Archive for August 2nd, 2017

Sydney man released without charge over terror plot

Sydney man released without charge over terror plot

A man arrested by counter-terrorism police over an alleged plot to attack a plane has been released from police custody in Sydney without charge. Four men were arrested by the New South Wales Joint Counter-Terrorism team on Saturday after intelligence reports of a plot to take down a passenger plane using an improvised device. A […]

PM says littering in Fiji is at crisis point

PM says littering in Fiji is at crisis point

Strewn rubbish on roads, in public areas and across our waterways has been labelled ‘shameful’. Prime Minister, Voreqe Bainimarama, says all Fijians need to be more responsible. “It didn’t used to be like this, but recently we seem to have lost our way and the sheer amount of litter in Fiji has reached crisis level […]

Bright future for public transportation: FBOA

Bright future for public transportation: FBOA

The Fiji Bus Operators Association says e-ticketing holds a bright future for public transportation. President Richard Lal is confident of a smooth and successful transition to the electronic ticketing system. Lal says cashless systems are already a way of life in other countries and Fiji is also fast moving in that direction. “One of the […]

Fiji sevens coach keen to build core strength of squad

Fiji sevens coach keen to build core strength of squad

The countdown has begun ahead of another big year for Fiji’s national rugby sevens squad, with the World Series to be followed by the Commonwealth Games and the World Cup. Big changes are looming for the squad with captain Osea Kolinisau set to depart for new pastures in the United States, while long time Pacific […]

Call for donor to donate kidney for 13yr old Ravouvou

Call for donor to donate kidney for 13yr old Ravouvou

A call for public assistance is today being made by the Kidney Specialist at CWM Hospital, Doctor Amrish Krishnan for people to come forward to donate a kidney to the youngest dialysis patient in the country. 13-year-old Ravouvou Naviri, whose kidneys have failed, is currently undergoing dialysis three times a week, and a permanent solution […]

What made us tougher: Fr Manu

What made us tougher: Fr Manu

Keeping in mind the school motto, “Centred in Christ” Saint John’s College Under-18 rugby team sang praises to God despite falling short in their Coke Zero Deans Trophy campaign. St John’s College principal Father Ekuasi Manu said the Cawaci based- school from Ovalau came in high spirits despite being tagged as underdogs. “We werethe most […]