Fiji Time: 11:16 AM on Thursday 24 August

Fiji Times Logo

/ Front page / News

Bainimarama commends Natabua cadets

By SHAYAL DEVI
Friday, August 08, 2014

Update: 2:50PM ABOUT 1102 students participated in Natabua High Schools cadets passing out parade this morning.

Prime Minister Rear Admiral (Ret) Voreqe Bainimarama attended the event and commended the students on the exceptional skills put on display.

He said the students had learnt important lessons about discipline, honour and honesty.

You are part of a long tradition that spans back to 1952 the longest history of cadet passing out in Fiji, he said.

"You join the ranks of more than 12,000 cadets who have gone before you over the past 62 years. They've created a very strong legacy here at the school that you are now a part of."  

with body








Fiji Times Front Page Thumbnail

Kaila Front Page ThumbnailFiji Times & Kaila Frontpage PDF Downloads

Use the free Acrobat Reader to view.

Westpac
Code Inward TTs Outward TTs
CAD 0.62650.6075
JPY 55.011552.0115
GBP 0.38830.3803
EUR 0.42250.4105
NZD 0.69740.6644
AUD 0.63460.6096
USD 0.50080.4838

from

$0.00

Exchange Rate updated on 22nd, August, 2017

Today's Most Read Stories

  1. Mother of baby seeks answers after routine clinic visit
  2. Principal education officer posts review
  3. NFP tells unions to rise
  4. Labour: Nothing wrong with transferring principals
  5. State will assess teachers
  6. Church feeds hungry
  7. Chief challenges iTaukei to uphold ties
  8. Mill breaks down
  9. Sealed roads to benefit 2000
  10. Help single mothers, women's centre urges

Top Stories this Week

  1. A farmer becomes King Sunday (20 Aug)
  2. Rape claim Tuesday (22 Aug)
  3. Wedding inquiry Wednesday (23 Aug)
  4. Fatal Nadi accident Sunday (20 Aug)
  5. Thank you Fiji Monday (21 Aug)
  6. New rules for schools Friday (18 Aug)
  7. Queen of hearts Sunday (20 Aug)
  8. PC121 tragedy: Part 3 - The trauma lives on Sunday (20 Aug)
  9. $50k for dead fisherman's family Wednesday (23 Aug)
  10. People just like Vani Tuesday (22 Aug)