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    PIDF Addresses Pacific Needs Given Lip Service In The Past

PIDF Addresses Pacific Needs Given Lip Service In The Past

Two major documents will be signed by Pacific Islands Development Forum leaders by tomorrow. One is the PIDF charter. The second is the Suva Declaration. The charter gives PIDF its

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    Fiji-Indonesia Boost Narcotics Fight

Fiji-Indonesia Boost Narcotics Fight

In a bid to address the rise in transnational crime, a memorandum of understanding was yesterday signed at the Fiji Police Academy between the Fiji Police Force and the National

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    Letters To The Editor, September 3, 2015

Letters To The Editor, September 3, 2015

Illegal dumps Jason Verma , Wailoku Rubbish, rubbish, rubbish everywhere you go you see rubbish, “why” because people have no pride for their country or surroundings and the beauty of

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    Methodists Launch New Plan For Schools

Methodists Launch New Plan For Schools

Christian education should produce good citizens and good role models, says Methodist Church in Fiji secretary for non–formal education Reverend Semisi Turagavou. He said this during the Christian education workshop

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    $10k Upgrade For Nadi School

$10k Upgrade For Nadi School

Students at Nadi District returned to school on Tuesday to the amazing sight of refurbished classrooms. The project was completed through the efforts of the Sofitel Fiji Resort and Spa,

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    Taxi Suspension Threat

Taxi Suspension Threat

Labasa taxi drivers’ licences for night service will be suspended if drivers continue to be robbed, says Fiji Taxi Association general-secretary Rishi Ram. He gave his statement to the Fiji

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    Mosese Bulitavu To Challenge Interview

Mosese Bulitavu To Challenge Interview

The trial-within-a-trial for parliamentarian Mosese Bulitavu and Jagath Karunaratne has been adjourned to September 21. The two were charged for seditious offenses and appeared before Magistrate Usaia Ratuvili at the

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    Ba Chiefs Oppose Seditious Acts

Ba Chiefs Oppose Seditious Acts

The traditional chiefs of the Ba province have distanced themselves from allegations of sedition by chiefs of neighbouring provinces. Our support for the Bainimarama Government remains strong, was their message

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    $15m Hydro Ready By November

$15m Hydro Ready By November

The $15 million hydro project in Somosomo, Taveuni Island will be completed in November this year. Divisional Planning Officer North Alipate Bolalevu admitted it was behind their initial completion date.

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Double Honour For Brothers

  Double Honour For Brothers

It was a double celebration for brothers Nilesh and Salesh Kumar after they were admitted to the Bar yesterday as

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Bainimarama To Abbott: Our Survival Before Coal

  Bainimarama To Abbott: Our Survival Before Coal

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama yesterday fired a broadside at his Australian counterpart Tony Abbott. He said Australia: Can do better

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Theme Timely, Relevant, Says General Tanasak

  Theme Timely, Relevant, Says General Tanasak

Thailand Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister General Tanasak Patimapregorn says the Pacific Islands Development Forum summit theme is timely

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Be Frank Like Frank, Says Tong

  Be Frank Like Frank, Says Tong

Kiribati’s President, Anote Tong, yesterday hailed Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama’s strong message to Australia at the opening of the 3rd

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Missing Files

  Missing Files

Around the Police kava bowl, there is a lot of chatter about two missing files. One file is about  the

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Kontiki Growth Fund Six Month Revenue Drops, Posts Loss

  Kontiki Growth Fund Six Month Revenue Drops, Posts Loss

Kontiki Growth Fund has recorded a net loss of $20,798 for the six months ended June 30, 2015. This is

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We Can Bounce Back: Sogovare

  We Can Bounce Back: Sogovare

The Pacific Islands were capable of bouncing back from variances and extremes brought about by climate change, says Solomon Islands

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Who Will Host 2016 Summit?

  Who Will Host 2016 Summit?

The bid is now open to Pacific Islands Development Forum member countries to host next year’s summit. The acting PIDF

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NJV: Only Mineral Exploration And Technical Studies For Namosi Now

  NJV: Only Mineral  Exploration And Technical Studies For Namosi Now

The Namosi Joint Venture has once again reiterated that no mining activities have begun for the proposed Namosi Mine. Country

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Special Session For Climate Change At CHOGM

  Special Session For Climate Change At CHOGM

A special session on climate change will be held at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in Malta in

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OPINION: Kazakhstan, Pacific Islands, So Different, Yet Facing Similar Challenges

  OPINION: Kazakhstan, Pacific Islands, So Different, Yet Facing Similar Challenges

The author is the foreign minister of Kazakhstan. He is in Suva for the Pacific Islands Development Forum.   Any

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Tourism Fiji To Make Important Announcements On Industry Day

  Tourism Fiji To Make Important  Announcements On Industry Day

Some major announcements of utmost importance to the tourism industry stakeholders are expected to be made by Tourism Fiji at

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Grace Road’s Rice Mill In Navua Well On The Way

  Grace Road’s Rice Mill In Navua Well On The Way

Grace Road Food company’s rice processing mill in Navua is now 50 per cent complete, confirmed company president, Daniel Kim.

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Timely Theme: Russian Envoy

  Timely Theme: Russian Envoy

The theme of this year’s Pacific Islands Development Forum (PIDF) summit is timely for the Paris climate conference in November,

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Fiji Major Threat: Gatland

  Fiji Major Threat: Gatland

Wales head coach Warren Gatland says the Flying Fijians loom as a major threat as he prepares to plot safe

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Fijian Leads Japan To RWC

  Fijian Leads Japan To RWC

Tokyo: Japan rugby head coach Eddie Jones, who took Australia to the 2003 final, has chosen Ra native Michael Leitch

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Flying Fijians Arrive In London

  Flying Fijians Arrive In London

The Vodafone Flying Fijians side arrived in London yesterday and will today start their preparation for their game against Canada.

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Road Race Series All Set

  Road Race Series All Set

The Jet Runners club 2015 road race series will start this Saturday with the five kilometers run from McDonald’s Nadi

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Musunamasi Resigns

  Musunamasi Resigns

Peni Musunamasi has resigned from the Fiji National Rugby League board as the deputy chairman. In his statement yesterday the

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