Monthly Archives: August 2015

Wales, Scotland and Baabaas record wins

Wales, Scotland and Baabaas record wins

Wales hung on to beat Ireland 16-10 in an intense Rugby World Cup warm-up game in Dublin this morning as preparations for next month’s tournament went up a few notches between two near full-strength teams. After being blown away by ...

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FRU amends constitution

FRU amends constitution

The Fiji Rugby Union has amended it’s constitution. Two amendments were made in the Special General Meeting yesterday. FRU Chief Executive Officer Radrodro Tabualevu says one of the changes is the number of members needed to make a quorum. ‘Effectively ...

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Team Fiji ready for Youth Commonwealth Games

Team Fiji ready for Youth Commonwealth Games

Team Fiji athletes for the Youth Commonwealth Games in Samoa came together for the Team Assembly today. Team Fiji will be participating in 7 sports which are Archery, Athletics, 7s rugby for men and women, swimming, squash, tennis and weightlifting ...

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Fiji International Snooker Championship a success

Fiji International Snooker Championship a success

The Fiji Billiards and Snooker Association are confident they can host bigger tournaments in Fiji. This is after the conclusion of yet another successful Fiji International Snooker Championship at the Merchants Club in Suva today. And officials are also impressed ...

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MSG Trade Agreement to be discussed further

MSG Trade Agreement to be discussed further

The MSG Trade Agreement will set history as being the only trade agreement finalised by the Pacific region that will include services, investment and temporary movement of natural persons. This now provides a lot more scope for services to grow ...

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ADB to support adaptation efforts

ADB to support adaptation efforts

A priority of the Asian Development Bank Climate Change funds will go towards adaptation measures. This was revealed in a forum at the USP discussing ADB investment in response to an audience question about ADB investment towards more resilient infrastructure. ...

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Fijian soldiers to march in China military parade

Fijian soldiers to march in China military parade

Fijian soldiers will be among 1000 foreign troops at a massive military parade in China next week. The V-Day parade will showcase China’s weaponry and military might to mark the 70th anniversary of Japan’s surrender in the Second World War. ...

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Man still missing at sea

Man still missing at sea

The search for a man who has been missing at sea since last Saturday has been called off. Police Spokesperson Inspector Atunaisa Sokomuri confirmed that they have not been able to track 53-year-old Sashi Krishna. Krishna and 40-year-old Sami Goundar ...

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Funds set aside to assist civil service reforms

Funds set aside to assist civil service reforms

In order to get civil service reforms in place, the World Bank and Fiji’s development partners have set up a Fund to finance work in this regard. “And they have infact Honourable Deputy Speaker set a trust fund in which ...

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PM stresses importance of English at gala

PM stresses importance of English at gala

Members of the Fiji National University Alumni held their first awards gala dinner last night. The FNU has about 10,000 members. “The Fiji National University will celebrate the outstanding achievements of 16 high caliber alumni these are people who have ...

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