Monthly Archives: June 2017

Cokanauto to be sentenced today

Cokanauto to be sentenced today

          Suva High Court Judge Justice Salesi Temo will today sentence the leader of the “Jezreel Lion of Judah” church – Jone Cokanauto after has was convicted yesterday. Justice Temo had found Cokanauto Jone Cokanauto guilty ...

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Flying Fijians remain 10th in latest rankings

Flying Fijians remain 10th in latest rankings

Fiji warmed up for their World Rugby Pacific Nations Cup title defence with a superb 27-22 win over a Scotland side that had celebrated victory over Australia the week before. In a performance that bore all the hallmarks of Fiji’s ...

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Family alleges Samoa Rugby mistreatment

Family alleges Samoa Rugby mistreatment

The family of an aspiring young rugby player has written an open letter to Samoa’s prime minister, alleging severe mistreatment at the hands of the rugby union. Ethan Lolesio’s family wrote to Prime Minister Tuila’epa Sa’ilele Malielegaoi in his capacity ...

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Cheika believes Wallabies can beat All Blacks

Cheika believes Wallabies can beat All Blacks

Australia need to believe they can beat New Zealand and Wallabies head coach Michael Cheika says that starts with him.The Wallabies’ June Series finished with a 40-27 win over Italy and with eight weeks left until the opening Bledisloe Cup ...

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Gatland says All Blacks targeting Lions halfback

Gatland says All Blacks targeting Lions halfback

Lions coach Warren Gatland has again raised the issue of off the ball play by the All Blacks. Gatland said he’s concerned his halfback Connor Murray was unfairly targeted during the Auckland test. Ahead of the first test, Gatland asked ...

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New Zealand lift women’s series trophy in Clermont

New Zealand lift women’s series trophy in Clermont

New Zealand are the 2016-17 HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series champions. The Black Ferns Sevens also claimed the HSBC Clermont-Ferrand Sevens trophy after beating rivals Australia 22-7 on Sunday evening. Earlier in the day, the Kiwis beat hosts France ...

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Fiji says no to hosting 2019 Pacific Games

Fiji says no to hosting 2019 Pacific Games

Fiji has ruled itself out of the running to replace Tonga as host of the 2019 Pacific Games. Tonga were awarded hosting rights in 2012 but last month the Prime Minister, ‘Akilisi Pohiva, pulled the government’s support, initially citing financial ...

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FNU partners with Timorese health ministry

FNU partners with Timorese health ministry

A Fiji National University has today signed a historical memorandum of understanding with the Health Ministry of Timor Leste. The partnership will enable medical practitioners of Timor Leste further their studies with our local university. The agreement is a milestone ...

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