Archive [ 2018 March 22 ]

Letters to the Editor: 22nd March, 2018
Letters

Letters to the Editor: 22nd March, 2018

Individual Choice Floyd Robinson, Nasinu Recent revelations by health authorities about an outbreak of life-threaten...

‘Go For 4 In A Row’
SPORTS

‘Go For 4 In A Row’

Alifereti Dere urges Seremaia Tuwai to lead the team to score four straight wins in Hong Kong next month  Former na...

Yaqeta Turtles Gear Up
SPORTS

Yaqeta Turtles Gear Up

Young boys of  Yaqeta Village, Yasawa are looking forward to take part in the 42nd Fiji Bitter Marist 7s rugby tomo...

Natoba Vow Best On Debut
SPORTS

Natoba Vow Best On Debut

A team from Vunaniu, Serua will play for the first time at the 42nd Fiji Bitter Marist 7s tomorrow and Saturday at t...

Revival Time for Initiative
NATION

Revival Time for Initiative

Government is reviving community policing. The assurance was made by the Minister for Defence and National Security,...

Rokosport Supports Nakavu
SPORTS

Rokosport Supports Nakavu

The Rokosport Nakavu team aims To do better at the 42nd Fiji Bitter Marist 7s tournament. Funded and sponsored by th...

Broadcaster launches $2m OBTV truck
NATION

Broadcaster launches $2m OBTV truck

Fiji Broadcasting Corporation yesterday launched its first fully high definition, locally built and assembled Outsid...

February Records Increase In Visitor Arrivals
SUNBIZ

February Records Increase In Visitor Arrivals

There was an increase of 4,922 in foreign visitor arrivals to Fiji last month compared to a year earlier, according ...

Tourism personality honoured, awarded
NATION

Tourism personality honoured, awarded

President Major-General (Ret’d) Jioji Konrote bestowed the Member of the Order of Fiji award to Andrew Sutherl...

Editorial: Fiji-NZ relations Continues to strengthen
Sunvoice

Editorial: Fiji-NZ relations Continues to strengthen

Tomorrow a commemorative monument will be unveiled at the University of the South Pacific (USP), Laucala in Suva. Th...

Fire Burns Nasinu Home as Owner Watches Helplessly
NEWS

Fire Burns Nasinu Home as Owner Watches Helplessly

Fourteen people are homeless after their house was burned down in Wainivula Road, in Caubati, Nasinu, on Tuesday nig...

‘Excessive’ Leave Payout Queried
NEWS

‘Excessive’ Leave Payout Queried

“Excessive” annual leave payout to staff of the Ministry of Employment, Productivity and Industrial Relations wa...

President leads celebration of forests
NEWS

President leads celebration of forests

Trees and forests have a profound impact on all of us, but we can sometimes take for granted how important our fores...

Strict Rules on Social Life Maintained Standards at Early Laucala Bay Base
NEWS

Strict Rules on Social Life Maintained Standards at Early Laucala Bay Base

While members of the Royal New Zealand Air Force at Laucala Bay in Suva were preparing for war, their social life al...

Gujarat student finds her way to top USP award
NATION

Gujarat student finds her way to top USP award

All the way from Gujarat, In­dia, Jeshika Solanki was one of three students who were awarded the University of the ...

Police Recapture Tavua Man
NATION

Police Recapture Tavua Man

Police have confirmed they have apprehended and ar­rested Semesa Bokini, who they say assaulted a Police officer in...

Mum Relives Challenges, Emotions
NATION

Mum Relives Challenges, Emotions

When Akosita Moqe was in­formed that her son was suffering from Down Syn­drome at birth she didn’t accept it at ...

Man pleads guilty to indecent assault
NATION

Man pleads guilty to indecent assault

A 25-year-old man was convicted in the Suva Magistrates Court on Tuesday after he pleaded guilty to one count of ind...

Double Gold for Naitasiri Graduate
NATION

Double Gold for Naitasiri Graduate

Being the first to graduate from his maternal and pater­nal side is what makes Ratu Tevita Rarokolutu proud. The 25...

Report crimes, taxi drivers urged
NATION

Report crimes, taxi drivers urged

The Fiji Taxi Association (FTA) has urged its members to report incidents of theft, bullying and harassment to Polic...

Students seek help from A-G over graduation matter
NEWS

Students seek help from A-G over graduation matter

The Attorney-General and Minister for Economy Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum could relook at the schedule for the Budget Consul...

Nadi To Project Greener Image Through Strategic Placement Of Trees
NATION

Nadi To Project Greener Image Through Strategic Placement Of Trees

Many do not realise that the cutting down of trees ac­celerates the effect of cli­mate change in the urban areas. ...

Tui Macuata issues reminder on importance of forests
NATION

Tui Macuata issues reminder on importance of forests

People should be reminded that forests are the most bio­logically-diverse ecosystems on earth and, are home to more...

Students Work to Solve World Crises
NATION

Students Work to Solve World Crises

High school stu­dents have praised a pro­gramme, which they say engages them and allows them to develop a deeper u...

Times ruling deferred
NATION

Times ruling deferred

The High Court ruling on the amendment of the information regarding The Fiji Times al­leged sedition case has been ...

Stepfather, 29, Gets 14 years for Rape of Stepdaughter, 11
NATION

Stepfather, 29, Gets 14 years for Rape of Stepdaughter, 11

A 29-year-old step­father will spend 14 years in jail for raping his 11-year-old step­daughter. The accused, who w...

Court hands down five-year jail term
NATION

Court hands down five-year jail term

A 35-year-old Savusavu man was sentenced to five years and seven months in jail by the High Court on Tuesday after h...

Cane farmers receive tree samples
NATION

Cane farmers receive tree samples

The largest distribution of trees was being done yester­day at Rarawai, in Ba, where farmers received a total of 7,...

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