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    Increased Trade In Kyowa South Pacific Service

Increased Trade In Kyowa South Pacific Service

The inbound and outbound cargo being brought by one of Carpenters Shipping’s principle Kyowa Shipping, has been noted to have increased. Captain Gil Ganapin, who brought in the MV Tropical

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    Polynesian Shipping Line Reviews Pricing Structure

Polynesian Shipping Line Reviews Pricing Structure

Polynesian Shipping Line has reviewed its pricing structure for its New Zealand-Fiji services which has led to some increases in prices. The company has advised customers that it will be

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    Passengers Need To Travel With Comfort

Passengers Need To Travel With Comfort

Everyone who travels via inter-island shipping wants to make the best of their time while onboard. But this does not happen for all of them. For some, their journey is

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    Milk Distribution

Milk Distribution

Chartered vessel MV Sea Rakino left early this week for the Lau Group. The office of Billett Wright & Associates Limited yesterday confirmed that the vessel was chartered by ACAP

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    Threats To A Treasure

Threats To A Treasure

The Fiji archipelago truly consists of Treasure Islands. Not the ones containing a dead man’s chest full of gold but ones rich in pristine waters with a natural environment including

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    Suspect Fronts Court

Suspect Fronts Court

A 28-year-old man was presented in the Suva Magistrates Court yesterday in relation to the death of former journalist and communications specialist, Losana McGowan. The late Ms McGowan’s defacto partner,

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    Peer Education Vital: Raudanot

Peer Education Vital: Raudanot

Counsellors have to use confidentiality to build trust with their students. These were some of the words of senior counsellor of University of the South Pacific, Esther Raudonat, while training

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    24 Geared For Training

24 Geared For Training

Twenty-four volunteer educators will be recruited at the University of the South Pacific to combat issues affecting peers. In conjunction with United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), USP has organised a

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    Church Dismantled

Church Dismantled

One of the biggest apostolic churches in Fiji has had its church building dismantled. Church members of the Apostles Gospel Outreach Fellowship International at Nokonoko Road at Laucala Beach Estate,

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Cabbies Row Continues

  Cabbies Row Continues

Dispute within one of the biggest taxi operators in Suva will not be resolved any time soon. This follows the

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Learning To Stay Safe In Water

  Learning To Stay Safe In Water

Nadi Sangam College principal Anita Goundar says the school has incorporated swimming classes into its curriculum. This is to combat

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West Tops Speeding List: Police

  West Tops Speeding List: Police

The Fiji Police traffic operation has recorded 93 overspeeding bookings within the Easter long weekend. Fiji Police traffic director Senior

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Rabi Island Projects Soon

  Rabi Island Projects Soon

Rabi islanders will soon travel on better roads and enjoy regular shipping service. This was confirmed by the Rabi Council

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Space At USP’s Labasa Campus Discussed

  Space At USP’s Labasa Campus Discussed

There’s concern over the amount of sitting space for students studying at the University of the South Pacific (USP) Labasa

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Freemasons Donate 138k For Vanuatu Cyclone Relief

  Freemasons Donate 138k For Vanuatu Cyclone Relief

The United Kingdom (UK) Freemasons have joined together to provide aid for the people of Vanuatu totalling £45,000 ($FJ138, 000).

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Rehab Mission Extended

  Rehab Mission Extended

The Fijian support team in Vanuatu will extend their rehabilitation mission in Vanuatu for another month. This was confirmed by

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Conference, Training To Improve Oral Health

  Conference, Training To Improve Oral Health

Smiles for the Pacific, a charitable organisation from New Zealand is conducting a conference at the Tanoa International Hotel in

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OPINION: Resurrection Of The Fijian Paradise

  OPINION: Resurrection Of The Fijian Paradise

Pope John Paul II famously said “Fiji, the way the world should be,”indicating the fact that Fiji used to be

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EDITORIAL: The Fijian Contingent Is Doing Us Proud In Vanuatu

  EDITORIAL: The Fijian Contingent Is Doing Us Proud In Vanuatu

Our troops, Fijian Government officials and medics who are in Vanuatu doing rehabilitation work following the devastation of Cyclone Pam

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Letters To The Editor, April 8, 2015

  Letters To The Editor, April 8, 2015

Welcome home Norman Yee, Nadi Welcome home, our 7s gladiators. Thanks for bringing back once again the cherished Hong Kong

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Usamate, Seventh-day Students Lead Health Day

  Usamate, Seventh-day Students Lead Health Day

The students of the Seventh-day Adventist Primary School in Lami took on the lead role in celebrating World health Day

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Dama Kids’ Dream Meal

  Dama Kids’ Dream Meal

A whole new world opened for Year One students of Dama District School, Bua, Vanua Levu, yesterday. Packaged milk and

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Tech College In Bua Next Year

  Tech College In Bua Next Year

A new Technical College of Fiji campus will open its doors in Bua come next year. This was confirmed by

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More Trades People Needed, Says PM Bainimarama

  More Trades People Needed, Says PM Bainimarama

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama says there is a need for more qualified and certified plumbers, electricians, carpenters He made the

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Payout Query

  Payout Query

The payout has got many of our Police officers upset. This is because some received way less than what they

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A-G: It’s Time For A Change

  A-G: It’s Time For A Change

Trade unions need a mind change if the accord signed in Geneva is to effectively work, says Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed-

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Investors Forum On Renewable Energy

  Investors Forum On Renewable Energy

The first national investors forum on renewable energy in Fiji will be held at the Holiday Inn tomorrow. Over 70

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Plans To Set Up Savusavu Chamber Of Commerce

  Plans To Set Up Savusavu Chamber Of Commerce

Plans are in the pipeline for the formation of a Savusavu Chamber of Commerce soon. The Minister for Local Government,

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Mega Store Plans For Fiji Corrections Service

  Mega Store Plans For Fiji Corrections Service

After a Mini Mart in Labasa, plans are now in place for the Fiji Corrections Service to open a Mega

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