Archive [ 2019 February 26 ]

Fiji Police: Senior Officer Dies After 2.4km Run
NEWS

Fiji Police: Senior Officer Dies After 2.4km Run

The senior officer was taking part in the 2.4km run when he collapsed upon nearing the end of the route. The trainin...

2019 Coke Games: 132 Athletes In Ratu Kadavulevu School Camp
SPORTS

2019 Coke Games: 132 Athletes In Ratu Kadavulevu School Camp

"Assistant principal Walesi Soqoiwasa con­firmed they have selected 132 athletes after the inter-house meet and are...

2019 Coke Games: Lighting Torch Fires Up Adi Cakobau School Duo
SPORTS

2019 Coke Games: Lighting Torch Fires Up Adi Cakobau School Duo

"The duo Liviana Kula and Vani Loloma had the honours to light the torch during the launch at Co­ca-Cola Amatil Fij...

Fiji 7s Forward Sevuloni Mocenacagi Suspended For 3 Matches
SPORTS

Fiji 7s Forward Sevuloni Mocenacagi Suspended For 3 Matches

"This was after the Navosa native was red carded for a dangerous tackle against New Zealand in the Sydney 7s earlier...

OFC Champions League: Ba FC Must Win Today
SPORTS

OFC Champions League: Ba FC Must Win Today

"Ba coach Ronil Kumar has rightly described the match – scheduled for 6pm (Fiji Time) – as “the most im­porta...

Fiji PM Stresses Importance Of Fiji’s Role In UN Human Rights Council
NATION

Fiji PM Stresses Importance Of Fiji’s Role In UN Human Rights Council

Mr Bainimarama outlined Fiji’s role and efforts in leading the campaign to preserve the ocean.

Thurston Gardens – A Site of Old Disputes
Analysis

Thurston Gardens – A Site of Old Disputes

Today It is at the centre of a New row. Two groups of landowning units and possibly more are claiming ancestral link...

Letters To The Editor, 26th February, 2019
Letters

Letters To The Editor, 26th February, 2019

To say that it is definitely not a situation we want in Fiji now or anytime in the next 1000 years is not only prema...

Editorial: Public Help Needed To Stem Rise in Drugs Abuse
Sunvoice

Editorial: Public Help Needed To Stem Rise in Drugs Abuse

The multiplier effect of drugs does not only affect the individual who is hooked on it but their families and friend...

Fiji Police: Noticeable rise in cheque washing
NEWS

Fiji Police: Noticeable rise in cheque washing

Inspector Ali said bank cheques were obtained, modified and used to purchase items such as tyres and liquor in bulk.

Winston Peters Lead New Zealand Delegation Visit To Fiji
Videos

Winston Peters Lead New Zealand Delegation Visit To Fiji

The delegation includes Minister for Pacific Peoples, Associate Minister for Pacific Peoples and parliamentarians Po...

between the lines: 26th February, 2018
Between the Lines

between the lines: 26th February, 2018

A vocal Opposition MP was seen nodding his head when it was explained to him about the reasons for the civil service...

International Monetary Fund Report Finds Praise
NEWS

International Monetary Fund Report Finds Praise

“Over the past decade, these reports tell a consistent story of how the Bainimarama and FijiFirst governments have...

Suvavou Villagers: Don’t Touch Ancestral Burial Site
NEWS

Suvavou Villagers: Don’t Touch Ancestral Burial Site

The comments came as more than 200 Suvavou villagers presented a petition to the Suva City Council signed by at leas...

Radrodro Walks Free From Court
NEWS

Radrodro Walks Free From Court

Mrs Radrodro was acquitted by Magistrate Waleen George yesterday after charges that she obtained a financial advanta...

Cessna 172 Crash: ‘We treated the call as if one of our very own loved ones was involved’
NEWS

Cessna 172 Crash: ‘We treated the call as if one of our very own loved ones was involved’

“We would like to remember the two souls who died and also their grieving families for their loss. Everyone took p...

Cessna 172 Crash: Mother Still Feels Pain Of Losing Son In Plane Crash
NATION

Cessna 172 Crash: Mother Still Feels Pain Of Losing Son In Plane Crash

The pain of losing her son one year ago in a plane crash has not gone away for Joana Bainivalu. Pilot and flight ins...

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