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Church president Reverend Tuikilakila Waqairatu said the reconstruction of the school would cost at least half a million dollars. "The cost is staggering but we are determined to ensure that the children of Sigatoka Methodist Primary School will be
Ana Madigibuli Monday, July 15, 2013 THE Methodist Church of Fiji and Rotuma has been given the green light by government to hold its annual conference for 40 hours this year. Methodist Church general secretary Reverend Tevita Nawadra said the church
Tomorrow, families led by fathers and children, express their gratitude to mothers for their role in the home and in their lives. Methodist Church of Fiji general secretary Reverend Tevita Nawadra said every year the church, with other Christian
S largest Christian denomination, the Methodist Church of Fiji and Rotuma, has set up a special committee to work on the church's submission for the draft constitution. This was confirmed by church general secretary Reverend Tevita Nawadra yesterday.
Fiji, sparking outrage from women's organisations and churches. As hundreds of people marched through the Capital City against any form of violence against women and children, police confirmed the case was reported from the Western Division this week.
Church of Fiji's Indian division superintendent, Reverend William Lucas was farewelled by the Dudley Methodist Church congregation in Suva yesterday. Mr Lucas, who served as a minister in the Methodist Church for the past 43 years, motivated the
Church's standing committee general secretary and president-elect Reverend Tuikilakila Waqairatu said the principle of reconciliation was biblically-based. "Today is an important day for the Methodist Church of Fiji. The standing committee have just
Tevita Nawadra has been selected as the new general secretary of the Methodist Church in Fiji and Rotuma. This was confirmed as the annual general conference continued in Suva yesterday. Mr Nawadra received 582 votes out of more than 900 cast at the
Reverend Abel Nand from Ba Methodist told FijiLive, compared to 2011 with 201, 884 members, the number has dropped this year to 197,226. A decrease of 4656 has been recorded and accumulating the number is the Methodists youths, Rev Nand said. He said
Constitution Commission chairperson Professor Yash Ghai in an interview with FijiLive after the third day of submissions in Suva yesterday said some submission-makers argued that the country should be made a Christian state as majority of its