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    Delegation – The Effective Tool For Management

Delegation – The Effective Tool For Management

At the root of Management as a function and especially within the sphere of Time Management, the role of Delegation can never be ignored. With a multitude of tasks required

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    Differences Over $300K Ba Target

Differences Over $300K Ba Target

Ambitious plans to raise $300,000 for the education of students in Ba, have been questioned by the provincial council members. The ‘Mata Bose ni Momo’ in Ba, a registered non-governmental

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    Chiefs Urged To Clamp Down On Sedition Activities

Chiefs Urged To Clamp Down On Sedition Activities

The chiefs of Ba were yesterday reminded to act on resolutions discussed in the Ba Provincial Council which called for the clamping down of sedition activities. Council chairman Ratu Tevita

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    SODELPA Lobbying Raises AGM Stakes

SODELPA Lobbying Raises AGM Stakes

Last-ditch attempts were being made yesterday to get Sitiveni Rabuka to change his mind and attend SODELPA’s annual general meeting in Suva tomorrow. They followed the arrival in Suva of

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    Security Officer Charged For Violent Driver Assault

Security Officer Charged For Violent Driver Assault

Security officer Tabaiwalu John Pickering appeared at the Labasa Magistrates Court yesterday charged with robbery with violence and causing bodily harm to a Labasa taxi driver. He appeared before Magistrate

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    200 Beekeepers Trained

200 Beekeepers Trained

As part of efforts to boost the industry, over 200 people from eight different places in Vanua Levu were trained by Carl Demler over a period of three weeks. Mr

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    EDITORIAL: Pacific Islands Development Forum True Leader

EDITORIAL: Pacific Islands Development Forum True Leader

Under the leadership of the Bainimarama Government, the Pacific Islands Development Forum (PIDF) is now the unrivalled leader of Pacific Island states. The presence of first Indonesia’s president and now

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    Letters To The Editor, September 4, 2015

Letters To The Editor, September 4, 2015

Ro Teimumu and Ratu Naiqama’s attack Tukai Lagonilakeba, Namaka Our PM’s proactive approach in warning those that are plotting and contemplating against our democratically-elected Government whether they are in the

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    Robinson To Help Pacific Leaders

Robinson To Help Pacific Leaders

Pacific leaders have been promised help for the United Nations Conference on Climate Change to be held in Paris, France, in November. The offer of assistance was made yesterday by

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OPINION: Celebrating Our Fijian Constitution

  OPINION: Celebrating Our Fijian Constitution

Professor Satendra Nandan’s  book BRIEF ENCOUNTERS was published in July and launched in Germany at the biennial conference of the

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PIDF No Threat, Aussies Agree With Our PM

  PIDF No Threat, Aussies Agree With Our PM

Australia shares the view that the Pacific Islands Development Forum is no threat to the Pacific Islands Forum (PIF). In

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Asco Motors And National Food And Nutrition Support Show

  Asco Motors And National Food And Nutrition Support Show

The Central Division Agricultural Show has been given a boost in finance after receiving a total of $9,000 yesterday. Asco

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Chiefly Ways

  Chiefly Ways

Many are left wondering if Saturday’s SODELPA showdown will come down to be one where it could be chiefs versus

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Labasa Cane Supply Hit By Dry weather

  Labasa Cane Supply Hit By Dry weather

The Fiji Sugar Corporation Labasa mill is facing a shortage of sugarcane supply. Fiji Sugar Corporation Chairman Abdul Khan said

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BSP’s Core Banking System Launches

  BSP’s Core Banking System Launches

Bank South Pacific’s new ‘core banking system’ will be launched today to September 7. The $16 million system is an

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OPINION: Militant Pacific Islands Ready To Fight

  OPINION: Militant Pacific Islands Ready To Fight

The writer is Antigua and Barbuda’s Ambassador to the US and a Senior Fellow at the Institute of Commonwealth Studies,

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SPTE 2016 Is Heading To The Gold Coast

  SPTE 2016 Is Heading To The Gold Coast

To the Gold Coast in Australia heads the 2016 South Pacific Tourism Exchange (SPTE) on May 20 and 21. This

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Akbar Rallies Forum For Climate Change Work

  Akbar Rallies Forum For Climate Change Work

Global and collective responsibility towards the adverse effects of climate change, is crucial, says Minister for Women, Children and Poverty

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Cargo Freight Agents Go On Business Marketing Tour

  Cargo Freight Agents Go On Business Marketing Tour

An airfreight export team and senior management members of the top five freight agents in Fiji will be part of

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French Company Acts On Climate Change

  French Company Acts On Climate Change

The first counsellor and deputy Head of Mission in the French Embassy, Julies Irrmann, told the Fiji Sun after attending

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Exporters To Take Heed Of Opportunity To Expand

  Exporters To Take Heed Of Opportunity To Expand

Agriculture exporters have been encouraged on the need to be vigilant and take heed of the opportunities in order to

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ANALYSIS: Sedition Investigations Extend To Historical Sites

  ANALYSIS: Sedition Investigations Extend To Historical Sites

Investigators are checking out unconfirmed reports that another para-military group is training in the mountainous area of interior Viti Levu.

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PIDF Chief Guest Returns Home

  PIDF Chief Guest Returns Home

The Deputy Prime Minister  and Foreign Minister of Thailand, General Tanasak Patimapragorm, the chief guest of the 3rd Pacific Island

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Leaders Resolve Not To Move

  Leaders Resolve Not To Move

A panel of Pacific leaders yesterday all agreed that migration was not the answer to the fight against climate change.

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Third Student Dies From Paraquat Poisoning

  Third Student Dies From Paraquat Poisoning

LATEST:  The third student who attempted to commit suicide early this week passed away at the CWMH this morning. One passed

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More Men In Campaign Soon

  More Men In Campaign Soon

Government’s commitment to the implementation of National Gender Policy will see more men in the public service being empowered to

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Iloilovatu Gallery Reopens

  Iloilovatu Gallery Reopens

The Fiji National University’s (FNU) Ratu Iloilo Public Art Gallery at Raiwai Campus, Suva, reopens today after it was closed

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‘Women Play Vital Role Too’

  ‘Women Play Vital Role Too’

The ‘Soqosoqo ni Marama’ in the Ba province have come out strongly on the vital roles they play in the

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Tuitubou Briefs Samoa Gathering

  Tuitubou Briefs  Samoa Gathering

Apia: Fiji’s effort in the implementation of youth policies in the country was presented yesterday in Apia, Samoa, during the

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