Archive [ 2018 March 29 ]

Custodial term for burglary, theft
NATION

Custodial term for burglary, theft

A 23-year-old labourer in Labasa charged with one count of burglary and one count of theft has been told by the Laba...

POST FIJI Present Commemorative Stamps To Honour United States Peace Corps
SUNBIZ

POST FIJI Present Commemorative Stamps To Honour United States Peace Corps

  The United States Peace Corps – which arrived in the country 50 years ago – is being honoured wit...

Church calls for inclusive celebration
NEWS

Church calls for inclusive celebration

The head of the Roman Catholic Church in Fiji yesterday spoke of celebrations to mark the death and resurrection of ...

Tropical Low Develops To The West of Fiji
NEWS

Tropical Low Develops To The West of Fiji

A trough of low pressure with associated cloud and rain remains slow moving over Fiji and is expected to continue af...

Government’s ‘unwavering commitment’ to justice
NEWS

Government’s ‘unwavering commitment’ to justice

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama says the rapid expansion of Legal Aid Commission (LAC) offices around Fiji indicat...

PM urges quick appointment  of JP for town
NEWS

PM urges quick appointment of JP for town

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama yesterday said a Justice of the Peace for Korovou would be appointed soon. He was ...

Legal Eagles Land in Korovou
NEWS

Legal Eagles Land in Korovou

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama urged the people of Tailevu North to make good use of the Legal Aid Commission off...

#Vote2018 – Analysis: Big Success Story In Education Sector
Opinion

#Vote2018 – Analysis: Big Success Story In Education Sector

Is our education sector doing better now compared to, say, 10 years ago? Yes it is. Education will be a big part of ...

A-G: Corporal Punishment Not a Solution
NEWS

A-G: Corporal Punishment Not a Solution

Corporal punishment cannot be seen as a solution for behaviour problems for many schools, says Attorney-General and ...

Port Denarau Poised To Become Point Of Entry
SUNBIZ

Port Denarau Poised To Become Point Of Entry

After seeking reforms for nearly a decade Port Denarau Marina is perfectly placed to become Fiji’s newest Port of ...

Lifters Up Prep In Noumea
SPORTS

Lifters Up Prep In Noumea

Weightlifting Fiji shifted preparation to a new level at the Oceania Weightlift­ing Institute in New Caledonia. The...

Education Welcomes Bill On Sex Offenders
NEWS

Education Welcomes Bill On Sex Offenders

The Ministry of Education has welcomed a proposal to implement a law to register convicted sex offenders. Permanent ...

Serevi book for sale
SPORTS

Serevi book for sale

  People of Fiji have a chance to buy the Waisale Serevi: King of Sevens from Tappoos stores around the country...

15 Surfers Compete In Vanuatu
SPORTS

15 Surfers Compete In Vanuatu

Inia Nakalevu will be making his debut in the shortboard event at the 2nd annual Leima­lo Surf Festival at Pango, V...

Team Fiji Grateful For Help
SPORTS

Team Fiji Grateful For Help

The Fijian National Sports Commission provided $1.124 million towards Team Fiji preparation for the 2018 Commonwealt...

Women Bowlers Aim To Win First Medal
SPORTS

Women Bowlers Aim To Win First Medal

The Team Fiji women bowlers aim to win medals for the first time at the 2018 Com­monwealth Games at the Broad­beac...

It’s All About Change At This Year’s TOPEX
SUNBIZ

It’s All About Change At This Year’s TOPEX

It’s all about change at this year’s Top Executives (TOPEX) Conference. The Fiji Commerce and Employers Federati...

Focus On HK First: Baber
SPORTS

Focus On HK First: Baber

Fiji Airways Fijian 7s coach Gareth Baber has named an extended squad of 16 players to travel to Hong Kong for a pre...

Opposition leader, MPs pay respects to the family of Late Vice President of the Methodist Church of Fiji and Rotuma
NEWS

Opposition leader, MPs pay respects to the family of Late Vice President of the Methodist Church of Fiji and Rotuma

Opposition leader Ro Teimumu Kepa and party members presented their i-reguregu to the Koroi family yesterday. This c...

Pay up, court orders Chaudhry, Bidesi
NATION

Pay up, court orders Chaudhry, Bidesi

Fiji Labour Party leader Mahendra Chaudhry, has been ordered by the High Court in Suva to pay up the $2000 owed to t...

Chairman Mohan ‘Very Happy’ With FSC Progress
SUNBIZ

Chairman Mohan ‘Very Happy’ With FSC Progress

Mr Mohan also highlighted that with the $30 million allocated for repairs and capital works at the mills, he was sat...

#Vote2018 – Pio’s vision for a vibrant Fiji
NEWS

#Vote2018 – Pio’s vision for a vibrant Fiji

Given Fiji’s geographical challenges and climatic vulnerabilities, Mr Tabaiwalu believes that a sustainable way of...

‘We’re In A War’
SPORTS

‘We’re In A War’

Fiji Airways Fijian 7s rugby team head coach Gareth Baber said they have a good chance of winning the war in the ‘...

New Fiji National Provident Fund Plan
NEWS

New Fiji National Provident Fund Plan

Fiji National Provident Fund will soon allow children as young as six years old to be members. General Manager Membe...

Suspended sentences for six
NATION

Suspended sentences for six

Six former employees of MHCC, Carpenters Fiji Limited were given suspended sentences in the Suva Magistrates Court y...

Ex-Public Servant Fronts Court
NATION

Ex-Public Servant Fronts Court

  Former Ministry of Sugar employee Elizabeth Cokomata appeared in the Lautoka Magistrates Court yesterday char...

Man, 28, Convicted For  Sexual Assault And Rape
NATION

Man, 28, Convicted For Sexual Assault And Rape

  A rape accused was told in the Lautoka High Court on Monday that he was evasive and not straightforward and t...

Protecting Fiji’s Coastline From  Climate Change
NATION

Protecting Fiji’s Coastline From Climate Change

Stakeholders need to work with Government to ensure measures are put in place to protect Fiji’s coastlines from th...

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