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    Takia Here In May

Takia Here In May

As part of their Fiji tour, Sydney-based reggae group Takia will be the host band in the prestigious FPRA Awards Night on Saturday, May 16, at the Grand Pacific Hotel

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    Land Tops Talks

Land Tops Talks

Land continues to be the hottest subject discussed as the iTaukei public consultations continue. To date the consultations have recorded an increase in land disputes. The Permanent Secretary of the

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    Bainimarama, IOC’s Bach Meet

Bainimarama, IOC’s Bach Meet

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama received a courtesy call yesterday from the International Olympic Committee (IOC) president Thomas Bach. Mr Bach led a high-level delegation to meet the Prime Minister at

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    Consultation Touches On VKB Registration

Consultation Touches On VKB Registration

An institution charged with the registration of native lands, ownership of such lands and classification of customary roles and migration records of communal units has expressed concerns with some aspects

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    Praying White

Praying White

Wailoaloa continues to grow. The once almost forgotten area on Nadi Bay continues to grow. The boutique Oasis Palms Hotel is the latest development, set to open its doors on

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    Sewing Machines For North Women’s Club

Sewing Machines For North Women’s Club

More than 25 women of TISI Maarthar Sangam will start earning extra cash for the club after the Minister for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation, Rosy Akbar, donated 15 new

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    Hotel Staff On Clean-up Initiative

Hotel Staff On Clean-up Initiative

Staff of The Warwick Fiji and the Naviti Resort got down and dirty during the clean-up campaign initiative held on the Queen’s Road along the Coral Coast yesterday. A total

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    Community Pitches In To Restore Post

Community Pitches In To Restore Post

Police officers stationed at the Nawaicoba Community Post on the outskirts of Nadi say their faith in the public has been restored after a fire partly destroyed their building last

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    Kamenio Keeps Culture Of Weaving Alive

Kamenio Keeps Culture Of Weaving Alive

Akenata Kamenio has no regrets that she did not go onto further studies. At 33, the Yasawa lass found that keeping her culture alive can be just as rewarding as

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Market Day Boosts Micro Entrepreneurs

  Market Day Boosts Micro Entrepreneurs

Westpac Microfinance Market Day has again boosted  the importance of micro entrepreneurship, said Westpac Fiji head of Marketing Nirmala Nambiar.

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Vani Believes She’s Helping Fiji’s Economy

  Vani Believes She’s Helping Fiji’s Economy

A student’s desire to contribute towards the Fijian economy has been the driving force behind her joining the army. Vani

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Bucalevu Dreams Big

  Bucalevu Dreams Big

Kolaia Bucalevu, 14, aims to join the Royal Fiji Military Forces (RFMF) to become a soldier after completing his secondary

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Shivani Fulfills Dream

  Shivani Fulfills Dream

An Indo-Fijian woman yesterday began a three-month journey of fulfilling her childhood dream of joining the military. Sheetal Shivani, 23,

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We Will Remember Them

  We Will Remember Them

Soldiers of the Republic of Fiji Military Forces (RFMF) currently serving with the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL)

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UNDOF Force Praises Fijian Soldiers

  UNDOF Force Praises Fijian Soldiers

Fiji’s permanent representative to the United Nations Peter Thomson visited Fijian soldiers serving in the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force

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Blind Fijian Activist Shows Way At The UN

  Blind Fijian Activist Shows Way At The UN

A Fijian activist with Indigenous Peoples with Disabilities Global Network (IPWDGN) has been praised for a statement she delivered recently

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FEATURES: Karan’s Golden Five Successes

  FEATURES: Karan’s Golden Five Successes

Maneesha Raksha Karan is Fiji’s first Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) scholar to receive five gold medals. The 28-year-old

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Nepal’s Himalayan Human Tragedy

  Nepal’s Himalayan Human Tragedy

How deeply we’re connected to places, people, and often with the memories of both. Cities and institutions add to our

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Who Will Win?

  Who Will Win?

This has been billed as the ‘Fight of the Century’ between two naturally gifted and intelligent fighters, who outside the

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Italian Cuisines At Chef’s Kitchen

  Italian Cuisines At Chef’s Kitchen

The new Chef’s Kitchnen restaurant is situated at Namaka, the suburb of Nadi where development has been booming in the

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EDITORIAL: Rugby House In Order, Let’s Get Serious About Winning For Fiji

  EDITORIAL: Rugby House In Order, Let’s Get Serious About Winning For Fiji

With the Fiji Rugby Union successfully managing to pull itself out of debt, the onus is on the stakeholders to

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Letters To The Editor, 03 May, 2015

  Letters To The Editor, 03 May, 2015

Death penalty Jim Sanday, Brisbane, Australia The opinion in Australia over the execution of the two drug smugglers Chan and

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FOCUS: Out Of The Darkness

  FOCUS: Out Of The Darkness

Kavita Nandan’s first novel Home After Dark traces the life of an intelligent, independent and highly educated professional woman and

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Force Win League

  Force Win League

Capital Force were crowned winners of the inaugural Digicel/ Punjas Netball Super League after defeating Western Heats in final 49-43

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Heats Gain More: Lagi

  Heats Gain More: Lagi

Western Heats may have lost the final of the 2015 Digicel Punjas Netball Super League, but they have gained a

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IOC Vouch For Sports In Schools

  IOC Vouch For Sports In Schools

Making sports compulsory in schools is something the International Olympic Committee is hoping to do in the region with their

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ONOC, PINA Sign Deal

  ONOC, PINA Sign Deal

The Oceania National Olympic Committee (ONOC) yesterday signed a two-year Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Pacific Islands News Association

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Marist, Navy, Police Top

  Marist, Navy, Police Top

Top guns in the RC Manubhai- sponsored Escott Shield competition had a grueling encounter in round Four of the competition 

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Ovalau, Naitasiri Face Off In Pre-Season

  Ovalau, Naitasiri Face Off In Pre-Season

The Ovalau is gearing up for Skipper Cup competition which begins on May 16. Ovalau hosted Naitasiri in friendly match

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