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Sa Moce lei Sisi

【2012/10/25 09:01】 Fijian Song | Trackback(0) | Comment(0)




Fijian Music -Lyrics-  



Sa Moce lei Sisi


Sa moce lei Sisi, sa moce!

Kemu i cavu na nomu i golegole.

Mai vakavuna nodra doce

So vei ira era dauvakote

Sa moce lei Sisi sa moce.



Na balu i Sisi e rui dravia

Dreu cavu vakadrau ni Tavola

So na gauna nida dausota

So e kavoro vakaca na utona

So e tavuki nona qavokavoka.


Na balu i Sisi e rui dakoba

Dreu cavu vakadreu ni kavika

Ni daukala tu na siga

Sisi na kemu i cavu dina

Sa moce lei Sisi sa moce!


So na gauna ni da yaco yani ki keri

So e saini mera masi teveli

Ni qai qiri tu na tini

So era tube i kakasivi

E nodra kavoro vei iko noqu Sisi.


Artist: Kabani











Cakau fastest in current Fiji 7s squad

 



34-year-old Cakau is the oldest and fastest in the current Digicel Fiji’s 7s training squad.

The former national sevens skipper clocked the fastest time in the short sprints during a fitness test this morning.

Cakau who was playing rugby in Sri Lanka during the Gold Coast 7s is trying to reclaim his spot in the national team for the Dubai 7s.

Cakau said he is available for selection and he cannot wait to do what he does best.

Only 23 of the 34 training member squad were present in today’s fitness test.

The 14 member team for Dubai on the 30th next month is expected to be announced next week.

 




Still no work done on burnt Levuka Public School hostel
 



Eight months on after the Levuka Public School hostel burnt to the ground there still has not been any construction works in building a new hostel.

Old Scholar and Levuka Town Council CEO Suliana Sandy said they recently had an informal board meeting where they will follow up with a letter to the Ministry of Education to see if they can step up with the rebuilding efforts of the hostel.

There are more than 70 LPS hostel students.

Education Permanent Secretary, Dr Brij Lal said he has been informed the tender board met last week and as soon as they get results construction works on the hostel will begin immediately.




=Electrical short-circuit caused LPS hostel fire=
(17:46 Mon Feb 20, 2012)

An electrical short-circuits caused the fire at the Levuka Public School dormitory on Friday afternoon, authorities have revealed.

Acting Chief Fire Officer Qionilau Moceitai says that fire investigations revealed that the fire started from the Form 4 boy’s dormitory.

The probable cause of the fire was an electrical short-circuits from the ceiling fan.

The timber and corrugated iron dormitory was completely destroyed by the fire.

There were no injuries reported.
Overcast



Weather : Showers early


Temperature
High:28℃
Low:22℃


Chance of rain: 40%
Wind: NNW at 15 mph
Humidity: 77%
UV Index: 11 - Extreme
Sunrise: 05:35 am
Moonrise: 02:22 pm
Moonphase: Waxing Gibbous


Showers early with some clearing for the afternoon.


Tomorrow
Weather:
Cloudy with occasional showers.


Temperature
High:28℃
Low:20℃


Chance of rain: 60%
Wind: WNW at 14 mph
Humidity: 81%
UV Index: 11 - Extreme
Sunrise: 05:35 am
Moonrise: 03:14 pm
Moonphase: Waxing Gibbous


Considerable cloudiness with occasional rain showers.
Weather Report for Nadi
Overcast



Night Weather : Cloudy with showers

Temperature
High:23℃
Low:22℃


Chance of rain: 50%
Wind: NNW at 7 mph
Humidity: 92%
UV Index: 0 - Low
Sunset: 06:14 pm
Moonset: 02:51 am
Moonphase: Waxing Crescent


Cloudy with occasional rain showers



Tomorrow Night Weather :
Showers Early.


Temperature
High:21℃
Low:20℃


Chance of rain: 40%
Wind: S at 7 mph
Humidity: 91%
UV Index: 0 - Low
Sunset: 06:14 pm
Moonset: 03:29 am
Moonphase: Waxing Gibbous



Rain showers in the evening, then clear overnight.
Nadi 天気予報

 




Stay away
 



The tail of a humpback whale inside Naivakamatuku lagoon where a group of whales were sighted for some weeks.


VILLAGERS of Dravuwalu, Totoya in Lau have been advised to stay away from the 15-metre humpback whale that has been seen in the nearby Naivakamatuku lagoon for about a month.

It is understood two whales were stranded in the same lagoon but one managed to swim free.

The one remaining in the lagoon continues to swim around the 10-metre deep lagoon located at the bottom of the bay at Dravuwalu.

This newspaper has established that this is not the first time whales have found themselves stranded in the same lagoon.

The last one was in 1996 where a humpback whale was also stranded.

And also way back in the 1980s, a sperm whale was stranded in Udu Village with villagers collecting 47 whalestooth.

Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society's Dr Cara Miller, who is on the island, has advised villagers that the stranded whale is not a sperm whale but a humpback.

She said this whale used its tail and fin as weapons.

"Villagers should not go closer to the humpback whale because it can be dangerous and it also carries diseases," Dr Miller said.

She has also been conducting workshops in Dravuwalu, Tovu, and Ketei on conservation of whales and dolphins.

Roko sau of Totoya Josefa Cinavilakeba said they were also working on a study to find out what attracted whales to that lagoon.

Villagers have been frequenting the lagoon to see this magnificent creature and it performs every time there is an audience. The villagers also tried to assist the whale out of the lagoon but failed, and they have decided to leave it alone until such time when it is able to swim freely out into the open.

Adult humpback whales, found in oceans and seas around the world, range in length from 12 to 16 metres and weighs about 36,000kg.

