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Students learn Korean culture

Ninety students from Suva and the Western division participated at the Korean Culture Week program at the Fiji Museum today to have a better understanding and appreciation of the Korean culture. The Minister for Education, medications Heritage and Arts, Hon. Dr Mahendra Reddy while opening the fourth Korean Culture and Language Programme said students will get the opportunity to experience ... Read More »

New Puisne Judge Sworn-in

HIS Excellency the President Major-General (Ret’d) Jioji Konousi Konrote today welcomed another member to the Fijian Judiciary. Puisne Judge to the High Court Sunil Sharma was sworn in at State House by President Konrote in the presence of senior members of the judiciary, including Chief Justice, cialis Judge Anthony Gates, Director of Public Prosecutions Christopher Pryde and chief registrar, Yohan ... Read More »

NGO donates to PM’s Relief and Rehabilitation Fund

Government today received a donation of $1000 for the Prime Minister’s National Disaster Relief and Rehabilitation Fund. The permanent secretary for the Prime Minister’s Office, Mr Yogesh Karan on behalf of the Prime Minister received the donation from a local non-profit organization – Software Foundation Fiji. Software Foundation Fiji member, Mr Kush Singh said their organization is made of young ... Read More »

Another Promising Fijian Tourism Expo on Track

With less than a week to go before the start of Fiji’s largest tourism industry event, participants attending the third Fijian Tourism Expo (FTE) can anticipate another exciting three-day tourism showcase on Denarau from Tuesday next week. Buyers from 19 countries, including Fiji, have confirmed their participation for FTE 2016, with 112 Fijian exhibitors to put on show their range ... Read More »

Milestone Partnership Between LTA Fiji and LTA Singapore

The Land Transport Authority has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Land Transport Authority of Singapore to collaborate in the exchange and sharing of information in the field of transportation and other subjects of common interest between the parties. The signing of the MOU marks an important milestone by LTA Fiji and LTA Singapore to establish a cooperative framework ... Read More »

Samoa is safe

Samoa’s tourism destination is safe for all travelers. That’s the word from the Samoa Tourism Authority in Apia, following widespread media coverage about natural disasters hitting Pacific destinations. “Our sympathies go out to the families and victims of the two super cyclones that hit Vanuatu last year and Fiji this year.  At the same time we would like to clarify ... Read More »

ANZAC Day – A time of reflection for fallen heroes

Australians and New Zealanders who served in war, and on operational service, were remembered today, Monday 25 April, at the ANZAC Day Dawn Service held at the Suva Military Cemetery grounds. ANZAC Day marks the anniversary of the first major military action fought by Australian and New Zealand forces over a century ago, during the First World War. These servicemen ... Read More »

Jack’s of Fiji – Marist Sevens Merchandise Launch

By April Micallef The Marist Sevens, “The World’s Biggest Sevens Carnival” is back again on the 22nd to the 23rd of April at the ANZ Stadium for its 40th year running. The launch for the biggest two-day sevens event, in the South Pacific, was held today at Saffron Tandoori Restaurant at Damodar City with main speakers Dilpesh Kumar head of ... Read More »

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