Quotes for the Week

    • "In everyone there is something precious, found in no one else; so honor each man for what is hidden within him-for what he alone has, and none of his fellows."
    • "Reflect upon your present blessings of which every man has many, not on your past misfortunes of which all men have some."
    • "Peace does not mean to be in a place where there is no noise, trouble or hard work. It means to be in the midst of those things and still remain calm in your heart."
    • "Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that."
    • "Where there is great love there are always miracles."

Fijian News»

Deal to address staff shortages in hospitals

Deal to address staff shortages in hospitals

THE Health Ministry’s initiative of addressing medical and clinical staff shortages have been slowly addressed with the assistance of the University of Fiji. Yesterday,...

Aussie News»

Sydney Royal Easter Show opens

Sydney Royal Easter Show opens

The Sydney Royal Easter Show has opened to the public offering a cornucopia of colour, rides, and a glimpse of rural life. For those showing, the show delivers an environment...

Pacific & World News»

Vanuatu workers stay on in Australia after Cyclone Pam

Vanuatu workers stay on in Australia after Cyclone Pam

Vanuatu horticultural workers living in Australia under the Seasonal Worker Program have made an agonising decision following Cyclone Pam. Workers could return home, to see...

Business & Technology»

UberX versus taxis: Why the time for taxis is over

UberX versus taxis: Why the time for taxis is over

IT’S cheaper, friendlier, cleaner and more efficient than getting a taxi. Customers love it, but the taxi industry is using its significant influence over governments to...

Sports»

Ryan rates Wini ahead of Hong Kong 7s

Ryan rates Wini ahead of Hong Kong 7s

Vodafone Fiji sevens coach Ben Ryan says debutant Josaia Wini is in the same mould of former England rep Isoa Damudamu. Damudamu played under Ryan, when the mentor was in...

Entertainment & Lifestyle»

Restaurant owes 11 workers $3.43 million

Restaurant owes 11 workers $3.43 million

A JUDGE has ordered a Queens restaurant to pay $3.43 million ($US2.7 million) to 11 workers in back wages. The workers had filed a lawsuit against Kum Gang San, its owner...

Recent Articles

Sydney Royal Easter Show opens

Sydney Royal Easter Show opens

The Sydney Royal Easter Show has opened to the public offering a cornucopia of colour, rides, and a glimpse of rural life. For those showing, the show delivers an environment of extreme competition, with 500-kilogram steer and tiny chihuahuas blow-dried for the judges to inspect. With tickets priced at $39.50 for an adult, $24.00 for […]

Deal to address staff shortages in hospitals

Deal to address staff shortages in hospitals

THE Health Ministry’s initiative of addressing medical and clinical staff shortages have been slowly addressed with the assistance of the University of Fiji. Yesterday, a memorandum of understanding was signed between Health Minister Jone Usamate and university vice-chancellor Professor Narendra Reddy and Registrar Kamlesh Arya. The MOU would allow years 4, 5 and 6 medical […]

Ryan rates Wini ahead of Hong Kong 7s

Ryan rates Wini ahead of Hong Kong 7s

Vodafone Fiji sevens coach Ben Ryan says debutant Josaia Wini is in the same mould of former England rep Isoa Damudamu. Damudamu played under Ryan, when the mentor was in charge of England. Ryan says Wini has same special talent, which will take him afar. “With the new boys who have come in, we have […]

Military race not an issue for Nand

Military race not an issue for Nand

A young Indo-Fijian woman might reconsider travelling from Lautoka to attend a Republic of Fiji Military Forces medical check. But not Sheemal Artika Nand because her sole aim is to join the military. Ms Nand, 21, was one out of the three shortlisted Indo-Fijian candidates selected to undergo the medical board at the Queen Elizabeth […]