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When the news of the new Navy vessel RFNS Puamau had grounded itself on the reef in Fulaga, social media erupted with questions on how this happened. Whilst not a comprehensive explanation this short video from Leo Williams Vanualailai who is an expert on GIS does at least provide some clue as to what may […]

We love our chillis around here but if you have to wear protective equipment AND eat a scorpion we’re not sure we love it that much.

Fiji, a small nation rich in culture and traditions, uniquely preserves its stories not in conventional libraries but throughout its natural and human landscape. The essence of Fijian history and knowledge is found in rock, wood, leaf, flower, and especially in people, collectively forming the Vanua. Without a written language before colonization, Fijians used oral […]

With the eyes of the Pacific firmly on Hawaii and the 13th FestPac as it is colloquially known, students from the Davuilevu Methodist Lay Training put our  traditional culture front and centre as they performed for an appreciative crowd

Former International School Suva student and current Senior Girls 1500m record holder at the Coca-Cola Games Maia Ramsden continues to perform fantastically in the United States where she is currently representing Harvard University. Ramsden, who set her Cokes record in 2017 over the weekend successfully defended her 1500m college title for the 3rd time.   […]

Sometimes you just have to sing. This is such a cute video! And the captions are hilarious. These guys certainly seem like a family who enjoy each others company!

Violet Langan is a Brisbane pastor who also moved to Australia from Fiji and helps households struggling to afford bills and food explained that  groceries have become quite expensive even for this the employed. “It’s just too expensive for things that have risen in costs, the basics. You don’t get much out of $100,” she […]

Pastors Meli and Evelyn Tamanisau   lead PAL workers in to  in cooking and giving out food. They said that the number of people coming for meals has grown.                 The pastors started cooking meals before the COVID pandemic, when Mr Tamanisau was working at Sun Pork, and the […]

              “Eda sa qaqa”, the harmonies of five Fijian PALM workers filled the air of a warm and spice-scented kitchen. A tune well known to those  back home and means “We have overcome”.                 While others spent Saturdays making the most of […]

From performing at family weddings and get togethers to gracing the world stage. This is a story of a young girl whose passion for performing arts made all her dreams come true. Bernadette Kaulotu Suiqa hails from Nadakuni, Naitasiri with maternal links to Nukubalavu, Savusavu.  The 28-year-old is currently a dance teacher in El Paso, […]