From the Editor-in-Chief’s desk: Your March 27 briefing



It has been a very long week for some of us, and it is good to be back home.

From sunny Nadi to the busy Capital City… phew!

The big story on the front page of The Fiji Times for Monday, March 27, is about the revelation that remittances raked in by Fiji over the past calendar year amount to $1billion, with about $30million to $60m coming in from sportsmen and women contracted abroad.


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  • MELBOURNE have won a helter-skelter Super Rugby Pacific clash against Queensland with the lead changing hands six times at AAMI Park. The Rebels were in front when it counted, running in six tries to five to post a thrilling 40-34 victory in their Saturday night clash.

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  • IN a field dominated by men, it was never going to be easy for a woman to adjust to it, forget about being one of the best. The Fiji Times photographer Sophie Ralulu had other ideas on her mind, being a women photographer among men always inspire her.

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  • RUGBY Australia and the NSW Waratahs have confirmed the signing of Sydney Roosters outside back Joseph Suaalii. The deal will see the 19-year-old join Rugby Union from October 2024 until at least the end of 2027 Rugby World Cup.


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