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Lautoka its first defeat on home soil in the Digicel Cup competition at Churchill Park yesterday. Laced with experienced players such as skipper Senivalati Vunibola, Timoci Vakadranu, Waisale Vatuvoka, Iliesa Keresoni, Mosese Luveitasau and Nasoni
Despite whatever hurdles there were then, players still turned up for matches and at camps with the determination to make the starting line-up. It was a time when there was district pride, although players were not being paid a single cent to play
Western Division with 36 farmers being registered as pioneers of the dairy industry in the division. Senior Agricultural Officer for the Animal Health and Production Division Napolioni Seru said training had been held for these farmers on how to best
Fiji Secondary School rugby league players will continue their career at National Rugby League (NRL) clubs in the future. This was confirmed to Times Sport by the Fiji National Rugby League. Following the successful Vodafone Cup grand final at
City officials have been invited to participate in one of the biggest agriculture and forestry shows in the world at Zhejiang Province in China. During a meeting between the Lautoka City Council and a delegation from Zhejiang yesterday, an agreement
Mereoni Vosita, Laisani Mere and Litia Naivalu are serving time in prison for various charges related to theft. Vosita, who is serving a 13-month prison term, had her appeal rejected by Justice Sitambarampillai Thurairaja who found her grounds of
Yesterday, the former inmate made use of an opportunity provided by the Lautoka City Council and joined other horticulturists at Shirley Park for a return on his investment. "Before, I used to spend my time just roaming around and not doing much. "
Gounder has a day job but her love for gardening makes her work hours longer after her shift at the office ends. "I loved gardening even when I was younger," the 54-year-old said. "Well, before my marriage, my parents were in the vegetable business.
This was revealed by Western Community Policing commander Faiaz Ali during the second day of the Duavata Crime Prevention Carnival in Lautoka. "Our crime rate since the first quarter of last year to the first quarter of this year has been reduced by
Ministry of Housing and municipal councils in Lautoka and Sigatoka. Department of Housing director Kolinio Bola said the City Wide project in Nayawa Village in Sigatoka was about 99 per cent complete with drainage and sanitation works also included