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    Abandoned Baby Girl, Police Seeks Information

Abandoned Baby Girl, Police Seeks Information

Police are requesting information that could assist them locate or identify the person that left a new born baby girl outside the St Christopher’s Home Compound last night. A woman

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    Tick For Fiji

Tick For Fiji

Fiji’s latest report on human rights has been unanimously accepted and adopted in Geneva. Its Universal Periodic Review Report (UPR),  says Fiji has accepted 112 of the 138 recommendations made

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    Six Back From Sudan

Six Back From Sudan

Six Fijian Police officers returned home yesterday after a 12-month tour of duty in South Sudan. Among them was Police Constable Prashant Prasad. “It was very good, actually as it

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    Security Shot

Security Shot

Micky Bird has been reliably informed a Fijian who has a security company in Papua New Guinea was shot in the leg when he went and helped the two Fijian

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    Schools Mark Salt Awareness Week

Schools Mark Salt Awareness Week

The Ministry of Health in conjunction with Ministry of Education launched Salt Awareness Week at Dilkusha Girls School on Monday. The National Food and Nutrition Centre is also part of

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    Two Companies Likely To List On SPSE This Year

Two Companies Likely To List On SPSE This Year

At least two more companies a are likely to be listing on the South Pacific Stock Exchange this year. Chief executive Jinita Prasad indicated this during her presentation at the

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    Cane Payment Of 2014 Is $119.5 Million: Brown

Cane Payment Of 2014 Is $119.5 Million: Brown

The total cane payment of the 2014 sugarcane season for the full year is $119.5 million. This was confirmed by Tribunal at Sugar Industry Tribunal industrial commissioner/registrar Tim Brown. Of

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    Airline World’s Tiny Secret: Infatuation With Model Planes

Airline World’s Tiny Secret: Infatuation With Model Planes

In America, businessmen shake hands. In Japan, they bow. But all over the world airline executives engage in a greeting that is all their own: the exchange of model airplanes.

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    Wyndham Qualifies As A Premier Resort

Wyndham Qualifies As A Premier Resort

The Fiji Hotel and Tourism Association says that Wyndham Denarau Islands recent International recognition not only good for the property itself but is good for the industry as a whole.

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Kiwis Arrive To Live Their Dream

  Kiwis Arrive To Live Their Dream

Four Kiwi couples, winners of a Tourism Fiji competition arrived at the Nadi International Airport yesterday. Happy to be in

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Goundan’s Hopes To Bring Golfers Back

  Goundan’s Hopes To Bring Golfers Back

The Pearl Fiji Golf Resort & Spa has appointed a new golf manager in line with its plans to rebuild

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ANALYSIS: Thompson Joins Retiring Diplomats

  ANALYSIS: Thompson Joins Retiring Diplomats

Winston Thompson is joining the list of retiring Fijian diplomats in a major reshuffle in the foreign missions. Mr Thompson

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Husband Basher Remanded

  Husband Basher Remanded

A woman who allegedly assaulted her husband with a ceramic mug appeared at the Nasinu Magistrates Court on Wednesday. Mable

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Rewa Chief Not At Meeting

  Rewa Chief Not At Meeting

Rewa paramount chief, the Marama  Bale na Roko Tui Dreketi Ro Teimumu Kepa, did not attend the two-day Rewa Provincial

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Prime Minister On Growers’ Body

  Prime Minister On Growers’ Body

This is the full text of Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama’s response in Parliament yesterday to the question by Opposition parliamentarian

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Speaker Vs Tikoca

  Speaker Vs Tikoca

Opposition Whip, Ratu Isoa Tikoca was stopped by Speaker to Parliament, Jiko Luveni from making a personal explanation when he

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No Petition: Reddy

  No Petition: Reddy

No anti-Fiji flag petition was distributed said Minister for Education Mahendra Reddy. Mr Reddy was responding to an urgent question

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Equal Money Shared From Lease, Insists PM

  Equal Money Shared From Lease, Insists PM

In light of recent attempts by the Opposition to disrupt the Prime Minister and prevent him from updating all Fijians

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Blown By The Wind

  Blown By The Wind

Uraia Segati, a final year Law student at the University of the South Pacific, cannot forget the nightmare and experience

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3 Lives Saved In Fire

  3 Lives Saved In Fire

Akenata Vatogo, 53, was happy to see her family safe after a fire partly destroyed her home at Wainimako Place

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Three Bound For Tuvalu, Nauru

  Three Bound For Tuvalu, Nauru

Three retired teachers who have been awarded contracts under Government’s volunteer scheme to teach in Tuvalu and Nauru are eager

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Discipline, Pride, Key Focus: Naidu

  Discipline, Pride, Key Focus: Naidu

Natabua High School inducted 150 school prefects on Wednesday. They were chosen as form captains, assistant form captains, hostel prefects,

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Fire Destroys 5 Bedroom Home

  Fire Destroys 5 Bedroom Home

A family of six is now homeless after a fire destroyed their five-bedroom house on Wednesday at Volivoli Village, Sigatoka.

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Changes On Way For Mental Health Decree

  Changes On Way For Mental Health Decree

Plans to review the Mental Health Decree (2010) are currently underway with suggestions flowing in from stakeholders. The Ministry of

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EDITORIAL: Domestic Violence Against Men Should Not Be Tolerated

  EDITORIAL: Domestic Violence Against Men Should Not Be Tolerated

Violence against men in Fijian society is generally considered far below the rates against women. However, both should be condemned

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Letters March 20, 2015

  Letters March 20, 2015

Amnesia in Parliament Timoci Gaunavinaka, Nausori There is a sickness called Amnesia that causes significant memory loss. I am really

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Vanuatu: The Grief Of Islands

  Vanuatu: The Grief Of Islands

The islands of Vanuatu have been ravaged by cyclone Pam. The images of broken homes, the homeless people, are painful

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Centre For Women In Labasa Soon

  Centre For Women In Labasa Soon

The Fiji Corrections Services plans to build a facility for women in Labasa soon. This was confirmed by Corrections Commissioner

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Fijian Envoy Visits Frederick

  Fijian Envoy Visits Frederick

Organisers of the Fijian ambassador’s visit to Frederick; USA hope it will help local students and officials better understand the

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