Vendor back on her feet

UN project boosts families THE decision of her husband to leave her behind with her two children did not deter Sulueti Liku

Raising voices

OXFAM in the Pacific, working in partnership with the Pacific Disability Forum, has been awarded a grant by the European Union to

Tour operator goes hybrid

Green fleet WITH the growing number of tour operators and tourism logistics companies, every passenger moved makes a difference. And sometimes the

Killing the golden goose

High taxes threaten tourism HIGH taxes and service charges have pushed Fiji’s major revenue generator into the more expensive destinations for tourists.

Time to walk the talk

Conference to dialogue on tourism issues In a bid to provide a regional platform for dialogue on matters of interest in international

Church to set up uni

THE Methodist Church in Fiji and Rotuma will establish a Methodist University that will cater for students who don’t reach tertiary education.

Permanent no more

“If you have an apple and I have an apple and we exchange apples then you and I will still have one

Watch this space

Emerging brand makes it to World Cup WHEN the West Indian cricket team took the field at Edgbaston in England last month,

Suburban risk

Time to pay for vital services THE fire which destroyed a significant part of Hanuabada Village in Papua New Guinea’s capital, Port