The Fiji International presented by Fiji Airways returns to the European Tour International schedule for the third consecutive year. Here are five things you need to know about the tournament on the island paradise. Continue reading Five Things To Know: Fiji International Presented By Fiji Airways
The University of the South Pacific in celebrating its 50th Anniversary organized a visual art competition and exhibition, inviting submissions from twelve member countries. Continue reading Fijian Inmate Wins Art Competition
Village Built by Australian Man for Fiji’s Poor Survives Unscathed
Houses designed by an Australian man have survived Fiji’s devastating cyclone with barely a scratch and provide a potential blueprint for reconstruction.
Gift to Special Schools
Radisson Blu Resort Fiji recently gave $7744 worth of sewing equipment to special education facilities in Nadi, Lautoka and Ba.
Fall Crowned Queen
Miss Carpenters Marie Fall has been bestowed the honour of representing the people of Suva after being crowned the 2015 Vodafone Miss Hibiscus queen at the Carpenters foreshore last night.
The 18-year-old managed to rise above all the other twelve queen contestants, shedding happy tears after… http://www.anthemculture.com/2015/08/22/fall-crowned-queen/
The Vodafone Festival of the Friendly North has been labelled as one of Vodafone Fiji‘s well-managed pageants in the country.
Speaking at the final night of the Friendly North Carnival yesterday, Vodafone executive Shailendra Prasad said that of all the carnivals they sponsored annually,… http://www.anthemculture.com/2015/08/22/best-carnival/
Teaching Football in Fiji on Volunteering Trip
A Harborough man has spent six months on a remote Fijian island teaching sports to young schoolchildren there.
Aaron Eason left his job at Caffe Nero in the town in February this year to undertake the project with a charity called Think Pacific. FULL STORY