Monthly Archives: July 2016

Hurricanes magic too strong for Chiefs

Hurricanes magic too strong for Chiefs

Baeuden Barrett makes a break. Photo: PHOTOSPORT Some Beauden Barrett wizardry has cast the Hurricanes into the Super Rugby grand final following their 25-9 demolition of the Chiefs in Wellington. Hurricanes first five Barrett was at his mercurial best as ...

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Suva and Nadroga to meet in Skipper Cup final

Suva and Nadroga to meet in Skipper Cup final

Suva was the first team to book their spot in the finals of the Skipper Cup competition after defeating Namosi 35-18 in the first semi-final. The boots of Emosi Mulevoro slotted in the first points from a drop goal for ...

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Defending Coke Zero Deans champion through to semis

Defending Coke Zero Deans champion through to semis

Defending Coke Zero Deans champions, Ratu Kadavulevu School are through to the semifinals after they beat Ratu Navula College by 27-3. But it was Ratu Navula that took an early lead from a penalty before RKS replied with a penalty ...

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Fiji Foreign Reserves Around 2 Billion Dollars

Fiji Foreign Reserves Around 2 Billion Dollars

Fiji’s foreign reserves are currently hovering around 2 billion dollars as of this month. Reserve Bank of Fiji said this is enough to cover 5 and a half months retained import of goods and non factor services. RBF says the ...

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National Transport Database Launched

National Transport Database Launched

The government has launched a National Transport Planning Database and Land and Maritime Transport Policies that will assist in making sound policy advice and enhance development in the transport sector. Transport Minister Praveen Bala said the stakeholders can now access ...

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Vasuturaga’s judgment to be delivered on Monday

Vasuturaga’s judgment to be delivered on Monday

A 41 year old man from Kadavu’s judgement will take place in the Suva High Court on Monday. High Court Judge Justice, Salesi Temo will deliver the judgment in relation to case of 41-year-old Sitiveni Qio Vasuturaga who is alleged ...

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Government urges students to support Fijian made products

Government urges students to support Fijian made products

Government is urging students to support the Fijian made products and businesses. Minister for Economy and Attorney General, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum made this comment while speaking at the 2016 Fijian Made Competition and Kula Awards last night. ” As we know ...

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Fire at Aussie’s Olympic Village building

Fire at Aussie’s Olympic Village building

Australia’s Olympic team were forced to briefly evacuate their building at the Olympic Village in Rio de Janeiro because of a fire in the basement on Friday, one week before the Games open. All athletes were safely evacuated and are ...

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Vodafone Hibiscus prep going well

Vodafone Hibiscus prep going well

Preparations for the 2016 Vodafone Hibiscus Festival has been going well. With a few days away before the mother of all festivals gets underway, organisers and stakeholders are ready to deliver and showcase what they have been planning. Its also ...

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President sworn in as Chief Scout

President sworn in as Chief Scout

President Major-General (Ret’d) Jioji Konousi Konrote has urged young Fijians to join the Scouts Movement in their schools and communities. Konrote highlighted this today after he was sworn in as the Chief Scout in an investiture ceremony at the State ...

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