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    American Ambassador visit Fiji Sun

American Ambassador visit Fiji Sun

American Ambassador to Fiji, Kiribati, Nauru, Tong and Tuvalu Judith Cefkin visited the Fiji Sun head office at Walu Bay, Suva this afternoon. Ms Cefkin was met by three of

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    Fiji’s Grammy Awards Set For May

Fiji’s Grammy Awards Set For May

The 2nd Annual Fiji Performing Right Association (FPRA) Awards Night is set forMay 16 at the Grand Pacific Hotel in Suva. This was confirmed by FPRA director Seru Serevi who indicated that

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    The Truth

The Truth

The iTaukei Affairs leaders led by Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama want to correct any misconception on iTaukei issues today. They will be at the Raiwaqa Basketball Court, in Suva, at

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    Good Response From Businesses In Savusavu

Good Response From Businesses In Savusavu

The business community in Savusavu turned up in numbers to attend the Fiji Revenue and Customs Authority information session. Hosted by the authority’s chief executive, Jitoko Tikolevu, the session was

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    China To Celebrate 40 Years Of Ties

China To Celebrate 40 Years Of Ties

The Chinese Embassy will be staging an anniversary celebration in October to mark its 40th year of diplomatic relations with Fiji. Political counsellor at the Embassy Yang Zhaohui confirmed this

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    Personal Preference

Personal Preference

A strong Government critic at an island not so far from Suva is using solar at his farm. This is great but it is a village project. Many in his

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    Fiji Airways, And the New Fiji

Fiji Airways, And the New Fiji

Fiji Airways will soon announce its highest profits ever. The Opposition just can’t stomach that. They prefer to return to an archaic arrangement where the national airline was shackled by

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    Town Elections Wait For New Laws

Town Elections Wait For New Laws

Municipal elections will take place once the Local Government Act is reviewed. This was confirmed by Minister for Local Government, Housing and Environment, Parveen Kumar yesterday. He said the Act

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    Petitions Filed

Petitions Filed

Opposition member Viliame Gavoka yesterday filed a petition against the removal of the Fiji flag. Mr Gavoka said the petition was signed by approximately 1500 Fijian citizens. Niko Nawaikula also

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Department Of Roads Resistant To Change: Tikoduadua

  Department Of Roads Resistant To Change: Tikoduadua

Roads that were supposed to last 20 years were falling apart after five years under the tenure of the previous

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Fijian Crafters Earning More, Says Koya

  Fijian Crafters Earning More, Says Koya

The “Fijian Made-Buy Fijian’ campaign is helping local crafters add a few hundred dollars per month to their income. The

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No Election Plan Yet For Sugar Council: PM

  No Election Plan Yet For Sugar Council: PM

There is currently no plan in place to hold an election for the Sugar Growers Council says Prime Minister Voreqe

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More Help For Women At Markets

  More Help For Women At Markets

Three-hundred-and-fifty women are now benefitting from the provision of overnight accommodation at six municipal markets.  Another two centres will be

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Women’s Body Hits Out At Karavaki

  Women’s Body Hits Out At Karavaki

The Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre (FWCC) has spoken out strongly against comments made in Parliament by Opposition MP, Semester Karavaki

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Pacific Island Air Plans New Hangar

  Pacific Island Air Plans New Hangar

Pacific Island Air is taking another step in its development in a bid to grow the company. It will soon

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First Transit Customers For Rejuvenation Centre

  First Transit Customers For Rejuvenation Centre

Essence of Fiji welcomed its first transit customers for its Spa Rejuvenation Centre this week. Tiffany and Michael, who were

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Our Trade Deficit Drops By $257m In November 2014

  Our Trade Deficit Drops By $257m In November 2014

Provisional data put the value of goods imported in November 2014 at $388.5 million. This is while the value of

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Eight Agri Reps Attend Livestock Improvement Training

  Eight Agri Reps Attend Livestock Improvement Training

In an effort to improve Fiji’s Livestock Industry, the Ministry of Agriculture has sent eight officers for Artificial Insemination (AI)

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Samabula 5-Vehicle Crash

  Samabula 5-Vehicle Crash

A major road accident at a Samabula intersection involving five vehicles yesterday afternoon held up traffic for over an hour.

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Union To Improve Relations With Govt

  Union To Improve Relations With Govt

In their bid to improve relations with the Government, the Fijian Teachers Association has invited the Prime Minister, Voreqe Bainimarama,

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No Progress In Seeto Case

  No Progress In Seeto Case

There is still no progress into the alleged murder of Suva businessman, Holland Seeto. Fiji Police Force’s chief investigating officer,

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Students Tell Of Trip To Australia

  Students Tell Of Trip To Australia

Ten lucky students who were part of the 2014 Crest Chicken Cool stuff for Schools Cultural Exchange Programme shared their

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Women Welcome Ivi Season

  Women Welcome Ivi Season

Around this time of the year the Suva-Nausori corridor is littered with Ivi (chestnut) sellers from mostly Naitasiri, Tailevu and

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Diabetes Fiji Gets Foot Care Gear

  Diabetes Fiji Gets Foot Care Gear

Diabetes Fiji Inc donated a foot care equipment to the Ministry of Health yesterday. The acting Permanent Secretary for the

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Bench Warrant For Motibhai Patel Extended

  Bench Warrant For Motibhai Patel Extended

Mahendra Motibhai Patel who is charged with abuse of office, had his bench warrant extended. Patel was tried in absentia

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BSP Trial Resumes Today

  BSP Trial Resumes Today

The trial of six men allegedly involved in the Bank South Pacific daylight robbery took a day’s break yesterday and

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Send Kids To School, Minister Pleads

  Send Kids To School, Minister Pleads

The Minister for Education, Mahendra Reddy is pleading with all parents to send their children to school. The plea comes

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138 Cases So Far

  138 Cases So Far

A total of 138 dengue cases have so far been recorded around the country. Ministry of Health and Medical Services

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Diabetes Screening For Village Schools

  Diabetes Screening For Village Schools

Young Diabetes Fiji (YDF), conducted free medical check-up for students  as part of their 2015 Namosi outreach project. The project

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