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    Couple sells root crops for school essentials

Couple sells root crops for school essentials

By ANA SOVARAKI A couple from Naisogo Settlement in Sawani is selling root crops and vegetables at the Suva Market to prepare for their children’s education next year. Twenty-two-year-old Ani

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    Blood drive collects 14 units

Blood drive collects 14 units

By SALASEINI TAWAKE More lives will be saved when people around the country donate blood was the message from Colonial War Memorial Hospital blood drive at the Suva Bus Stand

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    RFMF to rebuild homes

RFMF to rebuild homes

By TALEBULA KATE Three teams from the RFMF Engineers are in the Yasawa Group assessing houses that were partly damaged or totally destroyed by Cyclone Evan and they will submit

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    Miliana: angel of Namara

Miliana: angel of Namara

By ANA SOVARAKI It has been five years now since Miliana Tuivou was first assigned to work at the Namara Nursing Station in Tailevu. She was the only Staff Nurse

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    $10K for illegal ship sinkings

$10K for illegal ship sinkings

By MAIKELI SERU People found responsible for the sinking derelict ships within Fiji waters will be fined $10,000, says the Maritime Safety Authority of Fiji (MSAF). The authority, in response

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    All action  Sylvester  Stallone

All action Sylvester Stallone

BY AJAY BHAI AMRIT Sylvester Stallone will for ever be associated with his six epic series of films, ROCKY. In this series of films he was the lead actor and

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    Ref aims high

Ref aims high

By SITERI NAVUTOVUTO Fiji’s top rugby referee James Bolabiu has set his aims high for 2013. And that is to be selected to officiate in the Rugby World Cup Sevens

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    2014 Ex-PM out, says draft

2014 Ex-PM out, says draft

‘Offenders can’t stand in elections’ By MAIKA BOLATIKI Former Prime Minister and Soqosoqo Duavata ni Lewenivanua leader Laisenia Qarase will not be eligible to contest the 2014 elections, according to

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    Chand tells: 3000 scholarships in 2013

Chand tells: 3000 scholarships in 2013

By ANA SOVARAKI The Public Service Commission (PSC) will hand out 3000 scholarships in 2013. Permanent Secretary Parmesh Chand said this is possible because of excellent repayments by previous scholarship

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Coconut Wireless

  Coconut Wireless

By Rachna Lal LEAKS SEEM PLANNED With the Constitution Commission’s consultations over, questions are now being asked. One is over

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Ex-clerk jailed for $64.5k theft

  Ex-clerk jailed  for $64.5k theft

By FONUA TALEI A former Republic of Fiji Military Forces clerical officer was sentenced to two years imprisonment yesterday for

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Police probe $50K theft

  Police probe $50K theft

By MAIKELI SERU Police are investigating the alleged theft of $50,000 from a bank in Suva last week. Police say

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BRED BANK GROWING

  BRED BANK GROWING

Expansion plans in Nausori, Nakasi, Nadi, Lautoka, Ba By RACHNA LAL Just about two months after opening its doors in

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Ban on scrap metal trade to continue

  Ban on scrap metal  trade to continue

By RACHNA LAL The Permanent Secretary for Industry and Trade and the Licensing Authority for scrap metal trade, Shaheen Ali

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Red carpet event for Table No 21 in Suva

  Red carpet event for  Table No 21 in Suva

By RACHNA LAL Suva will be gearing up for something special next week. The Bollywood movie Table No 21, shot

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Matson takes over Reef, eyes islands

  Matson takes over Reef, eyes islands

By ELLEN STOLZ An American shipping operator, Matson Shipping, has stepped in to buy Auckland-based company Reef Group. The National

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Firms keen to shift regional headquarters here, A-G confirms

  Firms keen to shift  regional headquarters  here, A-G confirms

ANZ plans move from Melbourne by March By ELLEN STOLZ A number of international firms have shown interest to shift

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Don’t take it out on your kids

  Don’t take it out on your kids

All Form Sevan students around the nation now know the outcome of their examinations. It has been a trend from

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Nalotawa villagers venture into business

  Nalotawa villagers venture into business

Source: MINISTRY OF INFORMATION Empowering Fijians and giving them the opportunity to venture into self-sustaining projects is one of the

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Inmates will be classed in 2013

  Inmates will be classed in 2013

By MAIKA BOLATIKI Classification of corrections inmates by offences will start in the new year, it has been disclosed. This

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PM hails Abe on victory

  PM hails Abe on victory

BY MAIKELI SERU Fijian Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama has sent a congratulatory message to His Excellency Honorable Shinzo Abe,

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Centre graduates in song and dance

  Centre graduates in song and dance

By ARISHMA DEVI Sixty-seven students graduated from the Indian High Commission’s Indian Cultural Centre (ICC) yesterday in Suva. The students

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Water supply returning to normal: WAF

  Water supply returning to normal: WAF

Source: Water Authority of Fiji Western Region Sigatoka- water supply has normalised in Sigatoka, however water trucks are carting water

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Veisari dam work starts

  Veisari dam work starts

By MAIKELI SERU While most workers celebrated the festive season, a group of 15 men were sweating deep in  the

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Titi visits Babasiga Ashram residents

  Titi visits Babasiga Ashram residents

By JOELENE TUIMOALA People look forward to the end of the year because they get to meet up with their

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Sigatoka also having street party

  Sigatoka also having  street party

By KAVITA NAIDU Sigatoka Town will have its own street party right on the main street with local entertainers to

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Nadi jam planned despite differences

  Nadi jam planned  despite differences

By WAISEA NASOKIA A big street party in Nadi is going ahead despite objections from the town’s Chamber of Commerce.

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Northern Charity helps out

  Northern Charity helps out

By LITIA BUKALIDI The Northern Charity Alliance is helping the humanitarian relief in the Northern Division by donating a sum

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Don’t pressure students: Police

  Don’t pressure students: Police

By FONUA TALEI Parents and guardians have been requested by the Police Force to accept whatever results their child may

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