Archive for September 14th, 2017

Tiny house stolen from Canberra ‘spotted in Queensland less than a day later’

Tiny house stolen from Canberra ‘spotted in Queensland less than a day later’

A tiny house prototype stolen from a Canberra business appears to have made its way to a Queensland town 1,250 kilometres away in a matter of hours, according to the home’s owner. The house, which is mounted on a trailer and valued at about $20,000, was stolen from Julie Bray’s Mitchell business late on Sunday. […]

Plans to build big new stadium in Fiji on track

Plans to build big new stadium in Fiji on track

Construction on a new multi-purpose 35 thousand capacity stadium for Fiji could begin on Denarau Island next year at an estimated cost of 150 million dollars. The Chairman of the National Sports Commission, Peter Mazey, says the main driver behind the project is the rising number of international sports events opting for Fiji as their […]

Bushfires burn out of control in NSW, school evacuated

Bushfires burn out of control in NSW, school evacuated

Firefighters battled to bring several blazes under control on a hot and windy day in New South Wales with schools evacuated, homes threatened and former prime minister Tony Abbott also joining the efforts. The NSW Rural Fire Service [NSW RFS] has been working to contain a blaze burning near Tuncurry on the mid-north coast, where […]

Jeff Probst wants Survivor to stay in Fiji permanently

Jeff Probst wants Survivor to stay in Fiji permanently

TV Show Survivor’s globe‑hopping days could be over, especially if host/executive producer Jeff Probst has his way. The reality giant which amazingly still wins its night in total viewers spent its first 32 seasons in different locations, but has filmed its last four installments in the Mamanuca Islands in Fiji. And it now looks like that […]

Internet security analysts warn of virus spread via Bluetooth

Internet security analysts warn of virus spread via Bluetooth

An airborne computer virus with the ability to infect billions of phones and other devices has been identified by internet security analysts. The so-called ‘BlueBorne vulnerability’ allows malicious virus attacks to spread from device to device over bluetooth without the owner’s knowledge. Ty Miller, managing director of international cyber security firm Threat Intelligence, said this […]

Australian billionaire launches six-team Indo Pacific Rugby competition

Australian billionaire launches six-team Indo Pacific Rugby competition

Australian mining billionaire Andrew Forrest has launched the new Indo Pacific Rugby Championship which hopes to include a team from Fiji and will kick off next year. Forrest is in negotiations with the Australian Rugby Union (ARU) to ensure players who compete in his competition will also be eligible to play Super Rugby and represent […]