Monthly Archives: July 2014

National Toothbrushing Day celebrated around the country

National Toothbrushing Day celebrated around the country

Today marked National Tooth Brushing Day. The event was marked in 565 school’s across the country today by just under two hundred thousand people. An initiative by the Ministry of Health, Fiji Dental Association and Colgate, the idea is to ...

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Henry Speight sidelined

Henry Speight sidelined

Fiji-born flyer Henry Speight has been sidelined with a hamstring injury for a month and will be replaced by winger Peter Betham in the Wallabies squad, the team said on Wednesday. Speight, selected in the 32-man Australian squad for the ...

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1.6 billion dollar road network upgrade over next 15 years

1.6 billion dollar road network upgrade over next 15 years

Upgrading the capital city’s entire transport network will cost taxpayers just a little over a billion dollars. This will see the Lami, Suva, Nasinu and Nausori areas developing a fully integrated and sustainable transport system. The good news for taxpayers ...

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Teen raped on lawn at Keith Urban show, police say

Teen raped on lawn at Keith Urban show, police say

A teenage girl was raped at the same Keith Urban show where 20 people got so drunk they were hospitalized, police said. The attack happened in front of a large crowd of other concertgoers on the lawn of the Xfinity ...

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FRU Responds to Unions

FRU Responds to Unions

The Fiji Rugby Union regrets the fact that some Unions have decided to communicate with Rugby House via the media. The timing is particularly disappointing. It is dismissive of the boards’ diligent efforts towards the restructuring of Rugby House as ...

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Inaugural exposition to empower women entrepreneurs

Inaugural exposition to empower women entrepreneurs

Preparations are well on track for next week’s inaugural National Women’s Expo. The expo which is a first of its kind will see women from rural areas across the country gather for a three day summit at the Vodafone Arena. ...

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Fiji Pearls netters to meet Singapore

Fiji Pearls netters to meet Singapore

On their return after defending the PNC title in the Cook Islands, the Pearls national netball team hasn’t played any official match as a team. Despite that the team have been following their own programme and are gearing to meet ...

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Tabakaucoro, Wisil qualify for 200m semis

Tabakaucoro, Wisil qualify for 200m semis

Pacific sprint stars Banuve Tabakaucoro and Toea Wisil have advanced to the 200m semi finals at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games. Fiji’s Tabakaucoro ran a season best time of 21.04 seconds to qualify for Friday morning’s semi finals at Hampden Park. ...

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NZ urged to not abandon West Papuans

NZ urged to not abandon West Papuans

A West Papuan activist says Australia and New Zealand must not abandon the indigenous people of her homeland. Visiting New Zealand, Paula Makabori has met members of parliament pushing for the country to play a role in addressing human rights ...

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