11th August

Parental involvement ‘critical part of child’s development

Parents are rarely taking the time to read with their children, says Education Minister Premila Kumar. She said this while speaking at the launch of 10 books on oceans and inclusive climate action which will...

10th August


2022 Coke Games: Tickets go on sale

Tickets for the 2022 Coca-Cola Games go on sale today. The annual Fiji secondary schools athletics competition will be held on August 18-20 at the HFC Bank Stadium in Laucala Bay, Suva. According to the organisers, tickets will be sold at the Fiji Secondary Schools Athletics Association (FSSAA) headquarters at McGregor Rd in Suva (opposite...

9th August

Special Olympics Fiji: Supporting an inclusive society

Punjas and Sons Pte Ltd joined forces with the Special Olympics Fiji to host a successful National Talent Identification Games in Lautoka last Saturday. Founder director of Punja and Sons Pte Ltd Kanti Punja said the company strongly believed in supporting an inclusive society and such sporting activities organised for children living with special needs...

7th August

Special Olympics serve as trials for World Games in Berlin

The Special Olympics National Talent Identification Games in Lautoka yesterday served as the initial trials for the 2023 Special Olympics World Games in Berlin, Germany. Special athletes from as far as Rabi, Labasa and Ovalau participated in the event. Ministry of Youth and Sports permanent secretary Rovereto Nayacalevu, who was the chief guest for the...

New walkway to boost students of Coloinaivakacere

Wading through the mud with sludge almost reaching their knees is what the students of Coloinaivakacere Primary School on the outskirts of Korovou in Tailevu have to endure during rainy days. This was the normal practice for the 71 students that attend the school. And because the school is located on a steep hill, the...

6th August

Flagstaff boys ready to restore Fiji Finals lost glory

Marist Brothers High School athletes aim to restore the school’s lost glory in the Coca-Cola Games. The event, billed as the Pacific’s biggest annual secondary schools athletics competition, is scheduled to take place at the HFC Bank Stadium in Suva from August 18-20. The Flagstaff-based school will field 83 athletes and its outgoing team manager...