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    WEATHER UPDATE: Tropical Depression Lies North West Of Nadi

WEATHER UPDATE: Tropical Depression Lies North West Of Nadi

Tropical Depression now lies 1,300 km North-west of Nadi at 2pm, according to the Fiji Meteorological Service. On its projected path it is expected to lay about 1,200 km North-west

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    WEATHER UPDATE: Strong Wind Warning

WEATHER UPDATE: Strong Wind Warning

Weather Bulletin Issued from the National Weather Forecasting Centre Nadi at 3:30pm on Monday the 9th of March 2015. A STRONG WIND WARNING IS NOW IN FORCE FOR LAND AREA

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    Retailers Warned About Stolen Cheques

Retailers Warned About Stolen Cheques

Investigations are currently underway into a series of stolen cheques that we believe could be used for retailing soon or in the near future. It is believed that the Westpac

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    SPEECH: PM At The Rebranding Of Maritime School

SPEECH: PM At The Rebranding Of Maritime School

Bula vinaka and a very good morning to you all. I’m delighted to be here to celebrate a milestone in Fiji’s development as a maritime nation – the official opening

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    Simplify Traditions, Says Chief

Simplify Traditions, Says Chief

Bau chief Ratu George Kadavulevu (Junior) said it was time for the iTaukei people to simplify some of their traditions. He said this might be difficult, but because of its

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    Increase In Trend Worries Akbar

Increase In Trend Worries Akbar

The Ministry of Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation is concerned about the high number of abandoned children placed in homes. The Minister, Rosy Akbar, was alerted following her recent visits

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    Fiji At First World Ramayana Mela

Fiji At First World Ramayana Mela

Fiji, among eight other countries, took part in the first International Ramayan Mela in India. A group of 10 people including students performed episodes of Ram Leela in three states

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    Beware Of Offshore Deals: Whiteside

Beware Of Offshore Deals: Whiteside

Members of the public are advised to refrain from investing with Ecovexco Investment Group, a company that has been advertising investment opportunities through the local newspapers. A statement released last

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    Ratu Epeli Lauds Women Groups

Ratu Epeli Lauds Women Groups

The President, Ratu Epeli Nailatikau, has commended women non-government organisations (NGOs), for their role in providing health and social services to women around the country, especially those in rural communities.

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New Pastor For Evangel Temple

  New Pastor For Evangel Temple

Reverend Tatau Senimili Vakayatu is the new Evangel Temple senior pastor in Labasa. This church is part of the Assemblies

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Rice Farmer Toils On

  Rice Farmer Toils On

Eighteen-year-old Hirdesh Chand opted to leave school to look after his family’s rice farm in Wailevu, Labasa. The farm was

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Talks Progress On New Namuka School

  Talks Progress On New Namuka School

The discussions on the proposed construction of Namuka Secondary School at Namuka District in Vanua Levu are ongoing. The proposed

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Soroptimists Saturday Service

  Soroptimists Saturday Service

Soroptimist International (SI) Lautoka conducted their Saturday of Service at the Sunshine Special School. The day is marked on the

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Challenge For Lovu Women

  Challenge For Lovu Women

The calls for women to be strong amidst the abuses they face daily were heard across the country yesterday during

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Make It Happen, Women Told

  Make It Happen, Women Told

“Make It Happen” was the strong messages delivered to women and young girls during a two-day workshop. The workshop was

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Conflict Resolve For Villagers

  Conflict Resolve For Villagers

A three-week course for villages in Sigatoka ended during the weekend. The workshop, funded by the European Union and conducted

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EDITORIAL: Marist 7s Helping Fijians Hit Big Time On The Global Stage

  EDITORIAL: Marist 7s Helping Fijians Hit Big Time On The Global Stage

The 39th Fiji Bitter Marist 7s again ended on a high note last Saturday. And it’s becoming bigger and better

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Letters To The Editor, March 9 2015

  Letters To The Editor, March 9 2015

Spies Amenatave Yaconisau, Suva Your editorial comment (FS 7/3/15) on spies refers. It is with distaste that Fiji is watching

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What Is A Backbencher?

  What Is A Backbencher?

– Professor Richard Herr is Adjunct Professor of Governance and Ethics at the Fiji National University. The FNU acknowledges the

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Weather Update

  Weather Update

Weather Bulletin Issued from the National Weather Forecasting Centre Nadi at 10:45am on Monday the 9th of March 2015. Forecast

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Police: Sex Trade Fears

  Police: Sex Trade Fears

Prostitution here involving foreign nationals has become an organised crime, says Police chief of investigation and intelligence Henry Brown. Assistant

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Girl, 4, Found Dead In Pool

  Girl, 4, Found Dead In Pool

A four-year-old girl is Fiji’s latest drowning victim after she was found dead last Saturday afternoon in a swimming pool

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Seruiratu Leads Preparation

  Seruiratu Leads Preparation

The National Disaster Management Office (NDMO) yesterday started preparations against the tropical disturbance that could affect the country. Although it

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Tropical Disturbance Being Watched Closely

  Tropical Disturbance Being Watched Closely

A warning is in place for members of the public to be prepared and take precautionary measures as tropical disturbance

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Fashion Buzz

  Fashion Buzz

We hear that even in a small country like ours where there is a minute fashion show industry, things can

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Widow Counts Her Blessings

  Widow Counts Her Blessings

Forty-year-old Laisa Vakatalai could not express how proud she is, knowing that her son will be among the new 147

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Netters In Corrections List

  Netters In Corrections List

Two National netball reps, Unaisi Raulini and Vaiti Waqatabu, are among the 147 Fijian Corrections Service(FCS)recruits who will graduate in

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Recruits Reminded Of Duty By Chaplain

  Recruits Reminded Of Duty By Chaplain

Honesty and integrity is needed in this field, Fijian Corrections Service (FCS) chaplain, Reverend Josefa Tikonatabua told the recruits yesterday.

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Call For Aust Kava Ban

  Call For Aust Kava Ban

The Fiji Kava Council is not happy with a proposal made by Australia’s Indigenous Affairs Minister, Nigel Scullion to ban

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