Monthly Archives: January 2016

ISIS may have saved the A-10

ISIS may have saved the A-10

ISIS seems determined to destroy much of what’s in its path as it tries to conquer more territory in Iraq, Syria and elsewhere, but it may have inadvertently saved a fleet of U.S. Air Force jets. Gen. David Goldfein, the ...

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Survey reveals poverty has declined

Survey reveals poverty has declined

The first results of the 2013 – 2014 Household Income and Expenditure Survey reveals that the overall incidence of poverty in Fiji is in a state of steady decline. The Incidence of Poverty decreased from 35 percent in 2002 and ...

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Another death on our roads

Another death on our roads

Deaths on our roads continue to increase. The latest involves a 33-year-old man. Salamisa Vetawa died on his way to the Lautoka Hospital after the vehicle he was driving hit an electric post. The accident occurred around midday in Sabeto, ...

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TELS clarify delay in approval letters

TELS clarify delay in approval letters

20 students are still waiting for approval letters from TELS to begin their studies at the Pacific Flying School. These students are among the first in the Country to be awarded with flying scholarships. TELS CEO Bijai Kumar said the ...

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New TELS CEO appointed

New TELS CEO appointed

Bijai Kumar has been appointed CEO of the Tertiary Education Loans Scheme. Kumar previously worked with the Fiji Trade and Investment Board, the Ministry of Primary Industries and was also the former General Manager of Dominion Insurance Limited. He will ...

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Fiji 7s team named for Wellington and Sydney 7s

Fiji 7s team named for Wellington and Sydney 7s

The Vodafone Fiji 7s coach Ben Ryan has named a strong 14-member team for the Wellington and Sydney leg of the World 7s Series tournaments. Ryan has made two changes to the squad which played in Dubai and Cape Town ...

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