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    Futsal comp to help Blues

Futsal comp to help Blues

By SHEIK DEAN Organisers of the Design Engineering Fiji Limited sponsored futsal tournament hopes to make this event a regular feature to groom players for the Lautoka district team. The

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    Poll cash ‘can be disbursed any time’, after Fiji talks

Poll cash ‘can be disbursed any time’, after Fiji talks

Money there: PNG BY JYOTI PRATIBHA A high-level delegation from Papua New Guinea arrived into the country last night, to discuss how soon Fiji wants the initial 25 million Kina

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    Fiji to host delegation from Indonesia

Fiji to host delegation from Indonesia

A high level Indonesian delegation consisting of national and local government officials will be in Fiji next week. The delegation’s visit builds on the current momentum to strengthen the relationship

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    PM sends best wishes to Kuwait

PM sends best wishes to Kuwait

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama has sent a congratulatory message to His Highness, Sheikh Jaber Al-Mubarak Al-Hamad Al-Sabah, the Prime Minister of the State of Kuwait. “I wish to offer you,

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    Govt to fund Delailasakau relocation

Govt to fund Delailasakau relocation

By MAIKA BOLATIKI The people of Delailasakau, the last village in Naitasiri on the border with Namosi, have unanimously agreed for the relocation of their village. Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe

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    Naitasiri road re-opened

Naitasiri road re-opened

By MAIKA BOLATIKI The road from Naqali to Delailasakau in Naitasiri is open again, four days after floods caused landslides and damaged bridges. The Prime Minister, Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama continued

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    Classes resume today in Central, Eastern

Classes resume today in Central, Eastern

The Ministry of Education has advised that all schools that were closed during recent adverse conditions will resume classes today. The Public Service Commission has also advised that all civil

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    YOUTH POWER

YOUTH POWER

OPINION By MAHSOOD SHAH Fijian Mahsood Shah is an Associate Professor with the Centre for English Language and Foundation Studies at the University of Newcastle, Australia. Shah is also an

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    Nanuku resort soft opening in Fijian style

Nanuku resort soft opening in Fijian style

By MARAIA VULA A new luxury resort near Pacific Harbour quietly held a soft opening on the weekend, bringing an all-villa concept within an easy drive from the capital. Nanuku

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End of an era

  End of an era

By KELVIN DAVIS (Kelvin Davis is the director of Greymouse, a cloud service-provider that supplies high quality, time-bound and cost-efficient

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Shaw Wallace Ceylon Limited

  Shaw Wallace Ceylon Limited

Sri Lankans restructure to strengthen manufacturing, product portfolio Colombo: Renuka Shaw Wallace PLC announced in a Stock Exchange filing on

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Departure tax rise not worrying travellers, says Fiji Airways

  Departure tax rise not worrying travellers, says Fiji Airways

Auckland – Fiji Airways says the rise in departure tax from its home base is not putting off travellers as

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Deluxe Footwear strives ahead with new Nakasi branch

  Deluxe Footwear strives ahead with new Nakasi branch

By MARAIA VULA Deluxe Footwear Fashions Limited has expanded to Nakasi. An investment of close to $100,000 was made to

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Clean and fix damaged drains now

  Clean and fix damaged drains now

JOSUA TUWERE Managing Editor/Production Most if not all of our cities and towns are plagued by drainage problems. Every time

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Letters 03-March-14

  Letters 03-March-14

Swift action Hirday Lakhan Tailevu We write to thank the Government for the swift action in doing a bypass road

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Drug raid hailed ‘success’

  Drug raid hailed ‘success’

By LITIA MATHEWSELL Police in Nadi uprooted close to 500 marijuana plants in a single raid during the weekend. Nadi

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Shriner medics coming

  Shriner medics coming

By LITIA MATHEWSELL Representatives of the Shriners Children’s Hospital in Hawaii will be in the country next week to hold

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Nadi young revive Rotaract

  Nadi young revive Rotaract

By LITIA MATHEWSELL A commitment to extend local Rotaract services saw the revival of the Rotaract Club of Nadi New

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Methodists celebrate Harvest Sunday

  Methodists celebrate Harvest Sunday

By AQELA SUSU Yams of all shapes and sizes along with other first harvested root crops, fruits and vegetables filled

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Labasa duo eye national post

  Labasa duo eye national post

By SITERI TALEITAKI Two members of the Labasa Branch will contest the treasurer’s post in the Fiji Public Service Association

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New president to champion members

  New president to champion members

By SITERI TALEITAKI The new president of the Fiji Public Service Association Labasa branch, Sheik Yusuf, said he was ready

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Farmer: I lost $80,000 in flood

  Farmer: I lost $80,000 in flood

By LOSALINI RASOQOSOQO The owner of a poultry farm in Waituri, Nausori has estimated that damage to his business following

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Residents await restored water supply

  Residents await restored water supply

By LOSALINI RASOQOSOQO Tacirua residents remain hopeful that water supply in the area will be restored soon. Tacirua, Suva is

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Methodist youth learn good governance

  Methodist youth learn good governance

By AQELA SUSU Thirty young people from nine Methodist Youth groups in the Naitasiri division learned how to draft transparent

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6-year-old’s body found two days later by digger

  6-year-old’s body found two days later by digger

By AQELA SUSU Two days after she went missing on a fishing trip with her grandparents the body of six

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People still at 20 evacuation centres

  People still at 20 evacuation centres

By ZAFIYA SHAMIM Eighty four homes were partially damaged by floods and 933 people still remain sheltered in 20 evacuation

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Prevent disease outbreak: Tagicakibau

  Prevent disease outbreak: Tagicakibau

By ZAFIYA SHAMIM In light of recent floods members of the public have been urged to clean their compounds to

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