Monthly Archives: July 2015

Johnson not on NZ Rugby’s radar for Rio

Johnson not on NZ Rugby’s radar for Rio

New Zealand Rugby’s general manager of rugby Neil Sorensen has put to bed any rumours of Shaun Johnson playing sevens for New Zealand at next year’s Rio Olympics. Johnson has been touted by media as a possible code swapper for ...

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The ‘rebirth’ of Indian sprinter Dutee Chand

The ‘rebirth’ of Indian sprinter Dutee Chand

Indian sprinter Dutee Chand has been cleared to race by a landmark ruling questioning the validity of so-called gender tests around naturally high testosterone levels in female athletes. BBC Hindi’s Sandeep Sahu spoke to her and met her family in ...

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Fiji Pearls present i-tatau

Fiji Pearls present i-tatau

The Fiji Pearls side presented their i-tatau to the President, Ratu Epeli Nailatikau at Government House. In bidding them farewell, Ratu Epeli said that the country’s blessing are upon the team and they look forward to a good outing from ...

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Rarawai mill accident lands man in hospital

Rarawai mill accident lands man in hospital

Another accident involving an employee has occurred at the Rarawai mill today. Reports reaching us confirm the employee sustained burns to his body inside the factory. It is believed that he suffered 80 percent burns and was rushed to the ...

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Locals lose hundreds in email spoofing scam

Locals lose hundreds in email spoofing scam

14 local businesses have lost more than half a million dollars over the last two years due to email spoofing. Email spoofing is when cyber criminals hack emails of businesses and traders and make payments instructions to banks. Fiji Financial ...

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Australian QC Julian Moti represents Ratu Naiqama

Australian QC Julian Moti represents Ratu Naiqama

Australian Q-C Julian Moti has been hired by Ratu Naiqama Lalabalavu to fight his suspension case from Parliament. Moti was in court today – he is the former Attorney General of the Solomon Islands – he was born in Fiji. ...

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$16.7 million redevelopment for Albert Park

$16.7 million redevelopment for Albert Park

Suva’s Albert Park is expected to be transformed in a 16.7 million dollars redevelopment project soon. The redevelopment include four rugby or soccer grounds, two cricket fields with artificial pitches and modern lighting. The biggest improvement includes a new grandstand. ...

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