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aqela susu suva Fiji Broadcasting Corporation TV last night aired For The Record in its new format. The first guest was Prime Minister and FijiFirst party leader Rear Admiral (Retired) Voreqe Bainimarama, host Peceli Rokotuivuna and panellists FBC Senior Journalist Edwin Nand and Fiji Sun’s Managing Editor /Training Nemani Delaibatiki. Below is an edited version [...]

Naisara is top volunteer

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Naisara is top volunteer

JYOTI PRATIBHA nADI Ufemia Naisara is the Fiji International winner of the Volunteer Early Bird Registration competition. Naisara has chosen to take the spot in the Fiji International Pro-Am, which is the pre-tournament one day competition where amateur golfers play alongside professionals. Naisara is a keen golfer having played golf at a young age. Upon [...]

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letters 17.7.14

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FijiFirst James Bachu, Sigatoka I am one of the signatories of Bainimarama’s FijiFirst Party to be in the political arena to contest the coming general elections. I will vote for FijiFirst because I think that Bainimarama practices what he preaches, he is a disciplinarian, he has brought all the races much closer, given citizens a [...]

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Letters – 29_06_2014

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Expensive drink Allen Lockington, Nadi There is a new soft drink being advertised on TV that costs $1. The $1 seems so cheap, doesn’t it? Compare it to the cost of a two-litre bottle which costs around $3. There are 5.71 bottles of 350ml in the two-litre bottle. Think before you buy. Don’t be made [...]

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JUSTINE MANNAN sUVA Fiji Broadcasting Corporation (FBC) has taken a step forward in prioritising health and needs of its staff by being the first media organisation to open a gym. FBC chief executive officer Riyaz Sayed-Khaiyum said the organisation aims to draw in the right people and wants to be one of the premier organisations [...]

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PGA TOUR – Biggest golf tourney live on FBC TV

Deal sealed for fijian telecast OF PGA Fiji international in August JUSTINE MANNAN suva The Fiji Broadcasting Corporation (FBC) and Fiji International Golf signed an agreement yesterday to telecast the Professional Golfers Association (PGA) Fiji International tournament at Natadola in August. FBC chief executive officer Riyaz Sayed-Khaiyum said this was a proud moment for television [...]

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television law for all

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New decree puts an end to the old system that allowed a single broadcaster to purchase exclusive rights The Government has finalised a decree that greatly expands access to coverage of important televised events, including sports, by requiring all of Fiji’s free-to-air television broadcasters to air them. These events include the FIFA World Cup, Rugby [...]

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FBC, Marist seal 5-year deal

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FBC, Marist seal 5-year deal

ERONI TUINACEVA SUVA The Marist Volleyball Club and the Fiji Broadcasting Corporation sealed a 5-year sponsorship deal in Suva yesterday. “We’re thankful for this sponsorship and with this commitment from FBC as it helps us continue to grow this sport,” Marist volleyball executive Save Tuivaga said. “We want to thank the assistance from the Marist [...]

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JUSTINE MANNAN suva The 2014 Junior World Championships will be aired live on FBC TV. This was revealed by Fiji Broadcasting Corporation  chief executive officer Riyaz Sayed-Khaiyum yesterday. He said most of the matches would be live at their respective times and coverage would  be free of charge. “There will be a total of 30 [...]

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OFC u20 championship FIJI GAMES LIVE  ON FBC TV

ANASILINI RATUVA sUVA The Fiji Broadcasting Corporation will provide live coverage of the OFC U20 Championship, which starts in Suva next week. This was revealed by acting FBC chief executive officer Vimlesh Sagar yesterday. Sagar said they are glad to be associated with the national team as they tried to book their berth in the [...]

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