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    People Have Another Say On Flag: Acting PM

People Have Another Say On Flag: Acting PM

Fijians now have a month to have their say on the design of our new National Flag. Teams will be sent out around the country to gather responses and preferences

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    Close Shave For Family As Bus Rolls

Close Shave For Family As Bus Rolls

It was a narrow escape for Fiji National University lecturer Nardip Prakash after a bus rolled downhill and hit his car. Mr Prakash had just parked the car  moments earlier.

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    Fragile Junior On Strict Doctor’s Order

Fragile Junior On Strict Doctor’s Order

Jona Turagavou’s enthusiasm belies his fragile condition. His “handle with care” body carries the scars of a horrific accident last month. Commonly known as Junior,  the 10-year-old  Labasa student cannot

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    Sweat And Tears But Grace Keeps Fighting, Moving On

Sweat And Tears But Grace Keeps Fighting, Moving On

Maraya Grace sometimes forgets she has one leg. She stumbles and cries. But she gets up and goes back to the task at hand. She is another young victim of

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    Sodelpa Links

Sodelpa Links

Disgruntled politicians, including a former Prime Minister, have formed what they are calling the iTaukei Foundation. Mickey Bird has been reliably informed it is linked to the Social Democratic Liberal

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    Government Buying Out Minority FSC Shareholders Up For More Talks

Government Buying Out Minority FSC Shareholders Up For More Talks

Government’s intention to buy out minority shareholders of the Fiji Sugar Corporation came under discussion at the recently-held FSC annual general meeting. FSC executive chairman, Abdul Khan, said this was

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    Need To Understand Value Chain System To Boost Agriculture

Need To Understand Value Chain System To Boost Agriculture

There is a need to address concerns on the lack of understanding of value chain system to boost our agriculture sector, says the Land Resources Planning Division. Director, Nacanieli Waka,

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    Road Humps For Safer Roads

Road Humps For Safer Roads

While there is often frustration by motorists at the inconvenience of road humps, their importance to a village is significant, says Nausautoka Village headman Mesake Naivukula. Nausautoka is ten kilometres

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    Tourism Expo To Provide Rural Women Platform

Tourism Expo To Provide Rural Women Platform

Working with Tourism Fiji to provide a platform for women, so that they can share their voice from the remote communities that they work with. This is what Rise Beyond

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Crop, Livestock Council Builds links Up North

  Crop, Livestock Council Builds links Up North

The Fiji Crop and Livestock Council (FCLC) continues its efforts to further develop its associations with the initial focus on

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Fijian Three Study Israeli Security

  Fijian Three Study Israeli Security

Three top Fijian officials are in Israel for a three-week National Security study. They are Director Immigration Nemani Vuniwaqa,  Director

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It Was My Negligence: Accused

  It Was My Negligence: Accused

The second accused in the $3.1million road scam yesterday admitted being negligent while processing payment with fake signatures. Iliesa Turagacati

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Construction To Create More Jobs

  Construction To Create More Jobs

Job opportunities are expected when construction of the new Ba Hospital begins. More than 100 locals are likely to get

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Pilot, 3 Passengers Not Injured

  Pilot, 3 Passengers Not Injured

A pilot and three passengers walked away unscathed following a helicopter crash on a hilltop at Naceva Village, Beqa, on

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Man Lying On Street Dies In CWM Hospital

  Man Lying On Street Dies In CWM Hospital

Police are awaiting post mortem results to ascertain the cause of the death of a 45-year-old man. The man was

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Family Wants Justice After Woman Dies

  Family Wants Justice After Woman Dies

The family of Yako accident victim Ushan Bano wants justice after she died at the Lautoka Hospital on Monday. Ms

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Fiji Votes For FAO Chief

  Fiji Votes For FAO Chief

Fiji  voted for the incumbent José Graziano da Silva as head of the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United

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Nadi River Flood Control Plan To Be Decided

  Nadi River Flood Control Plan To Be Decided

An urgency to resolve the proposed Nadi River flood control measures was the item discussed in a stakeholders meeting last

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Schools Crack Down On Charlie Charlie

  Schools Crack Down On Charlie Charlie

Schools across the country have taken action to stamp out the demonic game, Charlie Charlie, from their compounds. Many have

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We, Indonesia Sign New Deal

  We, Indonesia Sign New Deal

A new agreement has been signed yesterday between Fiji and the Republic of Indonesia. The signing strengthens bilateral ties in

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26 In Biggest Fest Launch

  26 In Biggest Fest Launch

The Northern Duavata Crime Prevention Carnival will present its 26 contestants this weekend at the Banana Leaf Restaurant in Labasa.

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Vodafone Help For Groups

  Vodafone Help For Groups

Groups in the northern division are encouraged to apply to the Vodafone ATH Foundation for the $2,500 funding available so

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Man Begs To Earn Extra Cash For House

  Man Begs To Earn Extra Cash For House

A 44-year-old man is still begging on the streets of Labasa despite being a social welfare recipient. But crawling and

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ANALYSIS: Boycott – A Mockery Of Our Parliamentary Democracy

  ANALYSIS: Boycott – A Mockery Of Our Parliamentary Democracy

Mick Beddoes and those so-called advisers of Opposition Leader Ro Teimumu Kepao should swallow their pride and take note. According

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EDITORIAL: FAO To Help Fiji Grow Greener

  EDITORIAL: FAO To Help Fiji Grow Greener

Our new Green Growth Framework and the Food and Agriculture Organisation’s plans to open an office in Suva augur well

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Letters To The Editor, 10 June, 2015

  Letters To The Editor, 10 June, 2015

Charlie Charlie Mike Reid, Levuka The Fiji Sun reports that the president of a  church in Fiji admits knowing little

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FOCUS: What PM Said At FAO Meet In Rome

  FOCUS: What PM Said At FAO Meet In Rome

I’m delighted to join you in Rome as the Head of Government of a leading Pacific Small Island Developing State

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LDS Ups Supplies For Hospitals Here

  LDS Ups Supplies For Hospitals Here

Five medical centres in Viti Levu were handed new supplies of medical equipment donated by the Latter-day Saints Humanitarian in

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Qaqa Holds First Meet As Elected President

  Qaqa Holds First Meet As Elected President

The newly-elected President of the Suva North Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Vito Qaqa, conducted

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