Monthly Archives: November 2015

40 more artisans receive Fiji Made licenses

40 more artisans receive Fiji Made licenses

40 artisans were awarded licenses yesterday to be part of the Fiji Made brand. The 2015 Western Craft Fair in Nadi also saw the renewal of 78 licenses. Minister for Industry, Trade and Tourism Faiyaz Koya was the chief guest. ...

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Former citizen invested with Order

Former citizen invested with Order

A former Fiji citizen was invested as a Companion of the Order of Saint Michael and Saint George. Mark Thomson received the award from her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II earlier this week for services to global torture prevention. According to ...

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Nadroga/Navosa and Suva Blues reign at FMF Chow Games

Nadroga/Navosa and Suva Blues reign at FMF Chow Games

Nadroga/Navosa are the new Girls Champions while Suva Blues were crowned champions for the Boys Division in the 2015 FMF Chow Games that ended at the ANZ stadium. The girls from Nadroga/Navosa bagged home 13 gold medals, 12 silver and ...

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Fiji signs Paris condolences book

Fiji signs Paris condolences book

Fiji’s Ambassador to Belgium and France and Permanent Representative to the European Union, Ambassador Deo Saran was among hundreds of dignitaries who gathered to sign the condolence book for the Paris terrorists attack. Seen here Ambassador Saran signing the condolence ...

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Certain school libraries are below standard

Certain school libraries are below standard

The state of certain school libraries fall below the required standard. This was revealed by the Permanent Secretary for Education in a statement following a visit to school libraries. School bodies are being reminded not to shift Free Education Grants ...

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PM: Government will not give up on the sugar industry

PM: Government will not give up on the sugar industry

Government will not give up on the sugar industry. Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama made the comments while speaking at the 48th Session of the International Sugar Organization Council in London. Bainimarama said the sugar cane industry is Fiji’s second biggest ...

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Sakoca hold crime awareness day

Sakoca hold crime awareness day

The Fiji Police Force today launched its crime awareness day. Led by Assistant Commissioner of Police, Rusiate Tudravu – Police held an awareness outreach for residents of Sakoca near Tacirua Heights. The awareness campaign was a chance for Police to ...

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Ministry warns against child labour exploitations

Ministry warns against child labour exploitations

The Ministry of Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation has started a child profiling system. This is after the Ministry identified eight underage children selling food items on the streets here in the capital. Part of the Tackling Child Labour through ...

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FNU to utilize budgetary allocation wisely

FNU to utilize budgetary allocation wisely

The Fiji National University has major plans for expansion for next year. This comes after an increase in its allocation from the Ministry of Education. FNU Chancellor, Ikbal Jannif says proper planning on using the allocation is ideal. Something FNU ...

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