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Nabukelevu in Kadavu can expect to save more money after the district purchased a boat to service the lower southern parts of Kadavu. The MV Uluinabukelevu returned to Port Mua-I Walu on Saturday after making its third voyage to the Island of Kadavu,
S resource centre is expected to be opened in Kadavu this week to serve as an income-generating centre for women who are living in the outer islands who wish to start their own business. Vunisea women's group vice president Lavenia Yavala said women
Kadavu who will now be able to access their monthly allowances in an efficient and timely manner. A government statement said this was made possible by the strengthened partnership between the Ministry of Social Welfare and Westpac Bank to increase
OLD woman of Muaninuku Village in Nabukelevu, Kadavu, is the latest drowning victim...Police spokesman Inspector Atunaisa Sokomuri said the woman had gone fishing with two other villagers. On their return when the two reached shore they noticed the
Leoni Bolawaqatabu was charged with one count of shop breaking, entering and larceny. He however, escaped a jail term when Magistrate Alipate Mataitini handed a suspended term to him yesterday. Bolawaqatabu and two others broke into the shop of
On the priority list are foot crossings for the safety of children on their way to school and pregnant women on their way to health centres, Lt-Col Rika said. "It was a concern because a lot of people in the division have to rely on foot crossings. "
This after villagers celebrated the momentous occasion of the commissioning of solar panels to 34 houses on the island last week. Village headman Isireli Naivaluwaqa said children were the ones affected the most as they had to study in the dark. "
Emosi Mulevoro, Suva's rugby star and Suva soccer rep Samuela Vula who hail from the same mataqali called Nalaga, were heroes among their own clan as they were hosted to a special lunch at Jo Dunn's residence in Cheng Place in Raiwai. Mulevoro was a
This according to former Methodist Church in Fiji and Rotuma president, Reverend Josateki Koroi. Mr Koroi said the Bible was full of politics from cover to cover where politics was clearly defined as the art of living together. He said he was
These were the comments of the former president of the Methodist Church in Fiji and Rotuma, Reverend Josateki Koroi. Mr Koroi's comments come in the wake of the continuing debate on whether Fiji should be declared a Christian State as proposed in