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Vodafone Marks Fiji Sun’s 16th

A Vodafone Fiji team yesterday paid a surprise visit to celebrate Fiji Sun’s 16th birthday. The team brought in a birthday cake especially designed to mark the occasion coupled with
30 Sep 2015 10:32
Vodafone Marks  Fiji Sun’s 16th
Vodafone staff visited Fiji Sun as they celebrate Fiji Sun 16th birthday. Photo: PAULINI RATULAILAI.

A Vodafone Fiji team yesterday paid a surprise visit to celebrate Fiji Sun’s 16th birthday.

The team brought in a birthday cake especially designed to mark the occasion coupled with 16 beautifully-baked cup cakes.

Vodafone Fiji sponsorship and public relations manager, Adriu Vakarau, said: “We have been partners for a very long time and have shared some great moments with you over the years.

“We wish you all the best in the future and we hope that we will continue to give the best in Fiji and wish you a happy 16th birthday.”

General manager Publications, Leone Cabenatabua, said: “We always value our friendship and partnership with Vodafone Fiji.”

He said Vodafone Fiji’s presence at the Fiji Sun office strengthened the partnership and relationship with Vodafone because it showed the confidence Vodafone has in Fiji Sun.

 

The story

Fiji Sun’s first publication started on September 24, 1999, with the vision to bring bright and fresh news to the people of Fiji.

The visionary managing director of C.J Patel which owns Fiji Sun, the late Sundip Patel, wanted a newspaper that was Fijian-owned and truly committed to Fiji.

Today, the Fiji Sun is the biggest newspaper in the country and the region bar New Zealand and Australia.

The Fiji Sun is packed with News, Business, Sports, Shipping, Sun Wheels, Sun Properties, Garam Masala, Sunday Magazine, health tips, world news and much more.

The country’s leading newspaper always strives to bring hard hitting news to your morning break sessions.

Feedback: rachael.nath@fijisun.com.fj

 

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