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FFW Designer Profile

FASHION FLAUNT – ROSHIKA CHAND The 2016 Fiji Fashion week is almost here. We profile some of the designers that will be part of the event. Why did you become a fashion designer? To live life fully, you have to love what you do! I adore styles, beauty, glamour, fashion and clothes. My dream, drive and ambition, is to love what ... Read More »

New medical equipment to boost Neurosurgery Unit operations

Australian High Commissioner, Margaret Twomey, handed over new medical equipment to the Colonial War Memorial Hospital’s Neurosurgery Unit in Suva today. The medical equipment, consisting of an Aesculap electric neurosurgery bone drill, is a vital part of the neurosurgery equipment that allows access to the brain and spine.   The medical equipment was funded by Australia’s Direct Aid Program (DAP) ... Read More »

USP’s Pasifika Voices headhunted by Hollywood Disney Moana Movie

The University of the South Pacific’s (USP) Pasifika Voices based at the Oceania Centre for Arts, Culture and Pacific Studies (OCACPS) have secured the official contract of providing a choir for the soundtrack of the much anticipated Hollywood Disney Animation, physician  Moana. Moana is an upcoming 2016 American 3D computer-animated musical fantasy film produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios, the 56th film in Disney's ... Read More »

Fiji Fashion Week

The Fiji Fashion week is shaping up to become a bigger and better one. This annual event will be held September 5-10. Fiji Fashion managing director Ellen Whippy Knight says eight international designers will be part of the event. 32 senior designers will be part of the main event, a further 35 student designers and also children designers will also ... Read More »

Men’s sevens preview

Source: World Rugby For the past three days, 12 women’s teams have been battling it out for the first ever rugby sevens medals at an Olympic Games. After a 92-year hiatus rugby is back at the Games and on Tuesday it will be the turn of the men to help continue to show the International Olympic Committee why rugby sevens is a fantastic ... Read More »

THE ICT OUTSOURCING INDUSTRY’S BEST KEPT SECRET

The ICT sector has been identified as a potential growth sector for Fiji, noting the availability of world-class ICT infrastructure. It has been the Fijian Government’s foresight to invest in the ICT infrastructure and capitalise on Fiji’s hub status. Consequently, this increases Fiji’s potential to attract investments in ICT-based industries, including call centres and Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) operations. The Minister for Industry, Trade and ... Read More »

LAU STUDENTS VISIT PARLIAMENT

Fifty-two students from Ratu Finau Secondary School in Lakeba, Lau were happy to visit Parliament this morning as part of their educational tour in the capital city. This was the first time for most of them together with their teachers to set foot inside Parliament. Assistant Principal Mr Roneel Prasad said the visit was very encouraging and motivational for their students. “Our students ... Read More »

USP to participate in International Robot Contest

A team of Engineers from The University of the South Pacific’s (USP) Faculty of Science,  Technology & Environment will participate in the Asia-Pacific Robot Contest 2016 in Bangkok, Thailand on 21 August 2016 with the theme “Clean Energy Recharging the World.” The Robot Contest, which is known as “Game of ABU Robocon 2016” is an international showdown of ideas in order to create the awareness of ... Read More »

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