Toki ki na Brisbane o Rauluni VILIAME RAVAI | Monday, June 19, 2017

ESA na la'ki veituberi tiko o Mosese Rauluni na kavetani e liu ni timi ni Vodafone Flying Fijians ena timi ni Brisbane South ena i tutu ni dauniveivakatavulici ena tataqomaki.

O Rauluni esa qitotaki Viti oti vaka va sagavulu ka va ka qito tale ga ena timi ni Saracens mai Igiladi. A mani veituberi talega vakalailai ena timi ni Viti.

Na timi ni South era a qito kina vakalevu na gone ni Pasivika ka ra qito atlega kina e levu na gone ni Viti ka marautaka o Rauluni ni sa na lewena talega.

E vakaraitaka ena tabana ni itukutuku ni Reds o Rauluni ni marautaka na nona mai tiki talega ni soqosoqo ni qito qo.

A tekivu rogo o Rauluni ena timi e Brisbane kei na East ka marautaka na nona awa ni mai vakaitavi tale ena vuku ni rakavi e Brisbane.

Ena gauna a qiriti Rauluni mai kina o Elia Tuqiri ena vuku ni itutu oya a marautaka sara o koya me na vakaitavi kina.

E tukuna o Rauluni ni taleitaka sara na nona rawa ni gole lesu ki Brisbane me na laki vakaitavi ena qito ka ni a tekivu ga mai kina na nona qito rakavi.

E kaya ni na vukei ira na gone ni Viti era qito tiko mai Brisbane me ra qito vinaka me rawa ni ra qitotaki Viti talega.

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FIJI'S iTaukei language newspaper Nai Lalakai went online on March 2nd, 2012, as it celebrated its 50th anniversary. Nai Lalakai editor Anare Ravula said this was a major milestone being the first iTaukei newspaper in the world to go online.
"This will be a great advantage for locals living overseas, particularly our readers who are soldiers and Fijians serving in the British Army," Mr Ravula said.
"I am delighted with it, it's a major project and it is a major achievement for the newspaper and greater service to our readers offshore," The Fiji Times publisher Hank Arts said. "I think the people will love it," he said.
The Fiji Times editor-in-chief Fred Wesley voiced similar sentiments and added uploading the vernacular newspaper online was part of The Fiji Times' service to its readers.
"We hope this site will assist our readers in terms of helping them understand and value the iTaukei language, culture and traditions," Mr Wesley said.