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    Fijian Skipper  Warns World Cup Rivals To Be On Their Guard

Fijian Skipper Warns World Cup Rivals To Be On Their Guard

LONDON, 10 Sept – Fiji captain Akapusi Qera has warned England that they will be facing a team who “look after each other and would die for each other” when

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    OPINION: The Role Of The Commonwealth And The Secretary-General

OPINION: The Role Of The Commonwealth And The Secretary-General

The writer is a senior Caribbean diplomat, Senior Fellow at the Universities of London and Toronto and a candidate for the post of Commonwealth Secretary-General. This is Part Two of

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    75th Sedition Suspect In Court

75th Sedition Suspect In Court

A 75th person charged with sedition appeared at the Rakiraki Magistrates Court yesterday. Peceli Nayadra is charged with one count of sedition contrary to section 67 (1) (a) and one

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    Three Students Remembered Today

Three Students Remembered Today

The recent deaths of three young people in Suva, casts a dark shadow today over World Suicide Prevention Day. Today, stakeholders will get together to reiterate that suicide is preventable

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    FTUC Battles FICTU Over ERAB Move

FTUC Battles FICTU Over ERAB Move

The Fiji Trades Union Congress has objected to the Fiji Islands Council of Trade Unions’ fresh bid to join the Employment Relations Advisory Board (ERAB). This follows a statement released

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    Dead Before 21st Birthday

Dead Before 21st Birthday

Akanisi Lagakali’s dream to surprise her brother on his 21st birthday was shattered when he became the country’s latest road victim. Her brother, Simeli Rawaci, would have turned 21 next

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    Clan Head Supports Namosi Joint Venture

Clan Head Supports Namosi Joint Venture

Majority of Namosi landowners support the licence for exploratory drilling by the Namosi Joint Venture (NJV), says Daniele Vakatawabai, the head of the mataqali (clan) Nabukebuke at Namosi Village. He

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    Seven Years For Rape Of Boy

Seven Years For Rape Of Boy

An eighteen-year-old university student has been sentenced to seven years in jail for raping a nine-year-old boy. The High Court in Lautoka sentenced Ulaiasi Matagasau Tokatokavanua for raping the boy

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    Police Deployed To Search For Rakiraki Murder Suspect

Police Deployed To Search For Rakiraki Murder Suspect

A team of Police officers have been deployed to search for a suspect who is alleged to have murdered a student in Naria, Rakiraki, yesterday afternoon. Police spokesperson Ana Naisoro

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Minister Reddy Urges Fijians To Read

  Minister Reddy Urges Fijians To Read

A culture of thinking outside the box will only exist in Fiji if we have a culture of reading, said

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EDITORIAL: Breaking New Ground In Agriculture As A Way Forward

  EDITORIAL: Breaking New Ground In Agriculture As A Way Forward

The Agriculture Show at Syria Park, Nausori, intends to be a catalyst for continued growth of the sector, contributing to

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Letters To The Editor, September 10, 2015

  Letters To The Editor, September 10, 2015

English standards Dewan Chand, Suva I write to express my deep disappointment with teacher Unions, Fiji Principals Association and Fiji

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SPEECH: PM Launches Itaukei Version Of Climate Change Policy

  SPEECH: PM Launches Itaukei Version Of Climate Change Policy

Full text of PM Bainimarama’s address at the launching of the iTaukei version of the National Climate Change  Policy in

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Women, Children’s Needs In Response Plan

  Women, Children’s Needs In Response Plan

The needs of women and children in disaster response management will be better monitored under a new agreement. Signed yesterday,

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LTA Registers More Prius Hybrid Cars

  LTA Registers More Prius Hybrid Cars

More and more Fijians are buying environmentally-friendly vehicles like the Toyota Prius Hybrid Cars. This was revealed by the Land

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Road Users Urged To Be More Alert

  Road Users Urged To Be More Alert

Divisional Police Commander (DPC) North, Senior Superintendent of Police Shiri Bhawan Singh, is urging the public to be alert while

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Unsustainable Practices Causing Drop In Soil Quality

  Unsustainable Practices Causing Drop In Soil Quality

Fiji is losing approximately 50 tonnes of top soil per hectare per year as a result of unsustainable land use

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Vegetable, Fruit Shortage Up North

  Vegetable, Fruit Shortage Up North

The short supply of vegetables to markets in the Northern Division says, principal agricultural officer North, John Cox. Mr Cox

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New Farming Idea For Urban Farmers Banana Culture

  New Farming Idea For Urban Farmers Banana Culture

If you’re a farmer in the city and are short of space for farming, you need to go to the

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Kids Display Climate Change Impacts

  Kids Display Climate Change Impacts

Ratu Sukuna Park in Suva was a hive of activity on Tuesday as students from various schools portrayed climate change

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Honey From Mountains In Ra On Display

  Honey From Mountains In Ra On Display

Bee Farmer, Naleba Pokiti has travelled from the highlands to participate in the 2015 Central Division Agriculture Show being held

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RBF: Potential To Tap Into Agriculture

  RBF: Potential To Tap Into Agriculture

The Reserve Bank of Fiji believes agriculture is a potential market which needs to be tapped into. Advisor to the

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Search For New Base Continues

  Search For New Base Continues

The search for the new Fijian naval base continues. This was confirmed yesterday by the Acting Commander of the Republic

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Swastika Proves Bee Farming A Career For All

  Swastika Proves Bee Farming A Career For All

Twenty-eight year old, Swastika Sharma believes females have the ability to do more than sit in an office. Acting Agricultural

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Power Battle Raises Stakes

  Power Battle Raises Stakes

A power battle to control the finances and affairs of SODELPA is set to ignite the party’s annual general meeting this

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What Our PM Wrote To O’Neill

  What Our PM Wrote To O’Neill

Hon Peter O’Neill CMG MP Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea Office of the Prime Minister Port Moresby.   Dear

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We Cannot Be Bought On Climate Change, Pacific Island Leader Warns Tony Abbott

  We Cannot Be Bought On Climate Change,  Pacific Island Leader  Warns Tony Abbott

Several small island states could walk out on the Pacific Islands Forum if Australia and New Zealand force them to

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Here We Go Again, usa?

  Here We Go Again, usa?

The United States States Department – the people who run the fortress/embassy up in Tamavua – have made another travel

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Disaster Preparedness Alert

  Disaster Preparedness Alert

The Prime Minister, Voreqe Bainimarama, has launched the iTaukei translation of the National Climate Change Policy. The launch was at

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