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    Fiji Eyes Search, Rescue Concept

Fiji Eyes Search, Rescue Concept

The Fijian Government, through the Ministry of Defence, is proposing the adoption of a new search and rescue concept that will be established as the Rescue Co-ordination Centre (RCC). Senior

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    EDITORIAL: Professor Eddie McCaig, A Role Model For Pacific Medical Practitioners

EDITORIAL: Professor Eddie McCaig, A Role Model For Pacific Medical Practitioners

The recognition awarded to Professor Eddie McCaig during the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons congress in Perth earlier this week is an achievement that deserves commendation. Professor McCaig is the

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    Letters To The Editor, May 09, 2015

Letters To The Editor, May 09, 2015

Ministry’s response        Anshoo M. Chandra Media Liaison Officer Ministry of Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation Suva The Ministry of Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation would like to advise the public

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    Apply Visa On-line Now

Apply Visa On-line Now

You will no longer have to wait in a line to apply for a tourist visa to India. Thanks to the internet, Fijians wanting to travel to India for a

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    Fund Clarifies Forms For Members’ Deaths

Fund Clarifies Forms For Members’ Deaths

A gathering in Labasa has been told that some members of the Fiji National Provident Fund (FNPF) are still not aware of two crucial forms they need to fill and

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    ‘FNPF Consultations Successful’

‘FNPF Consultations Successful’

The Fiji National Provident Fund’s members’ forums have been hailed a success. FNPF assistant general manager member services Alipate Waqairawai noted that forums undertaken throughout the year have been very

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    Shirley Park Re-Zoned

Shirley Park Re-Zoned

The Department of the Town and Country Planning has approved the re-zoning of the Shirley Park in Lautoka. It has been zoned from civic to special tourism zoning after considering

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    Consultations Constructive, Says Cane Union

Consultations Constructive, Says Cane Union

The National Farmers Union (NFU) says public consultations organised by the iTaukei Land Trust Board in the Northern Division are an opportune time to have constructive discussions on the land

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    Lease Cash Payout Tops Discussions

Lease Cash Payout Tops Discussions

The equal and individual distribution of lease money was one of the major topics discussed during the iTaukei Land Trust Board (TLTB) public consultation yesterday at Seaqaqa. Seaqaqa villager Epi

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TLTB Clears Security Concerns At Savusavu

  TLTB Clears Security Concerns At Savusavu

Farmers in the Northern Division have been told that the iTaukei Land Trust Board (TLTB) is working to ensure they

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Family Bids Goodbye To Nischal

  Family Bids Goodbye To Nischal

It was an emotional scene as the Chand family with their extended relatives and friends bid an emotional farewell to

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TLTB Explains Services

  TLTB Explains Services

The iTaukei Land Trust Board public consultations in North raised many informative issues like lease distribution and land issues. However

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Tenants Told, Pay On Time

  Tenants Told, Pay On Time

Land tenants have been told to pay their rents on time or take appropriate action if their land lease is

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Healthy Discussions During Consultations

  Healthy Discussions During Consultations

There were several issues of major concern during the iTaukei Land Trust Board’s public consultations in the Northern Division. The

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Govt Schools Will Undergo Facelift

  Govt Schools Will Undergo Facelift

The Assistant Minister for Education, Vijay Nath, has confirmed that all Government schools would undergo refurbishment works soon. To date,

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Youths Told Be Creative, Use Energy Well

  Youths Told Be Creative, Use Energy Well

Youths of Navua and surrounding communities of Nakaulevu have been urged to use their energy and youthful creativity. While speaking

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Health Ministry Prepares For Chikungunya

  Health Ministry Prepares For Chikungunya

The Ministry of Health has scaled up its preparedness for the Chikungunya virus after three cases were confirmed to have

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Need For Change In Attitude: Akbar

  Need For Change In Attitude: Akbar

There is a need for a change in the way stakeholders approach the issue of domestic violence in Fiji. Minister

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Cervical Cancer ‘Top Killer’

  Cervical Cancer ‘Top Killer’

Cervical cancer is the second highest cause of cancer deaths in Fiji, says the Ministry of Health. The disease is

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More Than 14,000 Applications Approved

  More Than 14,000 Applications Approved

Water Authority of Fiji (WAF) is urging all its customers to register for free water allowance. To date, 22,028 people

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Courts, Ministry Of Women Strengthen Partnership

  Courts, Ministry Of Women Strengthen Partnership

The strengthened partnership between Courts Fiji Limited and the Ministry of Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation aims to boost economic

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EU Backs Fiji

  EU Backs Fiji

Fiji’s efforts to fight climate change have been backed by the European Union. EU ambassador Andrew Jacobs in an editorial

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Novice Pilot Rescued From The Skies

  Novice Pilot Rescued From The Skies

A disorientated novice pilot has air traffic controllers to thank after she became lost flying west of Nadi on Thursday

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Free Education At The Doorstep

  Free Education At The Doorstep

Parents of kindergarten students living in squatter settlements in Vatuwaqa – Nanuku, Wailea, Veidogo and Muanivatu now have a kindergarten

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Jaywalking Still Worries Road Marshalls

  Jaywalking Still Worries Road Marshalls

There are many on our streets in Suva crossing carelessly, said the officers of the Suva City Council Bus Management

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Battling Climate Change

  Battling Climate Change

iTaukei villages have formed their own management resource committees to create awareness on the impacts of climate change. Deputy Permanent

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Two Settlements In Serua Earmarked For Villages

  Two Settlements In Serua Earmarked For Villages

Work to formalise Galoa and Dranikula settlements in Serua as villages will start next week. The Deputy Permanent Secretary for

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Artist Knox Vies For Awards

  Artist Knox Vies For Awards

Local celebrity artist Inoke Kalounisiga better known by his fans as ‘Knox’, will be vying with Saimone Vuatalevu for the

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Maintain Decorum: Judge To Lawyers

  Maintain Decorum: Judge To Lawyers

Lawyers representing both sides in the $3.1 million scam case were told to maintain decorum in the court, after a

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