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    UPDATE: RFMF Inbound, Outbound Troops

UPDATE: RFMF Inbound, Outbound Troops

Members of the public are advised that the 147 outbound Republic of Fiji Military Forces (RFMF) troops earmarked to serve with the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force (UNDOF) in Syria will

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    Bainimarama Sends Best Wishes To Singapore

Bainimarama Sends Best Wishes To Singapore

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama has sent a congratulatory message to his Singaporean counterpart, Hon Lee Hsien Loong, on the occasion of Singapore’s National Day. In his message, the Prime Minister

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    Family Reels In Shock Over Loss

Family Reels In Shock Over Loss

A family of seven in Qauia is now contemplating their future after a fire destroyed their home yesterday. The fire is believed to have started at around 11am; leaving five

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    Methodists Remember Late President

Methodists Remember Late President

More than 100 people gathered at the Centenary Methodist church in Suva yesterday to commemorate the life of the church’s late President Reverend Josateki Koroi. Rev Koroi died last Saturday

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    FEO Calls Hotel Union Election, Null And Void

FEO Calls Hotel Union Election, Null And Void

The Supervisor of Elections Mohammed Saneem last night declared the National Union of Hospitality, Catering and Tourism Industries Employees elections, null and void. This was after the Fijian Elections Office

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    Students Off For NZ Exchange

Students Off For NZ Exchange

The ten students selected for the Crest Chicken ‘Cool Stuff for Schools” (CFS) campaign to New Zealand were reminded of their roles as Fijian ambassadors. Goodman Fielder General manager, Chris

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    More National Shame

More National Shame

More areas have been spotted where people continue to dump their rubbish by the road. After the Fiji Sun highlighted this national shame, the Minister for Environment, Parveen Kumar, launched

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    Sara Backs Anti-Litter Campaign

Sara Backs Anti-Litter Campaign

Sara Du is part of a new breed of young environmental advocates backing the Government’s call to clean up the environment. Even though the Saint Mary’s, Labasa, Year Eight  student

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    Ministry Ups Rheumatic Heart Disease Fight

Ministry Ups Rheumatic Heart Disease Fight

The Ministry of Health is boosting its fight against rheumatic heart disease with the launch of a new control and prevention programme on Monday. The project, launched at the Novotel

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EDITORIAL: We Need Answers For Fijian Pearls’ Poor Performances

  EDITORIAL: We Need Answers For Fijian Pearls’ Poor Performances

T he dismal performance of the 7th ranked Fijian Pearls against Wales (8th ranked) and Uganda (14th ranked) requires urgent

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Letters To The Editor, August 13, 2015

  Letters To The Editor, August 13, 2015

Editorial analysis Christopher Griffin, Rakiraki Your editorial (11 August) comparing Singapore’s economic success with PNG’s economic woes was breathtakingly naive.

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Dredging Works Start

  Dredging Works Start

The Government Shipping Services (GSS) has started dredging operations in waterways along the Government Shipping jetty in Walu Bay, Suva.

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Five Return From Japan Jamboree

  Five Return From Japan Jamboree

The Fiji Scouts Association on Tuesday welcomed the return of our scout members’ who had represented Fiji at 23rd World

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Hubei Delegates Visit Zhonghua School

  Hubei Delegates Visit Zhonghua School

A delegation from the Hubei Province in China visited the Lautoka Zhonghua School on Tuesday. Chinese Ambassador to Fiji Zhang

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Young Women Learning From Each Other

  Young Women Learning From Each Other

Thirty women took part in the learning exchange for FemLINK PACIFIC young women’s community media network meeting at the Tanoa

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Calls For Better Equipment

  Calls For Better Equipment

Fish wardens face many challenges when trying to charge poachers catching fish illegally on taboo fishing grounds. This was one

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North Fish Harvest At 70% Annually

  North Fish Harvest At 70% Annually

It is believed that 70 per cent of fish are harvested from the Northern Division each year, making a significant

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Dr Luveni Meets RKS Students

  Dr Luveni Meets RKS Students

Students of Ratu Kadavulevu School on Tuesday had the rare opportunity to meet the Speaker to Parliament, Dr Jiko Luveni.

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Ro Teimumu Under Fire

  Ro Teimumu Under Fire

Opposition leader Ro Teimumu Kepa has come under fire from two sources. A confidential report of an audit of the

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SODELPA MPs Mull Over Scathing Report

  SODELPA MPs Mull Over Scathing Report

SODELPA MPs and officials were last night studying a confidential report that makes scathing criticism of Ro Teimumu Kepa. It

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Nadroga Focus, Sedition Probe

  Nadroga Focus, Sedition Probe

Some Nadroga villagers are facing sedition-related charges and are expected to appear in court soon. Well-placed sources have confirmed that

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To Bail Or Not To Bail

  To Bail Or Not To Bail

A ruling is expected to be made today at the Lautoka High Court  regarding the application to revoke bail for

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Conflicting Ways

  Conflicting Ways

Can a civil servant become an official of the Public Service Association if the union is going to question Government

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Fiji, New Zealand Mutual Agreement On Proper Protocols

  Fiji, New Zealand Mutual Agreement On Proper Protocols

The Fijian Government and New Zealand’s Ministry of Primary Industries (MPI) concluded with a mutual agreement after their meeting in

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Farmers Call For Help, Stop Burning

  Farmers Call For Help, Stop Burning

A group of Sugarcane farmers in Veisaru, Ba, are calling higher authorities to monitor the current rate of cane burning

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Surfing Legend Beachley Conducts Training

  Surfing Legend Beachley Conducts Training

Seven time world surfing champion and Wyndham brand Ambassador Layne Beachley is leading workshops at the resort. The workshops are

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First Landing’s Stock Passes Away

  First Landing’s Stock Passes Away

Colorful character of the First Landing George Henry Stock died on Thursday August 6 at Lautoka Hospital. At the age

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East Dominate

  East Dominate

Eastern Zone schools will come out strong to dominate the 2015 Coca-Cola Zero Deans final this Saturday at the ANZ

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Akshat, Vikash Ready To Rock

  Akshat, Vikash Ready To Rock

Bollywood entertainers Akshat Singh and Vikash Sawant are ready to rock the stage in Fiji. They love Fiji and they

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