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MORE FIJIAN VOLUNTEER TEACHERS TO SERVE IN TUVALU

THE signing of a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) on the Fiji Volunteer Service Scheme (FVSS) will see 16 additional Fijian volunteer teachers serve in Tuvalu for the next two years.   The signing between Fiji’s Roving Ambassador and High Commissioner to Pacific Island Countries and Territories, Ms Litia Mawi and the Tuvalu High Commissioner, His Excellency Temate Melitiana was held ... Read More »

HEALTH LEADERS URGED TO ADVOCATE ON NCD

PACIFIC Islands leaders at the Pacific Heads of Health meeting have been urged to take a lead role in raising more awareness on the control of Non-Communicable diseases in the region. This was highlighted by the Minister for Health and Medical Services, Hon. Rosy Akbar at the opening of the Pacific Heads of Health meeting held in Suva today. Minister ... Read More »

MAIA SETS OLYMPIC DATE WITH VANI by Mela Tuilevuka

JUNIOR Girls 800metres gold medalist, International Secondary School Maia Ramsden has encouraged silver medallist Vani Loloma of Adi Cakobau School to meet her at the Olympics ten years from now. Maia who returns to New Zealand in June because her father’s posting as NZ’s High Commissioner in Fiji has come to an end, hugged Loloma and told her she has ... Read More »

VUNIBOLA FINISHES STRONG by Andy Paul

STEAMING around the last bend of the Open Boys 3000m was Atama Vunibola of Wainibuka Secondary School. Despite being in the middle of the pack for the better part of the race, Vunibola knew he had more to give and finish the race strong as he passed two other runners in the last 50m to win the gold. “I saw ... Read More »

CAMARI DEFIES THE ODDS by Mela Tuilevuka

DESPITE training in a turf smudged with cow dung and all sort of debris pushed Camari Adilasaqa beyond her limits to get the gold medal in the Open Girls 3000metres. Her coach Mrs Arieta Sakosese spoke on behalf of Camari as the 14-year-old was in tears and lost for words after her race. “We train in a ground filled with ... Read More »

Tuvusa Steals Blue Ribbon For Natabua by Mela Tuilevuka

BOYS blue ribbon winner Shane Tuvusa of Natabua High School was an emotional wreck last night after winning the Senior Boys 100 metres final. The Natalacake Villager from Ba, said some may say he is the underdog but he was determined to win. “While at the starting block, I was confident I would win the event and I told myself ... Read More »

Moceisawana Salutes Old Scholars

DEDICATING her last winning run and gold medal to old scholars of Adi Cakobau School, Laisani Moceisawana was lost for words last night. “I dedicate this medal to the old scholars of Sawani here and abroad for their endless support to us their Lilian sisters still at school,” she said. “April is the month everyone associated with Sawani comes together ... Read More »

Latest Coke Games 2017 Medal Tally

Latest Medal Tally for Coca Cola Games 2017 Friday 21st April, 2017 as at 5:14pm BOYS DIVISION 1st – RKS 4Gold, 4Silver, 1Bronze 2nd-MBHS 4Gold, 3Silver, 5Bronze… 3rd-Natabua 2Gold 0Silver, 1Bronze GIRLS DIVISION 1st – ACS 4Gold, 2Silver, 4Bronze 2nd-SGS 3Gold, 1Silver, 2Bronze 3rd – Jasper 2Gold, 2Silver, 2Bronze Photo by Matt Rudd Read More »

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