Monthly Archives: August 2015

Baabaas game a welcome test for Manu Samoa

Baabaas game a welcome test for Manu Samoa

Manu Samoa coach Stephen Betham says tomorrow’s historic match against the Barbarians is a chance for players to get some much-needed game-time ahead of the Rugby World Cup. Six of the starting fifteen, including captain Ofisa Treviranus, first five Tusi ...

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Banana Cup starts

Banana Cup starts

Forty participants are part of the Banana cup bowling tournament. The competition started at the Suva Bowling Club this morning. This is also the first time in 60 years that women are part of the competition. This tournament is also ...

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Lovobalavu ready

Lovobalavu ready

Former Marist Brothers High School student and Vodafone Flying Fijians centre, Gabby Lovobalavu believes they are on the right track. The 30 year old is one of the four players in the side who are going for their third world ...

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Facebook hits one billion users in a single day

Facebook hits one billion users in a single day

Facebook hit an unprecedented benchmark: One billion users in a single day. That happened for the first time on Monday, and co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced the milestone on Thursday. He noted in a Facebook (FB, Tech30) post that ...

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Expert: We’re ‘locked-in’ to 3 feet sea level rise

Expert: We’re ‘locked-in’ to 3 feet sea level rise

It was less than two years ago that the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released its all-encompassing assessment on the current state of climate change research and made projections for the future climate of our planet. According to the latest ...

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Asia’s richest man buys Ironman for $650 million

Asia’s richest man buys Ironman for $650 million

The “Ironman” brand has a new owner. Chinese billionaire Wang Jianlin has agreed to pay $650 million for World Triathlon Corporation, in the latest expansion of his growing sports empire. World Triathlon organizes Ironman events and controls the brand name. ...

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Loose nut costs Air Force $62.4 million in accident

Loose nut costs Air Force $62.4 million in accident

An Air Force reconnaissance airplane caught fire in April, endangering the lives of 27 airmen aboard the plane — all because a retaining nut connecting oxygen tubing was not tightened properly, accident investigators have determined. The report blamed a private ...

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Folau named Australian rugby player of the year

Folau named Australian rugby player of the year

Wallabies fullback Israel Folau has been named Australia’s rugby player of the year and becomes the first player to win the John Eales Medal in successive years. New South Wales Waratahs star Folau polled 138 votes to beat two flankers, ...

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