Monthly Archives: November 2016

Man gets life imprisonment sentenced

Man gets life imprisonment sentenced

A 29 year old man who was found guilty of attempted rape and murder of a woman has been sentenced to life imprisonment. The man who claimed he could cure women of certain problems will serve his term before pardon ...

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Waqabaca, Ravula, Wesley and Arts in Court

Waqabaca, Ravula, Wesley and Arts in Court

4 people who are charged with inciting communal antagonism appeared at the Suva High Court this morning. Josaia Waqabaca, Anare Ravula, Fred Wesley, Hank Arts and the Fiji Times Ltd all appeared today before Judge Justice Vincent Parera. The first ...

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20 seasonal workers off to New Zealand

20 seasonal workers off to New Zealand

Twenty seasonal workers selected from the Ra, Ba and Tailevu provinces are bound for New Zealand. They have been selected under the Recognised Seasonal Employer Scheme. Employment Minister Jone Usamate encouraged the 20 workers to work with the right attitude ...

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Govt tender helps company improve performance

Govt tender helps company improve performance

Asco Motors has made a net profit of $6.7 million dollars for the first half year ended 30th September. Toyota Tsusho trading as Asco Motors in Fiji, Samoa, Amercian Samoa and Tonga says this is an increase of 72 point ...

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New Biomass plant almost complete

New Biomass plant almost complete

A joint venture between Tropic Woods and a South Korean biomass company which is developing a biomass plant in Fiji is almost complete. The Navutu plant in Sigatoka will output 12 mega-watts, of electricity which will be sold to the ...

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Dairy farmers demand an increase in price

Dairy farmers demand an increase in price

Local dairy farmers are pleading with government to increase the price of milk per liter as running commercial farms become increasingly difficult. Fiji Cooperative Dairy Company Limited Chief Executive Sachid Nand says the price is mainly determined by the monopoly ...

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IOC tells Tokyo to rein in Games spending

IOC tells Tokyo to rein in Games spending

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has urged Tokyo to keep costs for the 2020 Summer Games below $US20 billion as the hosts continue to grapple with ballooning expenses. Tokyo governor Yuriko Koike ordered a review of the budget that recommended ...

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Parker says he will prove Barry wrong

Parker says he will prove Barry wrong

The New Zealand heavyweight boxer Joseph Parker has taken issue with his trainer Kevin Barry ahead of his upcoming WBO world title fight in Auckland.Barry rates Parker’s oppponent American Andy Ruiz as the favourite for the December 10th fight and ...

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Flying Fijians remain 10th

Flying Fijians remain 10th

The Vodafone Flying Fijians remain in 10th position on the latest world rankings released today. But after a successful Northern tour, Tonga has moved up a spot to 14th while Samoa moves down a spot from 14th to 15th. Wales ...

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