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    PM Hits Back

PM Hits Back

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama yesterday hit out at political opponents and challenged them to serve instead of criticising all the time. Mr Bainimarama said: “I want to make an appeal

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    Mothers Deserve Best, Says PM

Mothers Deserve Best, Says PM

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama says mothers are the backbone of the nation and deserve the best facilities “It’s always a special pleasure to improve facilities for the most important people

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    PM: Milk Will Be Delivered

PM: Milk Will Be Delivered

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama is not happy that the free milk promised to Year 1 students this year was not ready for supply. However, he has given his assurance that

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    Retired Teachers Get Support

Retired Teachers Get Support

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama has backed the hiring of retired teachers. Mr Bainimarama said there would be a big increase of teachers in schools this year. Retired teachers would be

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    Industrial Park

Industrial Park

Navua will soon have its own industrial park. Mickey Bird has received information that a big fish from Asia currently in the country will fund this project. Soon electrical gadgets

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    Massage, No Sex: Spa

Massage, No Sex: Spa

Chinese businessman and managing director of Thai Spa and Massage, Rongneng Fan has stressed it is only offering traditional Thai massages. The spa is situated at Port Denarau in Nadi.

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    Trustees Abuse Land Lease Money: Kurusiga

Trustees Abuse Land Lease Money: Kurusiga

Reports of alleged abuse of lease money have been received by the Ministry of the iTaukei Affairs. The Deputy Permanent Secretary Apakuki Kurusiga confirmed yesterday that he had received these

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    New Fiji Flag, Symbol Of Pride, Patriotism

New Fiji Flag, Symbol Of Pride, Patriotism

Fiji needs a new flag to reflect the dawn of a new era in its political, social and economic evolution. Our ties with the British monarchy were cut when we

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    FTA Praises New Union Poll Rules

FTA Praises New Union Poll Rules

The involvement of the Fijian Elections Office augurs well for the Fijian Teachers Association (FTA). The new guidelines for the trade union elections require the union secretariat to submit to

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FICAC To Appeal Mau, Pratap Acquittal

  FICAC To Appeal Mau, Pratap Acquittal

The Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption (FICAC) will be filing in written submissions on its appeal against the acquittal of

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Police Uproot More Plants

  Police Uproot More Plants

Two people are in Police custody following the uprooting of 484 plants believed to be marijuana at a farm in

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Business Association Grows In Strength

  Business Association Grows In Strength

Attorney-General and Minister for Finance, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum and the Fijian delegation met with executives and members of the India-Fiji Business

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Opening Of The New Fiji Airways Call Centre Creates New Jobs

  Opening Of The New Fiji Airways Call Centre Creates New Jobs

With the launching of the Fiji Airways Global Reservations Centre in Suva yesterday, 45 new jobs were created. Fiji Airways

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Chrome For iOS Plays Nicely With Mac Browsers, Big iPhones

  Chrome For iOS Plays Nicely With Mac Browsers, Big iPhones

At long last, Google has overhauled its Chrome browser for iOS to fit into the company’s Material Design language —

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Husband Recalls Last Words With Wife

  Husband Recalls Last Words With Wife

A family in Kalekana, Lami, is still trying to come to terms with the death of their wife and mother

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Foundation Gives $1.2m Medical Supplies

  Foundation Gives $1.2m Medical Supplies

The Vodafone ATH Foundation with the help of partners Physionet UK and Spinal Injury Association has donated $1.2million of medical

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Nadi Chamber To Mark First Chinese New Year

  Nadi Chamber To Mark First Chinese New Year

Nadi Chamber of Commerce and Industries (NCCI) president Dr Ram Raju said the Chamber will celebrate Chinese New Year for

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Ministry Seeks Experienced Teachers

  Ministry Seeks Experienced Teachers

The Ministry of Education is looking for 100 experienced teaching couples to serve in underperforming schools in rural and maritime

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Leave Pay Given On Merit

  Leave Pay Given On Merit

The Commissioner of Police has the prerogative to approve all payments made to Police officers in lieu of leave. Commissioner

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Murder Suspects Appear In Court

  Murder Suspects Appear In Court

The two suspects alleged to have murdered 42-year-old Parma Nand at Wailevu Tabucola Tiri in Wailevu last week appeared in

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Teenager, 17, Lives Off A Diet Of Chips

  Teenager, 17, Lives Off A Diet Of Chips

A girl with a food phobia has lived off a diet of chips and cheese for five years – because

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Tavua Residents Urged To Take Precaution Against Dengue Fever

  Tavua Residents Urged To Take Precaution Against Dengue Fever

The Assistant Minister for Health Veena Bhatnagar has reminded the residents of Tavua to carry out precautionary measures to avoid

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Fill Free Medicine Initiative Form, Assistant Minister Tells

  Fill Free Medicine Initiative Form, Assistant Minister Tells

The Assistant Minister for Health and Medical Services Veena Bhatnagar yesterday encouraged residents of Tavua to fill in registration forms

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PIDF In Global Renewable Energy Body

  PIDF In Global Renewable Energy Body

The Pacific Islands Development Forum (PIDF) has been admitted as an Observer organisation with the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA).

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Angry Akbar Sends Boys Home

  Angry Akbar Sends Boys Home

An unhappy Minister for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation has sent home two young boys after spotting them selling ‘ivi’

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Ministry Last Option For Mum

  Ministry Last Option For Mum

Thirty-five-year-old Laite Duve will not stop to ensure that her son will receive the best education he can get. Desperate

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Ba Chamber Vigilant Against Flood

  Ba Chamber Vigilant Against Flood

The Ba Chamber of Commerce and Industries is taking a different approach when natural disasters such as flood affects their

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Sky’s The Limit For Swamy

  Sky’s The Limit For Swamy

An orphan who is pursuing her dream of becoming a veterinary doctor credits her success so far to the St

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Twomey Hails Police Work

  Twomey Hails Police Work

Recent work by the Fiji Police Force has been hailed by the Australia’s High Commissioner to Fiji, Margaret Twomey. During

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