Archive [ 2018 April 2 ]

176 Passengers On Board MV Spirit of Altruism Safe
NEWS

176 Passengers On Board MV Spirit of Altruism Safe

One-hundred and seventy-six passengers have been confirmed safe after MV Spirit of Altruism was stuck on the Cakauda...

Warden on assault charge
NATION

Warden on assault charge

A 29-year-old Fiji Corrections Service (FCS) officer was produced in the Nasinu Magistrates Court on Thursday charge...

Trustees Rep Notes A Rise In De-Facto Cases
NATION

Trustees Rep Notes A Rise In De-Facto Cases

Since the De-facto Bill was passed in Parliament last month, the Fiji Public Trustee Corporation Limited (FPTCL) has...

Women force of evolution: Bhatnagar
NATION

Women force of evolution: Bhatnagar

Fiji now has the highest number of women in Parliament in its democratic history, says Veena Bhatnagar. She made the...

Fraudsters at work, diplomat warns
NEWS

Fraudsters at work, diplomat warns

The Indian High Commissioner to Fiji has issued a stern warning to fraudsters duping Indian nationals living in Fiji...

Editorial: Sevens Stars Now Have Opportunity To Shine Brighter
Sunvoice

Editorial: Sevens Stars Now Have Opportunity To Shine Brighter

It’s crucial for the Fiji Airways Fijian 7s team to win this weekend’s Hong Kong Sevens tournament. Despite all ...

#Vote2018: Concrete Policies, Solutions Will Solve Flooding Problems
#Vote2018, NEWS

#Vote2018: Concrete Policies, Solutions Will Solve Flooding Problems

The Fijian economy takes a hit every time there is massive flooding. Many times, the area worst hit is the Western D...

Letters To The Editor 02/04/2018
Letters

Letters To The Editor 02/04/2018

Young  Voters                 Amenatave Yaconisau, Delainavesi, Lami   The blameworthiness and...

PM’s Office Postpones North Tour
NEWS

PM’s Office Postpones North Tour

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama’s three- day tour to the Northern Division this week has been postponed until fu...

Big Wet Hits Electricity and Water Supply in the West
NEWS

Big Wet Hits Electricity and Water Supply in the West

Power and water services across the West of Viti Levu were hit by Tropical Cyclone Josie and the winds and flooding ...

Analysis: Church Sustains Its New World Leader
Opinion

Analysis: Church Sustains Its New World Leader

Millions of members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints worldwide yesterday (Sunday) sustained their ...

Praise for National Fire Authority Officers
NEWS

Praise for National Fire Authority Officers

Six firefighters braved risky conditions to take two heavily-pregnant women to safety when flood waters in the Ba Ri...

What Governments Need To Know About Green Bond Fiji Shows Way
SUNBIZ

What Governments Need To Know About Green Bond Fiji Shows Way

There have been many lessons learned through the issuance of the first emerging economy sovereign green bond to Fiji...

Cricket Fiji Looks Abroad
SPORTS

Cricket Fiji Looks Abroad

Cricket Fiji is mapping out a plan to re­cruit overseas players who are eligible to represent the country. The play...

Officials To Consider Change In Idc Venue
SPORTS

Officials To Consider Change In Idc Venue

The Darkshina India Andhra Sangam officials are considering to move the Cup quarterfinals of their In­terdistrict (...

Cyclone Threat Forces Marathon Officials To Make Changes
SPORTS

Cyclone Threat Forces Marathon Officials To Make Changes

Tropical Cyclone Josie has forced the deferment of the inaugural Vodafone Lost Island Ultra Marathon Fiji. The ultra...

Kunatani Joins Team: Baber
SPORTS

Kunatani Joins Team: Baber

France based- forward and Olympian Semi Kunatani joined the Fiji Airways Fijian 7s team in Hong Kong on Saturday. Th...

In-form Taqele Impressive
SPORTS

In-form Taqele Impressive

Fijian-born Taqele Naiyaravoro has become a try scoring machine for the Waratahs as he again dot­ted down two tries...

Fijians Shine In Europe Playoffs
SPORTS

Fijians Shine In Europe Playoffs

Fijian players continue to im­press for their clubs in the Chal­lenge Cup quarterfinals in Eu­rope in the weekend...

One Game At A Time, Says Captain
SPORTS

One Game At A Time, Says Captain

The national netball team are going to take one game at a time during the Commonwealth Games. Captain Lusiana Rokour...

Floods Claims 5 lives
NEWS

Floods Claims 5 lives

Flooding which followed torrential rain brought on by Tropical Cyclone Josie claimed the lives of four Fijians while...

Asia-Pacific Governments To Addresss Agriculture And Climate Change Issues At UN FAO Asia-Pacific Regional Conference Next Week
SUNBIZ

Asia-Pacific Governments To Addresss Agriculture And Climate Change Issues At UN FAO Asia-Pacific Regional Conference Next Week

Government Ministers and delegates from 46 member countries across the Asia-Pacific region will participate in the U...

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