Monthly Archives: August 2014

Bainimarama meets supporters in Sydney

Bainimarama meets supporters in Sydney

Fiji First Leader Voreqe Bainimarama met with party supporters in Sydney overnight. His delegation was also met with some protestors outside. The meeting happened inside the Canterbury Town Hall near Bankstown. While there he took the time to speak to ...

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Hibiscus Queen owes success to humble beginnings

Hibiscus Queen owes success to humble beginnings

The week long Vodafone Festival culminated last night with the crowning of Nakelo lass, Nanise Rainima as Queen. But before she settled into her new role, it was back down to the Festival venue at Albert Park, to get her ...

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Kiuva becomes model for climate change impacts

Kiuva becomes model for climate change impacts

The Fiji National Platform for Disaster Risk Management and Climate Change conference may have ended on Friday, but not before lessons were drawn during a visit last week to Tailevu. Delegates visited Kiuva Village to see for themselves the impact ...

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Tradition of GS becoming President can change says church

Tradition of GS becoming President can change says church

There is a possibility that more than one key position in the Methodist Church hierarchy could be decided at tomorrows annual conference. Communications Secretary, Reverend James Bhagwan has confirmed that if any of those in the head office of the ...

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Obama orders review of military equipment sales to police

Obama orders review of military equipment sales to police

As debates swirl about the “militarization of police,” President Barack Obama has ordered a review of programs enabling state and local law enforcement to buy military equipment, a senior administration official said Saturday. The decision follows public criticism of the ...

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Rewa booked semi final spot in BOG

Rewa booked semi final spot in BOG

The Rewa soccer team have booked a place in the semi-final after beating Nadi 1-nil this afternoon. Both sides were locked nil all at half-time but a mistake towards the end of the game from Nadi goal-keeper, Ben Aminio saw ...

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10 students off to Melbourne on cultural exchange

10 students off to Melbourne on cultural exchange

10 students from around the country today departed for Australia as part of a unique cultural exchange initiative. Chosen from a field of over 170 students from around Fiji, for most it will also be their first time overseas. It ...

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Experimental SpaceX rocket self-detonates over Texas

Experimental SpaceX rocket self-detonates over Texas

A rung on the long ladder to Mars broke Friday, when a rocket test in Texas ended in a midair ball of fire. Debris from the unmanned SpaceX Falcon 9 Reusable (F9R) rocket, which self-destructed less than 20 seconds after ...

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Suva netters retains title

Suva netters retains title

The Suva Netball team retained their title in the Digicel Punjas National Championship finals in Lautoka yesterday. The capital city netters defeated Nasinu 57-48 in a thrilling match. But in Grade B the Sugar city girls successfully defended their title ...

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Police chokehold death sparks New York protest march

Police chokehold death sparks New York protest march

Thousands of protesters rallied Saturday on a New York street where Eric Garner, an unarmed black man, died after a white police officer put him in a chokehold, sparking national outrage just weeks before Michael Brown was shot to death ...

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