes around Amenatave Yaconisau, Suva The Opposition, I am reliably informed, is more or less agreed on the appoi...

What Is A Maiden Speech?
Opinion

What Is A Maiden Speech?

Welcome back to Parliament 101.  As Parliament 101 has observed in previous columns, the modern pageantry and proce...

What Your Mouth Says About Your Health
ENTERTAINMENT

What Your Mouth Says About Your Health

Dental problems can signify more than sweet tooth – and could even be a sign of serious disease, an expert has...

Kapoor Ropes In A New Director For Son’s Second Film
ENTERTAINMENT

Kapoor Ropes In A New Director For Son’s Second Film

In an attempt to explore new talent, actor Anil Kapoor has reportedly roped in a new director for his son Harshvardh...

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