Beauties at the Fiji Sun
The finalists of the 2016 Miss World Fiji pageant were hosted to a morning tea by the staff of Fiji Sun at Walu Bay, Suva, yesterday. The contestants had the chance to view how the newspaper operates. The Fiji Sun is the official print media partner for the pageant.
Contestants of the 2016 Miss World Fiji Pageant yesterday had a glimpse of how the Fiji Sun is produced. This was after they were hosted to a morning tea at the Fiji Sun’s main office in Walu Bay, Suva.
Fiji Sun is the official print media partner for the pageant.
School teacher and contestant Vani Dakunivecena said the trip was educational and she would share this to her students when school resumes next week.
“This is my first time to visit, I always read Fiji Sun a lot but then I don’t know what really happens behind the scene and today’s experience was great. “I have taken pictures and I hope to share it with my students,” Ms Dakuvecena said.
Pooja Priyanka, 24, a dancer and actor from Sydney, who is among the nine women vying for the Miss World Fiji crown, said she had always wondered how stories were printed and how newspaper business was conducted.
“It’s interesting to see how people work well together here.
It is quite demanding and it’s brilliant to see how everyone here at the Fiji Sun put things together,” Ms Priyanka said
“I’ve also come to find out that the Fiji Sun cover a wide range of news stories.” The Miss World Fiji pageant crowning will be held this Saturday at the Grand Pacific Hotel in Suva.
Smashing in Red....Miss World Fiji contestants at the Fiji Sun boardroom yesterday.