Archive [ 2018 October 18 ]

Observers Call In On Prime Minister
NATION

Observers Call In On Prime Minister

  The Multinational Observer Group (MOG) paid a cour­tesy call on Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama yesterday....

PM: New Office To Boost TLTB Services
NATION

PM: New Office To Boost TLTB Services

     People living in Naitasiri, Tailevu and Rewa and residents of Nausori will no longer have to travel to S...

Ratu Epenisa Walks Out After Misunderstanding
NATION

Ratu Epenisa Walks Out After Misunderstanding

  It is understood that he was not happy with the PM’s presence. A misunderstanding between the Bau Cen­...

College Dux Wants To Be A Pilot
NATION

College Dux Wants To Be A Pilot

  The first ever dux for the Bau Central Col­lege Epeneri Vulatolu Tanuku, wants to pursue a career as a pilot...

Roadside Vendors To Boost Business With Standardised Stalls
NATION

Roadside Vendors To Boost Business With Standardised Stalls

  These stalls are a common sight when travelling along the main highways that is Queen’s Road, the King’s ...

Misleading CNN: Harry, Meghan Visit Here Still On, No Zika Threat
NATION

Misleading CNN: Harry, Meghan Visit Here Still On, No Zika Threat

  The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s visit to Fiji will take place as sched­uled despite misleading interna­t...

Heavy Rain Closes Roads, Ra Villagers Stranded
NATION

Heavy Rain Closes Roads, Ra Villagers Stranded

People can expect more rain in the coming days, heavy at times and oc­cassional thunderstorms. The Fiji Meteorologi...

Letters To the Editor 18th October, 2018
Letters

Letters To the Editor 18th October, 2018

  Tupou confused about Land Bank Timoci Gaunavinaka, Nausori HOPE leader and president Tupou Drau­nidalo shoul...

Weather Update: Parents, Use Discretion Before Sending Children To School
NEWS

Weather Update: Parents, Use Discretion Before Sending Children To School

Members of the public are advised to take heed of the current weather situation that is affecting the whole of the F...

Pop-Up Cafe` To Boost Students’ Learning Skills
NATION

Pop-Up Cafe` To Boost Students’ Learning Skills

Marist Champagnat Institute has embarked on a new learning experience for its students with numeracy and litera­cy ...

71-Year-Old Remanded In Custody
NATION

71-Year-Old Remanded In Custody

A 71-year-old man charged with rape was remanded by the Suva Magistrates Court. The accused appeared be­fore Magist...

Ambassador Khan Tells How We Won Membership In UN Human Rights Council
NATION

Ambassador Khan Tells How We Won Membership In UN Human Rights Council

As a Pacific Island nation, we continue to punch above our weight in terms of playing a leadership role in the in­t...

2019 Launch for Policies On Food, Nutrition Security
NATION

2019 Launch for Policies On Food, Nutrition Security

Stringent policies on Food and Nutrition Security and the Fiji Plan of Action for Food and Nutrition Security will b...

Top Chefs To Compete At Global Meet In Melbourne
NATION

Top Chefs To Compete At Global Meet In Melbourne

Fiji’s top professional cooks will represent Fiji at the Global Chefs semi-final in Melbourne next year. These are...

Mangrove Planting Experience Thrills USA Navy Officer
NATION

Mangrove Planting Experience Thrills USA Navy Officer

Planting mangroves for the first time created a sense of fulfillment and was an exciting experience for crew of the ...

14 Years, 7-Year Jail Terms For Robbers
NATION

14 Years, 7-Year Jail Terms For Robbers

Two men charged for aggravated robbery were sentenced by the High Court in Suva yes­terday. Asesela Niubasaga and S...

Mother-to-be Struggles to Walk Home in 4km Flooded Roads
NATION

Mother-to-be Struggles to Walk Home in 4km Flooded Roads

A Ra woman, who is eight-months pregnant, had to walk four kilometres back to her home after floodwaters covered the...

Court Set to Decide on Refund of $5000
NATION

Court Set to Decide on Refund of $5000

The High Court in Suva is to decide whether it will re­lease the bail bond for Suva businessman Benjamin Pa­darath...

More Than 50 Fijians Graduate From APTC
SUNBIZ

More Than 50 Fijians Graduate From APTC

  Over 50 Fijians proud­ly graduated with Australian quali­fications in 12 technical courses, during the Aus...

Businesses Urged To Be Proactive
SUNBIZ

Businesses Urged To Be Proactive

  Fiji Revenue and Cus­toms Service (FRCS) Chief Executive Of­ficer, Visvanath Das is urg­ing businesses and...

BSP Life FHRI Event Starts Tomorrow
SUNBIZ

BSP Life FHRI Event Starts Tomorrow

The BSP Life 2018 Fiji Human Resources In­stitute (FHRI) two days annual convention kicks off tomorrow on a high no...

‘Maximise The Use Of Relevant Technology To Improve Your Service Delivery’
SUNBIZ

‘Maximise The Use Of Relevant Technology To Improve Your Service Delivery’

  Like tourism, technology is very dy­namic and equally vibrant. Minister for Industry, Trade, Tour­ism, Land...

Crane Falls On Crew, Ministry Begins Probe
NATION

Crane Falls On Crew, Ministry Begins Probe

  Fiji Ports Corporation Limited has given the vessel “no clearance” for operation and departure until the ...

Teamwork Key To Blues Success
SPORTS

Teamwork Key To Blues Success

  Whether it is on the field or in the locker room, great organiza­tions understand the strategies to turn a g...

Defending Champ Labasa On Track
SPORTS

Defending Champ Labasa On Track

  Defending champions Labasa Under-14 football side is on track to retain their title at the 43rd Vodafone Fiji...

Beyer In Control
SPORTS

Beyer In Control

Australian Brett Beyer continues to lead the charge after four races of the 2018 Fiji Airways and Tourism Laser Mast...

Watch Drua
SPORTS

Watch Drua

  Take the Fijians lightly at your peril:Chris Hickey Chris Hickey banks on the Fiji Airways Fijian Drua as the...

$100k For Fiji Paralympics
SPORTS

$100k For Fiji Paralympics

  FIJI Water provided $100,000 towards the national team’s preparation for the To­kyo 2020 Paralympic Games....

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