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    Takia Band To Rock The Capital

Takia Band To Rock The Capital

Australian-based Takia Band Fiji tour will be playing live tonight at the Royal Royal Yaught Suva Club. They promised to dazzle the crowd with their Hindi numbers including Julum Julum along with iTaukei and English numbers – The Takia

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    Yusuff’s Passion For Cars

Yusuff’s Passion For Cars

Twenty-seven-year-old Shalmeen Yusuff is passionate about cars. Here is his story. SUN INTERVIEW Briefly about yourself? I work as a Fedex dealer in a respected firm, am 27-years-old and have

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    Respect For Chiefs Maintained: Government

Respect For Chiefs Maintained: Government

The Government maintains its respect for chiefs although the Great Council of Chiefs has been abolished. Savenaca Kaunisela, Permanent Secretary for iTaukei Affairs, said this at a consultation meeting in

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    Preventing Sugarcane Burning

Preventing Sugarcane Burning

The concern has been raised to stop uncontrolled sugarcane farm fires. The Public Service Commission hosted a meeting yesterday to begin an inter-agency effort to stop cane burning. The Permanent

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    True To Duty

True To Duty

The Commissioner of Police, Bernardus Groenewald, needed 13 stitches on an injury he suffered when he single-handedly confronted a gang of robbers at Distill Bottleshop at Flagstaff in Suva on

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    Students Happy With New Dining Hall

Students Happy With New Dining Hall

Students at the Fiji School for the Blind in Vatuwaqa yesterday beamed with smiles as they ate inside their newly-refurbished dining hall. The refurbishment was funded by Mobil Oil following

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    ‘Dior And I’ Starts Fashion Week

‘Dior And I’ Starts Fashion Week

The Fiji Fashion Week (FFW) will be launched next Monday with the Premier fashion film Dior & I at Damodar Event Cinemas at Laucala Bay, Suva. Dior and I is

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    Free Bibles For Ovalau Villagers

Free Bibles For Ovalau Villagers

Representatives of the Ah Koy Christian Trusts have handed out 150 free bibles to the people of Vuma Village on Ovalau. Those who received the Bibles were aged 10 years

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    $1m For Town Plans

$1m For Town Plans

One million dollars ($1m) has been allocated for the Seaqaqa township plans. This was confirmed by Divisional Planning Officer (DPO) North, Alipate Bolalevu during the first round of the Provincial

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Mill Cogeneration Soon

  Mill Cogeneration Soon

The Fiji Sugar Corporation (FSC) will soon start   cogeneration system starting at Labasa Mill. This will earn more money for

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North Eye International Port

  North Eye International Port

The building of an international port in the North was discussed during the Provincial Development Board (PDB) meeting in Labasa

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More Entries For Colgate Art Contest

  More Entries For Colgate Art Contest

More interests have again been received by Colgate Palmolive for this year’s ‘My Bright Smile Global Art Contest.’ The competition

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Counting Their Lucky Stars

  Counting Their Lucky Stars

Twenty-four residents of Jittu Estate in Raiwasa are counting their lucky stars after escaping a fire early yesterday morning. Luisa

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Veiraisi Residents Praise Govt

  Veiraisi Residents Praise Govt

The headman of Veiraisi Squatter Settlement, Sairusi Qiolevu, has praised Government for giving them  land to permanently live on. He

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Squatters Take Court Action

  Squatters Take Court Action

The spokesperson for Kilikali Squatter Settlement, Mesake Ratabua who is from Kalabu Village said residents sought legal advice to take

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A Tribute To John Wesley

  A Tribute To John Wesley

John Wesley Day is a day set aside for the Methodist denominations to remember the works of the man who

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Minister Seruiratu Meets Top FAO Boss

  Minister Seruiratu Meets Top FAO Boss

Fijian Minister for Agriculture, Rural and Maritime Development and National Disaster Management Inia Seruiratu recently had a bilateral meeting with

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‘Shame On NFP, SODELPA’

  ‘Shame On NFP,  SODELPA’

Acting Prime Minister Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum said  it was a shame the Opposition boycotted Parliament yesterday. The Attorney-General said the Opposition

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Leaders Mark 2011 Tsunami Deaths

  Leaders Mark 2011 Tsunami Deaths

The heads of Pacific island states who are in Japan to attend the PALM 7 meeting paid tribute to those

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Denarau Bids

  Denarau Bids

Whisper of happenings in the West. Bidding for the Starwood resort properties on Denarau is said to now be down

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A-G’s Office Contests MP Status

  A-G’s Office Contests MP Status

The Attorney-General’s Office is challenging the appointment to Parliament of Mikaele Leawere of the Social Democratic Liberal Party (SODELPA). The

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Companies Bill Gets Parliament Approval

  Companies Bill Gets Parliament Approval

The new Companies Bill was passed in Parliament yesterday. Debate on the Bill did not proceed because the Opposition members

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We Did All We Could: SODELPA

  We Did All We Could: SODELPA

The Social Democratic Liberal Party (SODELPA) has revealed that they did all they could to protect suspended Parliamentarian and Member

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Dr Baba: Voting A Challenge For Opposition

  Dr Baba: Voting A Challenge For Opposition

Former Parliamentarian Dr Tupeni Baba says overturning Government motions in Parliament is a challenge for members of the Opposition. Speaking

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EDITORIAL: Opposition Needs To Smarten Up

  EDITORIAL: Opposition Needs To Smarten Up

The Opposition have learned the hard way that bringing the Speaker of Parliament into disrepute will cost them dearly. However,

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Letters To The Editor, May 23, 2015

  Letters To The Editor, May 23, 2015

Shirley Park Jone Seniroqa, Cunningham, Suva I admire the works and aspirations of one of the world’s great park designer

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FOCUS: PM Abe Optimistic Of pacific, Japan Ties

  FOCUS: PM Abe Optimistic Of pacific, Japan Ties

It is my great pleasure to welcome leaders from the Pacific Island Countries (PICs) and holding the seventh Pacific Island

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Scam Trial Back On Next Wednesday

  Scam Trial Back On Next Wednesday

The $3.1million road scam trial involving a businessman and four former employees of the then Department of National Roads will

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Two Sentenced For Arson

  Two Sentenced For Arson

Two men have been sentenced to four years for the charge of arson in different areas. Emori Naqarase was found

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