Monthly Archives: September 2014

Is the NFL skirting the tax man?

Is the NFL skirting the tax man?

Did the National Football League make $10.5 billion in 2013, pay its chief executive Roger Goodell $44.2 million, yet pay no taxes to Uncle Sam? Well, yes and no. The National Football League pays taxes through its various money-making offshoots ...

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SODELPA lacks vision: Bainimarama

SODELPA lacks vision: Bainimarama

Many may have noted that one of the first institutions that newly elected Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama thanked in his victory speech on Sunday was the Republic of Fiji Military Forces. Bainimarama thanked the RFMF for their staunch loyalty to ...

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Commander Tikoitoga reinforces support for elected government

Commander Tikoitoga reinforces support for elected government

Military Commander Brigadier General Mosese Tikoitoga has also reinforced the institutions support towards the now, elected Government of  the day. Mika Loga spoke exclusively to the army chief on the new role now for the military under the democratically elected ...

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Career military officers to serve in parliament

Career military officers to serve in parliament

This morning the military hosted some of its former senior officers who have just been successfully elected into parliament. The Republic Of  Fiji Military Forces today hosted some of their former senior military officers now elected as Members of Parliament ...

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NZ rally calls for release of journos in West Papua

NZ rally calls for release of journos in West Papua

A rally was held today outside New Zealand’s parliament to call for media freedom in West Papua and the release of two French journalists detained in Indonesia’s remote eastern region. Valentine Bourrat and Thomas Dandois were arrested on the 6th ...

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People's Alliance Party in Solomons supports gender balance

People's Alliance Party in Solomons supports gender balance

A Solomons Islands political party says it fully supports a gender balance government. At the official launch of the People’s Alliance Party in Honiara, the party’s parliamentary leader, Milner Tozaka, said the party was meeting requirements of the Political Parties ...

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InterContinental Fiji takes 4FJ pledge

InterContinental Fiji takes 4FJ pledge

The InterContinental Fiji at Natadola has become the first resort in the country to take the 4FJ Pledge. That means the 5 star resort will not serve kawakawa and donu on its menu during its peak breeding months. It’s a ...

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Poll officials and count clerks yet to be paid

Poll officials and count clerks yet to be paid

Their work might be done, but they still have to get paid for it. The Fijian Elections Office has advised all its polling day workers and count clerks that they are now processing their wages. In a statement from the ...

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