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    Strikers in doubt

Strikers in doubt

By VUNIWAQA BOLA Gurjit Singh will miss the service of striker Ralph Sherwin as they begin their campaign for the Fiji Sun/GP Batteries National Football League. The Suva soccer coach

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    Games’ on

Games’ on

By VUNIWAQA BOLA The first round of the Fiji Sun/GP Batteries National Football League is set for kickoff on Saturday, says Bob Kumar. And the Fiji Football Association chief executive

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    Cakau keeps trying

Cakau keeps trying

By VUNIWAQA BOLA He has been playing rugby league since he was a student at Gospel High School. And now at 26 years of age, Semi Cakau aims to play

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    Levuka lifters gear up

Levuka lifters gear up

By VUNIWAQA BOLA Weightlifters in Levuka started their competition over the weekend. The club hosted a New Year Championship which saw two primary school students taking part. “Levuka is the

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    7s squad in camp

7s squad in camp

By VUNIWAQA BOLA Only five reps of the 21 players named in the extended squad of the Digicel Fiji 7s team haven’t played in the Digicel Cup competition. Fiji Rugby

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    Barracudas prepare

Barracudas prepare

By ANASILINI RATUVA Samurai Barracudas aims to win the Uprising 7s at Churchill Park, Lautoka next week. Samurai is one of the local teams participating again at the tourney this

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    Methodists: No politics

Methodists: No politics

Nawadra quashes rumours of new party role By SALASEINI TAWAKE The Methodist Church has made it clear that it will not form or be involved in a political party for

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    ‘RFMF supports all Fijians’

‘RFMF supports all Fijians’

By MAIKA BOLATIKI The Republic of Fiji Military Forces (RFMF) started Fiji’s new journey and will see that it continues until the 2014 elections, a top officer said yesterday. Land

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    Govt allocates $1.3m for schools

Govt allocates $1.3m for schools

Source: Ministry of Information Government has allocated $1.3 million dollars to rehabilitate schools in the western division that were affected by Tropical Cyclone Evan. Commissioner Western, Commander Joeli Cawaki highlighted

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More rations, clean-up quickens

  More rations, clean-up quickens

By LITIA MATHEWSELL The extended state of natural disaster ends today although major rehabilitation efforts and aid for displaced Fijians

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Shop N Save Tavua burns

  Shop N Save Tavua burns

By LITIA MATHEWSELL A Sunday evening inferno badly damaged a Shop N Save supermarket in Tavua over the weekend, bringing

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Westpac arson suspect bailed

  Westpac arson suspect bailed

By LOSIRENE CHAND The second-accused for the arson case of the Westpac Bank in Labasa was granted bail at the

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Ratu trains Tagi

  Ratu trains Tagi

By LEONE CABENATABUA Veteran welterweight boxer Waisale Ratu has taken up a new role. This time he has joined his

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Shipping to 3 Lomaiviti islands to resume: Rika

  Shipping to 3 Lomaiviti  islands to  resume: Rika

Source: MINISTRY OF INFORMATION A shipping company has agreed to take on a franchise partnership to service the islands of

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Lau Trader future plans today

  Lau Trader future plans today

By RANOBA BAOA The directors of Lau Shipping Company Limited are expected to today assess the damage caused to MV

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O’Neill says bemobile to Vodafone Fiji tough issue

  O’Neill says  bemobile to Vodafone Fiji tough issue

Port Moresby: Papua New Guinea Government’s decision to recapitalise bemobile through a 49 per cent equity offering and to transfer

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Telecom takes on upgrading Government network infrastructure

  Telecom takes on upgrading Government network  infrastructure

By RACHNA LAL Telecom Fiji Limited has been tasked to upgrade Government’s data communications network infrastructure. This means Government’s Information

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Greymouse growing here

  Greymouse growing here

By RACHNA LAL Greymouse, a virtual service manufacturer, is a living example of the high potential there is for such

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Schools are down, let’s not keep them that way

  Schools are down, let’s not keep them that way

We must be grateful that we have a Government that prioritises education. As the new school year is about to

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USP to train top public servants

  USP to train top public servants

By TALEBULA KATE Senior civil servants will soon receive specialised training at the University of the South Pacific (USP). This

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New ice plant helps Macuata

  New ice plant helps Macuata

By LOSIRENE CHAND Fishermen in the Macuata province will now have no problem in preserving their catch and improving their

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Public will see changes in roads

  Public will see changes in roads

By ANA SOVARAKI Fiji Roads Authority is assuring the public: We will see a difference in our local road conditions

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Father faces life without only son

  Father faces life without only son

By WAISEA NASOKIA A 52-year-old father will face the world alone after losing his only son from injuries sustained in

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Prepare for school: Tui Macuata

  Prepare for school: Tui Macuata

By LOSIRENE CHAND The Tui Macuata Ratu Aisea Katonivere is urging the parents of his province to come out of

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Turtles rescued off Vuda

  Turtles rescued off Vuda

By JON PIEPKORN and JOHN ROSS It was a lucky day for two large Hawksbill Turtles stuck in a turtle

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