Recently Fiji has witnessed a sudden increase in glue sniffing cases, most if not all cases reported by our local news papers involved our very own school kids from as young as 12 years or even younger. As parents this is very concerning and even the relevant authorities were probably overwhelmed with this sudden out break in the form of students being caught at the Suva Bus Station, parks and even in schools either high on glue or were caught actually in the process of sniffing glue. As a… Continue
Added by Matavesi on July 23, 2009 at 12:00am —
Women have a well placed role in our society. Male chauvenist comes in all shapes and sizes without realisation or sin of omission or commission(God forbid) denegrates women into role demeaning by standards of Human dignity.
But to both sexes, gender roles is supposed to be shared,enjoyed and a jewel to both partakers.
When the spouses know the beauty of sharing, of enjoying and also to have a servanthood heart for one another, LOVE will have no… Continue
Added by Apete Naitini on July 15, 2009 at 7:24am —
I have gotten this masterpiece from the NYtimes. compliments of Family Research Conucil. There are same sex marriage arranged and performed and championed by a societal minority. Their campaign have floated the idea that its okay and should be accepted.
On human rights they have all its backing but on ethic and moral justice, its a violation to the core of family values and dignity. In the secular arena its the order of the day, since in the secular or plural world everything is… Continue
Added by Apete Naitini on July 14, 2009 at 9:30am —
THe most extraordinary thing about the oyster is this.
Irritations get into her shell
She does not like them. BUT when she cannot get rid of them, she uses the irritation to do the loveliest thing an oyster ever has the chance to do.
If there are irritations in our lives today, there is only one prescription:
make a pearl
Added by nesian wahine on July 12, 2009 at 8:04pm —
i'm not very big
in fact i'm very small
i sit on ur shoulders
and i hear wen u call
i go everywhere wid u
though u cant see me
i'm wid u always
even in ur dreams
i share ur laughter
dry ur tears wen u cry
and everyday m so proud
cause i can see how hard you try
i dnt have a name
and i'll never grow older
but, for as long as u live
i'll be ur little angel on ur shoulders
Added by purebreed_kaiRha on July 11, 2009 at 9:48pm —
There is a non-for-profit organisation that stood in the begining of Fijitimes who through out Fiji's transitional ascendency have contributed immensly to the soul of the country, the fabric of the diversity of religion, culture, the laying down of the warclubs in tribal and confederate rivalry and being the silent but empowering partners in the Declaration of Independence of the Fiji State. It was this non for profit organisation who have reperesented others of the same club of religious… Continue
Added by Apete Naitini on July 8, 2009 at 10:00pm —
Does anyone out there really know the reason why is this IG up against the FHL.
Questions I will pose
1. How was the FHL started?
2. Who is FHL answerable to?
3. Has it done violated anyrules of investment?
4. Has it shortchanged the investors
5. Has it taken and not return any of your dime?
Is this a personal vendetta of those in powers to get rid of those successful in business and this is a question I will pose
Is this hunt for… Continue
Added by Apete Naitini on July 4, 2009 at 9:30am —
Wednesday, June 17, 2009
Update: 5:56PM Fiji is one of two Pacific Island countries that remain a source country for child trafficking for the purposes of labour and commercial sexual exploitation, says the US State Department's 2009 report on Human Trafficking.
The report, released today by US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, noted that Fiji was one of 17 countries whose "governments do not fully comply with the minimum standards and are not making significant efforts… Continue
Added by Apete Naitini on July 2, 2009 at 6:20pm —
Responding to Vesi's inquiry about her lost family. My name is Ana Tuione, married to Folau Tuione who is the oldest son of Faivavale Tuione mentioned earlier. I have heard stories of where grandma Faivavale came from. She is a decendant of Ta'ufo'ou and Isikeli Tui'one. I don't have my geneology written down yet on my husband's side, so I will try and put them down on paper before I post anything here that is not correct.
The late Meliame Tuione Vehikite Roberts, is the oldest… Continue
Added by Ana Tuione on July 1, 2009 at 9:02am —
"TO HAVE THE BEST HEALTH IN LIFE"
And I John saw the Holy City, New Jerusalem, coming down from God out of Heaven prepared as a bride adorned for her husband.
THE NEW HEAVEN:
Most of us do not spend very much time giving consideration to life beyond this life on earth. Perhaps this is because all of our treasures are in this world and we are living as if we are creatures of one world.
Jesus warned his disciples against the peril of… Continue
Added by Inoke Raikadroka on July 1, 2009 at 6:45am —