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    Never Been Fitter: Gaby

Never Been Fitter: Gaby

Gabriele Lovobalavu will take part in his third Rugby World Cup next month. Yesterday the Vodafone Flying Fijians second-five-eight said he had never been fitter. “Preparing for this RWC has

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    Newcomers Topple Suva Schools

Newcomers Topple Suva Schools

Newcomers to the Tuckers Ice Cream Fiji Secondary School Basketball Championship, Swami Vivekananda College (SVC), scored upsets at the Vodafone Arena in Suva yesterday. The U15 boys beat Marist Brothers

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    Paying Own Way to Play

Paying Own Way to Play

Jasper Williams High School aim to learn and improve their skills at the Tuckers Ice Cream Fiji Secondary Schools Basketball Championship. The three-day tournament started yesterday at the Vodafone Arena

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    Natabua On A Mission

Natabua On A Mission

The Natabua High School boys Under-19 team are on a mission to take the title back to Lautoka. The western school are currently taking part in the Tuckers Ice Cream

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    Fiji Sports Body Revival

Fiji Sports Body Revival

Sports journalists gathered at the Oceania National Olympic Committee (ONOC) office in Suva yesterday to revive the Fijian Sports Journalists Association. ONOC Regional Media Development Specialist Matai Akauola said the

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    Naikataci in France 31-Men Squad

Naikataci in France 31-Men Squad

Paris: Noa Naikataci becomes the first Fijian to represent France in the Rugby World Cup. The Naluwai, Naitasiri native was included France head coach Philippe Saint-André  31-man squad. Currently plays

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    ‘Healed’ Naholo  Close to Call Up

‘Healed’ Naholo Close to Call Up

Wellington:  All Blacks coach Steve Hansen is understood to be leaning towards the shock inclusion of Highlanders wing sensation Waisake Naholo in his World Cup squad of 31 to be

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    Man City 3 from 3

Man City 3 from 3

London: Manchester City maintained their flawless start to the Premier League season to go top of the table with 2-0 victory at Everton. Aleksandar Kolarov and substitute Samir Nasri struck

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    Guptill Ton Help Level Series

Guptill Ton Help Level Series

Potchefstroom: A career-best 3 for 31 from Doug Bracewell cancelled out a fighting 70 from Farhaan Behardien, and set New Zealand up for a dominant, series-leveling victory in the second

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Bolt ‘Hardest’

  Bolt ‘Hardest’

Beijing: Usain Bolt has described his World Championships 100m final victory over Justin Gatlin as the “hardest race” of his

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New Holiday for Our Constitution

  New Holiday for Our Constitution

Pencil in September 7, 2016 as a probable new public holiday on our local calendars. The matter was proposed yesterday

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SODELPA Goes Into Damage Control Mode

  SODELPA Goes Into Damage Control Mode

The Social Democratic Liberal Party (SODELPA) went into damage control mode yesterday to prevent a rift over an internal audit

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Gavoka, Nanovo Back Tax Laws

  Gavoka, Nanovo Back Tax Laws

Two Opposition parliamentarians decided to buck the trend and support a Government bill. Yesterday’s parliamentary voting showed that Viliame Gavoka

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Sugar Bills for Debate

  Sugar Bills for Debate

Two important pieces of legislation will be up for debate today. The Sugar Cane Growers Fund (Amendment) Bill 2015 and

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Meeting Oni

  Meeting Oni

Did Ro Teimumu Kepa meet with this mysterious Mereoni (Oni) Kirwin when this lawyer was in Fiji? Was the introduction

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A-G to Biman Prasad : Tell it right

  A-G to Biman Prasad : Tell it right

Parliamentarians need to be responsible and not misrepresent facts, the Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum has told the Opposition, with regards to

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OPINION: Why SODELPA Is Silent

  OPINION: Why SODELPA Is Silent

Some SODELPA members have allegedly been involved behind the scenes in the attempted formation of the so-called Christian Sovereign States

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Military Gets More Information

  Military Gets More Information

More people are coming forward with information concerning the alleged illegal activities of the so-called rebel group in Ra. This

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Sri Lankan General Meets Bainimarama on Cooperation

  Sri Lankan General  Meets Bainimarama  on Cooperation

Defence co-operation between Sri Lanka and the Republic of Fiji Military Forces (RFMF) is now in the pipeline. This was

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Four More Face Sedition Charges

  Four More Face Sedition Charges

Four more men have been charged yesterday with one count each of sedition and urging political violence. Marika Qalo, Manueli

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PM Gives Good News on Sugar Season

  PM Gives Good News on Sugar Season

Prime Minister and Minister for Sugar Industry, Voreqe Bainimarama, says the cane extraction this year is on par with the

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Global markets Worry Auckland Airport

  Global markets Worry Auckland Airport

Auckland Airport says global financial instability is tempering its outlook for the coming year. The company, New Zealand’s biggest by

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Exporters and Importers Warned of Biosecurity Scam

  Exporters and Importers Warned of Biosecurity Scam

Exporters and importers are being warned of unscrupulous behaviour on the part of certain agents of the Biosecurity Authority of

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Exports Up, Reach $2.2bn in 2014

  Exports Up, Reach $2.2bn in 2014

Fijians exports grew by 11.5 per cent the past year amounting to $2.2 billion compared to a four per cent

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FSC Working with Farmers to Bridge Supply Gap

  FSC Working with Farmers to Bridge Supply Gap

Fiji Sugar Corporation is working with farmers to bridge the sugarcane supply gap which exists on certain days. FSC executive

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Key MSG Trade Talks Meetings Underway in Nadi

  Key MSG Trade Talks Meetings Underway in Nadi

The Melanesia Spearhead Group is undertaking a series of key trade meetings this week at the Tanoa International Hotel in

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Letters to the Editor, August 25, 2015

  Letters to the Editor, August 25, 2015

Navua bus tragedy Tukai Lagonilakeba, Namaka. I would like to commend and put forward the following names as recipients of

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EDITORIAL: Opposition Needs to Stand Firm Against Sedition

  EDITORIAL: Opposition Needs to Stand Firm Against Sedition

A recent indicator of how well things have been going is the tourism figures. Recent ones note an increase of

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OPINION: Freedom of Expression

  OPINION: Freedom of Expression

This is a transricpt of Nemani Delaibatiki ‘s My Say programme on FBC Television’s 4 The Record on Sunday. Fijians

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