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    Sports Development A Priority, Tuitubou

Sports Development A Priority, Tuitubou

Minister for Youth and Sports Laisenia Tuitubou reiterated Government’s support towards sports development while speaking to the Fiji U20 Rugby Team. The Under 20 side is currently participating in the

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    Nadi Students Visit Parliament

Nadi Students Visit Parliament

Twenty-five students of International School Nadi yesterday visited Fiji Parliament as part of their educational tour of the capital city. School teacher  Asinate Draunimasi said Year 5 and 6 students

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    Dedicated Team Still  Working On Holland Case

Dedicated Team Still Working On Holland Case

A dedicated team is still investigating the death of Suva businessman, Holland Seeto, a month after his body was found at his Laucala Beach Estate workplace. Fiji Police Force’s chief

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    Trial Advocacy Training Success

Trial Advocacy Training Success

The Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (ODPP) announces the successful completion of a three-day International Advocacy Teacher Trainers’ Course for 2015. The inaugural International Advocacy Teacher Trainers’ Course

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    Want To Reside In NZ?

Want To Reside In NZ?

Citizens of Fiji are encouraged to register early for this year’s ballot under the Immigration New Zealand Pacific Access Category. Registrations will be open between April 1 and 30, 2015.

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    Bainimarama Sends Condolence

Bainimarama Sends Condolence

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama has sent a message of sympathy to his Singapore counterpart, Lee Hsien Loong, on the passing of the former Prime Minister and founder of the City

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    Private Lutu Follows Dad’s Footsteps

Private Lutu Follows Dad’s Footsteps

Most young men love to follow in their father’s footsteps. Private Mataiasi Lutu, 23, was among some of the fine young men among the 34 Republic of Fiji Military Forces

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    Seeds For Life Project In Solovi

Seeds For Life Project In Solovi

In a bid to improve subsistence farming in communities, the Vodafone ATH Fiji Foundation and Western Charity Alliance are visiting districts. Western Charity Alliance executive director Jitendra Naidu said the

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    Tuitubou On Fact Finding Mission To Australia

Tuitubou On Fact Finding Mission To Australia

The Minister for Youth and Sports Laisenia Tuitubou is currently leading a fact finding mission to Canberra, Australia. The visit is part of the Ministry’s efforts in partnership with the

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New Zealand Banks On Leadership Fiji

  New Zealand Banks On Leadership Fiji

The New Zealand High Commission has provided a grant of FJ$15,000 to continue its ongoing support to the local Leadership

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EDITORIAL: Milk Scheme A Fiji First And Regional Leader

  EDITORIAL: Milk Scheme A Fiji First And Regional Leader

The naysayers were proved wrong once again yesterday. Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama launched the free milk for Year One students

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Letters To The Editor, March 24, 2015

  Letters To The Editor, March 24, 2015

Maggots in guavas Dr Sushil K Sharma, Lautoka   Guavas are in full season, with trees in the Western Division

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FOCUS: Aussie View, How Pam Can Help Build Fiji Ties

  FOCUS: Aussie View, How Pam Can Help Build Fiji Ties

Anthony Bergin is deputy director of the Australian Strategic Policy Institute. Karl Claxton is an ASPI analyst.   Cyclone Pam

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The Vakamalolo performed at Nakelo District School

  The Vakamalolo performed at Nakelo District School
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Free Milk Fiji Wide

  Free Milk Fiji Wide

It was a promise the Government fully intended to keep and they delivered in milk-loads. The Voreqe Bainimarama Government’s Free

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Weet-Bix Treat For Kids

  Weet-Bix Treat For Kids

Year One students will also be given a serve of Weet-Bix, the Prime Minister announced yesterday while launching the free

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Nakelo Sorry, PM Accepts

  Nakelo Sorry, PM Accepts

The Prime Minister, Voreqe Bainimarama, yesterday accepted the district of Nakelo’s traditional apology. The district is apologising to the PM

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PIDF Farewells Ambassador Teleni

  PIDF Farewells Ambassador Teleni

The Interim Secretary General of the Pacific Islands Development Forum, Amena Yauvoli, and staff of the PIDF Secretariat bid farewell

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Tikoduadua In The North

  Tikoduadua In The North

The Fiji Roads Authority (FRA) has aired concerns about its ongoing projects in the Northern Division. During a meeting with

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Regional Help Vital: NZ

  Regional Help Vital: NZ

Vanuatu is in dire need of manpower. That is the assessment coming from the Fijian advance team in Port Vila

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More Help On The Way For Vanuatu

  More Help On The Way For Vanuatu

Loraini Namoumou was excited but fearful at the same time about her first deployment outside Fiji. But she is grateful

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Settling The Settlements

  Settling The Settlements

Some settlements are claiming to be villages. But that’s easier said than done. There are certain requirements for the settlements

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PNA To NZ, US Tuna Industry: If You Don’t Want To Play By The Rules, Fish Elsewhere

  PNA To NZ, US Tuna Industry: If You Don’t Want To Play By The Rules, Fish Elsewhere

The chief executive of the Parties to the Nauru Agreement (PNA) has hit back at criticism from New Zealand and

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Cocoa Production In The Ra Province Gains Momentum

  Cocoa Production In The Ra Province Gains Momentum

Cocoa production in the Ra province is gaining momentum. In the Tokaimalo District, 3.5 tonnes of cocoa was produced in

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Fiji, China Sign MOU On Forestry Co-operation

  Fiji, China Sign MOU On Forestry Co-operation

Fiji and China’s bilateral ties were further strengthened yesterday. This after a Memorandum of Understanding was signed that would help

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FRIEND Develops New Products

  FRIEND Develops New Products

A growing local non-government organisation (NGO) is developing a new line of value-added products with the help of local farmers.

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Bele Died of Heart Disease, Police

  Bele Died of Heart Disease, Police

The late Iosefo Bele died of severe Vulvular Cardiomyopathy and Vulvular Heart Disease (Rheumatic). This was confirmed by the Fiji

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Big Plus For Fiji

  Big Plus For Fiji

The 2015 World Rugby Pacific Challenge tournament director Michael Groom hopes the 2016 event will be hosted in Fiji. Groom

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‘Boys Did Well’

  ‘Boys Did Well’

Telecom Fijian Warriors coach Senirusi Seruvakula applauded the performance of the team yesterday. Despite going down 9-17 in the final

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