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    7s coach

7s coach

Written By : Anasa Gade Suva. Our sevens coach wants the team to retain possession at the breakdowns yet against New Zealand we always came out second best in terms

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    Water cuts in Lautoka

Water cuts in Lautoka

Written By : LOSALINI RASOQOSOQO. The Water Authority of Fiji (WAF) will be shutting down water supply to inter-connection in Lautoka today to allow for operational works to be carried

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    Talebula starts for Maroons

Talebula starts for Maroons

Written By : VUNIWAQA BOLA. Young Metuisela Talebula will start for Lautoka this afternoon when they face Suva at the TFL National Stadium in a Digicel Cup clash. The former

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    Scrap metal

Scrap metal

Written By : Savenaca Vaka Nasinu. It is sad to read that despite a drowning incident on Monday as a result of people trying to extract scrap metal from derelict

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    The ref is always right

The ref is always right

Written By : ILIESA TORA. Yadra Viti! By 11pm tomorrow night we will either be celebrating a long overdue 7s win or cursing what could or should have been. It

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    Council briefed  on framework

Council briefed on framework

Written By : SOURCE: MINISTRY OF INFORMATION. Director of Provincial Development Tevita Boseiwaqa clarified details of the new Integrated Rural Development Framework to the Rewa Rural District Development Council in

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    Litter fines

Litter fines

Written By : Aben Dean Suva. It’s good to see Suva City council advertise litter fines on TV. But I wonder how many people have been fined to date!. The

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    Ministry launches health walk

Ministry launches health walk

Written By : SOURCE: MINISTRY OF INFORMATION. The Ministry of Health will launch its exercise programme, ‘Move for Health Walk’ today. The launch will begin with a walk from Umaria

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    Records tumble  at Nadi zone

Records tumble at Nadi zone

Written By : CHRISTOPHER CHAND. A new chapter was created in the history of the Nadi Secondary Schools Athletics when 24 new records were set during the two day meet

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LAND GIFT

  LAND GIFT

Written By : SHIRI LATA. The Government yesterday gave our three fellow Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG) nations land in Suva.

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Namadi home partly burned

  Namadi home partly burned

Written By : KERESI NAUWAKARAWA. A family thanked their lucky stars after firefighters prevented their three bedroom home from being

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Palm oil generates investor interest

  Palm oil generates investor interest

Written By : SOURCE: MINISTRY OF INFORMATION. Positive vibes were generated in talks between stakeholders and Malaysian investors at a

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Vanuatu PM tours CWM hospital

  Vanuatu PM tours CWM hospital

Written By : LOSALINI RASOQOSOQO. Vanuatu Prime Minister Sato Kilman hopes to improve the health system in his country after

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Fiji signs agreement with Vanuatu police

  Fiji signs agreement with Vanuatu police

Written By : SOURCE: MINISTRY OF INFORMATION. The Fiji Police Force has signed an agreement to assist the Vanuatu Police

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All Saints claim title yet again

  All Saints claim  title yet again

Written By : SHRATIKA NAIDU. All Saints Secondary School yesterday retained the Macuata One zone meet title for the fourth

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Indonesians want close co-operation

  Indonesians want close co-operation

Written By : Source: Radio New Zealand International. Indonesia says it wants greater co-operation with Pacific Island countries including Fiji

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Graduates will help develop the West

  Graduates will help develop the West

Written By : ANA MADIGIBULI. About 132 participants graduated from the University of the South Pacific Lautoka Campus yesterday. They

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Marist, Grammar retain titles

  Marist, Grammar  retain titles

Written By : ANASILINI RATUVA. Marist Brothers’ High School and Suva Grammar School have successfully defended their title in this

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Mawi appointed roving envoy

  Mawi appointed roving envoy

Written By : SOURCE: MINISTRY OF INFORMATION. The Public Service Commission with the concurrence of the Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe

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Northland shrugs off Tailevu

  Northland shrugs off Tailevu

Written By : VUNIWAQA BOLA. The Uprising Northland rugby team shrugged off a determined Tailevu side at Ratu Cakobau Park

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Natabua, Jasper champs in Lautoka

  Natabua, Jasper champs in Lautoka

Written By : CHRISTOPHER CHAND. Natabua High School and Jasper Williams High School respectively won the boys and girls divisions

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Kilman thanks Bainimarama

  Kilman thanks Bainimarama

Written By : SOURCE: MINISTRY OF INFORMATION. Vanuatu’s Prime Minister Sato Kilman paid a courtesy visit to his Fiji counterpart

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Convictions over Ashika sinking

  Convictions over Ashika sinking

Written By : Source: PACNEWS. The four men convicted in relation to the sinking of the Tonga inter-island ferry, MV

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Seavula tops inter sprints

  Seavula tops inter sprints

Written By : ANASILINI RATUVA. National rep and Saint Joseph Secondary sprint champ Sisilia Seavula won the intermediate girls 100

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Monetary policy stance remains unchanged

  Monetary policy stance remains unchanged

Written By : Source: RESERVE BANK OF FIJI. Following the the Reserve Bank of Fiji board meeting March 31, the

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World water day boost for FIJI Water

  World water day boost for FIJI Water

Written By : Source: FIJI Water. World Water Day (March 22) became even more special for Fiji with a FIJI

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Banuve stamps his mark

  Banuve stamps his mark

Written By : ANASILINI RATUVA. Marist Bothers’ High School sprint king Banuve Tabakaucoro stepped up his challenge for the Powerade

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Government receives $38.9m from RBF

  Government receives $38.9m from RBF

Written By : SHIRI LATA. Government received $38.9 million from the Reserve Bank of Fiji yesterday. This amount comprises of

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Lions thump Lautoka

  Lions thump Lautoka

Written By : CHRISTOPHER CHAND. Puma Labasa has extended its lead in the FijiSun/ Weet-Bix National Football League to six

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you said it
"I support it 200 percent, I am with FRU, the country and the people of Fiji. We want to bid to get one of the HSBC stops in Fiji."
Waisale Serevi
Sevens Legend
April 2011
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