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    Minister Reddy Visits Family Of Dead Boy

Minister Reddy Visits Family Of Dead Boy

The Labasa family who lost their 18-year-old son, Vivek Narayan, in a bus accident on Monday was paid a surprise sympathy visit yesterday by the Minister for Education, Heritage and

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    Martel is New PIDF Secretariat Head

Martel is New PIDF Secretariat Head

The Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama yesterday announced that Francois Martel was the Pacific Island Development Forum’s first permanent secretary-general. Mr Martel, a Canadian-born Samoan conservationist and tourism specialist, has most

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    Envoy Boosts Japan Interest For North

Envoy Boosts Japan Interest For North

Fiji’s Ambassador to Japan Isikeli Mataitoga was delighted to see how many people in Labasa showed interest in Japan, in a visit this week to the Northern Division. During his

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    Nanuku Solar Project Launched

Nanuku Solar Project Launched

For the last 20 years residents of Nanuku Settlement had been using benzene lights, kerosene lamps and candles to light up their homes. It was an exciting moment for the

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    PIDF Charter Endorsed

PIDF Charter Endorsed

Leaders at the Third Pacific Island Development Forum yesterday endorsed the PIDF Charter, expanding the organisation’s clout and profile at international forums. The charter now allows the PIDF, as a

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    Dinati Basks In Glory

Dinati Basks In Glory

Jerry Dinati did not give up his dreams of becoming a lawyer during his eight years of study. He faced a lot of difficulties including the death of his father

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    Akbar Grieves Over 3 Teenage Deaths

Akbar Grieves Over 3 Teenage Deaths

The Minister for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation, Rosy Akbar, has expressed her concern and grief over the loss of innocent lives through alleged suicide. She was responding to the

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    Addressing Training Shortfalls

Addressing Training Shortfalls

More feedback was needed to address training shortfalls in the corporate and public sector, according to the Fiji Higher Education Commission. The Commission’s executive chairman, Dr Richard Wah, said complaining

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    Reddy Makes Dad Proud

Reddy Makes Dad Proud

A salesman’s daughter gave her father the best Father’s Day gift after she graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce degree yesterday. Pritika Reddy, 24, was among the 980 students who

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Akbar Laments Elderly Care

  Akbar Laments  Elderly Care

The Ministry of Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation calls on families to establish a strong family foundation and nurture the

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$10m Resort Opens Next Month

  $10m Resort Opens Next Month

The $10-million Resort Relax Fiji will open for business on October 1, says its main investor Bobby Khan. Located on

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Proud Moment for Usamate Family

  Proud Moment for Usamate Family

After three years of hard work, 23-year-old Meresini Usamate walked out of the Vodafone Arena in Suva yesterday as a

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Handwashing Helps West Students

  Handwashing Helps West Students

A sanitary lifestyle will help eradicate diseases caused by unhygienic habits and surroundings, says Assistant Minister for Health and Medical Services

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‘Chase Your Dreams’

  ‘Chase Your Dreams’

Caribbean-native Danielle Edwards yesterday challenged new graduates of the University of the South Pacific (USP) to chase their dreams. Delivering

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Letters to the Editor, September 5, 2015

  Letters to the Editor, September 5, 2015

Whom to blame? Mikaele Tamani, Caubati Lives were recently lost when three young students allegedly could not take the pressure

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EDITORIAL: SODELPA is a Party in Crisis and Needs Urgent Corrective Surgery

  EDITORIAL: SODELPA is a Party in Crisis and Needs Urgent Corrective Surgery

Is SODELPA in shambles? That’s the way it looks after its annual general meeting scheduled for today has been postponed

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Labasa Police Looking For Two Suspects

  Labasa Police Looking For Two Suspects

Police confirmed that one of the three people suspected of stabbing a taxi driver has been charged and was produced

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OPINION: Rabuka Outlines Reasons for Leaving

  OPINION: Rabuka Outlines Reasons for Leaving

It is with a very heavy heart that I write this letter to you in your capacity as Secretary General

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Tuvalu PM’s ‘Cry’ For Help

  Tuvalu PM’s ‘Cry’ For Help

Every night I would stay up and think of what the future holds for my people as climate change is

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New Heights for Mother of Two

  New  Heights  for Mother of Two

It was a step up in her career after Ashish Lata gained a Masters of Commerce in Professional Accounting. The

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Two More Rape Cases This Week

  Two More Rape Cases This Week

Police are appealing to parents and guardians to monitor their children vigilantly. This warning comes after two more rape cases

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PNG Minister Intervenes in Passport Saga for Fijian Journalists

  PNG Minister Intervenes in Passport Saga for Fijian Journalists

Foreign Minister Rimbink Pato of Papua New Guinea has intervened in the passport saga involving Fijian journalists who are in

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Police to Investigate Death of Woman

  Police to Investigate Death of Woman

Police are investigating the death of a woman in Tavua. Lanieta McKenzie, 51, of Kavika Street, Tavua, died on Thursday.

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Blast Hurts Our Sinai 2

  Blast Hurts Our Sinai 2

Two  members of the Republic of Fiji Military Forces serving  in the troubled Sinai are in a stable condition after

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Fijians In China’s V-Day parade

  Fijians In China’s V-Day parade

Though small in number, Republic of Fiji Military Forces (RFMF) soldiers on Thursday proudly displayed their style during China’s V-Day

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Holding Liars Accountable

  Holding Liars Accountable

Keyboard warriors living in Fiji need to realise that they can and will be taken to task. Especially those who

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Fans Turn Out in Numbers to Support Flying Fijians

  Fans Turn Out in Numbers to Support Flying Fijians

Locals turned up in numbers to support the Vodafone Flying Fijians during training at the Aldershot Military Stadium yesterday. Speaking

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Specialists To Join Police Peacekeepers In Haiti

  Specialists To Join Police Peacekeepers In Haiti

Specialists serving in the Fiji Police Force will soon be part of future deployments under the United Nations Peacekeeping Operations

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Tabaiwalu Should Answer For Permit Blunder, Says Delegation

  Tabaiwalu Should Answer For Permit Blunder, Says Delegation

The Vanua Levu delegation says SODELPA’s general secretary Pio Tabaiwalu should be held accountable for permit blunder. Spokesperson Ratu Kilipati

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