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    EDITORIAL: Let’s Treasure This Moment In Our History

EDITORIAL: Let’s Treasure This Moment In Our History

Many countries including New Zealand and India have commended Fiji for its progress in complying with the standards set by the United Nations Human Rights Council. Their response came after

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    Letters March 21, 2015

Letters March 21, 2015

Flag debate Kirti Patel, Lautoka What is so hard about taking the whole of Fiji’s view on the flag saga? Let’s give it a try and see. As much as

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    Matavesi Is ‘Best All-Rounder’

Matavesi Is ‘Best All-Rounder’

He could not have wished for more after being the ‘Best All-Rounder’ at the Fiji Corrections Services passing-out parade yesterday at the Naboro Corrections facility. Corrections officer class C, Vulaqoro

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    Project Guide Will Help Community Groups

Project Guide Will Help Community Groups

A Community Project Guide Manual has been developed for training community-based groups on the sustainable management of running income-generating projects. The guide was developed by Tevita Tokalauvere, who is the

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    Seawall Planned For Tukavesi Village

Seawall Planned For Tukavesi Village

A non-governmental organisation is helping villagers of Tukavesi, Natewa, Cakaudrove to build a new seawall. The People’s Community Network (PCN), project comes in the wake of a ground-breaking ceremony for

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    Many Farewells For Nang Foo Yee

Many Farewells For Nang Foo Yee

The Chinese community in Labasa paid their last respects to the oldest member of their community yesterday. Nang Foo Yee, who was 80 years old, died on Monday after serving

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    Aust Aid Funds Hall For Village

Aust Aid Funds Hall For Village

More than 300 villagers will benefit from the building of a village hall for Tukavesi Village in Natewa, Cakaudrove. A ground-breaking ceremony involving Government workers and neighbouring villages was held

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    $2000 Plus Raised So Far For Pam Victims

$2000 Plus Raised So Far For Pam Victims

It’s a hurtful feeling to know that we are safe and happy here in Fiji while our people are suffering and in need back home. These were the words of

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    Taiwan Gives $US20,000

Taiwan Gives $US20,000

Relief and monetary assistance continues to pour in for the victims of Severe Tropical Cyclone Pam in Vanuatu. On Thursday, the Republic of China (Taiwan) donated $US20,000. The Head of

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India Gives US$250K For Cyclone Rehab

  India Gives US$250K For Cyclone Rehab

The Government of India has given US$ 250,000 to Vanuatu to help with relief and rehabilitation efforts in the aftermath

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Locals Mark Japan’s Doll Festival

  Locals Mark Japan’s Doll Festival

The Asian ladies community with local counterparts celebrated the Japanese Doll Festival in Loa Street, Tamavua on Tuesday. Programme host

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More Drug Finds In Navosa

  More Drug Finds In Navosa

Police have uprooted more plants believed to be marijuana from the interior of Navosa. A team of officers trekked for

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Be Transparent, Police Urge Supervisors

  Be Transparent, Police Urge Supervisors

Police officers, middle managers and supervisors who attended the Fiji Police Force Level 3 Criminal Investigation Department (CID) Investigators course

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Police Reopen Women’s Network

  Police Reopen Women’s Network

It was an emotional gathering for 26 senior female officers who met for the first time on Thursday for the

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Association Lauds Govt Commitment

  Association Lauds Govt Commitment

The Fiji Public Service Association has commended the Bainimarama Government for ensuring that retired women pensioners and war veterans were

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Water, Sanitation Boost

  Water, Sanitation Boost

At least 16 communities in Fiji are expected to get better water supply and sanitation. The Australian government funded Fiji

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Diabetes Fiji Wary Of Increase

  Diabetes Fiji Wary Of Increase

Diabetes Fiji is trying its best to address the increase in the number of diabetics in the country. Diabetes Fiji,

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Visit Brings Joy For Elders

  Visit Brings Joy For Elders

Residents of Father Law Home outside Lami were beaming with smiles as members of the Rewa Provincial Council Youth visited

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Tuitubou Briefs Naivalurua

  Tuitubou Briefs Naivalurua

Fiji’s newly-appointed Ambassador to China Ioane Naivalurua last week met with the Minister for Youth and Sports, Laisenia Tuitubou. The

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The Dawn Of Happiness

  The Dawn Of Happiness

Tourism Fiji, Sofitel Fiji Resort and Spa and Rosie Holidays hosted a sunrise show with breakfast on the beach at

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$20K Boost For Ratu Navula College

  $20K Boost For Ratu Navula College

Students of Ratu Navula College can now get a first-hand experience of using commercial equipment before joining the workforce. The

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Aussie Help For Nadi Special School

  Aussie Help For Nadi Special School

Nadi Special School students received a donation of stationery and First Aid kit from an Australian volunteer on Thursday. Kerrie

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Tubeirata Village Joins Violence-Free Initiative

  Tubeirata Village Joins  Violence-Free Initiative

Government’s push for the establishment of violence-free communities has gathered momentum with Tubeirata Village in upper Nadroga province being the

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Sole Breadwinner, 19, Is Latest Road Fatality

  Sole Breadwinner, 19, Is Latest Road Fatality

An accident at the Lovu stretch outside Lautoka on Monday night claimed a life of 19-year-old passenger Rajneel Vikash Mani,

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ANALYSIS: Speaker Vs Tikoca: What Next?

  ANALYSIS: Speaker Vs Tikoca: What Next?

The Opposition Whip, Ratu Isoa Tikoca, could be on the verge of being ejected from Parliament by the Speaker Jiko

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‘Not Affected’

  ‘Not Affected’

The Land Transport Authority has said there would be no suspension of taxi services at night. Authority chief executive officer

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Defence: Victim Doused In As Much As 15 Litres Of Petrol

  Defence: Victim Doused In As Much As 15 Litres Of Petrol

Up to 15 litres of petrol may have been poured over an Auckland man while he lay unconscious on the

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Second Group Of Fijians Off To NZ

  Second Group Of Fijians Off To NZ

The Ministry of Employment, Productivity and Industrial Relations, through its Foreign Employment Service (FORES), farewelled the second group Fijian workers

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$45,000, Please

  $45,000, Please

A founder of a church group who has decided to break away has demanded the church pay $45,000 because he

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