Archive [ 2022 November 3 ]

The Peoples Alliance Urged To Talk Policies During Campaign
NATION, NEWS

The Peoples Alliance Urged To Talk Policies During Campaign

“People don’t go for big talk, they are educated people and they need to know policies. That’s how the party s...

Wairiki 7s Going Ahead: Gade
Rugby, SPORTS

Wairiki 7s Going Ahead: Gade

The 15th Fiji Bitter Wairiki Sevens tournament is still going ahead on December 15-17 in Taveuni.

Hong Kong’s Best Moment
Rugby, SPORTS

Hong Kong’s Best Moment

As the clock ticks down to the 2022 Cathay Pa­cific/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens, the South China Morn­ing Post turns it ...

Licence To Boost Livelihoods Of New Boat Captains
NATION, NEWS

Licence To Boost Livelihoods Of New Boat Captains

“This was an opportunity for us to captain the boat and also gain more experience and teach other operators to sav...

Stage Four Survivor Shares His Ordeal
NATION, NEWS

Stage Four Survivor Shares His Ordeal

“I experienced this pain going to the toilet frequently and I kept it to myself. I didn’t want to tell my wife o...

NZ To Avenge 2017 Loss
Rugby, SPORTS

NZ To Avenge 2017 Loss

The pain of losing to the Vodafone Fijian Bati in the 2017 Rugby League World Cup quarterfinal is still haunt­ing t...

Gamel, Nalaubu Coming To Boost Blues?
Football, SPORTS

Gamel, Nalaubu Coming To Boost Blues?

Defending champions Lautoka Blues received a major finan­cial boost for the 2022 Pacific Cup.

Teti Tela Still In The Race
Rugby, SPORTS

Teti Tela Still In The Race

Flying Fijians first five eight Teti Tela is still in the run­ning for this Sunday's (Fiji time) Test clash against...

All Eyes On The 2024 Paris Olympics
Rugby, SPORTS

All Eyes On The 2024 Paris Olympics

All teams in this weekend’s Hong Kong Sevens tournament are on a rebuilding phase with their target set for the 20...

Ratepayers Urged To Meet Civic Obligations
NATION, NEWS

Ratepayers Urged To Meet Civic Obligations

‘It took due process for uncollectable rates to be removed from the overall arrears total which dated back to 2012’

Vuya Villagers Extend Hall To Evacuation Centre
NATION, NEWS

Vuya Villagers Extend Hall To Evacuation Centre

“We need a bigger community hall to accommodate everyone so we decided it’s better to build a 30 by 60 feet evac...

Magma: Groundworks By 2023
SUNBIZ

Magma: Groundworks By 2023

Construction of roads and piped water and electricity supply, could be among the order of events anywhere after the ...

Lateef Given Conditional Practising Certificate
NATION, NEWS

Lateef Given Conditional Practising Certificate

Mr Naidu told the court that Lateef was granted a conditional practicing certificate and if this matter was to proce...

Man Charged After Importing Methamphetamine In Body Oil Bottles
WORLD

Man Charged After Importing Methamphetamine In Body Oil Bottles

During a routine customs check, ABF officers located 17 1L bottles of body oil in the man’s suitcase. The bottles ...

Police Investigate Case Of Year 8 Student Allegedly Distributing Money In School
NATION, NEWS

Police Investigate Case Of Year 8 Student Allegedly Distributing Money In School

Police spokesperson Ana Naisoro confirmed the report and said the amount was substantial and initial information was...

Witness Tells Court: Prakash Lived At Vunidawa In 2018,2019
NATION, NEWS

Witness Tells Court: Prakash Lived At Vunidawa In 2018,2019

He alleged to have falsely stated that his permanent place of residence was in Waidracia, Vunidawa, Nabuni, Naluwai,...

Man, 37, Handed 6 Year Jail Term
NATION, NEWS

Man, 37, Handed 6 Year Jail Term

Kafoa was charged and tried for murder however, following the trial, he was found guilty and convicted for manslaugh...

‘Clean Villages Vital During Cyclone Season’
NATION, NEWS

‘Clean Villages Vital During Cyclone Season’

Villagers of Mali Island welcomed a team from the Macuata Provincial Council to celebrate and organise a clean-up ca...

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