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    Letters To The Editor, August 14, 2015

Letters To The Editor, August 14, 2015

Rubbish Tawake Kolinisau, Sawani Quite recently your newspaper has highlighted an issue that needs to be addressed on a national level. This issue has been an eyesore and a deterrent

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    EDITORIAL: Learn this line and practise saying: “I will not litter today”

EDITORIAL: Learn this line and practise saying: “I will not litter today”

It’s now a matter of urgency. The national rubbish problem is a disgrace. The Prime Minister, Voreqe Bainimarama, recently addressed the issue when he was chief guest at a Nadi

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    Opinion: Strained Labour Relations – Fiji’s Dilemma

Opinion: Strained Labour Relations – Fiji’s Dilemma

Vincent Lobendahn, a minister in Sitiveni Rabuka’s SVT Government, led a team that studied the model in Singapore in 1998. The team included Hector Hatch (employers’ representative) and unionists James

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    Sunny in Fiji

Sunny in Fiji

Sunny Leone is here for the Spice It Up Tour and is hoping to witness the Fiji energy that she has only heard of. Ms Leone accompanied by her husband

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    SODELPA Row Heats Up

SODELPA Row Heats Up

SODELPA MP Mosese Bulitavu yesterday threatened to resign unless the truth about the content of a confidential report was revealed. Mr Bulitavu called for an urgent inquiry in an email

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    More ‘Rebel’ Cases

More ‘Rebel’ Cases

Police have rounded up more people who are allegedly involved with so-called ‘rebel’ groups to form different states. Well placed sources have confirmed that 37 people face sedition related charges,

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    Saneem Doesn’t Rule Out Urai Union Action

Saneem Doesn’t Rule Out Urai Union Action

The Fijian Elections Office is not ruling out the possibility of referring investigations against the National Union of Hospitality, Catering and Tourism Industries Employees elections. Supervisor of Elections Mohammed Saneem

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    Who’s Behind Rebel Group? PM

Who’s Behind Rebel Group? PM

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama wants to know who was responsible for co-ordinating the so-called rebel group in parts of the Western Division. Mr Bainimarama has been briefed on the situation

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    Analysis: Transparency, Accountability Target of New Electoral Law

Analysis: Transparency, Accountability Target of New Electoral Law

The declaration that the National Union of Hospitality, Catering and Tourism Industries Employees election was null and void is unprecedented. It shows that the new electoral law, which stipulates that

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Another 16 In Court For Sedition Charges

  Another 16 In Court For Sedition Charges

The Tavua Magistrates Court yesterday remanded 16 people in Police custody for allegedly being involved in activities against the State.

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Unions Warned: Get House in Order

  Unions Warned: Get House in Order

Supervisor of Elections Mohammed Saneem has called for trade unions to bring their house to order. He made the call

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Bail Revoked For Three

  Bail Revoked For Three

High Court judge Justice Thushara Rajasinghe yesterday revoked the bail previously granted to three people charged with sedition and inciting

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Remove Rebel Flag: Nadroga Chief

  Remove Rebel Flag: Nadroga Chief

Nadroga/Navosa chief, Turaga Na Ka Levu, Ratu Kinijoji Vosailagi wants the so-called Christian State flag removed from the late Ratu

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Interim Move?

  Interim Move?

Could this move be a forerunner to the united front for all trade unions to attack the Government over the

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Warm Clothes for Elderly

  Warm Clothes for Elderly

Residents of the Senior Citizens Home in Samabula, Suva, shed tears as they were presented with warm clothing yesterday. Staff

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Govt Gets $15m From Airports

  Govt Gets $15m From Airports

Airports Fiji Limited’s major restructure of its revenues undertaken about a year ago is coming to fruition now. This was

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Temporary NZ Suspension Lifted

  Temporary NZ Suspension Lifted

The temporary suspension placed on four Fijian export products by New Zealand’s Ministry of Primary Industries has been lifted. The

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Methodist Choirfest Starts Today

  Methodist Choirfest Starts Today

There will be 350 choirs taking part in this year’s Methodist Church ‘Festival of Praise’ that starts in Suva today.

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FCS Keen To Strengthen Labour Mobility In Sugar Sector

  FCS Keen To Strengthen Labour Mobility In Sugar Sector

The Fiji Corrections Services (FCS) is prepared to strengthen its work with sugar stakeholders by supplying more labour support for

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Lautoka Mill Back In Operation

  Lautoka Mill Back In Operation

The Lautoka Sugar Mill is back to normalcy, says Fiji Sugar Corporation executive chairman Abdul Khan. This was after the

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Knifing Victim Out of Coma

  Knifing Victim Out of Coma

Kinoya knifing victim Karishma Lal is finally out of her coma and her mother Maya Wati is ecstatic. “She has

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‘Got To Nail It’

  ‘Got To Nail It’

Ben Volavola believes working hard always brings positive outcomes. The 24-year-old’s kicking game was a contributing factor in the Vodafone

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Old Boys Support

  Old Boys Support

The Vodafone Flying Fijians who attended Ratu Kadavulevu School are banking on their team to win the Coke Zero U18

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Natabua Under-17 Ready For QVS

  Natabua Under-17 Ready For QVS

Natabua High School Under-17 team aims to upset Queen Victoria School at the ANZ Stadium, Suva tomorrow. “The boys are

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Now Nasinu Set To Play

  Now Nasinu Set To Play

Residents and sport enthusiasts of Nasinu now have a proper Multipurpose court to play on. This was after Prime Minister

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Navy Role Expanded Under Convention

  Navy Role Expanded Under Convention

The role of the Fiji Navy will be expanded once the International Convention on Salvage is signed. Fiji Navy Commander

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New Classrooms for Sigatoka Primary

  New Classrooms for Sigatoka Primary

Sigatoka Primary School yesterday received three classrooms from the Embassy of Japan. The classrooms replaced the eight classrooms which were

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‘Support Our Men’

  ‘Support Our Men’

Fiji Rugby Union in partnership with Vodafone Fiji, launched the Bolea Challenge yesterday. The challenge is a campaign to boost

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PROFILE: Asaeli Tikoirotuma

  PROFILE: Asaeli Tikoirotuma

POSITION Outside Back   DATE OF BIRTH 24 June 1986   PLACE OF BIRTH Suva   PRIMARY SCHOOL Delainamasi Primary School

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