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    LATEST: RFMF Commander Resigns To Pursue Foreign Career

LATEST: RFMF Commander Resigns To Pursue Foreign Career

Brigadier General Mosese Tikoitoga has resigned from the position of Commander, Republic of Fiji Military Forces to pursue a career in the foreign service. On the recommendation of the Chairman

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    Officer Tells Of Ebola  Outbreak Horror

Officer Tells Of Ebola Outbreak Horror

The outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus in West African countries last year was a career highlight of a senior Police officer who was on tour-of-duty in Liberia. Fiji Police

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    ‘Bright Smiles, Bright Future’

‘Bright Smiles, Bright Future’

Fiji National University (FNU) acting vice-chancellor Professor Ian Rouse called on members of the public, especially young Fijians to look after their teeth well. He was the chief guest at

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    National Toothbrushing Day Celebrated

National Toothbrushing Day Celebrated

Close to 500 students of Arya Kanya Pathshala Primary School in Yalalevu, Ba, participated in Colgate’s National Toothbrushing Day celebrations yesterday Headteacher Vinay Singh said kindergarten children and Year One

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    EDITORIAL: May The Best Teams Win Today

EDITORIAL: May The Best Teams Win Today

The coveted Coke Zero Deans Trophy is back in the limelight. Today eight schools continue their battle to win it in the Under-18 competition. The history, pride and passion behind

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    Letters To The Editor, August 1, 2015

Letters To The Editor, August 1, 2015

Chef thanks Rosleen Singh, Sigatoka I wish to congratulate Cuvu College for winning the Schools Chef Challenge 2015 and making it continual for three years (hat-trick). Hard work pays off.

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    93-Year-Old Waits For Grandnephew, Our PM

93-Year-Old Waits For Grandnephew, Our PM

Ninety-three-year old Ratu Isireli Sevadra is looking forward to meeting his grandnephew, Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama. The former diamond driller has spent 69 years in Canada after arriving as a

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    Archbishop Of York Here, Flies To Tonga Today

Archbishop Of York Here, Flies To Tonga Today

Bishopthorpe:  The Archbishop of York, John Sentamu, leaves Fiji today for Tonga as part of an invitation to speak on a series of leadership reflections on climate change. He arrived

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    Lions Roar

Lions Roar

Labasa was on fire in their first match of the INKK Mobile Battle of the Giants (B.O.G) tournament winning 2-0 against Nadroga at the Ratu Cakobau Park, Nausori yesterday. The

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Victorians Are Ready

  Victorians Are Ready

Queen Victoria School Under-18 team aim for a positive outcome at the 2015 Coke Zero Deans quarterfinals today. The Victorians

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West Schools Eye Deans

  West Schools Eye Deans

Coke Zero Deans 2013 champions Ratu Navula College  and Cuvu College have set their sights on the Coke Zero Deans

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INKK MOBILE B.O.G. Thriller In Nausori

  INKK MOBILE B.O.G.  Thriller In Nausori

Defending champions Rewa came from two goals down to held 4R Electrical Ba 2-2 yesterday. The last match of the

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Sponsors Make It Work: Rodan

  Sponsors Make It Work: Rodan

Fiji Association of Sports and National Olympic Committee (FASANOC) president Joseph Rodan stressed the importance of sponsors when it came

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Qasevakatini Saves Suva

  Qasevakatini Saves Suva

Jedi’s Stationery Suva’s Napolioni Qasevakatini equalised in the second-half as Jedi’ s Suva drew 1-1 with Jack’s Nadi in the

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Giants Start With A Draw

  Giants Start With A Draw

The first game of the 2015 INKK Mobile Battle of the Giants ended in a scoreless draw at Ratu Cakobau

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The Four Navies Of Fiji

  The Four Navies Of Fiji

Republic of Fiji Navy celebrated its 40 years of its existence. Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama was the chief guest attending

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Dinner With A Legend

  Dinner With A Legend

Former All Black Sir John Kirwan will be in Fiji on the first week of next month to be the

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Students Remember Founder

  Students Remember Founder

Students of Nasinu Sangam Primary School took part in drama, traditional dances and tirikutu (South Indian dance and drama) to

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ANALYSIS: Boat Builder Expands Into Export Markets

  ANALYSIS: Boat Builder Expands Into Export Markets

John Ross is a Nadi-based marketing and advertising specialist with a long background in tourism.   There are many boat

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Ready To Impress

  Ready To Impress

The Fijian team is ready to do the country proud in the World Children Baseball Foundation Fair in Chiba, Japan

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Nadi Airport Modernisation Nears Half Completion

  Nadi Airport Modernisation Nears Half Completion

The Nadi Airport Terminal Modernisation project is nearing close to 50 per cent of the upgrade works with targets for

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Ryan: Don’t Rule Out Bobo

  Ryan: Don’t Rule Out Bobo

Former national rep Sireli Bobo is likely to join the Vodafone Fijian 7s camp in preparation for the 2016 Rio

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VB Holdings Announces First Interim Dividends This Year

  VB Holdings Announces First Interim Dividends This Year

VB Holdings Limited, a South Pacific Stock Exchange listed company, has announced its first interim dividend for this year of

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RB Patel Group Records $6.58m Pre-tax Profit

  RB Patel Group Records $6.58m Pre-tax Profit

The RB Patel Group has reported $6.58 million as operating profit before tax expense for the financial year ended June

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Fiji Revenue And Customs Authority: Tax And You

  Fiji Revenue And Customs Authority: Tax And You

With the rise in social media and greater access to internet, naturally an increase in online shopping is noted. Particularly

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Two-day Rugby In Ra

  Two-day Rugby In Ra

Fourteen teams have confirmed their spots so far for the 2015 Uluinakau 7s tournament which will be held at Ra

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Why Are Good Leaders So Rare?

  Why Are Good Leaders So Rare?

Mark Wager is in Fiji from August 21 to 28 and has a few coaching slots remaining. To arrange a

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LEADERS TALK: What Should Be Done To Attract More International Production Houses?

  LEADERS TALK: What Should Be Done To Attract More International Production Houses?

In recent times there has been an increase in film production in Fiji. Over the past few years, we have

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Why We Have The Speed Limits We Have

  Why We Have The Speed Limits We Have

Neil Cook is the CEO of the Fiji Roads Authority. This is his regular column which will be published by

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