Monthly Archives: May 2015

At least 71 arrested in latest Papuan sweep

A total of 46 people were arrested yesterday in Jayapura in Indonesia’s Papua region during rallies in support of Papuan membership of the Melanesian Spearhead Group. Victor Yeimo of the United Liberation Movement for West Papua, or KNPB, says five ...

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Call to boycott FIFA

Call to boycott FIFA

There’s a call for major football nations to boycott the sport’s governing body FIFA, in the wake of the latest corruption allegations. The former England captain Gary Lineker says it’s nauseating to be involved in football, after several leading Fifa ...

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Former speaker indicted for hush money cover-up

Former speaker indicted for hush money cover-up

Federal officials have indicted former House Speaker Dennis Hastert for lying to the FBI about $3.5 million he agreed to pay to an undisclosed subject to “cover up past misconduct.” The indictment was unsealed in the District Court of Northern ...

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Australian public backs aid cuts – survey

Australian public backs aid cuts – survey

A survey by an Australian think tank shows most Australians support recent budget cuts to Australia’s overseas aid. The Lowy Institute says its poll found that 53 percent were in favour of cuts and 35 were against reductions to the ...

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Want an Oculus? It’s gonna cost ya

Want an Oculus? It’s gonna cost ya

How much will it cost for an Oculus Rift? About $1,500, if you want the virtual reality headset and a compatible computer. Oculus Rift is a virtual reality device equipped with a 3D viewfinder that, when strapped to your head, ...

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New men’s bowling champion to be crowned tomorrow

New men’s bowling champion to be crowned tomorrow

A new men’s champion will be crowned tomorrow at the Suva Bowling club at the conclusion of the Pineapple cup. Defending champion – Nadi based bowler Arun Kumar is not featuring in this year’s meet. The Pineapple Cup started this ...

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Serena struggle into third round

Serena struggle into third round

Women’s top seed Serena Williams played what she described as one of her worst ever performances but still managed to reach the third round of the French Open. The world number one came back from a set down to beat ...

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LDS Church College students meet the Speaker of the House

LDS Church College students meet the Speaker of the House

Students of Latter Day Saints Church College met Speaker of the House Dr. Jiko Luveni who explained in-depth parliament works. Dr Luveni visited the school as part of the ‘Meet the Speaker’ programme. Dr Luveni says she was encouraged to ...

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