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    Back to solid values in Parliament site shift

Back to solid values in Parliament site shift

By ROSI DOVIVERATA The Parliament elected in this year’s general elections will sit in the historic parliamentary chamber used from before independence until 1987. Attorney-General and Minister for Responsible for

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    A chamber with plenty of political history

A chamber with plenty of political history

By Nemani Delaibatiki It will be back to it where it all started when the new Parliament holds its first sitting after this year’s general elections. The Attorney-General, Aiyaz Saiyed-Khaiyum,

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    Coconut Wireless

Coconut Wireless

By LEONE CABENATABUA General Manager Publications In control Watch for this well known trade unionist to make his grand announcement in May. Dickie Bird said this is after the union

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    Sick Fijian gets more time before deportation

Sick Fijian gets more time before deportation

By LOSALINI RASOQOSOQO A Fijian overstayer has been given a little more time to stay in New Zealand after he was set to be deported last Friday ahead of a

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    SPCA unhappy with dog slaying

SPCA unhappy with dog slaying

By FARISHA AHMED The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals [SPCA] is calling on the public to call their town council regarding stray dogs. This comes after an

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    Umaria back home

Umaria back home

By FARISHA AHMED Suva City council administrator Chandu Umaria is back in the country. Mr Umaria has been recuperating from a stroke he suffered in Sydney, Australia in January. Mr

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    Big yams draw crowd

Big yams draw crowd

By SERUWAIA WAQASAQA Yams averaging 80 kilograms in weight drew people to Labasa market yesterday. One of those attracted by the yams was Poasa Baravi, a farmer of Wailevu in

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    Patel to be tried in absentia

Patel to be tried in absentia

BY TALEBULA KATE The trial of former Post Fiji chairman, Mahendra Motibhai Patel, will be done in absentia after the High Court in Suva approved the application of the Fiji

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    10 years for dad who raped stepdaughter

10 years for dad who raped stepdaughter

BY TALEBULA KATE A 47- year old man of Naitasiri was yesterday sentenced to 10 years imprisonment by the High Court in Suva for raping his stepdaughter The man, who

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Welfare to workfare project begins

  Welfare to workfare project begins

By FARISHA AHMED Seventy welfare recipients have been identified by the Ministry of Social Welfare, Women and Poverty Alleviation to

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North, West heads go high-tech for disasters

  North, West heads go  high-tech for disasters

By AQELA SUSU Both the Commissioner Western and the Commissioner Northern hope to optimise the use of geographic information system

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GIS important tool to prevent disaster risk: Seong-in Kim

  GIS important tool to prevent disaster risk: Seong-in Kim

By AQELA SUSU The use of geographical information systems and other space technology contributes a lot to the prevention of

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Flood affected houses quarantined

  Flood affected houses quarantined

By AQELA SUSU Houses affected by the recent flood in the lower Naitasiri areas and Rewa have been quarantined by

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Singh is Carpenters big trip winner

  Singh is Carpenters big trip winner

BY SERUWAIA WAQASAQA Ronald Singh of Votualevu in Nadi was surprised when he won a return trip to Sydney in

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USP’s centre recognised

  USP’s centre recognised

By FARISHA AHMED The University of the South Pacific’s Centre for Flexible Learning (CFL) has gained recognition by the International

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Indian medics start work

  Indian medics start work

By FARISHA AHMED A team of seven specialists from India’s Fortis Hospital started their medical services yesterday at the Suva

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Road damage bill tops $10m

  Road damage bill tops $10m

By ANA SOVARAKI The cost of damage to our infrastructure is expected to exceed $10 million, following the recent floods,

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Initial damage $1.5m: Ligairi

  Initial damage $1.5m: Ligairi

By WATI TALEBULA The Ministry of Agriculture, in its preliminary assessments last week, has estimated that the damage done to

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Lau Council meets this month

  Lau Council meets this month

By ANA SOVARAKI The Lau Provincial Council meeting may take place at the end of the month. The Commissioner Eastern,

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Dr Luveni on tour

  Dr Luveni on tour

By AQELA SUSU The Minister for Social Welfare and Poverty Alleviation, Dr Jiko Luveni will be leaving for Lau next

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School deals with drug cases, first in six years

  School deals with drug cases, first in six years

By WATI TALEBULA A group of Suva Grammar School students has been disciplined for illicit drug use last week. The

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Authority upbeat on its restoration of water supply

  Authority upbeat on its restoration of water supply

By WATI TALEBULA The Water Authority of Fiji (WAF) is working hard to restore water to places affected by the

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Health ministry cautions public after adverse weather conditions

  Health ministry cautions public  after adverse weather conditions

The Health Ministry is advising the public to maintain clean and hygienic surroundings following recent adverse weather conditions that affected

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Marketplace women vendors’ roles celebrated

  Marketplace women vendors’ roles celebrated

By WATI TALEBULA Today marks an important day for Suva and Rakiraki markets women vendors who will be hosted morning

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