Mar 26, 2017 Last Updated 12:15 AM, Mar 15, 2017
Veteran faces time behind bars BUMBLE Bee Foods veteran Walter Scott Cameron will likely see a prison term of at least 10 months, pay a $USD25,000 fine and agree to testify in tuna price-fixing investigation, following a plea deal with prosecutors. The US Department of Justice has recommended Cameron’s sentence…
THOUSANDS of Catholics across the Pacific celebrated Ash Wednesday this month as they began preparations for Easter. While this is a mainly Catholic tradition, more Christian denominations now take part in this ancient rite. It marks the start of a 40-day journey which ends with the remembrance of Jesus Christ’s…

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Ego clash FOR how long will Fiji stay away from the region’s biggest tourism event in the manner of the school yard bully? The whole region will gather for the SPTE 2017 in Sydney later this year but much of the Fijian delegation is under pressure to stay at home.…
Heavy metals concerns in proposed Sigatoka River mine MINING of the Sigatoka River on the southern coast of Fiji’s main island poses a real risk of severe marine life poisoning with flow-on effects on people who feed on such fish, mussels and crustaceans. The warning is highlighted in a report by…
Scion of chiefly family turns fashion heads KOILA Ganilau is descended from two of the most powerful households in Fiji – the Ganilaus from Somosomo, Cakaudrove and the Maras of Lakeba, Lau. Both families have connections to every conceivable branch of nobility in Fiji, Samoa, Tonga, Hawaii, Maohi (French Polynesia) and…
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