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    Shop Smart, Eat Healthy

Shop Smart, Eat Healthy

Fruits and vegetables are part of a well-balanced and healthy eating plan. Every step taken towards eating more fruits and veggies helps you and your family be at your best.

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    SODELPA ‘Uses’ Church

SODELPA ‘Uses’ Church

The Social Democratic Liberal Party (SODELPA) has again hit the spotlight for allegedly using the Methodist Church in its constituency meetings. This is after the Fiji Sun received a call

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    Better Fiji, Kiwi Ties On The Cards

Better Fiji, Kiwi Ties On The Cards

Fiji and neighbours New Zealand are set to engage in more talks to improving our bilateral ties. The Minister for Foreign Affairs, Ratu Inoke Kubuabola, will be in Auckland, New

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    ‘Rebel Group’ To Be Discussed Today

‘Rebel Group’ To Be Discussed Today

The Defence Review Team today will hear about the group that is trying to form a so-called Christian State in Ra Province. Speaking to the Fiji Sun yesterday, the Permanent

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    SODELPA Meets Supporters In Suva

SODELPA Meets Supporters In Suva

At least 160 people. Three locations around Suva, last night.  It was more than enough opportunity for Social Democratic Liberal Party (SODELPA) supporters to air their views. The list of

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    Wrong Connection

Wrong Connection

A seemingly well-connected Asian businessperson based in New Zealand had partnered with a group in Fiji to invest. Mickey Bird has been reliably informed that the group had paid individual

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    Prime Minister Counters Opposition Time-Wasting

Prime Minister Counters Opposition Time-Wasting

The Prime Minister, Voreqe Bainimarama, said that a proper mechanism existed to correct any errors in the records of the iTaukei Lands Commission relating to land titles. For the second

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    A-G Clarifies Parole System

A-G Clarifies Parole System

Timoci Silatolu and Josefa Nata, who have been jailed after being found guilty of treason, have not applied for parole, says the Attorney-General and Minister for Justice, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum. The

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    First Bill Protecting National Flag Tabled

First Bill Protecting National Flag Tabled

The first Bill on the national flag was tabled  yesterday in Parliament by the Attorney-General, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum. The Bill discusses how the flag cannot be misused, manipulated or violated and

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Law Governs E-ticketing

  Law Governs E-ticketing

Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum said the Government has now put in a new law to govern e-ticketing issues. He was responding

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Lease Issue Before Committee

  Lease Issue Before Committee

Opposition member Ratu Suliano Matanitobua presented a petition asking the iTaukei Land Trust Board to review the lease distribution arrangements.

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Oasis Palms Hotel To Open Next Month

  Oasis Palms Hotel To Open Next Month

The former Beachside Resort on Wailoaloa Beach in Nadi will be opened on June 8 after a new owner undertook

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New Mamasake Restaurant

  New Mamasake Restaurant

The Oasis Palms Fiji is bringing a California Sushi and Asian Tapas restaurant by Elsa Corrigan to Fiji. Mamasake will

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Roads: Hot Issue To Be Discussed At Fia

  Roads: Hot Issue To Be Discussed At Fia

A key issue which everyone has been battling with has been the condition of the roads in the country. To

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Past NZ PM To Address FIA Congress

  Past NZ PM To Address FIA Congress

the Fiji Institute of Accountants Congress 2015 gets underway today at the Shangri-La’s Fijian Resort on Yanuca Island. Almost 300

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Tanoa Recognises Staff

  Tanoa Recognises Staff

Saiyad Samim Shah could not contain his happiness during the Reddy Groups staff recognition at the Tanoa International Hotel, Nadi,

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Claims Procedures Not Followed: Witness

  Claims Procedures Not Followed: Witness

A former compliance officer at the then Department of National Roads informed the High Court in Suva yesterday that correct

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Lautoka Man On Murder Charge

  Lautoka Man On Murder Charge

The Office of the Director of the Public Prosecutions has formally charged a man with allegedly murdering his wife. Mohammed

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4 Fijians Leave For Australia

  4 Fijians Leave For Australia

The first Fijians to participate in Australia’s Seasonal Worker Programme will depart for Australia next Tuesday, May 19. Fiji’s involvement

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Be Prepared, Our Soldiers Reminded

  Be Prepared, Our Soldiers Reminded

A contingent of Republic of Fiji Military Forces (RFMF) soldiers were reminded about their oath of service as they left

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FOCUS: Old Girmit: A Journey Of New Freedom

  FOCUS: Old Girmit: A Journey Of New Freedom

Satendra Nandan’s fourth volume of poems, The Loneliness of Islands, was published in 2007.He’s currently writing a book, tentatively titled, 

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EDITORIAL: Ignorance NOT In Order

  EDITORIAL: Ignorance NOT In Order

Parliament has sat for its second session this year. People who have watched the sessions live have been thoroughly entertained

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Letters To The Editor, 15 May, 2015

  Letters To The Editor, 15 May, 2015

Nightclub nuisance          Andrea Wong, Nadi I unashamedly interrupted the sleep of Nadi Town Council’s special administrator by calling him

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7 NGO’s Receive Grants

  7 NGO’s Receive Grants

Seven non-governmental organisations (NGOs), that provide services to disadvantaged children, the elderly and people living with disabilities, shared more than

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Korai Grateful

  Korai Grateful

Taniela Korai, 58, was grateful to the Ministry of Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation after being given a brand new

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Rotumans Laud Government Roadshow

  Rotumans Laud Government Roadshow

The people of Rotuma had more than one reason to celebrate Rotuma Day on Wednesday. For the first time, a

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New kindergarten Opened For Muanivatu

  New kindergarten Opened For Muanivatu

Residents of the Muanivatu Squatter Settlement in Vatuwaqa will now be able to access the newly-opened kindergarten on Wednesday. The

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Police Assure Copyright Watch

  Police Assure Copyright Watch

The Fiji Police Force has assured the local music industry that it is serious about intellectual property issues and will

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Authority Confirm Minivan Drinking, Smoking report

  Authority Confirm Minivan Drinking, Smoking report

The Fiji Police Force has confirmed receiving a report about a minivan that was alleged to be carrying four drunkards

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