Archive [ 2017 May 19 ]

FBC,  FRU Seal Skipper Cup Deal
SPORTS

FBC, FRU Seal Skipper Cup Deal

The Fiji Broadcasting Corporation  (FBC) and the Fiji Rugby Union (FRU), have signed an agreement that will see the...

Labasa Too Strong For Dreketi
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Labasa Too Strong For Dreketi

Ratu Anare Apenisa scored two goals to help Labasa win 4-0 against Dreketi in the Vodafone Fiji FACT at Ratu Cakobau...

Fijian FANZ Dominates
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Fijian FANZ Dominates

The Gabriel Qoro- coached side Fijiana FANZ defeated Fiji Secondary Schools 37-24 in the third day of the Digicel Pu...

Batimala  Graduates
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Batimala Graduates

Makelesi Batimala was one of the 30 coaches who graduated after attending the International Coaching Enrichment Cert...

NZ Golfers Battle For Fiji International Berth
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NZ Golfers Battle For Fiji International Berth

Three New Zealand golfers sit atop the leaderboard at the halfway mark of the Higgins Fiji Open at Denarau Golf &...

Bala: Understand And Share Knowledge On Climate Change
NATION

Bala: Understand And Share Knowledge On Climate Change

  The Minister for Local Government, Housing and Environment, Infrastructure and Transport, Parveen Bala, has u...

Dickson Shines In Ba Defeat
NATION

Dickson Shines In Ba Defeat

Jack’s Qaqa Nadi goalkeeper Vereti Dickson’s incredible saves gave the Vodafone Fiji Fact defending champions th...

Health Related Products Wanted In Aust And NZ
NATION

Health Related Products Wanted In Aust And NZ

Entrepreneurs and potential exporters told how to market their products and what products are wanted Also told to bu...

District Rep: Why Aren’t Villagers Benefitting From Budget?
NATION

District Rep: Why Aren’t Villagers Benefitting From Budget?

  District representatives in the Bua Province yesterday raised concerns on how villagers were not benefitting ...

Malolo Aims For First Win
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Malolo Aims For First Win

The Veniona Vuki- captained Malolo side aims to record their first win in the Skipper Cup Premiership round three on...

Fijian Duo Thrilled
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Fijian Duo Thrilled

The Vanuavatu, Lau, native and Crusaders winger Manasa Mataele feels emotional as he anticipates his first Super Rug...

FOOTBALL Rewa, Lautoka Draw Game
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FOOTBALL Rewa, Lautoka Draw Game

Vodafone Fiji FACT hosts Rewa and Lautoka played to a scoreless draw at Ratu Cakobau Park, Nausori last night. Rewa ...

Titanic Clash Of Tight 5s Tonight
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Titanic Clash Of Tight 5s Tonight

Big Sam Whitelock is back to lead the Crusaders in the feature Super Rugby showdown at the ANZ Stadium tonight again...

Chiefs Bring Smiles To Sick Children
SPORTS

Chiefs Bring Smiles To Sick Children

Waikato Chiefs fan Aiyan Ravitesh Chand, 5, with Chiefs players James Lowe (left), Liam Messam (back middle) and Sam...

Aust Gives AU$6m For COP23
NEWS

Aust Gives AU$6m For COP23

I announce AU$6million (F$9.28m) in funding to support Fiji’s Presidency of the 23rd Conference of Parties (COP23)...

Acting PM: Wider Search For New Airport Site In North
NEWS

Acting PM: Wider Search For New Airport Site In North

Seaqaqa may not necessarily be a possible site for an international airport in Vanua Levu. The Acting Prime Minister...

Coconut Wireless , 19th May 2017
Coconut Wireless

Coconut Wireless , 19th May 2017

Dozed off Spare a thought for our Parliamentarians. Sometimes they have to sit there in the Standing Committee meeti...

Super Games Good For Us In Terms Of Rugby And Tourism
Opinion

Super Games Good For Us In Terms Of Rugby And Tourism

The showdown between Gallagher Chiefs and BNZ Crusaders at the ANZ Stadium in Suva today is the top clash in round 1...

Letters To The Editor, 19th May 2017
Letters

Letters To The Editor, 19th May 2017

Let the Games begin Samuela Kailawadoko, Nadi The Crusaders vs Chiefs game will be a feast of running rugby and a bi...

Letter Of The Week Winner
Letters

Letter Of The Week Winner

Shameera still hopes for ‘A Cleaner Fiji’ Shameera Shaheed, 20, of Samabula, Suva strongly believes that a socie...

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