Monthly Archives: November 2015

UNAIDS Executive Deputy Director in Fiji

UNAIDS Executive Deputy Director in Fiji

Ahead of World Aids Day tomorrow UNAIDS Executive Deputy Director Jan Beagle is in the Country to facilitate the observance. Earlier this afternoon Beagle met with the Minister for Health Jone Usamate to discuss the Country’s response to AIDS. “We ...

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New Zealanders urged to look at climate change roots

New Zealanders urged to look at climate change roots

A Wellington-based academic from Vanuatu has urged New Zealanders to look more closely at the roots of climate change. Pala Molisa from the School of Accounting and Commercial Law at Victoria Business School was one of the speakers at a ...

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Why slain Russian pilot deserves to be honored

Why slain Russian pilot deserves to be honored

As a military analyst for CNN, I’ve found the anchors often ask tough questions regarding tactics, battlefield operations, strategy and political maneuvering associated with conflict. But Sunday morning, I was asked: “What is the protocol for the transfer of remains ...

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Fury says he has more to offer

Fury says he has more to offer

Tyson Fury has warned there is more to come from him after he beat Wladimir Klitschko to become the WBA, IBF and WBO heavyweight boxing champion of the world. The 27-year-old stunned Klitschko with a points victory to snatch the ...

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Asco Motors holds National Skills Contest

Asco Motors holds National Skills Contest

Asco Motors over the weekend held its National Skills Contest. The annual competition was a great platform to encourage healthy and competitive competition. The four categories of assessment were based on technical service, service and penal advisory, body and paint ...

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Game mindset – Ravouvou

Game mindset – Ravouvou

The Vodafone Fiji Under 20 rugby side will approach their next match in the Oceania Junior Word trophy against Vanuatu team the same way they did against Papua New Guinea last Friday. It was all about recovery for the side ...

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Pacific leaders to voice concerns on Climate Change in Paris

Pacific leaders to voice concerns on Climate Change in Paris

Ten Pacific leaders will have a chance to tell the world how climate change is already affecting their countries as they speak at the opening of negotiations in Paris tomorrow. The two-week United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Conference ...

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Local industry operators to profile Trade Deals to Tourism Fiji

Local industry operators to profile Trade Deals to Tourism Fiji

Local industry operators who are registered and listed on Tourism Fiji’s consumer website will now have the ability to profile Trade Deals to Tourism Fiji’s Global Matai Specialists. The Matai Specialist Programme is Tourism Fiji’s official training program for its ...

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Fiji FUTSAL side ready for New Zealand tour

Fiji FUTSAL side ready for New Zealand tour

The Fiji FUTSAL side will have three training sessions throughout this week as they step up their preparations for their New Zealand tour. The unavailability of the training facilities is another reason for the change in their training program and ...

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