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    Fiji Through To Quarter-final

Fiji Through To Quarter-final

The Vodafone Fijian 7s side finished top of Pool A after a 33-19 victory over England at Prince Chichibu Memorial Ground in Tokyo. Key player Pio Tuwai was stretchered out

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    Stunning Start In Tokyo

Stunning Start In Tokyo

Portugal caused the first major upset of the Tokyo Sevens defeating Australia 12-10, their first victory over Geraint John’s side since the Plate final at the 2009 London Sevens as the

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    Dramatisation Of The Walk To Calvary

Dramatisation Of The Walk To Calvary

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    Unions In Battle

Unions In Battle

The Fiji Public Service Association (FPSA) and the Fiji Trade Union Congress (FTUC) on Thursday made submissions on jurisdiction matters before Justice Anjila Wati in the Suva Employment Relations Court.

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    Time Change In Rice Farming

Time Change In Rice Farming

The Fiji Corrections Service (FCS) has made some changes to its time schedule for planting rice from day to night. The time change was noted last Thursday night when a

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    Man In Police Custody After Death Of Wife

Man In Police Custody After Death Of Wife

A 28 year old man is in Police custody following the death of his wife early this morning. It is alleged the suspect assaulted his 32 year old wife following

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    Technical College Opens Next Week

Technical College Opens Next Week

The Technical College of Fiji Vanua Levu Arya Campus in Labasa will open next week. Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama will officiate at the opening of the campus at Naduna in

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    FOCUS: How To Design Our New Fijian Flag

FOCUS: How To Design Our New Fijian Flag

This interview featuring vexillologist Ted Kaye was first published in Vice Magazine. Mr Kay has been following developments on the Fijian flag closely from his home in the Portland, Oregon,

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    Couple Doing What They Do Best

Couple Doing What They Do Best

Former Fiji Police officer David Maharaj and his wife, Roselyn, donated a wheelchair worth $400 to the Golden Age Home in Natabua, Lautoka, yesterday. Mr Maharaj credited the initial decision

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FNPF Starts Toll Free Line

  FNPF Starts Toll Free Line

In an effort to raise the standard of service delivery to its members and pensioners, the Fiji National Provident Fund

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Turtle Ban

  Turtle Ban

The Minister for Fisheries and Forests, Osea Naiqamu, says those caught catching turtles would be prosecuted. Despite the blanket ban

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Work On Govt Station Will Start Soon

  Work On Govt Station Will Start Soon

Work on the new Namosi government station on a 66-acre piece of land at Dada near Nakavika Village will start

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Youths Urged To Work Better With Ministry

  Youths Urged To Work Better With Ministry

Members of the National Youth Council (NYC) say they will continue to strengthen their partnership with the Ministry of Youth

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EDITORIAL: More Questions Than Answers In Police Back Pay

  EDITORIAL: More Questions Than Answers In Police Back Pay

The Police back pay payout was doomed to become a messy affair from the start. Despite the involvement of a

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EDITORIAL: Reddy Shows People Are Priority

  EDITORIAL: Reddy Shows People Are Priority

Despite his busy schedules, Minister for Education Mahendra Reddy took the time  to visit the family of the late Navneeta

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Letters April 04, 2015

  Letters April 04, 2015

Midwifery services Asenaca Delaibatiki, Nakasi I recognise changes that Professor Ian Rouse has introduced or plans to implement at Fiji

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USP Celebrates Special Day

  USP Celebrates Special Day

The University of the South Pacific Laucala Campus celebrated Easter on Thursday. With their them “Celebrating Easter in Diversity”, students

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$60k For Disabled Persons Group

  $60k For Disabled Persons Group

Members of the Spinal Injury Association and Fiji National Council for Disabled Persons were pleased to receive two big cheques

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Fiji, Kiribati Talk Co-operation

  Fiji, Kiribati Talk Co-operation

Police Commissioner Bernardus Groenewald met his Kiribati counterpart, Ioeru Tokantetaake, on Tuesday and discussed training assistance Fiji could offer them.

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Ex-Resident Gives Back To Community

  Ex-Resident Gives Back To Community

A five-year Memorandum of Understanding will again see the Kinoya Community Post at the receiving end of support from a

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‘Watch Your Kids’

  ‘Watch Your Kids’

Members of the public are advised to monitor their children while enjoying the Easter weekend at various picnic spots around

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Prepare Well For Disasters, Farmers Urged

  Prepare Well For Disasters, Farmers Urged

The Ministry of Agriculture is urging farmers to be more proactive in setting up disaster sustainability measures to avoid financial

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St Mary Raises Almost $700

  St Mary Raises Almost $700

St Mary’s Primary School in Labasa celebrated Easter in a big way at the school grounds on Thursday. All schools

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Recognition Boosts Liliviwa

  Recognition Boosts Liliviwa

The handicraft industry can be one of the important productive sectors if it’s nurtured properly, says Vitalina Liliviwa, a self-employed

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Work Together To Develop North, Residents Urged

  Work Together To Develop North, Residents Urged

People who live in the Northern Division have been told that  Government wants to make it a good place to

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Cakaudrove Meets Next Friday

  Cakaudrove Meets Next Friday

The Cakaudrove Provincial Council meeting has been scheduled to take place next week Friday. Roko Tui Cakaudrove Sara Bulutani said:

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Council Respects Death Of Chief

  Council Respects Death Of Chief

The Cakaudrove Provincial Council respects passing away of Tui Nasavusavu, but will carry on with its meeting next Friday. Tui

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FNU Service For Easter

  FNU Service For Easter

In a bid to encourage unity, the Fiji National University Registrar’s Office mooted all its campuses to celebrate Easter. It

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New Bowser Offers Relief

  New Bowser Offers Relief

Residents of Qelewaqa, outside Labasa, now have a new supermarket and bowser facility in the area by Natural Gift Carriers

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