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Fundraising drive for U20 team

The Fiji Football Association has designated a special lottery fundraising drive to supplement funds for the Vodafone Fijian Under-20 team participating in the FIFA U-20 World Cup. The first for the U20 team fundraising drive, each ticket costs $100 and is expected to raise about $30, 000 to cater for the squad as they participate in next month’s tournament in ... Read More »

National Flag Committee begins selection process

The National Flag Committee met today to begin the process of going over the more than 1, 400 entries submitted during the competition which ended 1 May. The Chair of the Committee, erectile Assistant Minister for Youth and Sports and Para-Olympic Champion, Honourable IliesaDelana said: “I’m very excited to meet with the other members as we begin the search for the final design and am confident that we will ... Read More »

National Flag Committee announced

Creative director of Mai Life Style Magazine, Ilaitia Jikoiono, drugs is one of 13 members appointed by Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama to the National Flag Committee. Jikoiono joined Cover Story Ltd last year as a photographer and lay-out designer for Cover Story’s newest magazine, Mai Life Style. Also appointed to the committee are Fiji Airways senior manager Shaenaz Voss; radio ... Read More »

Toddler latest road fatality

A child who was a victim of a road accident last week died yesterday afternoon. The 2 year old victim was a passenger in a vehicle driven by a 56 year old of Draubuta village that was involved in an accident with a bus. It is alleged the driver of the bus while trying to overtake another bus parked on ... Read More »

ANZ forecasts 4% GDP growth in Fiji

Healthy domestic demand, robust investment activity and increased levels of private lending should drive strong economic growth in Fiji during 2015 if structural reforms, including infrastructure spending and privatisation, continue to be implemented by the government, according to ANZ. The bank forecasts 4% GDP growth for the remainder of the year and that Fiji’s economy will be supported by sustained ... Read More »

Auckland City triumph in final thriller

Auckland City survived an almighty scare from Team Wellington to win their fifth straight regional title prevailing 4-3 in a penalty shootout to take out the 2015 Fiji Airways OFC Champions League title and claim their tickets to Japan. “It’s a great feeling right now especially following the way we got there, if I can say it like that, sildenafil ” a ... Read More »

Police uproot ‘marijuana’ plants

The Fiji Police force uprooted close to 200 plants believed to be marijuana in the Western Division yesterday. This was part of Phase IV of the Police’s Operation Sasamaki. The plants believed to be marijuana ranging from 3cm to 2m was uprooted by a team of 40 officers who trekked to the interior of the Navosa highlands at about 3 ... Read More »

FIJIAN ATTORNEY-GENERAL RECEIVES SULTANATE OF OMAN AMBASSADOR TO FIJI

The Attorney-General, Hon. Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum today received the new non-resident Ambassador of the Sultanate of Oman to Fiji, His Excellency Nazar Al-Said. In welcoming the Omani envoy to Fiji, Minister Sayed-Khaiyum said that the Fijian Government looked forward to developing its bilateral relations with Oman, particularly in the areas of trade and commerce. His Highness, Nazar Al-Said said that Oman ... Read More »

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