Monthly Archives: November 2016

Parker camp claims underdog status

Parker camp claims underdog status

Joseph Parker’s camp have claimed the underdog status ahead of his World Boxing Organisation heavyweight title fight against Mexican-American Andy Ruiz in Auckland. The pair will fight for the WBO belt at Vector Arena in less than a fortnight, on ...

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Serevi to coach J9 Legends 7s team

Serevi to coach J9 Legends 7s team

Fiji rugby 7s icon, Waisale Serevi has been appointed as the new coach for the J9 Legends 7s team that will defend its title at the International Veterans tournament in Dubai this weekend. Serevi was the play-maker in the team ...

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Troubled NRL star Radradra signs for Toulon

Troubled NRL star Radradra signs for Toulon

Troubled National Rugby League star Semi Radradra has signed a one-year contract with Toulon in the French Top 14 rugby competition.The barnstorming Parramatta winger, who yesterday found himself the subject of an arrest warrant after his non-appearance in court on ...

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Cawanibuka to name side on Wednesday

Cawanibuka to name side on Wednesday

Vodafone Fiji 7s Interim Coach Nacanieli Cawanibuka is expected to name his final 12 member side for the Dubai 7s on Wednesday. Cawanibuka took 14 players for the first leg of the world series but only 12 will play this ...

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BAF reiterates restriction on cattle movement

BAF reiterates restriction on cattle movement

The Biosecurity Authority of Fiji is reiterating to farmers the need to restrict movement of cattle and calves throughout the country. BAF says this is one of the most effective ways to limit the spread of Bovine Tuberculosis from infected ...

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New Magistrate sworn in

New Magistrate sworn in

A new resident Magistrate was sworn in today at the state house. Ratu Jeremaia Lewaravu joins the bench. Lewaravu began his legal profession after completing his Bachelor of Law degree and subsequent Post Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from the ...

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Kuridrani can create history

Kuridrani can create history

The grand slam is gone for the Wallabies but the Tevita Kuridrani slam lives on. While hopes of ending a 32-year grand slam drought were crushed with a defeat to Ireland, Kuridrani kept alive his chances of emulating the try-scoring ...

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Pacific athletes’ mental health focus of study

Pacific athletes’ mental health focus of study

New research is looking at the mental health and well-being of Pacific male elite athletes. Caleb Marsters has received a three-year scholarship from the Health Research Council of New Zealand to look into some of the issues affecting the mental ...

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