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    Manueli, Fiji’s Rugby Ambassador

Manueli, Fiji’s Rugby Ambassador

Manueli Rauqeuqe an unassuming and humble 13-year-old school boy from the Sugar City of Lautoka recently entered a competition which was held by DHL the international courier and logistics company

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    Zing Restaurant @ The Westin

Zing Restaurant @ The Westin

Start with stunning views overlooking Nadi Bay, then add a menu which draws its inspiration from Asian cuisine, showcasing classic Asian flavours with a modern twist. The menu features a

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    Letters To The Editor, August 08, 2015

Letters To The Editor, August 08, 2015

Same difference Dr Raymond Chandra, Vancouver, Canada The difference is the same between a teacher and a salesman. The salesman has something to sell to his customers and the teacher

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    EDITORIAL: RFMF Integral Part Of National Development

EDITORIAL: RFMF Integral Part Of National Development

The Republic of Fiji Military Forces is continuing to evolve as it responds to the changing military landscape. The setting up of a new unit, called the Deployable Unit, is

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    Two Die On Road

Two Die On Road

Two Fiji Electricity Authority employees died after a road accident in Rakiraki yesterday. Dead are Josevata Donu Rokotakala, 44, distribution engineer and Arunesh Prasad, 32. an electrical technician. The family

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    Dawn Of A New Era In Fiji, Says PM Bainimarama

Dawn Of A New Era In Fiji, Says PM Bainimarama

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama says they have succeeded in bringing Fiji into a new era of acceptance that removes the stains of a dark past. Speaking at a dinner hosted

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    Fijians In South Sudan Safe, Assures Natuva

Fijians In South Sudan Safe, Assures Natuva

Our peacekeepers in South Sudan are safe despite the rising tension there, assures Minister for Defence Timoci Natuva. Fourteen are serving there, including five from the Republic of Fiji Military

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    Reason  To Smile

Reason To Smile

An Opposition MP, who in another life was a civil servant, has finally received what he was owed thanks to the Government. He has confided to close colleagues and family

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    Acting PM: Ban On Our  Exports Unjustified

Acting PM: Ban On Our Exports Unjustified

Acting Prime Minister Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum has criticised New Zealand for suspending Fijian eggplant, mango, breadfruit and papaya imports. “The Fijian Government believes that the actions taken by New Zealand to

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ANALYSIS: Together Against Crime

  ANALYSIS: Together Against Crime

A proposal to allow security companies  to work with Police is innovative and is one of the best ways to fight

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‘First Of Its Kind’ Chiefly Installation At Cuvu

  ‘First Of Its Kind’ Chiefly Installation At Cuvu

Government had officially recognised the newly-installed chief of Nadroga/Navosa province, Turaga Na Ka Levu 88-year-old Ratu Kinijoji Vosailagi. The letter

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Four Navies Of Fiji

  Four Navies Of Fiji

Continued from Saturday, August 1, 2015. 1975 During the following years which led independence  in 1970 Fiji had no naval

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Leading Strategic Change Here

  Leading Strategic Change Here

Corporate trainer and leadership consultant Mayur Kalbag believes that leading strategic change is a process which starts from within individuals.

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Man Dies After Abduction

  Man Dies After Abduction

A 22 year old man died this morning after an alleged suicide attempt yesterday afternoon. The actions of the deceased is

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Police Recruits Warned

  Police Recruits Warned

The Commissioner of Police Ben Groenewald yesterday warned 120 new Police recruits about taking the law into their own hands.

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East Wants All

  East Wants All

All Coke Zero Deans trophies should either be won by Ratu Kadavulevu School, Queen Victoria School or Lelean Memorial School.

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Verevou Puts Rewa Into Final

  Verevou Puts Rewa Into Final

What happened: Rewa aim to retain their title against 4R Electric Ba in the final of the INKK Mobile Battle

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ANALYSIS: Our Second Quarter Letdown

  ANALYSIS: Our Second Quarter Letdown

Pressure does funny things to good players if you allow it to get on top of you. And that’s what

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Disappointing Start: Carpenter

  Disappointing Start: Carpenter

The Fijian Pearls lost their opening round of the Netball World Cup 2015 to Wales 52-59 at the Netball Central

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Book Review: Our Parliament ‘Made Easy,’ A Worthy Read

  Book Review: Our Parliament ‘Made Easy,’ A Worthy Read

It’s been a steep learning curve for the members of Parliament, since it began ten months ago. Even the Speaker

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Accused Claims Police Assault

  Accused Claims Police Assault

A new turn of event took place at the High Court in Suva yesterday when the Nakasi rape suspect alleged

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Arsonist Gets Two Years

  Arsonist Gets Two Years

Children need to respect their parents and if they don’t they will be taught a lesson, says Suva High Court

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Minister to Solve Quarters Problem

  Minister to Solve Quarters Problem

Minister for Health and Medical Services Jone Usamate promises to prioritise the provision of good living conditions for health workers

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Usamate to Probe North Shortage

  Usamate to Probe North Shortage

The Minister for Health and Medical Services, Jone Usamate will investigate medicine shortage in the North. He revealed this while

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FEO Nears 600,000

  FEO Nears 600,000

The Fijian Elections Office is just 2000 voters away from registering 600,000 voters in Fiji. Supervisor of Elections Mohammed Saneem

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Ballantine Revives Tradition In Style

  Ballantine Revives Tradition In Style

It was a sea of colours at Ballantine Memorial School in Delainavesi yesterday as students paraded their cultural costumes. Inspired

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Grasp Learning Opportunities, Students Urged

  Grasp Learning Opportunities, Students Urged

Various high school students in the West flocked to Churchill Park in Lautoka yesterday for the USP Open Day. It

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Tourists help Yasawa students

  Tourists help  Yasawa students

Yasawa High School students are among Fijians reaping the benefits of Government’s rural development programmes and improvement in the tourism

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Workshop to Upskill Tomato Farmers

  Workshop to Upskill Tomato Farmers

Beqa Island is well known for producing tomatoes. To enhance the interest, farmers on the island will be given the

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