Archive [ 2017 March 29 ]

ONOC Delegates Welcomed At Sofitel
SPORTS

ONOC Delegates Welcomed At Sofitel

Representatives from the Oceania National Olympic Committees (ONOC) member nations are looking forward to a packed s...

Powerlifting Returns
Pacific Games, SPORTS

Powerlifting Returns

The Fiji Powerlifting Federation is making a call to all interested athletes to come forward and be part of this dyn...

Bank, NFA Seal Deal
SPORTS

Bank, NFA Seal Deal

The National Fire Authority (NFA) received a courtesy visit from Bank South Pacific (BSP) staff members on Monday as...

Brother Of Dead Man Tells More On Fateful Night
NATION

Brother Of Dead Man Tells More On Fateful Night

  The trial of Josaia Vusuya, Tevita Turaga and former Rewa soccer player, Kelepi Qaqa, continued yesterday in ...

Former QVS student put on stand over fake quake, tsunami prophecy
NATION

Former QVS student put on stand over fake quake, tsunami prophecy

  The Magistrates Court in Suva heard yesterday in the trial of Nadi Pastor, Leone Kacimaimuri, that a ‘hand-...

Lawyers given time file written submissions in Fiji Times case
NATION

Lawyers given time file written submissions in Fiji Times case

Name of Accused: Josaia Waqabaca, Anare Ravula, Fred Wesley, Hank Arts and Fiji Times Ltd   Charge: Sedition co...

Federation Urges Minimum Wage Accountability
NATION

Federation Urges Minimum Wage Accountability

 Says review should include cost of living, inflation, ability to pay  Says Government deserves credit for bei...

Rome Treaties 60 Years Anniversary
Opinion

Rome Treaties 60 Years Anniversary

The following is a message from the European Union Ambassador to Fiji and the Pacific, Andrew Jacobs, on the anniver...

Villagers Commit To  Mowing Programme
NATION

Villagers Commit To Mowing Programme

The villagers of Dakuivuna in Tailevu have now taken over the task of mowing 1.5 kilometres of Dakuivuna Road. This ...

Government, NGOs Commit To Environment
NATION

Government, NGOs Commit To Environment

Government is committed to work together with environmental non-government organisations (NGOs) to map a way forward...

Be Curious On The Job, Cadets Told
SUNBIZ

Be Curious On The Job, Cadets Told

  Ships engine had broken down. Ships engineers, owners and other pundits tried all possible methods known to m...

Unknown Tamudu  Catches Gamel’s Eye
SPORTS

Unknown Tamudu Catches Gamel’s Eye

To many the name Josateki Tamudu doesn’t mean much. But for Vodafone national football coach Christophe Gamel the ...

Fulaga Thank Owners Of Liahona
SUNBIZ

Fulaga Thank Owners Of Liahona

  The people of Fulaga are thanking the South Island Shipping for the services they are offering them. Sakilau ...

Males Have Higher Salt Intake Than Women: Report
NATION

Males Have Higher Salt Intake Than Women: Report

  A report has revealed that males have a higher salt intake than females. It also outlined baseline assessmen...

Bua To Maintain Unbeaten Run
SPORTS

Bua To Maintain Unbeaten Run

The Bua football side recorded their second win after they walloped Nadogo 3-0 during the Vodafone Senior League cla...

Bible Society Plans 50 Year Anniversary
NATION

Bible Society Plans 50 Year Anniversary

  The Bible Society of the South Pacific yesterday launched its 50th anniversary celebrations, . Executive secr...

MASF Joins Preparations For The Ocean Conference
SUNBIZ

MASF Joins Preparations For The Ocean Conference

The Maritime Safety Authority of Fiji (MSAF) joined Pacific leaders, subject matter specialists and other stakeholde...

Prominent LPG Company Fiji Gas Welcomes its First Apprentices
SUNBIZ

Prominent LPG Company Fiji Gas Welcomes its First Apprentices

Yesterday marked a very special occasion for Fiji Gas Limited (“FGL”). The company welcomed its very first appre...

Lobsters, Fish Bring Money To Islanders
SUNBIZ

Lobsters, Fish Bring Money To Islanders

  The people of Ogea are getting good money from the sale of lobsters and fish to a company in Suva. This was c...

U.S CARGO FOR FIJI
SUNBIZ

U.S CARGO FOR FIJI

  The cargo vessel Balao is bringing in cargo from the United States to Fiji. Carpenters Shipping port agent To...

Dreketi Eye Another Upset Win
SPORTS

Dreketi Eye Another Upset Win

The Dreketi football team are confident of scoring an upset win over Ba in their Vodafone Premier League showdown at...

MV Uluinabukelevu Wants To Serve Lomaiviti
SUNBIZ

MV Uluinabukelevu Wants To Serve Lomaiviti

  The Valesasa Transportation Company Limited now wants to serve the Lomaiviti Group. Company chief executive o...

Govt, Animal Health Body Pursue Plan To Improve Vet Services
NEWS

Govt, Animal Health Body Pursue Plan To Improve Vet Services

The World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) has successfully completed it gap analysis mission to identify key is...

Steele’s Basketball Mission
SPORTS

Steele’s Basketball Mission

Queenslander Jonathon (Jonno) Steele has been coaching junior basketball in Brisbane for eight years, from Under 10s...

Grandma Weeps  For Loss of Four
NEWS

Grandma Weeps For Loss of Four

If I knew of my son’s intentions, I would not have dressed my four grandchildren and send them off from home, says...

WHO and OCO Sign to Tackle  Illicit Tobacco Trade Problem
NATION

WHO and OCO Sign to Tackle Illicit Tobacco Trade Problem

  Increase in taxes on tobacco products has led to a demand for illicit tobacco. This was highlighted by the he...

Police Await Report On Cause Of Fire in Solovi
NATION

Police Await Report On Cause Of Fire in Solovi

  Police are currently awaiting reports from the National Fire Authority to ascertain if the house fire at Solo...

Raj: Internal Auditor to be  Appointed for Commission
NEWS

Raj: Internal Auditor to be Appointed for Commission

The Human Rights and Anti-Discrimination Commission will soon appoint a qualified internal auditor on a project basi...

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