10th July

PEOPLE: A shining star for the visually impaired

Despite being visually impaired, Kavita Singh managed to attain a Bachelor of Commerce degree in Accounting and Management. She said studying at Fiji National University’s newly established Nasinu campus disability centre made her academic achievement...

9th July

PEOPLE: The ‘land is a gift’

Doctor Tarisi Vunidilo is passionate of iTaukei land and says “it is a gift from God”. She is an assistant professor of anthropology at the University of Hawai’i at Hilo, where she teaches courses on indigenous museology and heritage management. Her area of research is museology, repatriation and indigenous knowledge and language revitalisation. Dr Vunidilo...

7th July

Safety and security is his game

Security officers provide a great service to the general populace. From an array of responsibilities including patrolling property on foot to securing a particular premise. Even protecting lives! Security guards also act as crime busters, deterring potential criminal activities. Basically, a security officer’s key role is to discern, prevent, observe and report theft and violence...

6th July

A beautiful journey

The altruistic nature of Sarojani Michael knows no bounds. Her affiliation with the poor, downtrodden and underprivileged started from an early age. Nearly half a century later, she is still displaying the same zest. Mrs Michael is The JP Bayly Trust’s manager – West and she proudly proclaimed that the iconic non-governmental organisation (NGO) is...