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    ‘Silly Mistakes’ Costly For Tonga A

‘Silly Mistakes’ Costly For Tonga A

Tonga A went down fighting to a much stronger Samoa A side 30 – 28 at the ANZ Stadium in Suva. Tonga A coach, Isileli Fatani said silly mistakes proved

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    WEATHER UPDATE: Strong Winds Warning Remains For Rotuma

WEATHER UPDATE: Strong Winds Warning Remains For Rotuma

Weather Bulletin Issued from the National Weather Forecasting Centre Nadi at 3:30pm on Tuesday the 10th of March 2015 A STRONG WIND WARNING REMAINS IN FORCE FOR LAND AREA AND

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    Methodist Church Visits Ro Teimumu

Methodist Church Visits Ro Teimumu

Leaders of the Methodist Church in Fiji paid a courtesy call to the Leader of Opposition, Ro Teimumu Kepa at the Opposition office in Suva yesterday. The church delegation was

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    Three More Die On Roads

Three More Die On Roads

Three people died on our roads in separate accidents in the past three days. A man died yesterday at Edinburgh Drive in Suva after he was allegedly hit by a

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    Cakaudrove Provincial Meeting Deferred

Cakaudrove Provincial Meeting Deferred

The Cakaudrove Provincial meeting scheduled to eventuate at Yaroi Village Hall, in Yaroi Village, Tikina Nasavusavu this Friday has been deferred to a later date. Ministry of iTaukei Affairs Permanent

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    Police Station To Be Completed Soon

Police Station To Be Completed Soon

Maintenance work at the Labasa Police Station is expected to be completed by the end of this month. This was revealed by Northern Division heads at a Government department meeting

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    Zalika Wins  Lautoka Oratory

Zalika Wins Lautoka Oratory

Soroptimist International Lautoka organised International Women’s Day Oratory contest yesterday. About 24 schools from around Lautoka took part in the oratory which was held at Saru MGM School. The theme:

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    Accused Texted Victim After Death

Accused Texted Victim After Death

A man accused of burning his friend to death texted the victim days after his death saying whoever committed the crime “deserves to be in jail for good”. Shivneel Kumar,

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    EDITORIAL: Rooting Out Prostitution And Associated Illicit Practices

EDITORIAL: Rooting Out Prostitution And Associated Illicit Practices

Police are right to worry about the sex trade involving foreigners becoming the territory of organised crime. From what we have gathered over the past few days, we no longer

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Letters To The Editor, March 10, 2015

  Letters To The Editor, March 10, 2015

Published photo Dr Christopher Griffin, Rakiraki Was it really necessary to publish that photo (FS March 7) of a young

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WEATHER UPDATE: Strong Wind Warning For Rotuma

  WEATHER UPDATE: Strong Wind Warning For Rotuma

Weather Bulletin Issued from the National Weather Forecasting Centre Nadi at 10:45am on Tuesday the 10th of March 2015 A

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PM Slams Kepa Flag Boycott

  PM Slams Kepa Flag Boycott

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama yesterday criticised Opposition Leader Ro Teimumu Kepa for boycotting the process to choose a new national

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Govt Getting Prepared

  Govt Getting Prepared

Government is not taking any chances. It is preparing for the worst as a tropical depression, that could develop into

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Academy Best In Pacific, Says Prime Minister

  Academy Best In Pacific, Says Prime Minister

The new Fiji Maritime Academy is a major leap forward for the nation, says Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama. He spoke

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ANALYSIS: Direct Lease Money Payment Safe, Fair

  ANALYSIS: Direct Lease Money Payment Safe, Fair

The iTaukei Land Trust Board’s decision to deposit lease money share into landowners’ individual bank accounts is a major breakthrough

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Sunday Whites

  Sunday Whites

There is a move from a group to bring back the all white dress on Sundays. In the past, the

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North Help Scheme Under Scrutiny

  North Help Scheme Under Scrutiny

The Northern Development Programme (NDP) has come a long way since its inception in 2007 as a result of a

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Natural Resources Committee Seeks Advice

  Natural Resources Committee Seeks Advice

Poor attendance at the Standing Committee for Natural Resources forced the cancellation of its meeting yesterday.   Senior officials at the

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Committee Schedule Amended For Funeral

  Committee Schedule Amended For Funeral

The parliamentary secretariat is expected to amend its standing committee schedule for this week to accommodate the funeral of Opposition

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Melanesian Airlines Agreement

  Melanesian Airlines Agreement

A partnership agreement between the Melanesian airlines of Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu has been signed and is

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Solomon Airlines Charters Nauru Boeing

  Solomon Airlines Charters  Nauru Boeing

Solomon Airlines has chartered Nauru Airlines’ Boeing 737-300 to operate between March 10 to 29. This is as the Solomon

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Kapiti Looks To Expand Cheese Into Other Resorts

  Kapiti Looks To Expand Cheese Into Other Resorts

Kapiti Fine Foods Limited will be looking at expanding their network in cheese to the food industries in Fiji. The

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‘We Have To Win’

  ‘We Have To Win’

The Telecom Fijian Warriors will need to win their first game today, says Nemani Nagusa. The team captain made the

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WEATHER UPDATE: Tropical Cyclone Pam To Intensify By Next Week

  WEATHER UPDATE: Tropical Cyclone Pam To Intensify By Next Week

Weather Situation – Late last evening Tropical Disturbance 11F was upgraded to tropical cyclone status and named Tropical Cyclone PAM, and

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Locals Only For Tonga A

  Locals Only For Tonga A

Exposing local players is top priority for Tonga A during the 2015 World Rugby Pacific Challenge which starts today. Tonga

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Prove Your Worth: Lemeko

  Prove Your Worth: Lemeko

Samoa A is looking at the 2015 World Rugby Pacific Challenge as a chance for their players to impress selectors

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Fijians Help In Win In UAE

  Fijians Help In Win In UAE

Dubai: The Al Ain Amblers Rugby Club in the United Arab Emirates continued their 2015 winning streak after the Under-18

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