Monthly Archives: October 2016

29 year old charged for fatal accident

29 year old charged for fatal accident

A 29 year old man who is alleged to have caused the death of a woman and her daughter over the weekend in Nanuku has been charged. The accused has been charged with two counts of dangerous driving occasioning death ...

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Health status of officers under the spotlight

Health status of officers under the spotlight

Concerns have been raised on the health status of police officers. The Commissioner of Police had recently revealed this saying that plans are in place to focus on the health of his officers. The Commissioner of Police Brigadier General Sitiveni ...

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Diwali significant to families

Diwali significant to families

Its a festival every Fijian looks forward to each year One of the major festivals of Hinduism, Diwali spiritually signifies the victory of light over darkness, good over evil, knowledge over ignorance, and hope over despair. Diwali – the Hindu ...

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New study says management of training load key to injury prevention

New study says management of training load key to injury prevention

A wide-ranging World Rugby study says player load needs a personalized approach to minimize risks. A World Rugby-commissioned study examining the management of game and training load by elite players has provided recommendations that will further inform player management and ...

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Rio anti-doping a success or failure?

Rio anti-doping a success or failure?

The Rio Olympics anti-doping programme was successful despite a lack of trained staff and resources, the International Olympic Committee said following a World Anti Doping Agency report noting “serious failings” in the process. Doping was at top of the agenda ...

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All Blacks’ gap can be closed- Eddie Jones

All Blacks’ gap can be closed- Eddie Jones

England coach Eddie Jones says he would play the All Blacks “tomorrow” and wishes his side did not have to wait until 2018 to test themselves against the world champions. The much-travelled Australian believed the Wallabies’ performance in the last ...

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South Africa seek revenge in Niue league clash

South Africa seek revenge in Niue league clash

The Niue rugby league are bracing for an opponent intent on revenge during their two-match tour of South Africa. The Rock ran our resounding 48-4 winners when the teams met in Sydney last year and were subsequently invited to the ...

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Fiji fall short in world volleyball qualifier

Fiji fall short in world volleyball qualifier

The Fiji Men’s side failed to qualify for the world volleyball phase two qualification after losing to New Zealand in the phase one final at the Vodafone arena last night. Fiji played well in the first two sets as they ...

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3 days camp in France for Flying Fijians

3 days camp in France for Flying Fijians

The local based Vodafone Flying Fijians players will join the rest of the team for a three days camp in France tomorrow. For coach John McKee it will be an exciting journey for the five local players. It’s also the ...

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