In long-standing Fijian custom, each tribe has its own series of totems which usually include a fish, a bird, and a tree. “Nuqa”, the spinefoot rabbitfish are the traditional totemic fish of Yavusa Naisaqai, including Waitabu village.[Read more…]
Submitted to the Graduate Faculty of the Kenneth P. Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy.
Defended and approved on March 16th, 2015[Read more…]
Villagers of Waitabu in Taveuni came together today before Fiji’s first match against Japan at the Olympic Games in Tokyo to cheer on one of their own.
Young national rep Iosefo Masi is from Waitabu and he also scored a try against Japan which caused more reason to celebrate for the whole village.[Read more…]
Waitabu Marine Park is highlighted in this paper published in Ecological Economics – Volume 171, May 2020, 106607[Read more…]
So we were looking about in our DVD’s and found the original Quiksilver Reef Check video from 2004 🙂 So thought we’d share it 🙂[Read more…]