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    Good start

Good start

By RITESH KUMAR The 2013 Fiji Sun/GP Batteries National Football League kicked off on a high note with defending champions 4R Electric Ba, Nadi, Suva and Rewa recording wins yesterday.

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    Manuca strikes for Ba

Manuca strikes for Ba

By WAISEA NASOKIA Ba 1 Nadroga 0 The Marika Robanakadavu- captained 4R Electric Ba side started their Fiji Sun/GP Batteries National  Football League beating Nadroga at Lawaqa Park, Sigatoka yesterday.

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    ‘Labasa unlucky’

‘Labasa unlucky’

By LOSIRENE CHAND Kalyanji Pala Labasa’s performance in the opening round of the Fiji Sun/GP Batteries National Football League at Subrail Park in Labasa could not have been better. Despite

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    Australia prepares in Fiji

Australia prepares in Fiji

Source: IRB Sydney: Michael O’Connor has named his Aussie Thunderbolts development side for the Uprising Fiji International 7s tournament being held in Fiji from 18-19 January. Two weeks before the

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    Suva wary  of Labasa

Suva wary of Labasa

By LOSIRENE CHAND Suva soccer coach Gurjit Singh is happy with their game against Savusavu in the Fiji Sun/GP Batteries National Football League at Subrail Park, Labasa yesterday. But despite

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    Wainuqa upsets Lomai Babas

Wainuqa upsets Lomai Babas

By VUNIWAQA BOLA Inter-cities Wainuqa team caused the first upset at the Northland 7s yesterday after they defeated Lomai Babas 15-0 in the Cup quarterfinal. The unknown side from Nabulini,

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    Wardens win Northland 7s

Wardens win Northland 7s

By VUNIWAQA BOLA Wardens Green won the Northland 7s tournament yesterday. They collected $600 after defeating Samurai Gold in the final 12-5. The teams had equal numbers of national reps

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    Tight battle for top four

Tight battle for top four

By SITERI NAVUTOVUTO The Fiji Bitter Champions of Champions looks set to end with an exciting finish today. The Fiji Billiards and Snooker Association-sponsored tournament started at the Merchants Club,

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    Suva v/ball gears up

Suva v/ball gears up

By SITERI NAVUTOVUTO The FBC Suva Volleyball Association is positive of raking in the most number of teams at the Inter-District Championship next week. Association secretary Viliame Katia said this

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Seru targets pro career

  Seru targets pro career

By SITERI NAVUTOVUTO Thomas Seru hopes to become a professional table tennis player in the near future. The eight- year-

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Upset at Fiji Open

  Upset at Fiji Open

By SITERI NAVUTOVUTO Upsets were created by our local junior table tennis players on the first day of the Fiji

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Sharks bound for England

  Sharks bound for  England

By VUNIWAQA BOLA The Police Sharks rugby league team will travel to England in June to defend their Police Rugby

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Draft plan

  Draft plan

By MAIKELI SERU The socio-economic rights of all people are to be protected under our new constitution. This was stressed

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Lautoka City cleanest

  Lautoka City cleanest

By WAISEA NASOKIA Lautoka City and Tavua and Ba towns grabbed top awards during the Clean and Green Town Competition

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Family loses all in Nausori fire

  Family loses all in Nausori fire

By Maikeli Seru A 32-year-old automotive mechanic of Bau Road near Nausori is trying to come to terms on how

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Move to standardise spare parts industry and form association

  Move to standardise spare parts industry and form association

By RACHNA LAL and RANOBA BAOA Government has called on automotive spare parts dealers to join hands and form an

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Concerns over port safety here

  Concerns over port safety here

By RANOBA BAOA Questions are being raised over two recent safety incidents at Suva port’s main wharves. On December 27,

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A-G raises concern on duty benefit not being passed on

  A-G raises concern  on duty benefit not being passed on

By RACHNA LAL and RANOBA BAOA Government is concerned that despite the reduction in duty of various items, some of

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Ghai draft

  Ghai draft

Edward Nagaiya Nadi Any right thinking Fijian or for that matter any person who has the interest of our beloved

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Focus on issues, forget race

  Focus on issues, forget race

Next week the Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum will make a major announcement. It will be another big step on the road

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Voluntary contribution age comes down

  Voluntary contribution age comes down

By LOSIRENE CHAND The voluntary contribution scheme for the Fiji National Provident Fund will now begin from the age of

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No upfront payment school fees: Council

  No upfront payment school fees: Council

By FARISHA AHMED Schools cannot demand upfront payment of more than one term fees at the beginning of the year.

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Hard work pays off, says former inmate

  Hard work pays off, says former inmate

Source: FIJI CORRECTIONS SERVICE A former inmate believes nothing is impossible through hard work. Apenisa Kurisaqila, 45, of Namulomulo, Nadi,

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Officers clean elderly home

  Officers clean elderly home

By FARISHA AHMED Staff of the Fiji Corrections Service engaged in cleaning up activities over the weekend as part of

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West inferno leaves families homeless

  West inferno leaves  families homeless

By WAISEA NASOKIA Four families in Waiyavi in Lautoka have been left homeless after their flat was completely destroyed by

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Ex-scholars reunite for clean-up

  Ex-scholars reunite for clean-up

By FARISHA AHMED Fifteen ex-Marist Brothers scholars turned up yesterday for a school clean-up. The boys of 2002 and 2003

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Family gather for late Gaunavou

  Family gather for late Gaunavou

By MAIKELI SERU The family and relatives of the late Yaminiasi Gaunavou met yesterday to commemorate his 66th birthday. It

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US couple donates more kindy reading books

  US couple donates more kindy reading books

By JOELENE TUIMOALA School children suffering the effects of Cyclone Evan will have more than a few reasons to smile

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Partnership boosts Nausori safety

  Partnership boosts Nausori safety

By Maikeli Seru Airports Fiji Limited will now be able to draw river water from the Land Water Resource Management

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