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Alivereti Dere will have to lift his current side's performance in Hong Kong and Japan to assure the FRU that he is capable of taking the team to Moscow. Westfield Barbarian is coached by fitness guru Epeli Lagiloa and he was instrumental in the
Hong Kong 7s tournament, similarly the bowling community of Fiji awaits the Hutson Cup competition. Just as this rugby event is one of the oldest in the rugby calendar, the Hutson Cup is the oldest bowling competition in the national calendar. One
They are not here to make the numbers but to contest for the prestigious Vanua Challenge title today. The Jetsetters are back in the national meet after missing out last year and keen to leave a mark in the annual tournament. Nadi is fielding two men'
Nations Development Program initiative has had a positive impact on the lives of women in Vuniyasi settlement on the outskirts of Nadi. The Cash For Work program (CFW) provides a temporary source of income for disaster-affected communities to help
In a statement issued through the Information Ministry, the FRA said most roads should be cleared and opened to all traffic by this afternoon. In Tavua, the Koula, Naseyani, Dramasi and Vutuni roads were closed to all traffic. The Nadelei, Rukuruku,
Nadi, one of the areas most prone to floods, has seen significant improvement when it comes to natural disaster preparation. "This has been evident with the last floods and Tropical Cyclone Evan." The Nadi system is networked and we receive a
Vanua Challenge despite facing a lot of problems in the lead-up to the annual event. The lack of indoor facility has seen the Nadi teams train in wet and trying conditions at the Airports Fiji Limited hard courts in Namaka. NVA vice president Dan
The duo missed the Fiji Sun/GP Batteries National Football League fixture against Nadroga because of suspension and injury last week.Nadi lost the fixture 1-2...Nadi team manager Kamlesh Sami said the coaches Kamal Swamy and Timoci Raju conducted a
The fours tournament will feature bowlers like Babu Khan, Ratish Lal, Peter Thaggard and Dan Lum On. Fiji Bowling Association secretary Abdul Kalim said they expected 10 teams to participate. He said the players had been practising despite the rainy
Mr Kumar added that authorities were monitoring river and rainfall gauges in anticipation of river level rise at high tide today which is expected at about 2pm.