Archive for June 6th, 2017

Flying Fijians to unleash 121kg beast against Wallabies

Flying Fijians to unleash 121kg beast against Wallabies

The Vodafone Flying Fijians will unleash a 121kg beast who is compared to Sonny Bill Williams against the Wallabies this Saturday. Inside centre Jale Vatubua will be given his international debut in Melbourne against Australia and ironically the giant was released by the Rebels before becoming a star in France’s Top 14. Vatubua, who stands […]

CEOs desert Donald Trump over Paris climate change decision

CEOs desert Donald Trump over Paris climate change decision

DISNEY CEO Bob Iger has also chosen to cut ties with the White House Advisory Council — making him the second chief executive to bail on President Trump after he decided to back out of the Paris climate agreement. “As a matter of principle, I’ve resigned from the President’s Council over the #ParisAgreement withdrawal,” Mr […]

Rewa pledge to combat the effects of climate change

Rewa pledge to combat the effects of climate change

The Rewa Province has taken steps to protect the Scalloped Hammerhead Sharks. Roko Tui Dereketi, Ro Teimumu Kepa, today declared a ‘Tabboo’ … meaning there is a total ban on fishing near the nursery area which is located at the Rewa river mouth. Ro Teimumu says declaring a Tabboo for this area marks a new […]

Aussie Teacher who’s making Maths go viral

Aussie Teacher who’s making Maths go viral

His name is Mister Woo and his mission is to deliver Maths foo. And deliver he does! Sydney-based maths teacher Eddie Woo has hit the headlines for his impressive feat of making Maths go viral. Through his hilariously-titled YouTube channel WooTube, the enthusiastic Mr Woo shares his love of numbers with thousands of school kids […]

Sunday penalty rate cuts to be phased in next few years

Sunday penalty rate cuts to be phased in next few years

Hundreds of thousands of workers will see their Sunday pay reduced within weeks. In some cases, the full cut will not be implemented until 2020. Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) secretary Sally McManus said any pay cut was devastating for families. “They’re looking at offsetting it in the first year and [if] you look […]

Four Arab nations cut diplomatic ties to Qatar

Four Arab nations cut diplomatic ties to Qatar

FOUR Arab nations cut diplomatic ties to Qatar early Monday morning, and Bahrain has given its citizens 14 days to leave the country. The decision further deepens a rift between Gulf Arab nations over Qatar’s support for Islamist groups. Bahrain, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates all announced they would withdraw their diplomatic […]