Monthly Archives: November 2014

Daylight Saving starts tomorrow

Daylight Saving starts tomorrow

Don’t forget to move your clock forward by an hour before you head to bed tonight! The Daylight Saving officially starts tomorrow. Clocks will move forward an hour at 2.am to 3am tomorrow morning. The 11 week Daylight Savings will ...

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Aspiring jornalists rewarded for their efforts

Aspiring jornalists rewarded for their efforts

Aspiring journalists from University of the South Pacific’s journalism department were rewarded for their hard work last night. Awards were given in various categories where students excelled. Apart from celebrations for their achievements, there were some serious messages delivered to ...

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From Pintober to Movember- fight against cancer continues

From Pintober to Movember- fight against cancer continues

A month long awareness campaign on breast cancer or often known as Pinktober Campaign is now slowly coming to an end. The Ministry of Women and Social Welfare last night held a fundraising reception in the capital. The Ministry contributed ...

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Police vows to come back stronger

Police vows to come back stronger

After losing the Sukuna Bowl yesterday, Police have vowed to come back stroinger next year. But Army skipper Aisake Katonibau it’s now the time for them to celebrate their hard earned victory. Katonibau said the Sukuna Bowl had been out ...

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Custom officials get their hands dirty

Custom officials get their hands dirty

Custom Officials today were out and about literally dirtying their hands. As part of their social corporate responsibility, the officials took their time out to clean the My Suva Park. ” You know giving back to the environment, keeping the ...

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Americans pay more for slower Internet

Americans pay more for slower Internet

When it comes to Internet speeds, the U.S. lags behind much of the developed world. That’s one of the conclusions from a new report by the Open Technology Institute at the New America Foundation, which looked at the cost and ...

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Tahiti's Fritch calls for stop to rumours

Tahiti's Fritch calls for stop to rumours

The French Polynesian president says he is rejecting rumours that his government is to face a no-confidence motion from within the ruling Tahoeraa Huiraatira Party. Edouard Fritch issued the statement in response to a midday news item on public radio. ...

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