Kaila

28th July

Every new skill makes you a better artist

Here is the story of a novice ukulele player. Elijah Simmons a Year 6 student of Bethel Primary School wanted so bad to learn a new skill so that he could participate in his home...

Organisation assist families with food and cash

As many parents around the country try to put food on the table for their children during this difficult time, there are organisations such as Save the Children Fiji that are providing for these families. Save the Children Fiji since the second wave of COVID-19 in April responded to more than 1000 requests for food...

Living off the land

The long school break has given Elisha Merewalesi Divoca a lot of new learning experiences on the farm as she gets to know a new life skill. The Year 3 student of Holy Family School said she had been enjoying the long school break by being at their Namama farm in Labasa. “Most of the...

22nd July

The ‘Honey Bucks’ – The liquid gold and dollars behind band’s name

Jone Salacaucau’s love affair with music began the day his father bought him a ukulele. It was in 1965 and the instrument was purchased as a present to mark Salacaucau’s sixth birthday. Even though he is a 71-year-old grandfather, he says he can still recall unwrapping the gleaming new instrument. “I didn’t know that the...

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