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    OPINION: QVS Spirit Will Never Die Regardless Of Changes

OPINION: QVS Spirit Will Never Die Regardless Of Changes

THE SCHOOL AS AN INSTITUTION HAS A VERY PROUD HISTORY. Under new measures announced by the Minister for Education, Mahendra Reddy, priority will be given to rural and maritime students

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    EDITORIAL: Women In RFMF Continue To Break New Ground

EDITORIAL: Women In RFMF Continue To Break New Ground

Two women out of 24 who left yesterday. That’s a small victory of sorts for women wanting to change mindsets at the Republic of Fiji Military Forces (RFMF). Both women

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    Letters To The Editor, April 14, 2015

Letters To The Editor, April 14, 2015

Elite history Savenaca Vakaliwaliwa, Suva I commend the learned Minister for Education, Mahendra Reddy, in his decision to do away elitism in the Government-owned boarding school institutions, specifically in QVS,

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    Tudravu Assures Communities Of Safe Environment

Tudravu Assures Communities Of Safe Environment

The following statement was issued by Rusiate Tudravu, Fiji Operations Officer the the Fiji Police Force: The Fiji Police Force would like to reassure the communities who have highlighted their

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    China, Fiji Ink Deal

China, Fiji Ink Deal

Fiji will be expecting to receive more heath assistance from China. This is after the Minister for Health and Medical Services, Jone Usamate signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with

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    Savaira First Tour Of Duty

Savaira First Tour Of Duty

For the first time Private Savaira Ratu will be separated from her three-year-old daughter Mouga Navulagilagi. Private Ratu, originally from Nauluvatu, Nakelo, Tailevu, is one of two women in the

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    Grandmother Farewells Pet Grandson Ashnil

Grandmother Farewells Pet Grandson Ashnil

Tara Wati, 68, travelled from Labasa in Vanua Levu to farewell his grandson, able seaman Ashnil Chand at the Nadi International Airport yesterday. Mr Chand, 25, who is part of

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    University, Fisheries Team Up

University, Fisheries Team Up

The University of the South Pacific (USP) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Fiji Fisheries Department last week. The MOU will ensure that USP and the department co-operate in

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    Report Ticks Election

Report Ticks Election

The Multinational Observer Group says while it notes areas for improvement in the election process, last year’s general election was credible. In its final report just released, it reaffirmed what

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Catholics Mark Mercy Sunday

  Catholics Mark Mercy Sunday

Saint Michael and Mount Saint Mary parishioners in Nadi marked Divine Mercy Sunday by marching through Nadi Town on Sunday.

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Students Plant 2000 Mangroves

  Students Plant 2000 Mangroves

Twenty-four students of the Fiji National University’s Department of Environmental Science embarked on a mangrove planting initiative at Saweni Beach

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Improving Services For Women Vendors

  Improving Services For Women Vendors

In the quest to address the plight of women market vendors, a team from Ministry of Women toured the Suva

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‘Road From Hell’

  ‘Road From Hell’

Residents have dubbed an area near Marks Park in Suva as the “road from hell.” They say it was better

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Tuvuca ‘Happy’

  Tuvuca  ‘Happy’

Yesterday was a joyous occasion for the people of Tuvuca in Lau when free milk was distributed for the first

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Ministry Decision Upsets Devi’s Parents

  Ministry Decision Upsets Devi’s Parents

The parents of Navneeta Devi Chand say they are upset by the Ministry of Education’s decision to clear a school

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Easy Way Out

  Easy Way Out

One of the local universities is putting in place strict measures to ensure that students do pay-up their fees before

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Bio Plant Moves Ahead

  Bio Plant Moves Ahead

Tropik Wood Industries and executives of the Korean consortium yesterday officially signed the shareholders agreement for the Nabou Biomass independent

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The New Denarau Bridge Progress By Phases

  The New Denarau Bridge Progress By Phases

Work on the second phase of the new $7.5 million Denarau Bridge is now underway. Pacific Marine & Civil Solutions’

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$192,785 Fertiliser Subsidy For Farmers

  $192,785 Fertiliser Subsidy For Farmers

The Labasa Cane Producers Association handed over a cheque of $192,785 to Fiji Sugar Corporation Labasa mill for fertiliser subsidy

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Stock Exchange New Chief Appointed

  Stock Exchange New Chief Appointed

Reserve Bank of Fiji senior analyst, Latileta Dau Qoro, has been appointed as the new chief executive of the South

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MacBook Review: Apple Reinvents The Laptop Again

  MacBook Review: Apple Reinvents The Laptop Again

For months, the internet was abuzz with two similar, and somewhat contradictory, Apple rumours. Depending on whom you believed, the

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Suva Shame

  Suva Shame

Another Sunday morning in Suva yesterday saw a street brawl. The Fiji Sun team, out on beat, witnessed a brawl

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Focus On Suva

  Focus On Suva

Amicale FC of Vanuatu expects a tough match against All Freights Logistics Suva in the second round of the 2015

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Ba Expects Tough Match

  Ba Expects Tough Match

The Shalen Lal-coached Vodafone Ba team is wary of opposition, Lupe Ole Soaga FC of Samoa whom they meet today

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Fijians Impress, Says Ho

  Fijians Impress, Says Ho

The Fijian para-team had a successful outing at the 2015 International Table Tennis Federation Oceania Cup in Bendigo, Australia at

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Fijian Pearls Gear Up

  Fijian Pearls Gear Up

The Fijian Pearls coach, Kate Carpenter, is hoping to use the Digicel /Punjas International Series as a build- up to

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