Mai na Evereli ki na Noveba UNAISI RATUBALAVU | Monday, September 11, 2017

Update: 10:40AM E na nona vosa tiko na Peresitedi ni noda vanua, o Joji Konrote ena siga Moniti, e vakaraitaka kina ni na vakayacori na veidigidigi ena dua na gauna mai na Evereli ki na Noveba ni yabaki ka tu mai.

Tukuna ni sa vakacagau sara tiko na nodratou veiqaravi na cakacaka ena valenivolavola ni veidigidigi, ena kena vakacakacakataki o ira na lewenivanua ena kena qaravi na veidigidigi levu e Viti.

 Kaya ni nona vakaitavi oqo, e sa i otioti ni nodra dolava na wasewase vou e Palimedi ena ruku ni veiliutaki ni Fiji First  ni bera ni da vavaca tale e dua na veidigidigi ni matanitu.

 Kaya ni veidigidigi ena vakayacori ena yabaki mai oqo, e sai karua ni veidigidigi me vakayacori ena ruku ni Yavu ni Vakavulewa ni  2013.

E kaya ni Yavu ni Vakavulewa e matata vinaka, ena kena vakayacori na veidigidigi me rawa kina ni soli tiko kina veisoqosoqo vakapolitiki me ra na veiqatitaka na i tutu ni veiliutaki ni matanitu, se rawa ni ra rawata vakavinaka na i tavi era sa qarava tiko mai.

 Na nodra dabe na lewe 50 na noda lewe ni Palimedi ena tekivutaki tiko ena Moniti ni macawa mai oqo.

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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.