Archive for October 5th, 2017

National Fiji Day celebrations to be held in Western Division

National Fiji Day celebrations to be held in Western Division

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama says for the first time ever, national Fiji Day celebrations will be held in the Western Division which will take place at Prince Charles Park. He says this has never happened before, as those celebrations have always been restricted to Suva and he is very much looking forward to celebrating Fiji’s […]

Calls for crackdown on rogue food deliverers

Calls for crackdown on rogue food deliverers

UBEREATS, Deliveroo, Foodora and Dominos have been asked to account for the dangerous cycling of their armies of food deliverers. ROGUE food deliverers have been called to task over dangerous riding as they rush from job to job. The City of Sydney council has called in representatives from major companies and continues to receive ongoing […]

Quade Cooper to lead Baabaas against Wallabies

Quade Cooper to lead Baabaas against Wallabies

REJECTED playmaker Quade Cooper will get the chance for revenge against Michael Cheika when he captains the Alan Jones-coached Barbarians against the national team later this month. Jones announced on his 2GB radio show this morning that Cooper would lead his side, having been left out of the Wallabies’ squad for the entire Rugby Championship […]

Australia’s internet is really slow

Australia’s internet is really slow

The National Broadband Network was meant to mean big things for Australia, and at $49 billion, it had a hefty price tag to match. However, cost blowouts and delays have turned it into a political football. That’s not the important bit, though. A new graphic, from Bloomberg, shows Australia has slumped to 50th place on […]

50-degree future for Aussie cities: study

50-degree future for Aussie cities: study

Climate change could result in Melbourne and Sydney sweltering through 50-degree days within the next couple of decades, a new study warns. Other parts of Australia are also on track for unprecedented extreme heat. And increased water temperature in the Coral Sea are expected to keep cooking the Great Barrier Reef, the Australian National University-led […]