Monthly Archives: May 2017

Harvester arrives in time for crushing season

Harvester arrives in time for crushing season

The first ever mechanical sugar cane harvester has arrived in Rakiraki, ahead of this year’s sugar cane crushing season. Purchased from India, the harvester is expected to minimize costs for farmers, when it comes to hiring laborer’s to cut cane. ...

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NZ Foreign Minister to meet Bainimarama

NZ Foreign Minister to meet Bainimarama

New Zealand’s Foreign Minister – Gerry Brownlee, arrives in Fiji today to meet with Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama. In a press statement issued earlier today, Brownlee says he last visited Fiji in December 2014 as Defence Minister, and was looking ...

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Former Chief Administration Officer given suspended sentence

Former Chief Administration Officer given suspended sentence

A former Chief Administration Officer at the Ministry of Finance who was found guilty of two counts of corruption related offences, has been handed down a suspended sentence. Meli Bitu, was charged by the Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption (FICAC) ...

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Opposition raises concerns on Fiji Police recruitment

Opposition raises concerns on Fiji Police recruitment

The Opposition Office has today raised concerns on the current Fiji Police Force recruitment drive. The Shadow Minister for Infrastructure and Transport Aseri Radrodro has labelled the recruitment drive as illogical and discriminatory. His concerns has risen out of the ...

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New Zealand Government hands over repatriated tabuas

New Zealand Government hands over repatriated tabuas

A collection of Tabua or whales tooth which were confiscated by the New Zealand border agency over the years have been returned to Fiji. Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama officiated at the handing over of repatriated tabuas from the New Zealand ...

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How the Maroons will contain Blues centre Jarryd Hayne

How the Maroons will contain Blues centre Jarryd Hayne

MAROONS centre Justin O’Neill has enlisted the help of Test ace Will Chambers in a bid to ground NSW’s biggest loser – Jarryd Hayne. Hayne will make his first appearance for the Blues since 2014 at Suncorp Stadium on Wednesday ...

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Djokovic and Nadal win first up at Roland Garros

Djokovic and Nadal win first up at Roland Garros

Defending champion Novak Djokovic made a winning French Open start under new coach Andre Agassi, cruising past Spain’s Marcel Granollers 6-3 6-4 6-2 in the first round. Fourth seed Rafael Nadal beat Frenchman Benoit Paire first up. Djokovic, the 12-times ...

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Woods says alcohol not involved in DUI arrest

Woods says alcohol not involved in DUI arrest

The former World Golf number one Tiger Woods says alcohol wasn’t involved in his arrest for driving under the influence (DUI). American Woods, who is second on the all-time list with 14 major titles, was arrested in South Florida at ...

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Record number of Fijians could make Wallabies squad

Record number of Fijians could make Wallabies squad

A record number of Fijians is expected to be named in the Wallabies squad for their upcoming June Test Series. The announcement of the Wallabies team tonight, could see a total of SEVEN Fiji-born players in the squad. With ttheir ...

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Australia Pakistan match abondoned due to rain

Australia Pakistan match abondoned due to rain

Rain played a ‘spoiledsport’ role – as the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 warm-up game between Australia and Pakistan, was abandoned with only 10.2 overs bowled. Opting to bat, Australia were cruising at 57 for one wicket, when the skies opened ...

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