Monthly Archives: February 2015

Ba holds off Labasa

Ba holds off Labasa

The Labasa Football team held off Ba to a nil all draw in the Galaxy Premier League at Subrail Park this afternoon. In the other match played lastnight, Nadi coninuted with their winning form beating Nadroga one nil. Nadi’s goal ...

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13 year old to deliver ball in World Cup

13 year old to deliver ball in World Cup

Its a dream come true for a Lautoka boy – courier company DHL has finally announced the winner who will be the first local to carry the ball before the Fiji versus England match in the World Cup which kicks ...

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Suva Football claims they were cheated

Suva Football claims they were cheated

Suva football Association is disappointed that nothing has been done as yet despite raising their concern regarding the OFC Champions League draw. Suva Officials are crying foul – as their plea seems to be falling on deaf ears Suva football ...

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Scan reveals 1,000-year-old mummified monk hidden in statue

Scan reveals 1,000-year-old mummified monk hidden in statue

A golden statue of a sitting Buddha, smuggled from a temple in China to a market in the Netherlands, revealed an extraordinary secret — a 1,000-year-old mummified monk. Researchers discovered the mummy, encased in a cavity in the statue when ...

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Rosy Akbar Reveal Plans For Her Ministry

Rosy Akbar Reveal Plans For Her Ministry

The Minister for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation, Rosy Akbar today revealed her plan on how her Ministry will deliver its services. Speaking to staff members today, Akbar outlined some of her concerns that needs addressing first. Staff of the ...

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Prizes For Food Voucher Recipients

Prizes For Food Voucher Recipients

The Ministry for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation today teamed up with Morris Hedstroms to further boost the lives of Social Welfare Recipients The event involved drawing of prizes for food voucher recipients. Ten people won prizes ranging from solar ...

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Counter-stroke Open Day Raises More Awareness

Counter-stroke Open Day Raises More Awareness

  Counter-stroke Fiji today held an open day to raise more awareness on the health issue. Eastblished in 1988, the NGO’s event at Ratu Sukuna Park only attracted a handful of people. With two to three people affected by stroke ...

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Deforestation Awareness Paying Dividend

Deforestation Awareness Paying Dividend

  Years of awareness on deforestation and the up keep and maintenance of our natural forests over the years are paying dividend. Permanent Secretary for the Ministry of Forests Inoke Wainiqolo says, they are seeing improvements in the way our ...

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Navigation Training For Police

Navigation Training For Police

Twenty seven senior Police Officers went through the RFMF’s Navigation Exercise in Nasinu yesterday. The officers from around the five policing divisions learnt how to read maps and calculate bearings to find their way from checkpoints that have been strategically ...

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