Farina calls for discipline

Suva (Fiji Times) – FOOTBALL players need to be more disciplined and update themselves with the new laws of the game. During the 2016 Vodafone Fiji FACT pool matches in Labasa last weekend players were indisciplined and not well versed with the laws of the game. Experienced players such as Lautoka’s Valerio Nawatu, Ilaitia Tuilau…

Officer guilty

The police officer who stood trial for taking State vehicles without authority has been found guilty of the offense. Principal Magistrate Augustine Aulanga was satisfied that the Crown has proven its case beyond reasonable doubt in relation to two charges of taking vehicles without authority and therefore convicted him. One of the charges relates to…

Buma hosts Australia students

Buma village in West Kwara’ae in Malaita over the weekend hosted a total of 19 tourists from St Michael College in South Australia. A group of 15 young female students from St Michael College in South Australia mostly young females of age between 15 and 16 and four staff landed at Gwounaru’u airport on Friday…

Fiu hydro project half way

The Fiu national hydro project in Auki Malaita Province is now half nearing its completion after reach stages 10 and 11 in the project phase. That was according to the Fiu Hydro Government Project consultant Bernard Bata’anisia. The project which has about 21 stages has now reached half way, he confirmed. “The project is now…

Maepio rejects allegations

Acting premier of Western Province Wayne Maepio has denied allegations he misused provincial funds. He made the denial after a member of the province’s non-executive bench raised the allegation.  “To say that I misuse provincial funds is not only untrue, but also provocative. I denied the allegations,” Maepio told the Sunday Star.  “It’s a wild…