Monthly Archives: September 2014

Student dies in school after heart problem

Student dies in school after heart problem

  A female student of a prominent Suva Government school passed away in school yesterday. Police confirm the student was a known heart patient. According to police the female students death has been classified by her doctor and there’s no ...

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Ministerial Assignments now gazetted.

Ministerial Assignments now gazetted.

Various specific Ministerial Assignments have now been gazetted. Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama still oversees iTaukei Affairs as well as the Sugar Ministry. He is therefore responsible for up to 31 different laws. Information and Communications also falls under Finance Minister ...

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Boy, 15, pens viral letter about Emma Watson speech

Boy, 15, pens viral letter about Emma Watson speech

A 15-year-old British schoolboy has struck a chord with his eloquent response to actress Emma Watson’s United Nations speech encouraging men to join in the fight for gender equality. Ed Holtom’s letter, published in the Sunday Telegraph, was praised on ...

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Refugees protest on Nauru

Refugees protest on Nauru

About 80 refugees have staged a protest in Nauru, marching on the Australian High Commission. The organisers says the march was peaceful with people directing chants against the Australian Immigration Minister, Scott Morrison. There are more than 100 refugees on ...

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Fiji Under 18 ruggers suffered second loss

Fiji Under 18 ruggers suffered second loss

The Vodafone Fiji under 18 rugby side has suffered its second straight defeat in the Tri Nations series in New Zealand this afternoon. Fiji playing against the New Zealand School boys team were hoping to bounce back after 50 – ...

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Suva rugby union looks ahead to grand final

Suva rugby union looks ahead to grand final

The Suva Rugby Union are looking forward to the RC Manubhai Escott Shield Grand final at the ANZ Stadium on Friday. The winning team on Friday will be laying their hands on – the Escott Shield – seen as one ...

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Labasa football team likely to be penalised

Labasa football team likely to be penalised

One of the Super Premier football districts is likely to face a fine ahead of the Inter District Championship. The District had delayed sending in their registration forms to the Fiji Football Association on time. The Labasa football team is ...

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Suva masters are hopeful for a second straight title

Suva masters are hopeful for a second straight title

The Suva Masters football team is entering this weekend’s International Veterans tournament with the expectation of winning their second – straight title. Having surprised many by winning the tournament last year, team officials believes this team is comfortable playing with ...

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Friends pay tribute to Robin Williams at private event

Friends pay tribute to Robin Williams at private event

Robin Williams received a warm sendoff from family and friends at a San Francisco tribute Saturday night. The private event at the Curran Theatre was attended by such luminaries as Stevie Wonder, Eric Idle, Bobcat Goldthwait, Bonnie Hunt, Whoopi Goldberg ...

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Vanuatu ponders nickel plant

Vanuatu ponders nickel plant

The office of Vanuatu’s Prime Minister says investors hoping to build a nickel smelter on Santo have been asked to submit a formal proposal. A joint venture was signed recently between a New Caledonian company, MKM, and China’s Jin Pei, ...

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