Monthly Archives: April 2016

More than 10,000 drivers booked in the past 4 months

More than 10,000 drivers booked in the past 4 months

More than 10 thousand drivers were booked for speeding in the last 4 months. This was the highest traffic infringement recorded by the Fiji Police Force. In total 10 thousand 8 hundred and 52 drivers were booked for speeding between ...

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Harvard mumps outbreak grows; dozens infected

Harvard mumps outbreak grows; dozens infected

Please stop infecting each other. That’s the message Harvard University has for students after a mumps outbreak left 40 people sick over the past two months. The university first announced mumps cases in February, and infections have steadily increased despite ...

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Baby Manu storm into Under 20 trophy final

Baby Manu storm into Under 20 trophy final

Samoa thrashed Uruguay 56-22 overnight to advance to the World Rugby Under 20 Trophy final against Spain. The Baby Manu led 24-8 at half-time and ran in seven converted tries in all to finish atop Pool A with three straight ...

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Susan Boyle ‘fine’ after Heathrow Airport incident

Susan Boyle ‘fine’ after Heathrow Airport incident

Singing sensation Susan Boyle is reportedly home and “fine” after an incident involving police at London’s Heathrow Airport. Boyle’s spokeswoman, Nicola Phillips, released a statement to British media saying the singer was at home in Scotland Tuesday and was well ...

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Hillsborough disaster: A loss beyond language

Hillsborough disaster: A loss beyond language

Grief isn’t something you can ever truly prepare for, certainly not ahead of an unexpected disaster. In the wake of a tragedy, as one heartbeat is silenced in an instant, the lives of many others are drastically changed. Forever. The ...

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Rugby league’s eligibility rules labelled too “complex

Rugby league’s eligibility rules labelled too “complex

Fiji says rugby league’s eligibility laws are so complex that a number of players and countries don’t fully understand them. Fiji NRL Chief Executive Officer Timoci Naleba said they are disappointed Australia has selected former Bati flyer Semi Radradra for ...

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Pentagon adopts Israeli tactic in bombing ISIS

Pentagon adopts Israeli tactic in bombing ISIS

The U.S. has adopted a unique Israeli battlefield tactic in its fight against ISIS: exploding a missile above a building to warn civilians inside that it’s about to be bombed. Israeli forces have widely used the so-called knock-on-the-roof operations in ...

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