Dr. Katrina Iggleston

Bringing Fiji’s Museum closer to young people

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By Sera Tikotikovatu-Sefeti Fiji’s newly re-opened museum is focusing on bringing young people closer to its collection through a pioneering workshop programme called museums, objects, and culture. The Fiji Museum’s Head of Special Projects, Dr. Katrina Iggleston, says the workshop looks into how youth can be more empowered and engaged in a museum setting, in […]

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Seventh Heaven

Seventh Heaven in the Mamanucas

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By Kite Pareti A few beers and a pen….and Fiji’s newest floating bar and restaurant came alive. Located in the turquoise waters of the Mamanucas – Seventh Heaven – is a F$4million investment by four New Zealanders: Eddy and Martin Rotteveel, John Cornwell, and Glen Matheson. With a jumping platform, massage rooms, kitchen and bar, […]

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Malamala

Marking time at Malamala

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By Lata Yaqona One of the many beauties of Fiji’s first island beach club is that you can do as little or as much as you want with no pressure at all. It is a short 25-minute boat ride from the Denarau Marina to Malamala Beach Club where  the laid back vibe of the island […]

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Seven Days, Many Islands and Lagoons, One Ocean

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Explorer James Cook reached the Lau Island group in 1774. Exactly 247 years later, Fiji-based blogger Ben Wheeler took a Captain Cook Cruises ship to said island group. This is the record of his voyage. Preparation Call me Benjamin. Some weeks ago – never mind how long precisely – having little or no money in […]

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Taveuni reef

Diving Taveuni’s white wall

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Words by Ariela Zibiah Photos by Lisa Kingsberry Fiji has some of the globe’s most enviable and internationally renowned dive sites, and to dive in the Somosomo Strait, home to the White Wall and the Rainbow Reef, is bucket-list level for divers around the world. The Rainbow Reef is essentially a channel between Taveuni Island […]

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Walking a legend

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Words: Talai Narisia Photos: Tourism Fiji I gasped and held my breath when Misi called my name. Misi is the priest in charge of the firewalking ceremony unfolding before guests of Beqa Lagoon Resort. As I made my way forward, I fear the stinging, unbearable heat from the hot white stones. The spectators are a […]

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