Monthly Archives: June 2015

Yat Sen Farewells old scholars

Yat Sen Farewells old scholars

With just a few days before leaving for the Pacific Games, the Yat Sen Alumni today farewelled their ex-scholars. The Yat Sen community today stands proud to be part of this team and has even challenged the younger generation. Standing ...

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Fiji is free to choose its developing partners

Fiji is free to choose its developing partners

Meanwhile the Assistant Secretary of State for Pacific Affairs Daniel Russel says Fiji is free to choose its friends and development partners. Fiji, after the events of 2006 has looked up to Asian countries like China as their development partners. ...

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Amy Schumer fires back at critics: ‘I am not racist’

Amy Schumer fires back at critics: ‘I am not racist’

Amy Schumer is weighing in on criticism that her comedy features material that is racially insensitive. The “Inside Amy Schumer”star posted a message to Twitter on Sunday in which she wrote that her comedy satirizes other people’s views on race. ...

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Fijian Players to feature in the Super Rugby Finals

Fijian Players to feature in the Super Rugby Finals

With four days away from the super rugby final, there’s a lot of interest here at home. Some Fijian players featured for both teams over the years. Sireli Bobo, Api Naikatini and Bill Cavubati played for the Hurricanes while Manasa ...

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Consultation on TVET courses

Consultation on TVET courses

Identifying Technical Vocational Education and Training priority needs in the areas of sustainable energy and climate change adaptation will be the main focus for this week’s national consultation on TVET courses. Education and training practitioners will discuss challenges faced in ...

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More senior citizens to benefit from social welfare schemes

More senior citizens to benefit from social welfare schemes

More elderly citizens are to benefit from government’s social schemes after the age criteria was increased. This is part of the Ministry for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation’s mandate to increase care for the elderly. This includes 1 hundred and ...

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Latest Vanuatu no confidence motion delayed

Latest Vanuatu no confidence motion delayed

A Supreme Court hearing in Vanuatu, on whether an opposition motion of no confidence in the Government is legal, is due to be heard this afternoon. The just-installed Sato Kilman Government appointed Marcellino Pipite as speaker after coming into power, ...

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