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Autumnal Equinox: Why? Who? How?

Posted: September 26, 2015 at 3:46 am   /   Culture

Winter is almost here! We’ve blown away the longest day of the year with the summer solstice in June and we had the autumnal equinox on Wednesday; the day when the sun directly passes on the equator. The equinox marks the end to the long days of summer in the northern hemisphere and also commences […]

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Keith Vaz joined an all-party Parliamentary group on Fiji

Posted: June 10, 2013 at 8:33 pm   /   Culture

By Patrick Sawer With more than 50 different nationalities and ethnic minorities Leicester is among the most diverse cities in Britain. Its Indian population is one of Britain’s largest, there is a significant Afro-Caribbean presence and the local Polish community traces its roots in the area back to World War Two, when several thousand arrived […]

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Liquidsilva in Fiji

Posted: February 17, 2009 at 9:43 pm   /   Culture

International rapper Liquidsilva is currently visiting the country. He is here to shoot a video and has performed in some of the popular night spots in the Capital City. Liquidsilva visited the FBCL this morning and had this to say about Fiji. “It’s really nice. It’s really warm humid. But it’s beautiful. The scenery is […]

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Fiji to be the South Pacific Hollywood

Posted: July 25, 2008 at 9:44 pm   /   Culture

Fiji is to become the Hollywood of the South Seas. Fiji Audio Visual Commission C-E-O Dan Bolea says the commission’s vision is to turn Fiji into the Hollywood of the South Pacific. The FAVC wants Fiji to be known as Bulawood. Bolea made the comments today at the launching of this year’s Kula Film Awards […]

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