Kaila News

14th July

Suva Kaji ready for Central Division rugby festival

THE Suva Kaji Rugby team members are ready to compete in the Vodafone Central Division Kaji Rugby Festival next week. President Taniela Naiteqe said this competition set a platform for the teams to qualify for...

Family fun day raises funds for the school

ADI Cakobau School in Sawani, Naitasiri yesterday held its family fun day at Furnival Park in Toorak, Suva. School Parents and Teachers Association president Lasarusa Turaga said the event was also attended by parents and former scholars of the school. “This is a day for students, old scholars and parents to just come here and...

13th July

FSSRU Eastern Zone: St John’s College through to the finals

THE St John’s College U19 rugby team from Cawaci has stamped their position in the Fiji Secondary School Eastern Zone rugby finals next week. This after the boys from Levuka defeated QVS 23-12. They will play RKS at the ANZ Stadium in Suva next weekend.

FSSRU Southern Zone: Nasinu U17 boys downs Grammar to go top seed

NASINU Secondary School came from behind to upset Suva Grammar School 31-26 and go top seed into the national quarterfinals during the Fiji Secondary School Rugby Union Southern Zone finals at Bidesi ground today. Trailing 12-19 three second-half tries compared to Grammar’s one, was enough to turn the tide for the boys from Delainamasi. “It...

12th July

Prof Healey: Libraries must be transformed and redesigned

FIJI National University Vice-Chancellor Professor Nigel Healey says libraries must be transformed and redesigned so that the physical space could be better used to create social learning commons. He highlighted this during the first-ever Library Resource Exhibition that went underway at Nasinu Campus yesterday. “We started a journey to transform our libraries and redesigned them...

11th July

PM: Curbing drug abuse starts with personal responsibility

CURBING the abuse of hard drugs in the Fijian society starts with personal responsibility, says Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama. In commending students of Marist Brothers High School in Suva for their pledge against drugs, Mr Bainimarama said by saying no to drugs like methamphetamine and ecstasy, the students were setting a positive example for young...

‘Educate kids on effects of drugs’

THERE is a need to educate students on the effects of drugs, says Department of State, Diplomatic Security Service special agent Billy Lewis. He said the fight against drugs was based on starting with grassroots foundation knowledge and education. “If we can hit the students with foundation knowledge about the drugs, what they are and...

Aussie schoolboys hit Sigatoka sand dunes

THE Oakhill College schoolboys under-15 rugby team from Sydney, Australia, visited Fiji last week for rugby development. Last Monday, they played against Cuvu College at Lawaqa Park. Afterwards, the Australians gave some rugby gear to their Fijian opponents. Estilo Sports Travel Pty Ltd operations manager Dean Michniewicz said this was a great platform for the...

10th July

Villagers raise funds to build new school hall

VILLAGERS within the Lomaivuna district in Naitasiri converged at the Naqali District School this morning in their bright Bula colours to raise funds for the construction of the school’s hall. Dancing and singing progressed through the day as the six villages within the district offered their soli towards the worthy cause. Speaking at the fundraising...

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