From Fiji Times Online (21 March 2013)
Rotuma crash hospitalises one
By AVINESH GOPAL Thursday, March 21, 2013 Update: 12:47PM POLICE are investigating an accident involving a three-tonne truck and a Telecom Fiji Limited vehicle in Rotuma.
The truck collided with the TFL vehicle along Coastal Road between Losa and Itumuta after it failed to negotiate a sharp bend, said police spokesman Inspector Atunaisa Sokomuri.
Insp Sokomuri said the truck was carrying 12 passengers, one of whom suffered injuries and is admitted at the Rotuma Rural Hospital.
He said the other passengers were treated and sent home. He said the two drivers were interviewed by police and released.
From Fiji Times Online (17 March 2013)
Mt St Mary' s Prefects Induction
by Shayal Devi
KAILA - PARENTAL support helped 13-year-old Cina Foster recover from the trauma after the passing away of her grandmother, and now the Rotuman lass stands proudly as the new Head Girl of Mount Saint Mary's School.
Miss Foster and Manasa Daurewa were officially inducted as the Head Girl and Head Boy at the recent Prefects Induction at the school.
The Chief Guest at the event, school manager Father Rafaele Qalovi, said it was God's calling for the prefects to lead the other students.
"God inspires and empowers leaders. Leadership is not just about influencing others. Being wise in your leadership, equipped with moral values is important - you should be able to distinguish between what is good and what is bad or evil," he said.
Mr Daurewa said he was very excited and felt challenged to lead a big school like Mount Saint Mary's School which has a roll of 600 students. He follows in the footsteps of his father, Iosefo Daurewa, a renowned drummer for the former Black Rose band - who was the head boy of Navunibitu Catholic School.
Both leaders have grand ambitions, with the Head Boy aiming to become a pilot to travel around the world and meet new people.