Marriages 2010 - 2013

From Frances & Joseph Murphy in Michigan (23 January 2014)

It is with great pleasure we announce the marriage of our daughter Lauren Elizabeth Murphy to Brian Arnold on September 28 2013 in Bay City Michigan . The newly weds honeymooned in the upper peninsula of Michigan and Costa Rica.

bride & groom
Murphy family: Joseph, Lauren, Jon & Frances

From Sarote Elaisa in Suva (24 January 2013)


Congratulations to Sapeta Mua and John Cartwright who were married in Wellington, New Zealand. Sapeta is the daughter of Jone & Elizabeth Mua. Blessings from Nanna Fotfiri Mua and all aunties, uncles & cousins from Fiji!



Congratulations on marriage of  Mr Seforana and Mrs Lesi Kauata on 17 August 2012. Hanisi and loloma to family in Fiji at Suva, Lautoka, Rotuma in  Malhaha and Itu‘muta, Lau in Vanuavatu and abroad.

See Fiji Times article for details




Michael and Corinne Mosese

From Bruce Tizard-Varcoe in England (12 July 2011)

On Saturday, 18 June 2011, family and friends attended the wedding of Corinne Hepburn and Michael Mosese (son of Henry and Litisie Mosese) at Lynton & Lynmouth Town Hall, Devon, England.

The reception took place at Heddon's Gate hotel in Parracombe, and included a presentation of tefui to the couple, and a spectacular fire dance.



Tialei and Spencer Scanlon

From  Alan & Jan in Honolulu (19 June  2011)

On Friday, 17 June, Tialei Ariana Wesley, daughter of Hiagi and Susan Wesley, married Spencer Paula Fusitoutai Scanlan at the La'ie Hawai'i Temple of the Church of the Latter-day Saints.

A lavish reception was held on the following evening in the Brigham Young Universary–Hawai'i Aloha Center Ballroom. A feast of island-style food (including two kinds of fekei) was served, and entertainment included Samoan and Tongan dancing by the groom's family, and fara-style dancing by the Rotuman contingent that was present. A Fijian group also performed a spectacular meke in honor of the bride and groom.


Ravai and Adi Kelera
Adi Kelera Cili with Ravai Fatiaki

From Fiji Times Online (5 October 2010)

TAILEVU and Flying Fijians utility back Ravai Fatiaki scored the try of his life on Saturday when he married Adi Kelera Logavatu Cili in Nausori.

Fatiaki's elder brother Joji Fatiaki said the new couple had known eather other since primary school days and were close friends before love took over.

The wedding at the Central Christian Centre at Davuilevu was attended by family, friends and relatives of couple.

Fatiaki is the youngest of the five sons of Raki Varea Fatiaki from Malhaha/Oinafa Rotuma and Ani Tuisausau Koroibanuve of Lomanikoro in Rewa. Adi Kelera, a bank officer with ANZ in Nausori is the youngest daughter of Reverend Pita Cili and Adi Ateca Logavatu of Lomanikoro.

Adi Kelera and Fatiaki both started primary education at Dilkusha.