Monthly Archives: February 2014

Temporary road to ease traffic flow on Kings Highway

Temporary road to ease traffic flow on Kings Highway

Authorities are working around the clock since yesterday to construct a by-pass at the Naiborebore slip. Assistant area manager Central/Eastern Amal Prasad told Fiji One News that the bypass was initially expected to be open by 10am today. However, he ...

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North residents urged to take precautions

North residents urged to take precautions

Residents in Labasa are being urged to be on full alert and monitor the weather patterns. The Divisional Commissioner Northern’s office has called on residents of Macuata, Bua and Cakaudrove living in low lying areas to take precaution as a ...

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Fiji Warriors fully focused for PRC title defence

Fiji Warriors fully focused for PRC title defence

The Fiji Warriors are attempting to avoid outside distractions ahead of their Pacific Rugby Cup clash against the Queensland Reds A team in Brisbane tomorrow. The Warriors won the PRC title for the fifth year running in 2013 after the ...

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Tevita Kuridrani chases World Cup dream

Tevita Kuridrani chases World Cup dream

Wallabies outside-centre Tevita Kuridrani resisted the lure of cashed-up European clubs to chase his World Cup goal, declaring success in Australian rugby is his No.1 priority. Fijian-born Kuridrani also expects to be targeted by teams this season after enjoying a ...

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Rebels beat woeful Cheetahs

Rebels beat woeful Cheetahs

Melbourne Rebels posted their biggest win in Super Rugby with a 35-14 victory over the Cheetahs in Melbourne on Friday. The Rebels, with skipper Scott Higginbotham in outstanding form, scored five tries to two for a bonus-point win over the ...

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Stormers leave it late against Hurricanes

Stormers leave it late against Hurricanes

The Stormers won their first Super Rugby match of the 2014 season when they beat the Hurricanes 19-18 at Newlands on Friday. The Stormers trailed for most of the match and needed a late rolling maul try to win the ...

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Rampant Blues beat Crusaders

Rampant Blues beat Crusaders

A rampant Blues side scored four tries in 13 minutes to overcome an early deficit and storm to a 35-24 victory against fellow New Zealanders the Crusaders in a Super Rugby match at Eden Park on Friday. The visiting Crusaders ...

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Cracked road virtually cuts off access to Kings Road

Cracked road virtually cuts off access to Kings Road

The Prime Minister paid a visit to areas heavily affected by ravages of flood waters yesterday. Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama visited River Road, Narere, Waidamudamu settlement, as well as the damaged Naiborebore road in Tailevu and other surrounding areas. He raised ...

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Residents embark on clearing debris and silt

Residents embark on clearing debris and silt

As flood waters receded overnight in affected areas, the worry now is over the potential outbreak of disease. So residents in heavily affected areas such as Qauia outside Lami wasted no time early this morning as they cleaned up their ...

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Fiji Airways rebranding gets global award

Fiji Airways rebranding gets global award

Our national air carrier has achieved yet another milestone. They have now been honored among one of the world’s most effective rebrands in the 2014 Rebrand Awards. This is one of the highest recognition for excellence in brand repositioning in ...

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