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    Fiji chairs G77

Fiji chairs G77

Ban Ki-moon praises progress By MAIKA BOLATIKI The ministerial meeting of the Group of 77 and China in New York yesterday endorsed Fiji as its chair for 2013. This was

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    Students happy with common name

Students happy with common name

By FONUA TALEI A Levuka Public School student has submitted to the Constitution Commission that all Fiji citizens should be called Fijians. Ashna Naidu told the Commission that “All people

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    Forces honour St Michael

Forces honour St Michael

By FONUA TALEI Fiji security personnel’s, family, and friends celebrated and commemorated the feast day of St Michael, the patron saint of warriors yesterday. Held at the Sacred Heart Cathedral

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    Speeding tops  booking list

Speeding tops booking list

By MERE NALEBA The Fiji Police Force and Land Transport Authority will soon investigate more than 2700 drivers booked for various traffic offences. Out of the 2712 drivers that were

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    Police floats brighten Lautoka, hundreds witness procession

Police floats brighten Lautoka, hundreds witness procession

By LITIA MATHEWSELL Undeterred by the gloomy weather hundreds lined the streets of Lautoka yesterday to watch the colourful float parade marking the end of the week-long police Crime Prevention

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    She Steele’s the show

She Steele’s the show

By MERE NALEBA Sigatoka girl, Phillipa Steele, was crowned the Fiji Sun/GP Batteries Police Divisional Crime Prevention carnival queen last night ahead of six other contestants. The youngest of the

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    Stop job attack: PM’s  call to union heads

Stop job attack: PM’s call to union heads

By MERE NALEBA The Prime Minister, Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama, last night called on trade union leaders who are visiting overseas and damaging Fiji’s reputation to end their assault on the

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    Many witness  guard ceremony

Many witness guard ceremony

By FONUA TALEI The wet, gloomy weather failed to dampen spirits yesterday as locals and visitors alike lined the Suva seawall beside the Suva Bowling Club to witness the month-end

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    Yellow Ribbon ‘stays’

Yellow Ribbon ‘stays’

By MAIKA BOLATIKI The Fiji Corrections Services (FCS) has confirmed that the Yellow Ribbon programme will not be reviewed following the prison break incident a fortnight ago. Amid the questions

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Naisoso unveils five-star luxury living

  Naisoso unveils five-star luxury living

By JYOTI PRATIBHA A one-of-its-kind four-bedroom five star resort inspired Riverfront Villa was unveiled on Friday night at Naisoso Island

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Single mother takes leap of faith in business

  Single mother takes leap  of faith in business

By RANOBA BAOA The Pacific Market Day at the University of the South Pacific Laucala Campus is creating oppotunities. Just

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GDP increase by 1.9 per cent

  GDP increase by 1.9 per cent

By ELLEN STOLZ Fiji’s 2011 1.9 per cent increase in Real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) has been attributed to various

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Meade leaves Tourism Fiji, Pflieger fills in

  Meade leaves Tourism Fiji, Pflieger fills in

By ELLEN STOLZ Tourism Fiji chairman Dave Pflieger has taken on the role of executive chairman until a new chief

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Awards win encourages company to do better

  Awards win encourages  company to do better

By ELLEN STOLZ Not bad for a first try. Re-applying this year under the Forest category are the winners of

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Ratu Inoke tells UN: Our Fijian labour reforms protect workers

  Ratu Inoke tells UN: Our Fijian labour reforms protect workers

Strong speech as unionists threaten 15,000 jobs here By ELLEN STOLZ In a speech to the United Nations General Assembly

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Flaw in 90/97 Constitution

  Flaw in 90/97  Constitution

Ulaiasi Dauvunau Lautoka Firstly and foremost – I would like to thank God in using Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama (PM) and

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Prison break

  Prison break

Nardeo Mishra Suva A lot has been said about the recent prison break-out but should we only blame the prisoners.

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Rights

  Rights

Petero Talenabose Suva I thank the authorities for the quick action in apprehending the five escapees and those allegedly connected

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Reasonable force

  Reasonable force

Semi Qarau Nabua I write in reply to the letter that was published in the Fiji Sun (28/9) by Mr

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Violence, escaped prisoners

  Violence, escaped  prisoners

Professor Wadan Narsey Suva Many letters have been written attacking Shamima Ali’s call for the protection of the human rights

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Do Urai, Anthony care for all?

  Do Urai, Anthony care for all?

The Government of Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama upholds the rights of all Fijian workers. This was part of the

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Russia, Fiji talk over growth

  Russia, Fiji talk  over growth

By MAIKA  BOLATIKI Ratu Inoke Kubuabola yesterday met with the Foreign Minister of the Russian Federation, Sergei Lavrov. The meeting

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We stay true: Ratu Inoke

  We stay true: Ratu Inoke

By MAIKA BOLATIKI Fiji has endured criticism and a degree of isolation at the hands of some of our previously

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Fiji, NZ, Australia discuss 2014 polls

  Fiji, NZ, Australia discuss 2014 polls

By MAIKA  BOLATIKI Fiji, Australia and New Zealand continued their trilateral discussions in New York. The Minister for Foreign Affairs

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91 pass APTC

  91 pass APTC

By RINU SHYYAM It was a moment of truth for 91 students of the Australia-Pacific Technical College (APTC) at the

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Fun day at Stella Maris

  Fun day at  Stella Maris

By RINU SHYYAM It was a day of activities at Stella Maris Primary School in Suva yesterday as the school

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Fun day at Stella Maris

  Fun day at  Stella Maris

By RINU SHYYAM It was a day of activities at Stella Maris Primary School in Suva yesterday as the school

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Author echoes child, sex abuse fight

  Author echoes child, sex abuse fight

By MAIKELI SERU The author of the book, ‘Amma … a frail wooden door’, Amitesh R Deo, a Fijian, is

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Youths pen submission

  Youths pen submission

By FONUA TALEI Youths of the Christian Mission Fellowship church packed the DeVos On The Park conference room yesterday for

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