Lovu residents happy with Govt’s action on termite crisis

Lovu residents happy with Govt’s action on termite crisis

In response to the crisis, the Coalition Government has allocated $3 million to implement targeted solutions. Lovu resident Nandita Chand said this has not only reassured the affected residents but has also become a beacon of hope for the community.


Loan supports salon expansion

Loan supports salon expansion

SHELVIN Permal has been running Rey’s Hair Dressing & Beauty Salon for the past eight years
and notes it to be something that comes naturally to him.


Malawiya’s Farm Fresh Honey Supplies testament of sustainable beekeeping

Malawiya’s Farm Fresh Honey Supplies testament of sustainable beekeeping

Led by the passionate beekeeper, Ismail Malawiya, this humble bee farm has transformed
into a prosperous hub for farm-fresh honey supplies.


No mining in Namosi yet: public urged to get correct information

No mining in Namosi yet: public urged to get correct information

The idiom “straight from the horse’s mouth” is one that comes from the British horse
racing circles which pointed out that the ideal source for racing tips would be the horse rather than the spectators.


Cagimaiwai Women’s Club move towards cleaner energy

Cagimaiwai Women’s Club move towards cleaner energy

One of which was to reduce the burden of traditional cooking methods which has a bearing on their health as well as the environmental risks associated with it, which culminated in the commissioning of their biogas project recently.


IYFA sets sports development standard for kids

IYFA sets sports development standard for kids

“This was like a miracle for us as after COVID-19 we had no way to finance us and we were struggling,” she added.


Rishav gains a new lease of life

Rishav gains a new lease of life

“When my Rishav continuously got sick, I told my husband that we needed to take him to hospital. The fever would come and go which was not normal. When the doctors advised us that they needed to carry out more tests for my Rishav I was scared because I knew there was something wrong with him.”


A Mother’s Hope For Her Son To Be Cancer Free

A Mother’s Hope For Her Son To Be Cancer Free

A few months after Filipe Baleitavuki was born, his mother Vinaina Tadulala noticed that his pupil- the centre of the iris- was dilated.


Girmitiya Descendant Reminisces Hardship of Girmit Era

Girmitiya Descendant Reminisces Hardship of Girmit Era

"The high hopes with which our ancestors left India for Fiji turned into turmoil, sacrifice, abuse and broken dreams as they were absorbed into the Girmit era between 1879 and 1916. "


Ogea’s Jimilai Store Stands the Test of Time

Ogea’s Jimilai Store Stands the Test of Time

Now operating the island’s only shop named after her late husband Jimilai, Sulueti has become a successful woman in business and a source of income for the Ogea villagers.


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