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1st December

The pineapple man – Chand tastes sweet success

Pineapples are one of the most popular fruits that are widely consumed by human beings on planet Earth because of its seemingly numerous health benefits. The tropical plants are rich in nutrients loaded with enzymes,...

28th November

The last Phoenix

The last surviving member of one of the country’s iconic vocal groups “The Phoenix Choir” received her 50th Anniversary of Independence Commemorative Medal on Thursday. Ilisapeci Tamani was in a joyous mood as she thanked his excellency the President Major-General (Ret’d) Jioji Konrote for bestowing the medal. She thanked the Almighty God for the God-given...

27th November

Dikinisa’s mission

She is just 18 years old and working as a cleaner in Lautoka until she can save enough money to pay for own tuition fees to get a higher education. Dikinisa Curu, originally of Waisasavu in Naitasiri, has had a rough start in life after her dad died when she was just in Year 3....

26th November

Through Rob’s eyes

With more than two decades of being a professional photographer, Rob Rickman is one of Fiji’s most renowned and sought-after photo snappers. Rob was part of a company that published 20 books of photographs in Fiji, Australia and Germany, a testimony of his love for travelling and capturing amazing shots through the eye of the...

Sea mapping, charts done

Mappings and surveys conducted by the Fiji Hydrographic Service (FHS) have allowed safe navigation for vessels that traverse Fiji’s waters. As a blue economy, Fiji depends on the hydrographic services to allow ships to safely navigate its oceans and keep Fiji at the cutting-edge of ocean science. Last week, the Prime Minister, Voreqe Bainimarama, with...

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