Monthly Archives: November 2014

Western Florists Take Advantage of festive season

Western Florists Take Advantage of  festive season

It’s that time of the season again where flowers are in bloom and when florists come out in numbers to flaunt their creations. Florists in the Sugar City have been at the forefront showing off their green fingers and handiwork ...

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Construction of High Tech Studio For Youths Monitored

Construction of  High Tech Studio For Youths Monitored

A New Zealand Government funding agency is closely monitoring the construction of  a hi-tech studio for youths in Lami outside Suva. The facility is being constructed at a cost close to a million dollars. Setting up a studio here in ...

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SPC says, 2014 was a busy year

SPC says, 2014 was a busy year

The Director General of  the Secretariat of  the Pacific Community Dr Colin Tukuitoga says, 2014 was a busy year for the organisation both internally and externally. Dr Tukuitoga says, the SPC dedicated much of  its efforts towards improving the conditions ...

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Taveuni infested with ant

Taveuni infested with ant

The Oceania Marist Province has revealed that some of  its infrastructure at its Formation Centre in Tutu, Taveuni are infested with a certain type of ant. The Provincial of  the Oceania Marist Province Father Bernard McKenna told Fiji One News ...

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Midwives told to learn from local experiences

Midwives told to learn from local experiences

Midwives around the country have been told that learning more from local experiences can save more lives at the prenatal and postnatal stages. The midwives have also been encouraged to qualify their experiences with midwifery studies that are available locally. ...

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Mark scaling to be reviewed

Mark scaling to be reviewed

Cabinet will make the final decision on whether the scaling of external exam marks for Forms 6 and 7 will be abolished or maintained. A review of  the system by two USP academics saw different views expressed by each of ...

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Woman is latest victim of a road accident

Woman is latest victim of  a road accident

Police have reinforced the message of keeping safe on our roads following another death in the western division in the span of a week. Assistant Commissioner of Police and Chief Operations Officer Rusiate Tudravu has expressed his disappointment that despite ...

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Thanksgiving power outages hit the Northeast

Thanksgiving power outages hit the Northeast

Storm-related power outages hit across the Northeast, leaving some chopping breadcrumbs by flashlight, cooking turkeys on the grill and watching Netflix on phones. Many New Englanders were without power — but this was nothing new for the region. Tens of ...

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Suva bombed out of Pacific Cup

Suva bombed out of Pacific Cup

The four football districts from Fiji have been bundled out of the Pacific Cup tournament in Australia. Suva were the only Fiji side to make to the semifinals today following their impressive run in pool stages but unfortunately they were ...

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