Lau

Bilitaki Refuses To Allow His Age Slow Him Down
Careers

Bilitaki Refuses To Allow His Age Slow Him Down

“Most people nowadays when they start to earn, they tend to not want to continue their studies. They should be enc...

Vanua VS Politics
Analysis

Vanua VS Politics

At the moment the lines between them seemed blurred. Can they be separated? The way SODELPA is carrying on, it will ...

Sisters Carry On Mum’s Legacy Through Handicraft
NEWS

Sisters Carry On Mum’s Legacy Through Handicraft

Despite pulling their designs from tradition, the sisters say the items they make are unique and profitable in the m...

‘We Forgive You’, Family Ready To Bury Hatchet Over Woman’s Death
NEWS

‘We Forgive You’, Family Ready To Bury Hatchet Over Woman’s Death

Family ready to bury hatchet over woman’s death

Single mum dedicates achievement to grandparents
Careers

Single mum dedicates achievement to grandparents

As a mother to two children, Ms Bati recalls all the hardship she went through.

Kawakawa, Donu Ban Campaign Begins
NEWS

Kawakawa, Donu Ban Campaign Begins

The ban comes into effect from June 1 to September 30, 2019.

Family Values Vital For iTaukei: Assistant Minister Adimaitoga
NEWS

Family Values Vital For iTaukei: Assistant Minister Adimaitoga

“Family values are important in the upbringing of any person in his or her family based on the spirit of love and ...

Daunivalu Attributes Success To Island Life
SUNBIZ

Daunivalu Attributes Success To Island Life

"Today as the chief executive of­ficer of the Fiji Crop and Livestock Council (FCLC) she recalls being raised on th...

No One Can Replace Malcolm: Sereana Makasiale
NEWS

No One Can Replace Malcolm: Sereana Makasiale

Mrs Makasiale said Malcolm took a part of them that no one would replace.

Let’s Talk More, Head Girl Tells Students
NEWS

Let’s Talk More, Head Girl Tells Students

“Some girls face problems in their homes so we are trying to strengthen the sisterhood,”

First Fisheries Officer Deployed On Cicia
NEWS

First Fisheries Officer Deployed On Cicia

I am ready for the challenges. I will find ways to ensure that these challenges do not affect the work that we do he...

Cicia Grateful To Ministry of Fisheries
NEWS

Cicia Grateful To Ministry of Fisheries

“We are very happy that to­day an ice plant is open in the vil­lage. This means a lot to us because we have a pl...

Moala Islander Understands Importance Of Mitigation
NEWS

Moala Islander Understands Importance Of Mitigation

“In our village we have a project and that is to have a seawall. A non-government organisation is currently helpin...

Aquaculture to boost economy, food security
NATION

Aquaculture to boost economy, food security

  The Ministry of Fisheries is planning to seriously shift its focus on aquaculture which it believes will bene...

Solar Powered Freezers Excite Ono-i-Lau Fisherman
NATION

Solar Powered Freezers Excite Ono-i-Lau Fisherman

  Most of the men in this village are fishermen and this is going to be the first time they will be selling fis...

Udu Villagers Assured Help
NATION

Udu Villagers Assured Help

  Villagers of Udu in Totoya, Lau, were yesterday assured by Government representatives that their grievanc­es...

Islanders Highlight Fishing Problems
NATION

Islanders Highlight Fishing Problems

Tukana Rokobalei, the Mata-ni-Tikina of Kabara, had asked Government to pro­vide Namuka Village with a fish­ing ve...

Strong Wind Warning  As Rain Forecast
NATION

Strong Wind Warning As Rain Forecast

A strong wind warning remains in force for the land areas of  Yasawa and Mamanuca  Group, western,  southern  an...

Suspended term for dad of five
NATION

Suspended term for dad of five

A 44-year-old man from Waciwaci Village in Lakeba, Lau, was sentenced to three months imprisonment yesterday for thr...

Family of Late Labasa Student Nurse Coming to Terms With Loss
NATION

Family of Late Labasa Student Nurse Coming to Terms With Loss

The family of the late Amelia Baletagici Tuima are still coming to terms with the fact that she is no more. Ms Tuima...

Farmer Who Allegedly Struck Fellow  Villager With Cane Knife Granted Bail
NATION

Farmer Who Allegedly Struck Fellow Villager With Cane Knife Granted Bail

A 33-year-old farmer of Lau who allegedly struck a fellow villager with a cane knife, was bailed by the Suva Magist...

Ono-i-Lau Backs PM
NEWS

Ono-i-Lau Backs PM

Villagers of Ono-i-Lau have pledged their support for Prime Minister Voreqe Baini­marama and his FijiFirst Govern­...

Raiole Remembers Missing Friend’s Last Words
NEWS

Raiole Remembers Missing Friend’s Last Words

There was still no trace of Peni Waqabaca, who is alleged to have been swept away by strong currents at the river in...

New Classrooms for 500 Students on Vanuabalavu, Part of $10m Project
NATION

New Classrooms for 500 Students on Vanuabalavu, Part of $10m Project

PACIFIC BUILDING SOLUTIONS (PBS) WON TENDER FOR THE RECONSTRUCTION WORK FROM NEW ZEALAND GOVERNMENT About 500 studen...

Boat Handover In-time for 3 Maritime Schools
NEWS

Boat Handover In-time for 3 Maritime Schools

It was a proud moment for 3 maritime schools as they were handed a boat each fitted with engines at Waisomo Basement...

PM: Government Has Duty To Meet Challenges Of Lau’s Geography
Opinion

PM: Government Has Duty To Meet Challenges Of Lau’s Geography

Vuanirewa Clan, Masi ni Vanua o Lau, Bula vinaka and a very good morning to you all. I am delighted to be here this ...

Totoya Holds Thanksgiving Service For Funds Raised
NATION

Totoya Holds Thanksgiving Service For Funds Raised

  The Totoya Fundraising committee doubled their fundraising target in their recent get together in Suva. $32,0...

Polling Staff Cover Lau Islands Group
NATION

Polling Staff Cover Lau Islands Group

Fifteen teams consisting of 45 Fijian Elections Office staff members have been deployed to cover the Lau group as pa...

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