Archive [ 2016 November 2 ]

Delays In Future Forests Fiji’s Annual Report Release Explained
SUNBIZ

Delays In Future Forests Fiji’s Annual Report Release Explained

Future Forests Fiji Limited’s 2016 Annual Report is expected to now be released by Thursday. The annual report was...

Police Will Not Condone Brutality, Says Sitiveni Qiliho
NEWS

Police Will Not Condone Brutality, Says Sitiveni Qiliho

  Brigadier-General Sitiveni Qiliho says Police will not condone brutality under his watch. The Police Commissi...

A-G: Regional Government, Telecos Responsible To Attract New Technology
SUNBIZ

A-G: Regional Government, Telecos Responsible To Attract New Technology

The lack of economies of scale in the Pacific means regional governments and telecommunications providers have a res...

Regional Workshop Aimed At Improving Pension Systems Opens Today At GPH
SUNBIZ

Regional Workshop Aimed At Improving Pension Systems Opens Today At GPH

Fiji is today hosting the first regional workshop on improving social protection roles of Pacific Pension Systems he...

Year-End Inflation Forecast Revised Upward To 5%
SUNBIZ

Year-End Inflation Forecast Revised Upward To 5%

The Reserve Bank of Fiji has revised the 2016 year-end headline inflation forecast upward to five per cent from the ...

Not Forgotten
NEWS

Not Forgotten

The families of the four loyal soldiers and two Policemen killed during the 2000 political crisis will soon be movin...

Young Surfers Head To Namotu Pools
SPORTS

Young Surfers Head To Namotu Pools

The second Rip Curl Micro Grommet Series is expected to be bigger and better than the last one. This Saturday our yo...

Hotel Workers Ready To Play
SPORTS

Hotel Workers Ready To Play

Over 72 teams will battle in the annual Fiji Hotel Workers Volleyball tournament at Lawaqa Park, Sigatoka on Saturda...

Photocopiers, Generators To Be Distributed To 118 Schools
NEWS

Photocopiers, Generators To Be Distributed To 118 Schools

The Minister for Education, Heritage and Arts, Mahendra Reddy, was at the launch for the distribution of photocopier...

President Meets Ethiopian Counterpart
NEWS

President Meets Ethiopian Counterpart

The President of Ethiopia Mulatu Teshome, reaffirmed his nation’s support to Fiji at both the bilateral and multil...

Ministry Works On  Reducing Reliance On Imported Meat
NEWS

Ministry Works On Reducing Reliance On Imported Meat

He said dairy, beef and lamb are the most imported livestock and products here   The Ministry of Agriculture is...

RBF: Australian Visitor Numbers On A Decline Since April
SUNBIZ

RBF: Australian Visitor Numbers On A Decline Since April

The Reserve Bank of Fiji has revealed in its October Economic review that visitor numbers from our major tourist mar...

Bring It On: Coach
SPORTS

Bring It On: Coach

The Fijiana 15s side are ready to face Papua New Guinea for the inaugural Oceania Rugby Championship at the ANZ Stad...

Flying Fijians Prepare For Tour Opener
SPORTS

Flying Fijians Prepare For Tour Opener

Burly winger Nemani Nadolo has joined the Vodafone Flying Fijians in their camp in Toulouse, France. The Montpellier...

Letters To The Editor, 2nd, November, 2016
Letters

Letters To The Editor, 2nd, November, 2016

Middle East pictures Tukai Lagonilakeba, Nadi Thank you Fiji Sun for your daily coverage highlighting the President ...

EDITORIAL: Let’s Keep Out Politics From Celebrations To Honour Our Girmitiyas
Sunvoice

EDITORIAL: Let’s Keep Out Politics From Celebrations To Honour Our Girmitiyas

  This month we will have nationwide celebrations to honour the sacrifices and triumph of the Girmitiyas. The c...

24 People In 44 Separate Rape, Sexual Offences
NATION

24 People In 44 Separate Rape, Sexual Offences

There were 24 people charged with a total of 44 separate incidents in October. The figure was release by the Office ...

Musket Cove Guests, Owners Help Boost Fiji Red Cross
NATION

Musket Cove Guests, Owners Help Boost Fiji Red Cross

  Musket Cove Island Resort and Marina, handed over $10, 000 to boost Fiji Red Cross operations. Musket Cove di...

Judge Rules That There Is A Case To Answer In Soko Trial
NATION

Judge Rules That There Is A Case To Answer In Soko Trial

  Justice Aruna Aluthge has ruled that there is a case to answer in the trial of the eight former Police office...

Elderly Couple Found Dead
NATION

Elderly Couple Found Dead

  A husband and wife couple, in their 70s, was found dead at their Siberia, Labasa home yesterday morning, Poli...

Team To Investigate ‘Oil’ Clogged In Barotu
NATION

Team To Investigate ‘Oil’ Clogged In Barotu

  A team from the Department a of Mineral Resource will be attending to what village claims to be oil substance...

Driver Stable After Accident
NATION

Driver Stable After Accident

  The 34-year-old driver of Barara Flats in Nadi, who was involved in a road accident at Sabeto last Sunday is ...

Under Water Breathing Apparatus Ban Not New In Kia Island
SUNCITY

Under Water Breathing Apparatus Ban Not New In Kia Island

The prospect of a ban on Under Water Breathing Apparatus (UBA’s) by Government would not be new for fishermen on K...

Deaf Couple Tell How Their Love For Each Other Grew Online
NATION

Deaf Couple Tell How Their Love For Each Other Grew Online

It was somewhat of a chance meeting as it just so happened that they lived in Mr Nadan’s house for a few days. And...

Carpenters Group Donate to Koro Island
NATION

Carpenters Group Donate to Koro Island

Carpenters Group of Companies staff donated $25,000 worth of food items to Koro Island. Carpenters Fiji Limited dire...

Fijian Mission Congratulated For Rapidly Setting Up Strong African Presence
NATION

Fijian Mission Congratulated For Rapidly Setting Up Strong African Presence

Fiji’s diplomatic mission in Ethiopia has been commended for rapidly establishing a strong presence just five mont...

Kilaiverata Found Guilty
NATION

Kilaiverata Found Guilty

A judge in High Court in Suva said yesterday that looking at the way Usaia Kilaiverata had assaulted his partner, he...

Ex-Police Officer Acquitted Of Rape And Indecent Assault
NATION

Ex-Police Officer Acquitted Of Rape And Indecent Assault

A judge in the High Court in Suva yesterday acquitted a former Police officer of rape and indecent assault. This wa...

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