Archive [ 2016 March 2 ]

RBF: Winston impact expected to lower growth forecast this year
SUNBIZ

RBF: Winston impact expected to lower growth forecast this year

The Reserve Bank of Fiji says the impact of Tropical Cyclone Winston is expected to lower the current growth forecas...

RBF Transfers $32.2m To Government Coffers
SUNBIZ

RBF Transfers $32.2m To Government Coffers

The Reserve Bank of Fiji transferred $32.2 million to the Fijian Government yesterday following confirmation and sig...

Vocal Crowd Greet Our 7s Men
SPORTS

Vocal Crowd Greet Our 7s Men

The Vodafone Fijian 7s team was greeted by a small but vocal Fijian crowd in Las Vegas early yesterday. The crowd we...

NRL Rugby League Organise Cyclone Appeal
SPORTS

NRL Rugby League Organise Cyclone Appeal

The Fiji National Rugby League is organising a pre- season Vodafone cup Nines tournament next Saturday to help out w...

Suva Rugby Season To Kick-Off This Month
SPORTS

Suva Rugby Season To Kick-Off This Month

Suva Rugby Union (SRU) is calling on all its affiliated clubs and new clubs intending to join the Union for the 2016...

Muir’s Scrum Worry
SPORTS

Muir’s Scrum Worry

Flying Fijians scrum coach Allan Muir believes the Telecom Fijian Warriors forwards need to focus more on the scrums...

NZ 7s Donation For Sinuvaca
SPORTS

NZ 7s Donation For Sinuvaca

Tomasi Cama Junior and the All Blacks sevens team collected clothes for people of Sinuvaca Village in Koro before th...

Northern Routes  Reconnected
SUNBIZ

Northern Routes Reconnected

Vessels owned by Goundar Shipping Limited, is back to its normal passenger and cargo services, a week after Tropical...

Ten Containers Bound For Fiji
SUNBIZ

Ten Containers Bound For Fiji

Containers have arrived in Auckland locations where people can donate items of need to be sent to help families in F...

Passenger Safety, A Priority
SUNBIZ

Passenger Safety, A Priority

Passenger safety at two major jetties in the northern division is the top priority for Fiji Roads Authority and the ...

Vessels In Top Shape, Services Normal
SUNBIZ

Vessels In Top Shape, Services Normal

Vessels owned by Patterson Brothers are in top shape and have resumed services as normal. The MV Spirit of Harmony a...

Striving For Excellence, Productivity: FPCL
SUNBIZ

Striving For Excellence, Productivity: FPCL

The Fiji Ports Terminal Limited (FPTL) continues to strive for excellence by lifting its standard of services and le...

Cruise Ships  Resume Calls to Fiji
SUNBIZ

Cruise Ships Resume Calls to Fiji

Good news to all Fijians, especially the tourism industry and local businesses. The resumption of Fijian cruise itin...

Let’s Co-ordinate For All: PM
NEWS

Let’s Co-ordinate For All: PM

Ensure no Fijian is left behind. That was the directive Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama gave all advisory councill...

Ferries Thanked For Service
SUNBIZ

Ferries Thanked For Service

Government is trying its best to normalise the disruptions caused by Tropical Cyclone Winston by sending rations (fo...

Polynesia Line Goes Direct to Tonga
SUNBIZ

Polynesia Line Goes Direct to Tonga

Polynesia Line has announced the addition of direct calls into Nuku’alofa, Tonga. This route was previously servic...

Fijian 3 Return Home To Help
NEWS

Fijian 3 Return Home To Help

Three Fijians serving in the Australian Defence Force are proud to be here to help rebuild Fijian lives battered by ...

We Stand With You, Says Marama Fox
NEWS

We Stand With You, Says Marama Fox

Keimami tu vata kei keimuni kei nomuni vanua ena dredre ni lako curuma tiko; mo ni tu vakaukauwa tiko me rawa ni tar...

Kalabu Secondary Accommodate QVS, RKS Students
NEWS

Kalabu Secondary Accommodate QVS, RKS Students

Kalabu Secondary School in Nasinu accommodated three students from prominent all-boy schools in Tailevu that were da...

Time To Go?
Coconut Wireless

Time To Go?

What is this that we hear about a certain not so significant political figure finally deciding to make a move to set...

Fiji Urges Visitors  To Return
SUNBIZ

Fiji Urges Visitors To Return

Fiji is ready to host visitors to our shores, including visiting cruise lines. Minister for Industry and Trade and T...

Disaster Recovery Training For Ministers
NATION

Disaster Recovery Training For Ministers

The Methodist Church in Fiji has acquired the services of specialised disaster trauma counsellor Reverend Stephen Ro...

Cruise Ships  Resume Calls to Fiji
SUNBIZ

Cruise Ships Resume Calls to Fiji

Good news to all Fijians, especially the tourism industry and local businesses. The resumption of Fijian cruise itin...

Viliame Soko Case Called For Mention
NATION

Viliame Soko Case Called For Mention

The case of Police officers Manasa Talala, Seruvi Caqusau, Kelevi Sewatu, Penaia Drauna, Filise Vere, Viliame Vereiv...

Ferries Thanked For Service
SUNBIZ

Ferries Thanked For Service

Government is trying its best to normalise the disruptions caused by Tropical Cyclone Winston by sending rations (fo...

Schools Suffer $41.69 million Worth of  Damage, Cost to Rise
NATION

Schools Suffer $41.69 million Worth of Damage, Cost to Rise

  Cyclone Winston caused a preliminary $41.69 million-worth of damage to the Education Sector. National Disaste...

Ra Rural Schools Evacuees Welcome Education Minister
NATION

Ra Rural Schools Evacuees Welcome Education Minister

The Minister for Education, Heritage and Arts, Mahendra Reddy and senior education officers visited six Ra rural sch...

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