Monthly Archives: January 2015

Labasa remains unbeaten

Labasa remains unbeaten

Labasa Football claimed their first win in the Galaxy Premier League beating Lautoka 2-1 at Subrail Park. The Babasiga Lions led 1 nil at the half time break. Labasa’s goal came in from Taione Kerevanua and Maciu Dunadamu while Lautoka’s ...

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Sheep farming on the rise in Taveuni

Sheep farming on the rise in Taveuni

Sheep farming has significantly picked up on the Island of Taveuni. The Agriculture Ministry says, local abbtoirs managed to produce four tonnes of sheep and slowed down importation from Viti Levu during the Christmas period. Acting Permanent Secretary for Agriculture ...

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2014 industries outputs exceeded expectations

2014  industries outputs exceeded expectations

Outputs for key industries such as tourism, sugar and wood chips exceeded expectations in 2014. According to the Reserve Bank, higher sugar and sugarcane output were the result of improved milling efficiency and quality cane supply. Significant outputs were also ...

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RFMF and Biosecurity join forces to eradicate American Iguana

RFMF and Biosecurity join forces to eradicate American Iguana

The Republic of Military Forces and Biosecurity of Fiji have joined forces to launch an operation to eradicate the Giant Invasive Iguanas. The species is commonly known as American Iguana. BAF Executive Chairman Xavier Riyaz Khan says, the joint operation ...

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Oil giant Shell cuts spending by $15 billion

Oil giant Shell cuts spending by $15 billion

More bad news for oil industry workers and suppliers: Royal Dutch Shell has joined the ranks of energy companies who are slashing their spending. Shell said it was scaling back its planned capital investment by $15 billion over the next ...

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Food supplies low in American Samoa due to US strike

Food supplies low in American Samoa due to US strike

American Samoa is beginning to feel the effects of shipping delays due to a work slowdown as union negotiations are underway in the United States. The last food freighter that brought essential food supplies was four weeks ago and most ...

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American Samoa businesses feel pinch from delay

American Samoa businesses feel pinch from delay

American Samoan businesses are being rocked by the work slowdown on the United States West Coast which has delayed shipments to the territory. The territory has been feeling the effects of the delays with food and milk shortages as the ...

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