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Consumer Council commends local suppliers

Two local suppliers of chicken have been commended by the Consumer Council of Fiji for ensuring adequate supply of chicken in the market this festive season. Crest Chicken Limited and Rooster Limited have been singled out by the council for their hard work and regularity in supplying chicken to supermarkets throughout Fiji. Chicken is the most popular choice on consumers’ ... Read More »

Let athletics win

In October this year, I was looking forward to my 10 year old son’s first ever FMF Chow Games – the Fiji primary schools athletic meet.  Of course, to qualify for it¸ students had to get 1st or 2nd place in their respective zones (at least that was my understanding).  However, I was surprised when Michael came home with a ... Read More »

Daku Resort: Your retreat from the modern world

A few months back someone asked me if I’ve been to Daku Resort in Savusavu. I shook my head and responded with a question back at him, “Is there really a resort that goes by that name in Savusavu? “. The recommendation that I got from him afterward triggered a prevailing curiosity inside of me to look up the resort ... Read More »

Protected: Mai Life October 2013 Issue

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Refund fees for 2014

The Consumer Council of Fiji is urging the Ministry of Education to come down hard on schools which refuse to refund payments to parents who have paid school fees for their children for the coming year, 2014. The call comes in light of the government’s 2014 budget announcement in which all main stream education will be catered for by the ... Read More »

Vodafone renewal of FNRL sponsorship

Vodafone Fiji today announced its new sponsorship of $4million to the Fiji National Rugby League. Speaking at today’s press conference, Vodafone CEO, case Aslam Khan congratulated the FNRL for its consistency and hard work. “Vodafone is happy with the way FNRL has performed over the years. Their excellent work has resulted in the boys’ performance at the League World Cup, ... Read More »

Citizens get a second chance

A medical team from New Zealand, led by former Fiji citizen, Dr Parma Nand arrived in the country on Wednesday to perform cardio surgical treatment for the needy and less fortunate citizens. The team comprises of cardiothoracic surgeons, cardiologists, anaesthetists, intensivits, technicians, specialist theatre nurses, intensive care and ward nurses and pysiotherapists. Some are former Fiji citizens while others are ... Read More »

SPTO to promote South Pacific tourism

Marketing the Pacific islands collectively is a more effective way of promoting the brand ‘South Pacific’. This is the comment made by the South Pacific Tourism Organisation’s Chief Executive Officer, Ilisoni Vuidreketi at a press conference on marketing activities for the region. “If you go to the UK, US or South America and ask them if they know of Tonga, ... Read More »

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