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Stilettos and Spikes

For a short season, I have decided to trade in my racing spikes for stiletto heels and dive into the world of modeling. And so far I have been left with one solid impression. Modeling and athletics are not that different. Both require immense amounts of discipline, time and effort, and neither are easy on your knees! Yesterday was the ... Read More »

Gospel Quest Launches its New Breed of Local Talents

Four contenders from Western Division have arrived into the capital city with the hope of scooping the number one spot as Gospel Quest 2013 launched its fourth season at World Harvest Centre on Friday on the evening of September 27. It started as an idea but has blossomed into a much-anticipated annual event. Since its inception four years ago, Gospel ... Read More »


This is with reference to the wrong attribution of photos in the article “The Blazing Past of Church at Naililili” on page 46 of our August issue. The photos were inadvertently and wrongly credited to Fiji Museum when they, in fact, belonged to the French Embassy and Ms Catherine Foi. We accept this mistake and apologise to all the concerned ... Read More »

Queen of Netherlands meets with Fiji’s PM

Her Majesty Queen Maxima of the Netherlands met with Prime Minister Josaia Bainimarama on September 25 to discuss about her work on Inclusive Financing for Development for the UN. The Prime Minister welcomed Her Majesty to the G77 office at the UN and expressed his appreciation for the opportunity to meet with her, and discuss the important work she had ... Read More »

Fiji Foreign Affairs Minister holds bilateral meeting with Australia & NZ

  Fiji’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Ratu Inoke Kubuabola held key bilateral meetings with his Australia and New Zealand counterparts in New York today. The foreign minister is in New York participating at the United Nations’ General Assembly’s 68th session and participating at side meetings. Today the Fijian foreign minister met with his counterparts from New Zealand, the ... Read More »

How to Manage Your Business Travel Expenses

Many people have been asking themselves this important question without getting that satisfactory answer. The following are some of the best tips on how you can manage your business travel expenses. By ANDREA JAYSON Make a plan prior to travelling Most people often travel without making a plan on how they are going to spend money during the business travel. ... Read More »

Chicken Express at Damodar City Complex

MORE jobs will be created for the people of Suva after Chicken Express officially signed an agreement as a key tenant at the Damodar City Centre. “We have created eight jobs at the moment for our new outlet,” company CEO, Aswin Sharma said. He said all up they were looking at 10 jobs that would run in two different shifts. Sharma ... Read More »

Two Fijians among GPS rugby champions in Australia

One of the best elite schoolboy rugby in Australia, namely the Greater Public Schools rugby competition or GPS rugby, featured two Fijian students in this year’s winning premiership rugby team. The Scots College in Bellevue Hill, Sydney, won the premiership after 23 years. The students Isileli Fa playing prop and Sam Tabuatamata playing on the wing were part of the ... Read More »

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