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    ‘Tubuna’ Brings Joy

‘Tubuna’ Brings Joy

Vani Rokoduguni is a proud mother. Her son Semesa Rokoduguni was named in the England rugby squad for their November tests against New Zealand, South Africa. Samoa and Australia. At

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    Denzal Smith Aims High

Denzal Smith Aims High

New to the scene, Great White Sharks Swimming Club, Denzal Smith has so far won the only medals for his club in the BSP Short Course Age Group Nationals at

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    Great White Sharks Back

Great White Sharks Back

Swimming is an activity most enjoyed by nearly everyone. But it is not only about winning or who can paddle the fastest or swim the longest that matters. Nowadays, swimming

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    Fiji Sets Terms For Return To PIF

Fiji Sets Terms For Return To PIF

Fiji has set conditions for its return to the Pacific Islands Forum (PIF), says Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama. He confirmed yesterday that he had received the letter from PIF leaders

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    Cabinet Meets with Development Partners

Cabinet Meets with Development Partners

Fiji’s development partners were given a clear picture of Government’s priority areas during a meeting with Cabinet in Suva yesterday. The meeting was the first of its kind in Fiji’s

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    The fact Is

The fact Is

No matter what Mick Beddoes says the fact is that things are not well within the Social Democratic Liberal Party (SODELPA) fraternity. Dickie Bird said a visit from the Fiji

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    Commission Helps Flying Fijians

Commission Helps Flying Fijians

The Vodafone Flying Fijians received a timely boost from the Fiji National Sports Commission for the Northern Tour. Commission chairman Peter Mazey presented a cheque of $324, 836 to the

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    Veikoso Out Of Fiji’s Northern Tour

Veikoso Out Of Fiji’s Northern Tour

Flying Fijians hooker Viliame Veikoso will miss the 2014 Europe Tour after an error in his visa arrangements. “Veikoso secured a rugby contract in Scotland and begun the visa application

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    Beddoes, Top Job

Beddoes, Top Job

Mick Beddoes has explained how he landed the top job in the Opposition office. In an opinion piece sent to Fijileaks, in response to my analysis on October 17 and

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Planning Is Key For Coach McKee

  Planning Is Key For Coach McKee

The first batch of the Vodafone Flying Fijians departed yesterday for Toulouse, France in preparation for the Northern Tour which

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Police Laud Diwali Safety

  Police Laud Diwali Safety

There were no major incidents during Diwali, prompting gratitude from the Fiji Police Force. Police spokesperson Ana Naisoro acknowledged the

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‘Corruption’ Paints Bad Image Of LTA

  ‘Corruption’ Paints Bad Image Of LTA

Allegations of corruption in the Land Transport Authority (LTA) have painted a very bad image of the institution. The Minister

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First Landing Aim To Keep Mount St Mary’s Title

  First Landing Aim To Keep Mount St Mary’s Title

First Landing Resort aims to defend the Mount Saint Mary’s Sevens in Nadi today. “As defending champions for this tournament

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UN Fiji Staff Clean Up At Dilkusha Home

  UN Fiji Staff Clean Up At Dilkusha Home

Residents of Dilkusha Children’s Home had a pleasant surprise yesterday when United Nations staff in Fiji turned up at the

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Henry Afro Must Go For Fiji Cancer Sufferers

  Henry Afro Must Go For Fiji Cancer Sufferers

ACT Brumbies and Australian Wallabies winger Henry Speight is happy to lose his iconic afro hairstyle, especially to help keep

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Group Signs $400k Aid With SPC

  Group Signs $400k Aid With SPC

The Pacific Islands Farmers Organisation Network (PIFON) has signed a $400,000 agreement with the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC)

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Near Average Numbers Likely, Increased Activity In Late Season

  Near Average Numbers Likely, Increased Activity In Late Season

On average, 10 named tropical cyclones occur in the Southwest Pacific {between 135°E (mid-Gulf of Carpentaria) and 120°W (French Polynesia)}

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Viria Murder Accused Further Remanded

  Viria Murder Accused Further Remanded

The 35-year-old man accused of killing a 14-year-old girl in Viria, Naitasiri, last month has been further remanded by the

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PIDF, UN Funding Agency Discuss Assistance To The Pacific

  PIDF, UN Funding Agency Discuss Assistance To The Pacific

The Secretary General of the Pacific Islands Development Forum (PIDF), Feleti Teo yesterday met Fabrizio Bresciani, the Regional Economist for

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Ratu Epeli Challenges St John Members

  Ratu Epeli Challenges St John Members

Passion and innovation continue to be the key guiding elements for the Order of St. John as it celebrated its

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Tikoitoga Reminds RFMF New Recruits

  Tikoitoga Reminds RFMF New Recruits

The 199 new recruits who graduated from Forces Training Group (FTG) in Nasinu were yesterday reminded hold on to what

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‘The Big Adventure’ Premier A Hit

  ‘The Big Adventure’ Premier A Hit

The Minister for Industry, Trade and Tourism, Faiyaz Koya yesterday announced that Australian reality-adventure series “The Big Adventure”, shot entirely

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Giving Our Elders The Dignity They Deserve In Life

  Giving Our Elders The Dignity They Deserve In Life

Minister for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation struck a raw nerve this week when she revealed relatives of residents at

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Letters October 25 2014

  Letters October 25 2014

NFP lost cause Pravind Kumar, Queensland The National Federation Party (NFP) still wants to survive championing the rights of Fijians

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Claims On Poverty, Audits

  Claims On Poverty, Audits

Minister for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation Rosy Akbar has  appealed to politicians not to use the poor to score

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Reddy: Senior Civil Servants Target My Family

  Reddy: Senior Civil Servants Target My Family

The Ministry for Education has appointed a review committee to look into the scaling of marks in external examinations. Minister

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Changes Coming For Ba Town

  Changes Coming For Ba Town

The town of Ba will be expecting new changes soon from the Ministry of Women, Children and Social Welfare. Rosy

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Dark Diwali For Naicker Family

  Dark Diwali For Naicker Family

A family of four living along the Tabucola Cane Access Road in Labasa lost all their belongings in a fire

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Guide To Help Farmers

  Guide To Help Farmers

The Ministry of Agriculture has commended an agriculture guide produced by the Pacific Island Farmers Organisation Network (PIFON) in partnership

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