Monthly Archives: March 2016

Clean drinking water restored on Malake island

Clean drinking water restored on Malake island

Clean drinking water has been restored on Malake Island since Cyclone Winston devastated the islands water supply system. This is possible after the island’s Water Scheme Committee took the pro-active approach to assist in repairing its water supply system. After ...

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Military intel identifies ‘thickest’ ISIS stronghold in Iraq

Military intel identifies ‘thickest’ ISIS stronghold in Iraq

U.S. military intelligence has identified the corridor between Mosul and Tal Afar as the “thickest, strongest, stronghold” of ISIS in Iraq. “That zone is where the enemy is thickest,” Col. Steve Warren, chief spokesman for the coalition, told reporters Wednesday. ...

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Australian medical team treats 1,768 people

Australian medical team treats 1,768 people

1768 people within the cyclone affected areas of Rakiraki, Ba, Ovalau and Tailevu were treated by the final Australian medical assistance teams or AusMAT. The team returned to Australia earlier this week after providing primary health care to affected communities. ...

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SPTO markets the Pacific in China

SPTO markets the Pacific in China

The South Pacific Tourism Office has teamed up with Chinese travel media experts Travel Link Media to market its activities in China this year. Travel Link Marketing is an integrated marketing company in Beijing that specializes in connecting tourism organisations ...

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Expo to raise Fiji’s profile as Wedding Destination

Expo to raise Fiji’s profile as Wedding Destination

More than 50 products and services specializing in weddings in Fiji will be on offer this weekend at the inaugural Wedding Expo. Organized by Tourism Fiji, the event will be held at the Shangri- La Fijian Resort and Spa and ...

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Rabeni is dearly missed

Rabeni is dearly missed

The rugby world continues to pay tribute to rugby star Seru Rabeni who died suddenly yesterday at the age of 37. At their family home in Nausori today, Rabeni’s family are still coming to terms with his sudden passing. Sitting ...

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Man sentenced to life imprisonment for murder

Man sentenced to life imprisonment for murder

The Lautoka High Court has sentenced a 34-year-old man to life imprisonment for the murder of his de facto wife. Aminio Turagava will be eligible for parole after 15 years. The High Court heard that Turagava had visited the victim ...

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Skipper Cup Competition deferred to April

Skipper Cup Competition deferred to April

The 2016 Skipper Cup Competition has been deferred from the 2nd of April to the 23rd of April. This has been confirmed by the Fiji Rugby Union Chief Executive Officer John O’Connor. O’Connor says the Fiji Rugby Union Board and ...

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Milner-Skudder out for the season

Milner-Skudder out for the season

A setback for the Hurricanes with winger Nehe Milner-Skudder to miss the rest of the Super Rugby season because of injury. The Hurricanes have confirmed that Milner-Skudder needs surgery on the shoulder he dislocated playing against the Blues last weekend. ...

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