Monthly Archives: January 2016

Agriculture aims for 15% GDP contribution

Agriculture aims for 15% GDP contribution

The Ministry of Agriculture aims to increase its contribution to the country’s Gross Domestic Product this year to 15%. Every year, Agriculture contributes around 10 to 12%. Acting Permanent Secretary Uraia Waibuta says the ambitious target is part of Government’s ...

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Man Utd win to ease pressure on Van Gaal

Man Utd win to ease pressure on Van Gaal

Under-pressure Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal enjoyed a rare highlight after weeks of gloom when his side comfortably beat Derby County 3-1 to reach the FA Cup fifth round. Goals from Wayne Rooney, Daley Blind and Juan Mata put ...

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Murray outlasts Raonic to reach final

Murray outlasts Raonic to reach final

Andy Murray beat Canada’s Milos Raonic in a five set thriller in last night’s second men’s semi-final to advance to tomorrow’s title match at Australian Tennis Open. The second seeded Scot went through paroxysms of frustration but seized another opportunity ...

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Trump taps the right’s anger against Fox

Trump taps the right’s anger against Fox

For nearly two decades, Republican presidential candidates have run with Fox News. Now, Donald Trump is betting that he can run against it. Trump’s six-month war with host Megyn Kelly, which turned nuclear when he pledged to skip the Fox ...

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Fiji TV sells Media Niugini

Fiji TV sells Media Niugini

After months of intense negotiations, Fiji Television has finally sold its Papua New Guinea operations, Media Niugini Limited to Telekom PNG Limited. Since last year, Fiji TV’s parent company Fijian Holdings Limited had been on the lookout for potential partners ...

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Forests benefit valued at $973 million

Forests benefit valued at $973 million

The National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan values the benefit of forests to the Country at 973 million dollars. However the biggest threat is logging. 70 percent of trees in the country are cut down for timber for commercial purposes. ...

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Church opens $5 million plaza

Church opens $5 million plaza

A faith based organisation today launched its $5 million plaza. The Harvest Plaza will not only create more employment but provide more services in the Nasinu area. A testament to the determination of those who belong to the Christian Mission ...

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Textbooks available after 4 weeks:PM

Textbooks available after 4 weeks:PM

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama has today told teachers, students and parents of Ratu Filimoni Memorial School in Ba that all textbooks should be in all schools after 4 weeks. Bainimarama today wrapped up the first week of his tour of ...

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