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    The Incredible Pictures Aren’t Just Photographs

The Incredible Pictures Aren’t Just Photographs

One might be forgiven for thinking these incredible pictures are photographs. But they are in fact the work of a British artist who paints street scenes that look like the

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    Writ  Filed Against  Depts

Writ Filed Against Depts

Lawyers for chartered accountant Dr Nur Bano Ali and aliz pacific have filed a writ of summons against the Auditor-General and the Attorney-General. The writ, filed in the High Court

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    2015 Budget Address

2015 Budget Address

“TURNING PROMISES INTO DEEDS”   Madam Speaker, It is my honour today to deliver the 2015 Budget – the first in our new democracy, the first in this new Parliament

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    Visit Wows Ra Students

Visit Wows Ra Students

The students of  Bureiwai District School in Ra with the Mace at Parliament during their school excursion yesterday. Report on page 6. The Mace is the symbol of the authority

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    No Visa Arrangement Yet

No Visa Arrangement Yet

No visa arrangement has yet been put in place for the Seasonal Worker Programme and Work and Holiday Visa Programme with Australia. The Australian High Commission in Suva has advised

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    PM Meets Swire

PM Meets Swire

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama yesterday in London met with Hugo Swire, the British Minister of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. During the meeting, the Prime Minister conveyed Fiji’s

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    Visa Scam

Visa Scam

It hasn’t taken long for all the worms to come out of the woodwork. Since the promise of visas and employment in Australia and New Zealand every man, woman and

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    Prasad To Govt: Thanks

Prasad To Govt: Thanks

Biman Prasad was elected as chairman of the Public Accounts Committee yesterday, with the Government side offering their unconditional support. The Government members, Whip Semi Koroilavesau, Balmindar Singh and Sanjit

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    Radrodro: Move On

Radrodro: Move On

Good sense prevailed yesterday at the Public Accounts Committee meeting. A threat of a logjam was defused by suggestions from Aseri Radrodro of the Social Democratic Liberal Party (SODELPA). Government

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Meet: How It All happened

  Meet: How It All happened

It took just over half an hour to complete the highly-anticipated Public Accounts Committee meeting yesterday. The first sign of

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Youth For Parliament

  Youth For Parliament

Juveniles could possibly be part of a youth parliament next week. The initiative is part of a comprehensive programme designed

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66 Tiny Tots Graduate

  66 Tiny Tots Graduate

Parents and teachers of Sidz Kindergarten in Lautoka gathered in big numbers to witness the graduation of 66 tiny tots

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Conference Ends On High

  Conference Ends On High

The Pacific Women in Business Conference ended on a positive note at the Sheraton Fiji, on Denarau Island, in Nadi,

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E-visa Arrival Implemented: Karan

  E-visa Arrival Implemented: Karan

The visa on arrival to India has been implemented, says Fiji’s High Commissioner to India Yogesh Karan. This is following

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Fiji Needs Speacialised Vehicles

  Fiji Needs Speacialised Vehicles

The Fiji Police Force needs specialised vehicles, says the Commissioner of Police, Bernardus Groenewald. He said while the Force had

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Setting Uniform Standards

  Setting Uniform Standards

Being a Police prosecutor is not an easy job and it is not one for the faint-hearted says the Director

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Dare To Be All You Can: Nath

  Dare To Be All You Can: Nath

Acknowledge and appreciate what you are today and dare to be all that you can be tomorrow. The Assistant Minister

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Rotumans Show Of Art

  Rotumans Show Of Art

Harry Tivaknoa was happy to see a lot of people visiting and appreciating Rotuman art and craft at the Rotuman

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FNU Plants Trees As Modi Remembrance

  FNU Plants Trees As  Modi Remembrance

The Fiji National University (FNU) yesterday had three sandalwood trees planted to commemorate India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit a

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School Visit Seruwaia Excited After Sun Visit

  School Visit Seruwaia Excited After Sun Visit

Seruwaia Bale, a Year One student of Naseyani Primary School in Ra, was filled with awe and excitement after visiting

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Proposed North Tech College

  Proposed  North Tech College

Labasa Arya College is to be converted to a technical college next year. This was revealed by the Minister for

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Abbas Eyes Medicine Career

  Abbas Eyes Medicine Career

Lautoka Muslim College Year 13 student, Shaif Abbas Ali was named the school’s 2014 dux on Thursday night. He also

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Health Workers Meet, Launch Uniform

  Health Workers Meet,  Launch Uniform

Community health workers in Labasa met at the Qomate House in Labasa yesterday to launch their new uniform. The meeting

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FICAC Hosts West Media

  FICAC Hosts West Media

In recognising the work of journalists, the Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption (FICAC), met representatives of mainstream media at Lautoka

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Villagers Fight Coastal Erosion

  Villagers Fight Coastal Erosion

Many coastal communities are facing the problem of coastal erosion but the villagers of Nayavuira, Ra province, decided to help

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LTA’s Crackdown On Corruption Will Help RestoreConfidence

  LTA’s Crackdown On Corruption Will Help RestoreConfidence

The Government’s zero tolerance on corruption continues like a juggernaut across the full spectrum of national life. Cases involving ordinary

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Letters To The Editor, November 29, 2014

  Letters To The Editor, November 29, 2014

Musoniwai creek Isireli Bolaniveimau, Lautoka   Since 2002, I joined 200 plus residents stay put in a housing lot in

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Salvation Army Helps Women

  Salvation Army Helps Women

A Salvation Army mini-show attracted women in Labasa  to the church premises. The show which was open to women of

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Pay $2000 By December 31, Patel Ordered

  Pay $2000 By December 31, Patel Ordered

Mahendra Motibhai Patel has been ordered by the High Court in Suva to pay his bail bond of $2000 by

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