Archive [ 2018 December 19 ]

MSAF Calls On Maritime Travelers To Adhere To Safety Rules
NATION

MSAF Calls On Maritime Travelers To Adhere To Safety Rules

The Maritime Safety Authority of Fiji is calling on members of the public to ensure they adhere to and practise safe...

Secure A Lawyer, Labasa Businessman Warned
NATION

Secure A Lawyer, Labasa Businessman Warned

  Labasa businessman Mohammed Shamsood, charged with theft, was warned by Magistrate Seinileba Levaci to secure...

Improve Health Standards Of  Employees, Sharma Tells Seminar
NATION

Improve Health Standards Of Employees, Sharma Tells Seminar

The Government should provide some sort of incentive to subsidise health checkups for its employees. This issue was ...

Breast Cancer Is Most Common  In Fiji, Says Minister Of Health
NATION

Breast Cancer Is Most Common In Fiji, Says Minister Of Health

In Fiji, breast cancer has over­taken cervical cancer as the most common cancer. This was highlighted by the Min­s...

13-Year Jail Term For Rape Of Niece
NATION

13-Year Jail Term For Rape Of Niece

  By your shameful act you have robbed the innocence of a 17-year-old child who is your niece, a High Court jud...

Japan funds maritime safety, security equipment for Police
NATION

Japan funds maritime safety, security equipment for Police

Because of off-seasonal flooding dur­ing the cyclone period funding given by the Japanese Government will boost the...

EDITORIAL: Shipowners  On Notice  As People Travel To Maritime  Islands
Sunvoice

EDITORIAL: Shipowners On Notice As People Travel To Maritime Islands

Many people working on Viti Levu and Vanua Levu will be travelling to the maritime is­lands to celebrate Christmas ...

Letter Of The Week
Letters

Letter Of The Week

FIJI’S ROADS Vuniwaqa Bola-Bari, Te Anau, NZ One only needs to spend time overseas for a year to realise how dange...

Letters To The Editors: 19th December, 2018
Letters

Letters To The Editors: 19th December, 2018

Rubbish dump highway Simon Hazelman, Savusavu For a country that depends heavily on tourism and one that supposedly ...

Organic Industry Looks Positive
SUNBIZ

Organic Industry Looks Positive

Organic farming could grow to be­ing a major contributor to Fiji’s economy while at the same time be­ing grown t...

IMF Staff Completes 2018 Article IV Visit to Fiji
SUNBIZ

IMF Staff Completes 2018 Article IV Visit to Fiji

It was a fruitful visit by the International Mon­etary Fund (IMF) team led by Pablo Lopez Murphy to conduct the dis...

Government and Banks Work Together to Ensure Economic Growth, Ease
NATION

Government and Banks Work Together to Ensure Economic Growth, Ease

Banks will be offering unlim­ited free EFTPOS purchase transactions for local debit card holders (commonly known as...

TLTB Clarifies Lease Terms After Roadside Protest
NEWS

TLTB Clarifies Lease Terms After Roadside Protest

The iTaukei land Trust Board has clarified the status of a development lease after a roadside protest by placard-car...

Youths Prepare To Undergo Spiritual Surgery
NATION

Youths Prepare To Undergo Spiritual Surgery

Thirty youths sacrificed their holiday yesterday to prepare for the All Nations Christian Fellowship Youth Conferenc...

$2500 Grants For North Youth Clubs
NATION

$2500 Grants For North Youth Clubs

Five youth clubs in the Northern Division will be able to invest more in their income-generating projects, thanks to...

Minister Visits Agriculture Offices
NEWS

Minister Visits Agriculture Offices

The Minister for Agriculture, Rural and Maritime Development, Waterways and Environment Hon. Dr Mahendra Reddy recen...

Public Trustee Makes $500,000 Payment To Govt
NATION

Public Trustee Makes $500,000 Payment To Govt

The Fiji Public Trustee Corporation Limited (FPTCL) has made a dividend payment of $500,000 to Government. The chequ...

FIJI Water Rewards Long-service Employees
SUNBIZ

FIJI Water Rewards Long-service Employees

Late last month, FIJI Water hosted a ceremony in honor of a group of its decade-long service staff, recognising thei...

Two Vehicle Carriers Call Into Suva Port
SHIPPING

Two Vehicle Carriers Call Into Suva Port

One of the two international vehicle carriers scheduled at the Suva port is still out in the Suva Harbour. Beluga Ac...

Inter-Island Vessels Make Extra Trips This Festive Season
SHIPPING

Inter-Island Vessels Make Extra Trips This Festive Season

Travellers to the outer islands in the Eastern and Northern divisions can expect extra trips for this Christmas seas...

Firm Foils Bid To Steal $42K
NEWS

Firm Foils Bid To Steal $42K

A transport and spare parts company last night revealed how it foiled an attempt by a crime syndicate to steal $42,1...

North Raids By Police Hailed A Success
NATION

North Raids By Police Hailed A Success

Within three days Police managed to conduct successful drug raids at Cakaudrove province in Northern Division. Polic...

Who Won What At The Big Awards
NATION

Who Won What At The Big Awards

The Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (ODPP) concluded a busy 2018 with its Annual Black Tie Awards nigh...

PM Will Commission New Naval Vessel
NATION

PM Will Commission New Naval Vessel

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama will be chief guest at the handing over and commissioning of the state-of-art navy...

Haunted Block
NEWS

Haunted Block

One of the country’s historical buildings, believed to be haunted, inside the Suva Corrections Centre at Korovou, ...

Sex-Charge  Ex-Headteacher Reapplies For Bail
NATION

Sex-Charge Ex-Headteacher Reapplies For Bail

A former headteacher of a primary school in Naitasiri charged with multiple sexual offences yesterday applied for ba...

Super Rugby Tickets Sale On Special Offer
SPORTS

Super Rugby Tickets Sale On Special Offer

  The 2019 Super Rugby Steering Committee in conjunction with event promoters, Ticket Direct is excited to laun...

Refresher Course Reminds Fisheries Wardens Of Roles
NATION

Refresher Course Reminds Fisheries Wardens Of Roles

Fisheries wardens have been reminded of the important roles they play during a two-day refresher course held on the ...

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