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    Our big jet set to fly

Our big jet set to fly

PM in Toulouse for maiden flight By JYOTI PRATIBHA The first of the state-of-the-art A330-200 planes custom designed for national carrier Air Pacific is due to make its maiden test

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    ‘Leaders are not born but are made’

‘Leaders are not born but are made’

By WAISEA NASOKIA ‘Leaders are not born but are made.’ This was the message delivered to the newly-inducted prefects of the Namaka Public School yesterday by chief guest, the Namaka

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    Taukei Navo stays with SDL party

Taukei Navo stays with SDL party

By TALEBULA KATE Taukei Navo Ratu Meli Saukuru confirms he will remain with the Social Democratic Liberal party which changed its name from the disbanded Soqosoqo Duavata ni Lewenivanua party

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    Colonel recommends college

Colonel recommends college

By LOSIRENE CHAND Jai Narayan College is highly recommended for students to complete their secondary school education in, says the military’s Land Force Commander, Colonel Mosese Tikoitoga. He applauded the

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    All for unity

All for unity

By TALEBULA KATE The new head prefects of Jai Narayan College in Suva yesterday vowed to work to ensure unity in the college’s diverse community this year. Head boy William

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    Coconut Wireless

Coconut Wireless

By LEONE CABENATABUA Right choice The National Fire Authority (NFA) has chosen the right man to take over from John Pillay in the North. Peleki Leweniqila a few years ago

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    Villagers complain of bus service

Villagers complain of bus service

By JOELENE TUIMOALA Some villages situated along the coastal sides of Macuata province have raised concerns over poor condition of buses provided by a bus company in the North. Macuata

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    Pflieger ends Air Pacific role

Pflieger ends Air Pacific role

By RACHNA LAL and JYOTI PRATIBHA Dave Pflieger’s achievements l Restoring airline to profitability in just two years–reversing record operating losses of $12 million and $91 million in the two

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    Right procedure urged for trademark objections

Right procedure urged for trademark objections

By JYOTI PRATIBHA Non-government organisations and individuals objecting to the trademark bid by Air Pacific need to follow the due process and lodge their objections with the registrar. These comments

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Grey wins 2012 Fijian Host award

  Grey wins 2012 Fijian Host award

By JYOTI PRATIBHA Airports Fiji Limited manager airport landside and customer, Joe Marquadt Grey, is the 2012 Fijian Host of

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Vatukoula aims to double production

  Vatukoula aims to double production

By ROBERT TYERMAN Source: MITE SITE David Paxton, chief executive of Vatukoula Gold Mines, is pulling all the stops out

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Meeting for EU exporters

  Meeting for EU   exporters

By RACHNA LAL The Ministry of Industry and Trade is undertaking one-on-one meetings with the current and future exporters to

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Tourism sustainability gets Novotel in awards

  Tourism sustainability gets Novotel in awards

By RACHNA LAL We are heading on the right path if we are embracing tourism with a more sustainable future,

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Significance of our monetary stance

  Significance of our monetary stance

By DR TK JAYARAMAN (Dr Jayaraman is a Professor at the Fiji National University’s School of Economics, Banking and Finance,

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Seminar for business excellence awards

  Seminar for business excellence awards

By RANOBA BAOA The Fiji Business Excellence Awards secretariat has commenced work on the awards for this year with a

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Discovering secrets of local cuisine

  Discovering secrets of local cuisine

By RANOBA BAOA InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa’s insider collection has added ‘macaroon making’ to its exciting array of

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Mechanical harvesters sought to enhance North sugar

  Mechanical harvesters sought to enhance North sugar

By JOELENE TUIMOALA The National Farmers Union in the North is supporting moves by Government to provide mechanical harvesters and

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Everyone benefits from the end of media monopolies

  Everyone benefits from the end of media monopolies

Ten years ago, it would have been unimaginable to even think that our media industry would become so competitive and

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Vashist Muni goes green

  Vashist   Muni goes green

By MAIKELI SERU Vashist Muni Memorial Primary School is environmental-friendly this year. They have inducted four students to be environment

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Nabua names student heads

  Nabua names student heads

By ANA SOVARAKI The newly-appointed head boy and head girl of Nabua Primary School are calling for the co-operation of

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Churches aim for change

  Churches aim for change

By FARISHA AHMED The Pacific Council of Churches (PCC) conference on gender-based violence ended yesterday with the aim to bring

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Police rachet up Red Alert status

  Police rachet up Red Alert status

By MAIKELI SERU The rise in rapes, assaults, murders and traffic violations has forced the Fiji Police Force to ratchet

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March deadline for centre

  March deadline for centre

By TALEBULA KATE The new Suva Remand Centre is scheduled to be completed by next month. Fiji Corrections Service spokeswoman

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First conviction for water theft

  First conviction for water theft

Source: Water Authority of Fiji The Water Authority of Fiji today recorded its first successful conviction in the Suva Magistrates

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3100 seek aid

  3100 seek aid

Source: MINISTRY OF PROVINCIAL DEVELOPMENT & DISASTER MANAGEMENT More than 3100 people living in the vicinity of Lautoka City have

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$4000 to aid cancer fund

  $4000 to aid cancer fund

By: FARISHA AHMED A total of $4000 was handed over to the Walk on Walk Strong (WOWS) and the Fiji

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PM to inspect North rehab

  PM to inspect North   rehab

By LOSIRENE CHAND The Prime Minister, Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama is expected to visit the North before the end of the

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Police worry over rape

  Police worry over rape

By MAIKELI SERU The rise in rapes, assaults, murders and traffic violations has forced the Fiji Police Force to ratchet

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Unwired 4G helps special school

  Unwired 4G helps special school

By ANA SOVARAKI One of the country’s most respected schools for children with special needs has enhanced its teaching services.

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