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One yellow card is one too many says Flying Fijians Head Coach John McKee ahead of tomorrow’s Pacific Nations Cup match against Georgia. “Too many yellow card offenses is an indication of their performance that are below our expectation,” Coach McKee said. Speaking to the media at Albert Park in Suva, Coach McKee said it has been an ongoing conversation ... Read More »


FLYING Fijian, BEN Volavola today finally broke his silence about his relationship with Hollywood actress, Shailene Woodley saying she was “great and amazing”. During an exclusive interview with maiLife, where Volavola talked about his major rugby highlights in 2018 and his relationship with the Divergent star, he said Woodley was someone he’d love to share the rest of his life ... Read More »


THERE is a first time for everything and for me covering the Druku Memorial Surfing Event held at the world renown surfing spot at Cloudbreak in Tavarua was the first real contact with the sport of surfing. Believe me, local surfers out-surfed their overseas counterparts with Ratu Aca Ravulo Lalabalavu taking out the King of Cloudbreak and Kimberley Bennett taking ... 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 »

Ex-Fiji national recalls meeting with Sydney siege gunman

The first time former Fiji national and Hayward, California, resident Ayyut Khalik met Man Haron Monis — the Sydney hostage-taker who was shot dead by police early on Tuesday this week — it was just days before Monis was to marry Khalik’s goddaughter and former Fiji citizen Noleen Hayson Pal. He immediately sensed something was wrong with the man. “He didn’t ... Read More »

Tragic end to fishing trip as 19-year-old drowns

A 19-year-old man is believed to be the country’s latest drowning victim. The victim from Navuso Village, Naitasiri is believed to have jumped into the Waila Creek and failed to surface. He had accompanied two others to the Waila Pumping Station where they were fishing at about 6pm yesterday. After he failed to surface a search was conducted, however with ... Read More »

Award winning cook book author acknowledges Pacific women as the inspiration behind Me’a Kai

Award-winning New Zealand chef, Robert Oliver, symptoms whose cook book catapulted Pacific cuisine globally, has acknowledged Pacific women and mothers for inspiring him to write the winning ‘Me’a Kai’ cook book. Oliver co-authored ‘Me’a Kai’ – a collection of recipes of Pacific cuisine. Me’a Kai surprised the world in 2010 when it won the World’s Best Cook Book at the ... Read More »

Lau Group named among top travel destinations for 2015

Fiji’s Lau Group has been named among the top travel destinations for 2015 by travel writers. A report in the Sydney Morning Herald says that while regulars will be familiar with the Mamanuca and Yasawa archipelagos – the island chains that lie within a few hours’ cruising of Port Denarau near Nadi, the Lau Islands are a different kettle of fish. The report ... Read More »

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