They typically migrate up to 25,000 kilometres each year. They feed only in summer, in polar waters, and they migrate to tropical and subtropical waters to breed and give birth in the winter, says Wikipedia, the free online encyclopedia.







  


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Coordinated Universal Time is based on International Atomic Time (TAI), a time standard calculated using a weighted average of signals from atomic clocks located in nearly 70 national laboratories around the world.[1] The only difference between the two is that UTC is occasionally adjusted by adding a leap second in order to keep it within one second of UT1, which is defined by the Earth's rotation. In the 50 years up to and including 2011, a total of 34 leap seconds have been added; a 35th leap second is scheduled to be added on 30 June 2012.[2]
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Boeing 747-400_706                                                                Boeing 737-700_336

Today's International Arrivals & Departures at Nadi internationale Airport

Thursday, 25 October 2012 09:00:00 AM


                                                                                                                             
Arrival Log

*STA: Scheduled Time Arrival | *ETA: Estimated Time Arrival | *B73H: Boeing 737-800 (Winglets) | *B73W: Boeing 737-700 (Winglets)

Flight NoAircraftSTAETAOriginGate
FJ811B747-400 DQ-FJL05:10 LAX 
FJ922B737-800 DQ-FJH05:25 BNE 
FJ914B737-800 DQ-FJH11:20 SYD 
FJ230B737-700 DQ-FJF13:00 TRW 
NZ56 B777-200 ZK-OKA14:45 AKL 
DJ175B737-800 ZK-PBG15:55 BNE 
DJ195B737-800 ZK-PBI16:20 MEL 
DJ157B737-800 ZK-PBK16:55 SYD 
FJ920B737-800 DQ-FJM17:00 BNE 
FJ410B747-400 DQ-FJK17:05 AKL 
FJ910B737-800 DQ-FJH18:45 SYD 
NZ754A320-232 ZK-OJO19:35 AKL 

B747-400/DQ-FJK  B747-400/DQ-FJL  B737-700/DQ-FJF  B737-800/DQ-FJG  B73H/DQ-FJH  B737-800/DQ-FJM  ATR42-500/DQ-PSA  ATR42-500/DQ-PSB  Twin Otter/DQ-FIE  Islander/DQ-FCX





Departure Log

*STD: Scheduled Time Departure | *ETD: Estimated Time Departure | *B73H: Boeing 737-800 (Winglets) | *B73W: Boeing 737-700 (Winglets)

Flight NoAircraftSTDETDDest.Gate
FJ231B737-700 DQ-FJF06:00 TRW 
FJ921B737-800 DQ-FJM08:1508:31BNE 
FJ911B737-800 DQ-FJH09:0009:00SYD 
FJ411B747-400 DQ-FJK09:4509:51AKL 
IE703A320-211 H4-BUS11:0010:42HIR 
FJ915B737-800 DQ-FJG13:30 SYD 
FJ413B737-700 DQ-FJF14:30 AKL 
NZ57 B777-200 ZK-OKA14:45 AKL 
DJ176B737-800 ZK-PBG16:45 BNE 
DJ194B737-800 ZK-PBI17:15 MEL 
DJ156B737-800 ZK-PBK17:45 SYD 
FJ931B737-800 DQ-FJH18:40 MEL 
NZ755A320-232 ZK-OJO20:35 AKL 
FJ810B747-400 DQ-FJK22:30 LAX 

B747-400/DQ-FJK  B747-400/DQ-FJL  B737-700/DQ-FJF  B737-800/DQ-FJG  B73H/DQ-FJH  B737-800/DQ-FJM  ATR42-500/DQ-PSA  ATR42-500/DQ-PSB  Twin Otter/DQ-FIE  Islander/DQ-FCX


Boeing 737-800_395                        

List of airports by IATA code and ICAO code
IATA ICAO Airport name Location served  Country Other
AKL NZAA AucklandAirport Mangere, New Zealand
APW NSFA Faleolo International Airport Apia, Upolu Island, Samoa
BNE YBBN Brisbane Airport Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
CHC NZCH Christchurch International Airport Christchurch, New Zealand
CXI PLCH Cassidy International Airport Christmas Island,Kiribati
FUN NGFU Funafuti International Airport Funafuti, Tuvalu
HIR AGGH Honiara International Airport Guadalcanal Island, Solomon Islands
HKG VHHH Hong Kong International Airport Chek Lap Kok, Hong Kong (succeeded Kai Tak Airport)
HND RJTT Haneda Airport Tokyo, Japan
HNL PHNL Honolulu International Airport Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
ICN RKSI Incheon International Airport Incheon, South Korea
INU ANYN Nauru International Airport Yaren, Nauru
LAX KLAX Los Angeles International Airport Los Angeles, California, United States
MEL YMML Melbourne Airport Melbourne, Australia
NAN NFFN Fiji Nadi International Airport Nadi, Fiji Islands
NOU NWWW La Tontouta International Airport Noumea, New Caledonia
NRT RJAA Narita International Airport Narita (near Tokyo) (formerly New Tokyo)
OOL YBCG Gold Coast Airport Coolangatta, Queensland, Australia
PER YPPH Perth Airport Western Australia
POM AYPY Jacksons International Airport Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea (Port Moresby Airport)
SUV NFNA Fiji Nausori International Airport Suva / Nausori, Viti Levu, Fiji
SYD YSSY Sydney Airport Sydney, Australia
TBU NFTF Fua'amotu International Airport Nuku alofa, Tongatapu, Tonga
TRW NGTA Bonriki International Airport Tarawa, Kiribati
VLI NVVV Bauerfield International Airport Port Vila, Vanuatu
WLG NZWN Wellington International Airport Wellington, New Zealand (Wild at Heart )
WLS NLWW Hihifo Airport Wallis and Futuna

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