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    Last Gift

Last Gift

A Fijian family residing in Australia treated the residents of Babasiga Ashram to a Sunday lunch yesterday before leaving the country today. Shankar Lal and his wife, Monika brought smile

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    A Roof Over Beggars

A Roof Over Beggars

The work to reduce and remove beggars on streets has begun. There is a centre built at Colo-i-Suva, Naitasiri, by Government and the Nazarene Church to house and provide skills

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    Pulpit Call

Pulpit Call

Methodists in Fiji were yesterday reminded on the importance of keeping their faith as they start another year. The message was relayed by the Methodist Church in Fiji president-elect, Reverend

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    Church Focus  On Family

Church Focus On Family

The Methodist Church in Fiji will host a three-day meeting starting on January 24 to focus on family teachings. President-elect Reverend Tevita Banivanua said this was part of a three-year

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    Family Issues Should Be Solved Amicably

Family Issues Should Be Solved Amicably

The Fiji Police Force is urging people to refrain from resorting to violence during family disputes. Police chief of operations Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP), Rusiate Tudravu, made this comment

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    Avoid Talking To Them: Tuinaceva

Avoid Talking To Them: Tuinaceva

The Land Transport Authority is concerned at how people are still being fooled by LTA impersonators. Authority chief executive officer Naisa Tuinaceva said people should avoid doing business with these

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    Labasa Crime Free Xmas

Labasa Crime Free Xmas

Divisional Police Commander North, Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Shri Bhawan Singh yesterday thanked the people of Labasa Town and surrounding areas for maintaining law and order during the festive

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    Minister Naiqamu Visits North

Minister Naiqamu Visits North

The Minister for Fisheries and Forests, Osea Naiqamu, is in the North and has been visiting coastline villages to inspect progress of projects. The minister started his tour last Wednesday.

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    Council Rubbishes Vendors’  Claims

Council Rubbishes Vendors’ Claims

The Nasinu Town Council has denied claims by some market vendors in Narere, Nasinu, that they were relocated by the council to allow for the construction of a new market.

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People Defy Warnings

  People Defy Warnings

The warning to stay away from waters and seas contaminated by the sewage spill at the Wainivula Creek are falling

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EDITORIAL: Huge Year For Rugby Nations

  EDITORIAL: Huge Year For Rugby Nations

So with 2014 now a recent memory and a Rugby World Cup year upon us, host cities Cardiff and London

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Letters To The Editor, January 5, 2015

  Letters To The Editor, January 5, 2015

Happy People Savenaca Vakaliwaliwa Nasinu Fiji is the happiest country in the world, where 93 per cent said they were

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Zayed Khan, People Can’t Change My Equation With Hrithik

  Zayed Khan, People Can’t Change My Equation With Hrithik

Sussanne Khan’s divorce from Hrithik Roshan has not affected the equation with between the superstar and the former’s brother, actor

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Focus Is On Brazil

  Focus Is On Brazil

With the final team yet to be named, there is still room for improvement for Telecom Fijiana player Akosita Ravato

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Northpole Friends Win Futsal Tourney

  Northpole Friends Win Futsal Tourney

Northpole Friends are the new champions of the Shop N Save NTC Futsal Tournament held at the FMF Gymnasium. This

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Buzzetti To Finalise Tour

  Buzzetti To Finalise Tour

National coaching Director Carlos Buzzetti is in Malaysia to organise build-up matches in Kuala Lumpur for the national side. This

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$80m Syrup Mill To Commission In Two Years

  $80m Syrup Mill To Commission In Two Years

Fiji Sugar Corporation’s $80 million syrup mill project is expected to start this year and take up to two years

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Fiji Can Cater For Chinese Investors, Says Koya

  Fiji Can Cater For Chinese Investors, Says Koya

Fiji is ready to cater for growing interest of Chinese investors into the country, says Minister for Industry, Trade &

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Suva Needs To Keep Form: Khan

  Suva Needs To Keep Form: Khan

Suva will need to be fully prepared before the Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) Champions League starts in April. The OFC

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Bailey Bridge Over Denarau To Divert Traffic

  Bailey Bridge Over Denarau To Divert Traffic

A Bailey bridge will be constructed to redirect traffic where works on the Denarau Bridge is expected to begin soon.

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Developing Problem

  Developing Problem

As the Government is spending millions to upgrade the drains and roads in the Nadi area, earthworks by a developer

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World’s 400 Richest Add US$92 Billion In 2014 As Alibaba’s Ma Jumps

  World’s 400 Richest Add US$92 Billion In 2014 As Alibaba’s Ma Jumps

The richest people on Earth got richer in 2014, adding US$92 billion (F$183.19bn) to their collective fortune in the face

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Lau Trader Saga

  Lau Trader Saga

The controversial M.V Lau Trader is no longer a franchise vessel and is not in sea worthy condition. Lau Provincial

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Koya Reminds Muslims

  Koya Reminds Muslims

Muslims have been reminded to uphold and spread the teachings of Prophet Muhammad. The Minister for Industry, Trade and Tourism

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Landslide Cuts Off Villages

  Landslide Cuts Off  Villages

Heavy rain in the past days in Namosi has caused a landslide which washed away half of a width of

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Prophet Muhammad’s Birthday Celebrated Today

  Prophet Muhammad’s Birthday Celebrated Today

Muslims around the country will be celebrating Prophet Muhammad’s birthday today. It is one of the biggest events in the

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Villages Cut Off By Landslide

  Villages Cut  Off By Landslide

Access for public transportation to four villages in the Namosi province was cut off yesterday after a landslide along Namuamua

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Two Cyclones Predicted To Hit Soon

  Two Cyclones Predicted To Hit Soon

Members of the public have been reminded to be prepared as two cyclones are expected to hit Fiji between January

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