3 hrs ago
Inmates learn business skills
LEARNING to be a productive individual of society while earning a living is a core focus of the Fiji Corrections Service as it continues to offer reformed prisoners a new start at life.
7 hrs ago
Forest loss fight
This was highlighted during the Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation plus strategy workshop in Suva last week.
11 hrs ago
Fiji marks World Biodiversity Day
Participants tour Colo-i-Suva park to mark World Biodiversity Day and the launch of the Department of Environment's National Environment Celebrations campaign yesterday.
18 hrs ago
Nadi wants new soccer colours
Nadi remains winless in the league and tournaments since the 2002 IDC, which came during Goundar's last term as president.
Tue May 21, 2013
OPS Atlas to open Pacific division in Fiji
Update: 3:45PM INTERNATIONAL technical and consultancy services company, OPS Atlas, will soon open a Pacific division in Fiji to be called OPS Pacific.
Wheels to make life easy
LIFE has become a little easier for 70-year-old Ram Charan after receiving a wheelchair from the Fiji Spinal Injury Association, in partnership with Action for Children and The Aged Trust Fiji under the Vodafone World of Difference Program.
Arrival of the lascars before girmitiya
IT is known for long that most Fijians of Indian descent descend from the immigrants shipped to Fiji from India under the universally condemned indentured labour scheme.
Mon May 20, 2013
Crime fighters plead for public support
Back, left: Miss Namaka Adi Miriama Tukana, Miss Lautoka ORGANISERS of the Duavata Crime Prevention Carnival in Lautoka are pleading with the public and relevant stakeholders to support the community-oriented festival.
Weighing the cost of cheaper sea travel
Passengers ready to board the MV Lady Sandy at Narain Jetty in Suva. Inter-island vessel owners say it might be economically viable to use solar power but it had its own restrictions as well.
Unity vital in fight against stigma
Kinisimere Serukalou holds a candle during the International AIDS candlelight memorial at the Salvation Army headquarters in Suva yesterday.
Sun May 19, 2013
Hawkes Bay Today
The view as you zip along above the rainforest is striking.
I'm going to take you on a journey. You might not come back as exhilarated as I did.
Sat May 18, 2013
District pride motivates Naicker
HE represented his district on the soccer field as a youngster and is proud to be still associated with the team.
Roadshow provides access to government services
Nadroga/Navosa provincial administrator Josevata Suka said having all government departments represented during a roadshow held at Vatumali Government Station also gave an opportunity for villagers to gain easy access to services.
Amelia Lesumai of Nasilai in Rewa displays a saqamoli made out of clay at the Fiji Museum in Suva.
Suva Peace Vigil Dedicated to IDAHOT Today
The Suva Peace Vigil convened by FemLINKPacific at the Holy Trinity Anglican Cathedral in Suva every Thursday is dedicated to the commemoration of the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia in collaboration with The Drodrolagi Movement .
Schools outside Suva have so much potential - Miller
Schools outside Suva have so much potential when it comes to the Coca-Cola Games.
Fri May 17, 2013
Fiji declares its solidarity with PNG women
FIJI SAYS IT HAS HAS JOINED THE FIGHT to stop sorcery-related murder and torture of women and girls in Papua New Guinea.
Thu May 16, 2013
Envoy: Do not forget them
INDIA'S envoy to Fiji Vinod Kumar urged Fiji's younger generation to remember the hard work of Girmitiyas who came to Fiji to work in sugarcane farms.
Inia Sili sets games alight
Inia Sili of Shri Guru Nanak Khalsa College in Labasa, left, beats Paula Buke of Xavier College to the finish line during the senior boys 1500m final at the ANZ Stadium in Suva yesterday.
Senokonoko smashes Triple Jump record
Adi Cakobau School's Miriama Senokonoko has smashed the Senior Girls Triple Jump Coca Cola Games record in the last hour after a jump of 12.03 metres.