Monthly Archives: October 2015

PM issues another warning about sedition

PM issues another warning about sedition

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama has again reminded the people of Ra not to be involved with those behind efforts to form a Christian State. While officiating at the disbursement of micro and small business grants in Rakiraki, Bainimarama told the ...

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NZ suspends Fiji’s bean exports

NZ suspends Fiji’s bean exports

The BioSecurity Authority of Fiji has condemned a decision by the New Zealand Ministry of Primary Industries to suspend the import of long bean. In a statement issued this hour, BAF says the ban is unwarranted and is not in ...

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Breast cancer aggressive in men

Breast cancer aggressive in men

Breast cancer develops more aggressively in men. This is according to CWM Consultant surgeon Dr Josese Turagava who said there have been cases of men diagnosed with breast cancer over the past few years. More than 200 cases of breast ...

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Human resource discussions underway

Human resource discussions underway

The Fiji Human Resource Institute is putting together plans on how to improve their work. The three day convention started in Nadi today to identify key areas that need working on. More than 150 delegates coming together for this Fiji ...

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Religious extremism lurks in Papua, says Reverend

Religious extremism lurks in Papua, says Reverend

A Papua church leader says religious extremism has the potential to cause problems for local society. Reverend Dormon Wandikbo is a leading member of the GIDI, or Gereja Injili di Indonesia, a Protestant church which, unlike other leading Protestant churches ...

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Pacific push for right reps on World Rugby Council

Pacific push for right reps on World Rugby Council

Pacific nations are increasingly confident of securing equal representation on the World Rugby Council. Oceania is represented by Samoa’s Lefau Harry Schuster on the 28-strong council but Fiji, Samoa and Tonga do not have individual seats. The eight foundation unions: ...

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Fiji and Samoa hockey teams square off after heavy defeats

Fiji and Samoa hockey teams square off after heavy defeats

Pacific hockey teams were completely outclassed on the opening day of the Oceania Cup in Taranaki, but despite lop-sided scorelines insist it’s not all doom and gloom. The Samoa men’s team were thrashed 37-0 by New Zealand, with the women’s ...

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Drug maker Valeant plunges as report alleges Enron-like fraud

Drug maker Valeant plunges as report alleges Enron-like fraud

Shares of Valeant Pharmaceuticals tumbled on Wednesday after a research firm accused the drug company of massive fraud similar to what doomed Enron. It’s the latest controversy swirling around Valeant (VRX), a $50 billion pharmaceutical giant that’s backed by hedge ...

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