Archive [ 2016 July 30 ]

Dad Gets 7 Years For Raping Daughter
NEWS

Dad Gets 7 Years For Raping Daughter

A man has been jailed seven  years, two months and 23 days for raping his 13-year-old daughter in 2014. Suva High C...

Digital TV Here For All  Fijians, Says Prime Minister
NEWS

Digital TV Here For All Fijians, Says Prime Minister

Fijians will soon access better television pictures and sound quality through a digital platform. This is after Prim...

Politicians Need To Be Fair On Media, Says MIDA Chair
NATION

Politicians Need To Be Fair On Media, Says MIDA Chair

Politicians need to be fair in their comments on the media, says Media Industry Development Authority’s (MIDA) cha...

ANALYSIS-10 Things That Civil Servants Must Know
NATION

ANALYSIS-10 Things That Civil Servants Must Know

It is obvious, in the wake of public complaints, that the old culture in the civil service must change. It means a c...

Couple Farewelled
NEWS

Couple Farewelled

With more than 70 years of service to the Fiji Police Force between them, it was a rare occasion for the institution...

Ba Business Opens New Poultry Shed
NATION

Ba Business Opens New Poultry Shed

The Vuetiau Co-operative Limited yesterday achieved another milestone as it opened its second poultry shed, worth $2...

Reddy: Students Must Focus On Their Studies
NATION

Reddy: Students Must Focus On Their Studies

  Minister for Education Mahendra Reddy is urging students to focus on their studies in response to the high ra...

Orphanage Closing,  Children To Be Relocated
NATION

Orphanage Closing, Children To Be Relocated

  Four children of Saint Tabitha Orphanage and Safe Home in Saweni, Lautoka will be relocated. This was the res...

Tuitubou Urges For Proper Teeth Care
NEWS

Tuitubou Urges For Proper Teeth Care

People only visit the dentist when they suffer from unbearable tooth ache but with proper care, decay and poor gum c...

Trainees End Junior Leadership Course
NATION

Trainees End Junior Leadership Course

Thirty-seven trainees graduated after completing the 11 weeks Junior Non Commissioned Officers course at the Force T...

Fijian Rugby 7s Fever
NATION

Fijian Rugby 7s Fever

  With less than a week to go before the start of the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, people everywhere in our small...

Scouts Body Gets  President’s Backing
NATION

Scouts Body Gets President’s Backing

President Major-General (Ret’d) Jioji Konrote has assured the Fiji Scouts Association his full support. He made re...

Vodafone ATH Foundation Approves 33 Grants
NATION

Vodafone ATH Foundation Approves 33 Grants

Grants for 33 charity organisations for income generation projects have been approved by the Vodafone ATH Fiji Found...

Wailevu Road Re-Sealed
NATION

Wailevu Road Re-Sealed

Work continues on the Wailevu West Coast Road with a one-kilometre section being widened and re-sealed, according to...

Teachers Make Up 60 Per Cent Of Post-graduate Class
NATION

Teachers Make Up 60 Per Cent Of Post-graduate Class

The University of the South Pacific Labasa Campus has revealed that 60 per cent of their Post-Graduate student popul...

Saqani High lass  Targets Media Role
NATION

Saqani High lass Targets Media Role

Students should always set a goal and work towards it. These were the words of 18-year-old Ana Yaranavanua, a Year 1...

8000 Students Visit USP Open Day in Suva
NATION

8000 Students Visit USP Open Day in Suva

About 8000 students from 77 high schools were part of the University of the South Pacific (USP) Open Day yesterday. ...

EDITORIAL : Media Ban On Schools Rugby Ridiculous
Sunvoice

EDITORIAL : Media Ban On Schools Rugby Ridiculous

Are they serious? Are they taking themselves too seriously? It’s definitely a serious concern that the practice of...

Letters To The Editors, 30th, July, 2016
Letters

Letters To The Editors, 30th, July, 2016

Government jobs Rajeshwar Singh, FPSA general Secretary, Suva I refer to the letter in Your View column (FS 27/7/16)...

PM WARNS YOUNG People OF SOCIAL MEDIA DANGER
NATION

PM WARNS YOUNG People OF SOCIAL MEDIA DANGER

The following is a speech by the Prime Minister at the University of the South Pacific’s Open Day yesterday. Honou...

STATEMENT : Reddy Talks Early Childhood Education Week
NATION

STATEMENT : Reddy Talks Early Childhood Education Week

The following is a statement by the Minister for Education, Heritage and Arts on Early Childhood Education Week. Inv...

Naceno, The Portraitist
NATION

Naceno, The Portraitist

Veresa Naceno was lost in thought as he reflected on the transforming power of painting in his life. For someone who...

Carrier Driver Dies In Ba Road Accident
NEWS

Carrier Driver Dies In Ba Road Accident

A 30 year old carrier driver of Rarawai, Ba died following a motor vehicle accident this morning. The victim was dri...

Nadi Muslim College Shines In First Debate Challenge
NATION

Nadi Muslim College Shines In First Debate Challenge

  Nadi Muslim College emerged as the overall winner of the inaugural Nadi Social Science Teachers’ Associatio...

Balaggan’s Coping Mechanism
NATION

Balaggan’s Coping Mechanism

A long way away from home, she is the lone woman in the painting group Muskan Balaggan, 25, is more than 7000 miles ...

Patients Commend Ba Hospital
NATION

Patients Commend Ba Hospital

My daughter was well looked after, says Niazul Feroza appreciating the staff of the hospital   The mother of a ...

Games, Pictorial Illusion Capture Students Minds
NATION

Games, Pictorial Illusion Capture Students Minds

The use of games and pictorial illusion was not only fun and exciting but very educational. This was the comment mad...

Language Studies Key: Head girl
NATION

Language Studies Key: Head girl

Head girl of Tailevu North Secondary School, 18-year-old Seini Waqavou said the Chinese Language course offered by t...

USP Introduces Free Course
NATION

USP Introduces Free Course

The University of the South Pacific will be launching a Pacific Studies Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on Monday....

Development Navakawau To Hold  Bazaar In Labasa
NATION

Development Navakawau To Hold Bazaar In Labasa

The rural dwellers of Navakawau village in southern tip of Taveuni will for the first time celebrate Navakawau Villa...

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