Monthly Archives: August 2014

Nadroga retains HFC Bank Farebrother

Nadroga retains HFC Bank Farebrother

  After being humbled 50 points  to 7 last week in the Skipper cup final, Naitasiri improved on their score line against Nadroga – although the end result was still the same in todays first HFC Farebrother challenge. The Highlanders ...

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Fijian Elections Office sends out ballot papers

Fijian Elections Office sends out ballot papers

This morning saw the start of the packaging of envelopes for postal balloting. With 12,204 postal ballot applications received, its now a race against time. 12,204 individual envelopes will now have to be sent out to those casting their votes ...

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Rewa through to Inkk Mobile BOG final

Rewa through to Inkk Mobile BOG final

Rewa defeated Suva 2-1  in extra in the first semi final of the Inkk Mobile Battle of the Giants earlier this afternoon to book their place in the final. Suva looked set for a spot in the final after ace ...

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Fiji First holds Nausori public rally

Fiji First holds Nausori public rally

Fiji First today held its family fund day in Nausori. Throngs of party supporters showed up to listen to party leader Voreqe Bainimarama speak to them on a number of issues ranging from education, health, the economy and also land ...

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The burning west living up to its name

The burning west living up to its name

The Commissioner Western’s office has sounded a stern warning to those in the division to refrain from burning cane already compounded by the prolonged dry spell. This also comes as the Government machinery in the western division started carting water ...

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One Fiji launches second phase of manifesto

One Fiji launches second phase of manifesto

Last night saw the second stage launching of One Fiji Party’s manifesto. Preferring to key it low key, the party last night unveiled its position on youth and sports. Its a piece meal approach to unveiling their position on various ...

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Teacher Student ratio key to quality education

Teacher Student ratio key to quality education

The Fiji Teachers Union says more improvements are needed in the classroom based or internal assessments to make it more successful. Union General Secretary, Agni Deo Singh says one of the ways to do this is to reduce the ratio ...

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Dentists discuss oral health promotion

Dentists discuss oral health promotion

Oral hygiene cannot be looked at in isolation. According to the Fiji Dental Association, oral hygiene is a very strong indicator of peoples health and therefore more emphasis needs to be placed on this area as well. Dentists are concerned ...

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Mobile company expands network to boost coverage

Mobile company expands network to boost coverage

Digicel Fiji has announced that it is continuing nation-wide roll out of 3G Plus remains on track. This follows the new 3G plus network introduced in Labasa, Taveuni, Tavua, Navua and Pacific Harbour. This move is part of Digicel Fiji’s ...

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PNG's Mount Rabaul Volcanoe erupts

PNG's Mount Rabaul Volcanoe erupts

A giant ash cloud is affecting some flights to and from Australia following a major eruption of the Rabaul caldera in Papua New Guinea. Satellite images shows the plume has reached a height of about 18 kilometres, indicating a significant ...

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