Archive [ 2016 May 4 ]

More Fishing Vessels Slipped
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More Fishing Vessels Slipped

Ten vessels have been slipped so far at the Walu-Bay based slipway, Marine Industrial and Structural Engineering Lim...

Ferry Companies Stick To Rules
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Ferry Companies Stick To Rules

Inter-island service providers are more cautious this time about overloading of passengers during the peak travellin...

The Success And Success Of Tourism
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The Success And Success Of Tourism

Post Tropical Cyclone Winston, our tourism industry has once again proved its resilience. And, it has proven again t...

Maiden Voyage Brings Overnight Stay
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Maiden Voyage Brings Overnight Stay

The  capital city of Suva was abuzz with activities over the weekend following the arrival of the MS Explorer of th...

Tokelau Shipping Clarifies Report
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Tokelau Shipping Clarifies Report

Owners of MV Princess Civa, has clarified that their vessel was adrift in the Lau waters because engineers had to fi...

Ship Owner Takes Lead Role
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Ship Owner Takes Lead Role

An inter-island ferry operator has set aside $50,000 to lead a cleanup campaign on cyclone-hit Koro Island. Goundar ...

Letters To The Editor, 4th May, 2016
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Letters To The Editor, 4th May, 2016

Data Bureau Nardeo Mishra,  Nasinu The Minister for Industry and Trade, Faiyaz Siddiq Koya, said the truth about th...

Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort Plans Reopening In September
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Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort Plans Reopening In September

Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort, Fiji, located in Savusavu, plans to reopen on September 1 following closure after Tropi...

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