Kaila

Teenagers feared drowned are brothers; yet to be found

The two brothers believed to have drowned in Lautoka are students of Tilak High School. They have been identified as Shivnil Singh and Shelvin Singh. It is understood they did not go to school and...

17th September

Slipway rehab

The Fiji Ships and Heavy Industries Ltd (FSHIL) for many years have been providing ship repairs, maintenance, heavy industries services and emergency slipping in Fiji and around the region. The company, a subsidiary of the Fiji Ports Corporation Ltd (FPCL), is 100 per cent owned by the corporation when it took over in 2010 with...

15th September

Police keep tab on RKS

Police continue to monitor security at Ratu Kadavulevu School (RKS) as personnel from Korovou Police Station are dispatched for daily patrols to the school. Police spokeswoman Ana Naisoro said police had been monitoring the situation at the school since students staged a protest against its principal last month. Meanwhile, parents of the 16 students sent...

14th September

A work of art: Amish created to create

Amish Naresh is an artist that featured his artwork at the French Embassy’s Artists Matter Art Exhibition at the Fiji Museum Veranda this week. The event is a charity fundraiser that featured more than 20 local artists. Name: Amish Naresh Nickname in the art world: Onesto / Alex Age: 23 Marital status: Single! Sunday Times: Amish, please share with...

13th September

Behind the News: RKS saga

We can no longer treat the problem brewing at Ratu Kadavulevu School in Tailevu lightly. Last week, I wrote about the down side of boarding schools so this week, while the topic remained hot, I decided to discuss how consultation and listening to stakeholder viewpoints are important components of education. Firstly and foremost, in terms of policy development, it...

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