Entries in #journalism (11)

Wednesday
Oct182017

It turns out I'm the city  girl

In Fiji, Frontier has two bases. One in Suva, the big city; the capital of Fiji. The place with traffic and shopping malls and one on Beqa, the kind of place that people picture when they think of Fiji.

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Thursday
Sep282017

The Fiji  Way

I met the President of Fiji, George Konrote. But don’t be too impressed, that’s just what happens in Fiji. You meet people. You talk to people you never would have back home.

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Thursday
Aug172017

First Day At  Work

My first morning awakening in Fiji was a dazed morning. After over 40 hours of travelling I was finally on Paradise Island with jet lag but it was still heavenly.

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Tuesday
Feb212017

Getting Busy In  Fiji

It’s starting to get busy here again in Fiji after the Christmas lull in volunteers and whilst it’s always nice to have company, the best part about new volunteers is the enthusiasm they bring for their projects.

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Monday
Nov072016

Fiji Journalism - Gaia Segantin 

Hello everybody, my name is Gaia and I come from Italy, Milan. I am a law student and I am 21 years old. I just finished my summer program in Fiji Island with Frontier. I volunteered as a journalist for MaiLife magazine & the Fiji Times for Fiji Airways.

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Wednesday
Oct192016

Interview With Journalist Volunteer – Matilda Buss

Intrigued to know more about the motivation of our volunteers in Suva, we asked our journalist Matilda Buss about her time here and why she decided to travel to the other side of the world!

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Monday
Sep192016

Life As a Journalism  Intern

As a Journalism graduate and as somebody who back in Britain juggled freelancing with government admin work, I found myself wanting to experience something new and exciting.

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Monday
Jul112016

Welcome to Suva - Arriving As A Journalism Intern 

Welcome to Suva! My first few days in Fiji have been completely hectic, from a 4 hour bus ride across country to the hustle and bustle of city life, its safe to say I’m glad to finally have some time to rest and write this passage for you to read.

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