Monthly Archives: October 2014

Olympiakos pulls off another upset at Champions League

Olympiakos pulls off another upset at Champions League

Olympiakos pulled off another Champions League upset by beating Juventus 1- nil, to go level on points with Group A leader Atletico Madrid. Swiss midfielder Pajtim Kasami fired the winner past Gigi Buffon in the 36th minute. The goal arrived ...

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Officials impressed at Age Group Nationals

Officials impressed at  Age Group Nationals

Regardless of the weather, the BSP Short Course Age Group Nationals got off to a good start at the National Aquatic Center today. Records tumbled in the first of the three days competition. Nine Fiji based swim clubs participated along ...

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Catholics celebrate diwali with Mass

Catholics celebrate diwali with Mass

In the spirit of Diwali, Catholics celebrated with a mass at the Sacred Heart Cathedral. The special afternoon service was a chance for the church’s Indian Catholic community to celebrate the festival of lights with other members. Catholics from all ...

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Tuvalu delegation visit PIDF headquarters

Tuvalu delegation visit PIDF headquarters

The Pacific Islands Development Forum or PIDF hosted the Tuvaluan Minister for Trade, Tourism, Environment and Labor yesterday at it’s headquarters here in Suva. The courtesy call visitation highlights the interest by the people of Tuvalu with the work carried ...

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US specialist strengthen mental health service

Plans to strengthen mental health services in the country are underway. This comes as discussions by various local stakeholders were held with support from the US government. These experts are now working on the way forward for Fiji’s mental health ...

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Australia's Foreign Minister Julie Bishop to visit Fiji

Australia's Foreign Minister Julie Bishop to visit Fiji

Australia’s Minister for Foreign Affairs, Julie Bishop will meet with senior Fijian government officials when she visits Fiji on the 31st of October. Bishop will lead a delegation from Australia and will hold talks with Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama. She ...

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Moves underway to make Labasa attractive

Moves underway to make Labasa attractive

Moves are underway to make Labasa town more attractive. The Labasa Chamber of Commerce has come up with big plans to make that a reality. The Labasa Chamber of Commerce among other things, plans to liven up the town’s night ...

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Man charged for wife's murder

Man charged for wife's murder

The man who was alleged to have murdered his de-facto wife in Naikabula, outside Lautoka on Tuesday has been charged. The 43-year-old victim was found unconscious at this spot in Koroipita in the early hours of Tuesday morning. Police officers ...

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Interest in the north grows

Interest in the north grows

Interest to invest in the Northern division continues to grow. Commissioner Northern Alipate Bolalevu told Fiji One News, more foreign investors are visiting Vanua Levu as construction of the new highways continue. Bolalevu says the latest visit was from a ...

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Vaka on their way down under

Vaka on their way down under

Preparations are now focused on the arrival of the three vaka of the Mua voyage in Australia. The three traditional sailing double hulled canoes left our shores last week raising awareness about the effects of climate change in the Pacific. ...

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