Samoa

All Blacks Sevens And Black Ferns Aiming To Defend Their Titles
Rugby, SPORTS

All Blacks Sevens And Black Ferns Aiming To Defend Their Titles

The world’s best men’s and women’s rugby sevens players return to action in New Zealand for the first time in ...

Expect Changes
HSBC Sevens Series, Rugby, SPORTS

Expect Changes

He will finalise the travelling squad soon. In Hamilton, New Zealand, our men are pooled with series leaders Samoa, ...

Fiji On England’s 2024 Tour
SPORTS

Fiji On England’s 2024 Tour

There is a possibility that Fiji will be included in Steve Borthwick’s first tour as England head coach in 2024.

54,000 From The Pacific Islands Needed In Australia And New Zealand Schemes
Big Story

54,000 From The Pacific Islands Needed In Australia And New Zealand Schemes

In addition, improving understanding of economic returns through activities such as the studies on remittances data ...

Samoa Population Tips Over The 200,000 Mark
NEWS, WORLD

Samoa Population Tips Over The 200,000 Mark

Apia: Samoa’s population has increased in the past six years by four percent, to 205,557.

‘Indigenous Knowledge Link To Academia Vital’
NATION, NEWS

‘Indigenous Knowledge Link To Academia Vital’

The event is being co-hosted by the Victoria University of Wellington and FNU with around 150 academics and practiti...

Let’s Go Local: Tukana Hopes To Fly An Aircraft To Vanuavatu
Let's Go Local, SUNBIZ

Let’s Go Local: Tukana Hopes To Fly An Aircraft To Vanuavatu

Mr Tukuna believes that financial literacy needs to be addressed and taught to every Fijian to direct them into the ...

Let’s Go Local: Navua Experience Led To A Waterfall- Sridhar
Let's Go Local, SUNBIZ

Let’s Go Local: Navua Experience Led To A Waterfall- Sridhar

APCO Coatings is now expanding its waterproofing offerings to provide quick and reliable solutions to the Fijian con...

Asinate Reflects On Fijiana’s Maiden World Cup
Rugby, SPORTS

Asinate Reflects On Fijiana’s Maiden World Cup

Leading the Fijiana in two matches at the women’s Rug­by World Cup in Auckland, New Zealand has been an honour fo...

Fiji’s Advantage In Recession
NEWS, SUNBIZ

Fiji’s Advantage In Recession

Fiji's fixed exchange rate system, where the Fiji Dollar (FJD) is pegged to a weighted basket of four currencies, pl...

Pearls Lose Three Matches In A Row
SPORTS

Pearls Lose Three Matches In A Row

The Fijian Pearls lost 58-34 against Australian Path­way team at the PacificAus Sports series at USC Stadium, Queen...

Fiji Ready For Regional Tennis Comp
SPORTS

Fiji Ready For Regional Tennis Comp

Team Fiji are using their recent record medal haul at the recent Mini Pacific Games in Saipan, Northern Mari­anas, ...

Kulas Play Cooks In Quarters
Football, SPORTS

Kulas Play Cooks In Quarters

The national women’s football team is going to play Cook Islands in the third quarter-final of the OFC Women’s N...

‘We Need to Ensure There is No Skills Shortage in the Islands’‘
NEWS

‘We Need to Ensure There is No Skills Shortage in the Islands’‘

There is concern that with labour scheme programmes, it is leaving a skill shortage in the Pacific Islands.

Garden Island of Taveuni for Digicel Chief, Mohammed
Let's Go Local

Garden Island of Taveuni for Digicel Chief, Mohammed

‘I’m from the West and love my hometown Rakiraki.’

Stopping Habosi
Rugby, SPORTS

Stopping Habosi

Legendary winger Lote Tuqiri says, he would use a tactic that was used to contain Jonah Lomu.

Israel Folau’s Test Comeback On Track
Rugby, SPORTS

Israel Folau’s Test Comeback On Track

Israel Folau is relishing every moment he spends with the Ikale Tahi Tonga rugby side for the Pacific Nations Cup op...

Brent Hill Outlines 2023 $3 Billion Target
SUNBIZ

Brent Hill Outlines 2023 $3 Billion Target

Tourism Fiji is on an ambitious but achievable plan to get back on track to achieve $3 billion for the industry come...

International Borders to open in August says Samoa Prime Minister
WORLD

International Borders to open in August says Samoa Prime Minister

Samoa’s Prime Minister Fiame Naomi Mataafa has announced the plan to reopen Samoa’s international borders to int...

Brighter Horizons In The Pacific Region
SUNBIZ

Brighter Horizons In The Pacific Region

ANZ has invested around A$30 million (FJ$47.12 million) in projects and systems in these core markets over the past ...

DIGICEL Scores Big – Wins OOKLA Speedtest Awards In Samoa and Tonga
SUNBIZ

DIGICEL Scores Big – Wins OOKLA Speedtest Awards In Samoa and Tonga

Digicel, the only Digital operator in Samoa and Tonga has been awarded the 2021 Ookla Speedtest Awards. Digicel S...

Taveuni Farmers Learn How To Mitigate Soil Nutrient Depletion
SUNBIZ

Taveuni Farmers Learn How To Mitigate Soil Nutrient Depletion

Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) has helped Taveuni farmers understand and apprecia...

Telstra Deal, A Game Changer: Attorney General
SUNBIZ

Telstra Deal, A Game Changer: Attorney General

Government is looking at further collaboration with Telstra in the business process outsourcing (BPO) sector as the ...

Editorial: Peter Lomas – A Doyen Of Journalism Will Be Remembered For His Commitment To Regional Training Of Journalists And Media Workers
Editorial

Editorial: Peter Lomas – A Doyen Of Journalism Will Be Remembered For His Commitment To Regional Training Of Journalists And Media Workers

Today, we pay tribute to our CEO/Publisher Peter Lomas, who passed away yesterday. Mr Lomas was well known for hi...

Shane Smith Becomes First Fijian To Head Westpac Fiji
SUNBIZ

Shane Smith Becomes First Fijian To Head Westpac Fiji

Westpac’s Managing Director for Westpac Pacific and Specialist Finance Damien MacRae said: “Shane is a highly re...

Koli Sewabu Shows The Way
Editorial, FIJI NEWS

Koli Sewabu Shows The Way

The rugby fanatic, who is a colourful former national rep and provincial coach, will work with Rugby Australia (RA) ...

Telstra To Buy Digicel Pacific In US $1.6bn Deal
SUNBIZ

Telstra To Buy Digicel Pacific In US $1.6bn Deal

The deal includes a US$250 million (FJ$518.55m) earn-out clause, subject to the performance of the business unit ove...

When Are Countries In The Pacific Opening Up To International Travel?
SUNBIZ

When Are Countries In The Pacific Opening Up To International Travel?

More than 80 per cent of people in Fiji have been fully vaccinated, triggering the government’s decision to reopen.

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