Archive [ 2016 March 5 ]

Police Warn Drivers To Follow Road rules
NATION

Police Warn Drivers To Follow Road rules

A 22-year-old driver of Nakasi and a 29-year old passenger of Narere are now recovering at the Colonial War Memorial...

‘We Build Our Nation’
NEWS

‘We Build Our Nation’

It is times like this we see unity in a nation and better yet schools. Regardless of gender, ethnicity, age, etc, it...

Muslim League: Schools Hit Hard
NATION

Muslim League: Schools Hit Hard

The cost of Tropical Cyclone Winston damage on schools under the Fiji Muslim League stands at more than US$600,000 (...

5 Traders Fined For Price Gouging
NEWS

5 Traders Fined For Price Gouging

Fiji Commerce Commission has fined five traders for limiting supply, overcharging and conditional sale. A Navua trad...

Nadolo In To Help
SPORTS

Nadolo In To Help

  Crusaders wing Nemani Nadolo will be fly home next week to help his countrymen following the devastation caus...

Nakasi High School Donates For Cyclone Victims
NATION

Nakasi High School Donates For Cyclone Victims

In bid to assist people affected by Tropical Cyclone Winston, the management, teachers and students of Nakasi High S...

GHM Autos Supply Emergency Relief Kits
NATION

GHM Autos Supply Emergency Relief Kits

GHM Autos staff members are working hard to supply emergency relief kits to people affected by Tropical Cyclone Wins...

Rodan: Games Should Go On
SPORTS

Rodan: Games Should Go On

  Fiji Association of Sports and National Olympic Committee (FASANOC) president Joseph Rodan Snr insisted that ...

University Students’ Body Set Aside $15K
NATION

University Students’ Body Set Aside $15K

University of the South Pacific Students Association (USPSA), Lautoka Campus has taken its stand to help students wh...

Our Soldiers In Sinai Hold Winston Fundraiser
NATION

Our Soldiers In Sinai Hold Winston Fundraiser

Serving in the Middle East has not distanced Fijian soldiers from their homeland. Serving under the Multinational Fo...

Koro Devastation Worse Than War Zone: Aust Commander
NATION

Koro Devastation Worse Than War Zone: Aust Commander

The devastation on a small Fijian island that accounted for nearly a quarter of the death toll from Cyclone Winston ...

Lions Top In Labasa
SPORTS

Lions Top In Labasa

  Lions won the 2016 Labasa College inter-house athletics competition yesterday. Lions collected 13 gold, 5 sil...

‘Colossal’  Recovery  Ahead
NATION

‘Colossal’ Recovery Ahead

The rebuild ahead of Fiji is “colossal” with 40 per cent of the country’s children affected by Cyclone Winston...

Nabua Secondary  Scouting For New Talents
SPORTS

Nabua Secondary Scouting For New Talents

  While most schools are aiming to qualify for the Coca-Cola Games in their respective zone competitions, Nabua...

FICAC On Lookout For Corrupt Practices On The Back Of Cyclone Winston
NATION

FICAC On Lookout For Corrupt Practices On The Back Of Cyclone Winston

The Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption has fostered partnership with the National Disaster Management Of...

Raiwaqa Too Strong For Nabua
SPORTS

Raiwaqa Too Strong For Nabua

  Raiwaqa started the season winning the first round of the Commodore’s Community Cup beating defending champ...

Warriors’ Progress Pleasing
SPORTS

Warriors’ Progress Pleasing

  Telecom Fijian Warriors Coach, Senirusi Seruvakula  is happy with the team’s progress after camping for a ...

Future Forests optimistic despite piling losses in first six months of financial year
SUNBIZ

Future Forests optimistic despite piling losses in first six months of financial year

  Despite reporting further losses for its six monthly performance, Future Forests (Fiji) Limited remains confi...

Insider look Into Inter Continental Fiji’s Insider Collection
SUNBIZ

Insider look Into Inter Continental Fiji’s Insider Collection

InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa and Malomalo Primary School of Natadola Bay have recently broke ground f...

Vanuabalavu Student Ready For Urban Education
NATION

Vanuabalavu Student Ready For Urban Education

  Joining an urban school can be very challenging, especially coming from a maritime zone. For 18-year-old stud...

High Cost Of Cyclones In Fiji And Pacific
SUNBIZ

High Cost Of Cyclones In Fiji And Pacific

Tropical Cyclone Winston is the strongest cyclone ever recorded for the Southern Hemisphere. The damage that Cyclone...

Minister Akbar Touches Hearts of Affected Families
NATION

Minister Akbar Touches Hearts of Affected Families

Residents of Maururu Settlement in Ba praised the Minister for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation,  Rosy Akbar...

Sangam Inks $3m Loss
NATION

Sangam Inks $3m Loss

  Tropical Cyclone Winston left behind damaged estimated at $3million for the Then India Sanmarga Ikya (TISI) S...

13 Join Swami Vivekananda College
NATION

13 Join Swami Vivekananda College

  Swami Vivekananda College has welcomed 13 students from various schools that were affected by Tropical Cyclon...

Learn More About Tax Invoices And Their Significance
SUNBIZ

Learn More About Tax Invoices And Their Significance

Receipts, invoices, tax invoices and credit notes are documents used to record business transactions between traders...

All Smiles For Tavua Resident
NATION

All Smiles For Tavua Resident

  Minister for Employment, Productivity and Industrial Relations Semi Koroilavesau brought smiles to the faces ...

Merchant Finance Launches Products To Assist SMEs
SUNBIZ

Merchant Finance Launches Products To Assist SMEs

  Merchant Finance Limited has just launched a suite of innovative products designed to assist our small and me...

A Reflection On Black Side Of Social Media
SUNBIZ

A Reflection On Black Side Of Social Media

Last week I wrote an article on the black side of social media, the use of the internet by people who write blogs th...

Seedlings For Devastated Communities
NATION

Seedlings For Devastated Communities

  About 43,000 fruit and vegetable seedlings have been made available by the Pacific Community (SPC) and the Eu...

Some Social Media Basics For Businesses
SUNBIZ

Some Social Media Basics For Businesses

The business world is changing. The habits and behaviours of your clients are different now to what they were 10 yea...

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