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    Nauru 4 Charges Terminated

Nauru 4 Charges Terminated

Four Nauruan nationals out of five charged for manslaughter in the death of 22-year- old Tongan university student, Sione Tufui, have had their proceedings terminated by the High Court in

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    Savusavu Hosts MOBILIZE Meet

Savusavu Hosts MOBILIZE Meet

Marist Old Boys bi-annual conference, otherwise known as MOBILIZE will be hosted in Savusavu. The decision was made by the Executive committee of the Marist Old Boys Association. The Marist

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    EDITORIAL: Govt, Fijian Firms Lead Way Helping A Neighbour In Need

EDITORIAL: Govt, Fijian Firms Lead Way Helping A Neighbour In Need

Industry, Trade and Tourism Minister Faiyaz Siddiq Koya needs to be commended for leading the charge in gathering help for cyclone-torn Vanuatu. Fijian companies who came forward within 24 hours

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    Ratu Inoke Builds Japan Ties

Ratu Inoke Builds Japan Ties

The Minister for Foreign Affairs, Ratu Inoke Kubuabola is in Japan. On Sunday he held bilateral meeting in Sendai, Miyagi,with his Japan counterpart, Fumio Kishisda in the margin of the

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    New Sequel To Vutia Warrior Controversy

New Sequel To Vutia Warrior Controversy

Vutia village elder Nikola Radrodro said last night they were disappointed and insulted by comments about them attributed to the spokesman of Roko Tui Dreketi, Ro Teimumu Kepa. Mr Radrodro

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    A Black Day

A Black Day

Widow Manjula Devi was too distraught to talk after bodies of her two sons were found in the sea off Vatuwaqa in Suva yesterday. Four years ago, Ms Devi lost

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    Survivor Counts His Lucky Stars

Survivor Counts His Lucky Stars

Shalvin Kumar, 14, counts his lucky stars as the only survivor of a swimming trip which turned tragic on Sunday afternoon. Kumar and four friends went swimming off Nanuku Settlement

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    PM Upset Over Drownings

PM Upset Over Drownings

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama said yesterday he was “especially upset” by the multiple drowning in the sea off Vatuwaqa. Speaking in Parliament, Mr Bainimarama said it was only on Friday

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    BSP Robbers Face Further Charges

BSP Robbers Face Further Charges

Five out of the six men convicted in the Bank South Pacific robbery are now facing charges for alleged robbery of the Peninsula Hotel. Tevita Sugu, Solomoni Qurai, Josaia Usumaki,

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Geneva Calling

  Geneva Calling

The Prime Minister revealed in Parliament yesterday that an e-mail from the Opposition side requested that the parliamentary committee dealing

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Schools In Vanuatu Destroyed Or Damaged: United Nations

  Schools In Vanuatu Destroyed  Or Damaged: United Nations

All schools in Vanuatu have been destroyed or damaged by Tropical Cyclone Pam, the United Nations says. Aid agencies said

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5 Reservations

  5 Reservations

The parliamentary debate on the content of the report of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on foreign affairs and defence focused

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PM Backs Anti-torture Laws

  PM Backs Anti-torture Laws

Fijians already have the strongest Constitutional protection against tortures said Prime Minister, Voreqe Bainimarama yesterday. He made this statement during

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ANALYSIS: Communalism Versus Individualism

  ANALYSIS: Communalism Versus Individualism

Some iTaukei say the two concepts can work together. Others say they are incompatible and cannot mix like oil and

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MPs Stand With Pam Victims

  MPs Stand With Pam Victims

The tragic consequences of Cyclone Pam in Vanuatu were not lost upon Fijian parliamentarians yesterday. Speaker of Parliament Jiko Luveni

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Konrote Trip

  Konrote Trip

Minister for Employment, Productivity and Industrial Relations Jioji Konrote will leave for Geneva, Switzerland this Friday. He will attend the

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Order Papers Under Scrutiny

  Order Papers Under Scrutiny

Any ruling made by the Speaker of the House of Parliament set a precedent with implications for future sittings, Opposition

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New Tourism Fiji Board Appointments

  New Tourism Fiji Board Appointments

Three new appointments to the Tourism Fiji Board were announced by Government yesterday which sees Truman Bradley assuming the role

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JICA Boosts FBC Radio

  JICA Boosts FBC Radio

Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) will provide a grant aid of FJ$15 million for the construction of a new medium

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Stock Exchange Seminar Back

  Stock Exchange Seminar Back

The South Pacific Stock Exchange is recommencing its lunch-hour investment seminars regarding the stock market. The seminar, a free of

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ANALYSIS: Reef Damage Could Harm Fijian Tourism Industry

  ANALYSIS: Reef Damage Could Harm Fijian Tourism Industry

In the last three weeks there have been two articles, one in Australia and one in New Zealand, about how

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Test For Samoa A

  Test For Samoa A

Being one of the top two teams in the 2015 World Rugby Pacific Challenge has not made Samoa A complacent.

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Naholo, Osborne Out: McKee

  Naholo, Osborne Out: McKee

As the race continues for a spot in the Vodafone Flying Fijians squad to the 2015 Rugby World Cup in

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Fijiana Win Bowl

  Fijiana Win Bowl

The Telecom Fijiana will have another trophy in their cabinet after beating Spain to win the Bowl final of the

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Pampas Rate Warriors

  Pampas Rate Warriors

The Telecom Fijian Warriors may need some work, but they are still a very tough team with great potential, says

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‘We Are Right At Home’

  ‘We Are Right At Home’

The Argentina Pampas XV received a thunderous reception when they arrived at Gospel High School in Suva yesterday. Speaking on

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Nadi Keeper Off To Hekari

  Nadi Keeper Off To Hekari

Goalkeeper Ben Mateinaqara plays his final match for Jacks Nadi against Labasa in the Rewa Galaxy Premier League match at

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Athletics Fiji Mourn Bainimoli

  Athletics Fiji Mourn Bainimoli

Shop N Save Athletics Fiji is mourning the death of the former national sprinter Inoke Bainimoli. The Naivilaca, Noco, Rewa

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