Yesterday the Fiji Police Force remembered 13 of its officers who lost their lives in the line of duty in the past year.
LITERALLY there are natural ways to observe nature as an indication of an approaching occurrence.
Another carjacking has occurred, this time at Tikaram Place in Tamavua.
I often hear of vessels that are no longer seaworthy being scuttled and sunk in deep waters.
The incidents of home invasion should not be taken lightly.
I believe in a show of true democracy, the two presidential hopefuls, Mr Trump and Ms Clinton took to the stage in the first of many debates to come.
The middle lane between the start of Sitar Rd junction and Mt St Mary's School is now becoming more of a drag strip for drivers who are always in a hurry during peak morning rush hour traffic.
The 2016 Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings List was released last week listing over 980 international universities from 79 countries and ranking them on four indicators — teaching, research, knowledge transfer and international outlook.
Let us go back to memory lane this month of September last year.
I am wondering what is it that is taking FEA so long to commission power supply to the greater Taveuni area?
I've seen a few trees along the Wairabetia bend in Lautoka that have notices pinned on them advising people not to litter in the area and that offenders will be prosecuted as a result of not abiding by the warning.
Homeowners must be empowered in many ways to be able to adequately defend themselves against thugs.
When death stares at you, what do you do?
Reading through the article by Shalveen Chand titled "Hope for Koro islanders," in The Fiji Times 26/06/16, I was touched by the experience shared by Edyta Materka, a Polish volunteer.
Yesterday's headline shows a rather sad sight of the RFNS Kiro languishing on Cakauyawa Reef near Makuluva. I submit that, sadder still, is the trail of how "the ship's rope" is being passed around as reported.
Kava competitionWhat an absurd suggestion to have a grog drinking competition. How about something constructive like planting, cleaning competition. Au le!
REGULARLY the cement factories at Wailekutu receive shipments of clinker which are transported by 20-tonne trucks night and day from Walu Bay to the respective factory receiving the shipment at the time.
We refer to Satish Nakched's letter on "Consumer protection", published in The Fiji Times, dated September 27, 2016.
Some relatives in Lautoka have been house hunting for months.
This is in response to Neelz Singh's letter to the editor of September 24, 2016.
I must commend the organisers of the Vodafone Rakiraki Carnival for taking the initiative to organise a carnival based on the theme "Building resilience to natural disasters".
Fighting crime is not easy work. There is an expectation by people that, to some extent, places the work of our security forces on a very high plane.