Monthly Archives: July 2015

Fiji PM supports India

Fiji PM supports India

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama has expressed his support for India’s bid to be a member of the United Nations Security Council. He made the comments at Albert Park this morning. The P-M said India is the world’s biggest democracy and ...

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CWM Hospital’s Lau Women’s Ward upgraded

CWM Hospital’s Lau Women’s Ward upgraded

The International Women’s Association Lau Women’s Ward was opened by the President Ratu Epeli Nailatikau this morning. The 18 bed ward has been upgraded with funds raised at the International Women’s Association Valentine’s Day Ball which raised 80 thousand dollars. ...

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Father and two children of Kinoya murder laid to rest

Father and two children of Kinoya murder laid to rest

The funeral of a father and his two children who died in an alleged murder-suicide case took place today. Hundreds turned out at the Wainibuku cemetery to accord final rites to 34 year old Johit Prasad, 5 year old daughter ...

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Fuel retailers raise concern on station robberies

Fuel retailers raise concern on station robberies

The Fiji Fuel Retailers Association is concerned with the number and nature of robberies happening at service stations. A short survey by the Association reveals 14 out of 44 stations have been robbed in just less than a year. Association ...

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SME grants to be handed out annually

SME grants to be handed out annually

The Small and Micro Enterprise 1 thousand dollar grant scheme will be an annual event with an allocation for it in governments annual budget. Speaking to recipients in Taveuni yesterday, Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama said the onus is on them ...

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Fiji Football ready for BOG

Fiji Football ready for BOG

Fiji Football Association is all geared up to host the second major tournament of the year in Nausori this weekend. With most of the preparations done, hopes are high that this year’s Battle of Giants will be one of the ...

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John Wesley ready for challenge against Ratu Navula

John Wesley ready for challenge against Ratu Navula

John Wesley College is hoping that history will not repeat itself at the ANZ Stadium on Saturday when they meet Ratu Navula College in the Coke Zero Deans under 18 quarterfinals. Last year John Wesley lost to Ratu Navula on ...

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13-man Fiji cling on against Japan

13-man Fiji cling on against Japan

Fiji required a massive defensive stand in the dying minutes to defeat Japan 27-22 and book their spot in the Pacific Nations Cup Final. The Fijians outscored Japan three tries to two but only managed three points in the second ...

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CNMI Customs makes biggest drug bust in history

CNMI Customs makes biggest drug bust in history

The CNMI’s customs division has recorded the biggest illegal drug bust in its history when it intercepted and seized 12 kilograms of methamphetamine or “ice” with an estimated street value of $4.2 million US dollars. The customs director, Joe Mafnas, ...

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