Monthly Archives: January 2016

Dolphins Swimming Club returns with 54 medals

Dolphins Swimming Club returns with 54 medals

  The Dolphin Swim Club returned from the 2016 Anthony Mosse Classic in Auckland, New Zealand with a total of 54-medals. The total included 18 Gold, 24 Silver and 12 Bronze, a successful outing by any means but more importantly ...

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Dazzling Djokovic dances into final

Dazzling Djokovic dances into final

Novak Djokovic hit some spectacular shots and held off a Roger Federer fightback as he reached the final of the Australian Open for the fifth time in six years with a 6-1 6-2 3-6 6-3 victory. For the first two ...

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WHO team up with Health to monitor Zika Virus

WHO team up with Health to monitor Zika Virus

With the threat of the Zika Virus described by international media as “spreading explosively”, the Ministry of Health is working closely with the World Health Organisation. Surveillance processes in hospitals have begun to help identify likely cases. Dr Mike Kama National ...

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Barbie’s new body: curvy, tall and petite

Barbie’s new body: curvy, tall and petite

Girls and women don’t come in one shape, and now, finally, Barbie won’t either. Now, in addition to the original Barbie — impossibly slender and often parodied — the doll will come in tall, petite and curvy varieties. Mattel announced ...

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Anne Frank’s stepsister compares Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler

Anne Frank’s stepsister compares Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler

In an essay to mark International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Anne Frank’s stepsister accused Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump of “acting like another Hitler.” Eva Schloss, now 86, was a friend of Frank’s in Amsterdam after their families fled Nazi Germany ...

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Bikram yoga founder ordered to pay $7.4 million

Bikram yoga founder ordered to pay $7.4 million

Yoga guru Bikram Choudhury has been ordered to pay a former employee about $7.4 million in punitive and compensatory damages, prosecutors have announced. In her retaliation and wrongful termination lawsuit, Minakshi “Miki” Jafa-Bodden claimed she was fired for refusing to ...

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PM explains stoppage in qoliqoli goodwill payment

PM explains stoppage in qoliqoli goodwill payment

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama has clarified government’s position to stop goodwill payments to qoliqoli owners. Bainimarama says the decision was made after consulting with the line ministry. “The Ministry of Fisheries and Forest has received well-documented reports that some individuals ...

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PM commissions $600k projects in Ba

PM commissions $600k projects in Ba

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama commissioned four government projects to a tune of more than $600,000 in Bukuya and Nasivikoso villages in the interior of Ba today. This was part of the Prime Minister’s week long tour of the Western division. ...

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