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    WHY Green?

WHY Green?

The jolly green trousers worn by the Vodafone Flying Fijians when they were officially welcomed at Hampton Court Palace  has stirred the hearts of many fans both here and abroad. The

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    Young Farmer Of Year Believes In Hard Work

Young Farmer Of Year Believes In Hard Work

Self motivation, hard work and perseverance brought Treasure Laverua great success at a young age. Mr Laverua was named the Best Young Farmer of the Year at the 2015 Central

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    Manufacturers Association Compliment Growth

Manufacturers Association Compliment Growth

The Fiji Manufacturers Association has acknowledged and complimented the Government for a strong economic performance in 2014. This follows the announcement the past week that GDP growth of 5.3 per

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    The Galley Launches New Menu, Website

The Galley Launches New Menu, Website

A homely relaxed feel while serving amazing food and deserts is what The Galley in Walu Bay aims to offer their customers. With the launching of the restaurant’s new menu and

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    BSP Group Provides $110k Sponsorship To HR Institute

BSP Group Provides $110k Sponsorship To HR Institute

The BSP Group has got together and provided $110,000 sponsorship to the Fiji Human Resources Institute. The group comprises of Bank South Pacific, BSP Life and BSP Finance. The sponsorship

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    Canecutter Haunted By Brutal Killing

Canecutter Haunted By Brutal Killing

Canecutter Jolame Maniata remembers the blood-curdling screams of 15-year-old Simran Sumita Singh as she was hacked to death on Thursday afternoon. It keeps him awake at night, with the memories

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    Be Tougher On Student Attackers: Principals

Be Tougher On Student Attackers: Principals

Lawmakers need to serve harsher penalties towards those who attack students, says the Fiji Principals Association (FPA). FPA president Anita Gounder made the statement after the alleged murder of a

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    Suicide! Act Now: PM

Suicide! Act Now: PM

Prime Minister  Voreqe Bainimarama says, “We need as a nation to act and act decisively to confront the national crisis of child and youth suicide and resolutely do something about

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    Students Promote Suicide Prevention

Students Promote Suicide Prevention

Students from schools in Suva and surrounding areas joined members of the public and staff of the Ministry of Health in the World Suicide Prevention Day celebration yesterday. The celebration

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My Best Son: Dead Police Officer’s Father Tells of Loss

  My Best Son: Dead Police Officer’s Father Tells of Loss

The road death toll continues unabated with the latest fatality claiming the life of a police officer. Police Constable Anjanesh

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‘Suicide Is A Tragedy’

  ‘Suicide Is A Tragedy’

Suicide is a tragedy, says the Minister for Health and Medical Services, Jone Usamate. “The impact on families, friends and

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Fijians Hit The Right Notes At First Welcome Ceremony

  Fijians Hit The Right Notes At First Welcome Ceremony

LONDON, 10 Sept – Fiji lived up to their billing as the great entertainers of world rugby, but this time

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Suicide Cases Concern Fiji Police Force

  Suicide Cases Concern Fiji Police Force

Suicide is one of the major concerns for Fiji Police Force. This was highlighted by Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP)

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Another Young Student Death

  Another Young Student Death

A community in Taveuni is in a state of shock after the body of a Year 12 female student was

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Kumar Wins Labasa Oratory Contest

  Kumar Wins Labasa Oratory Contest

Discrimination remains a thick barrier that must be shattered, says Manish Kumar, a Year 12 student of Shiri Guru Nanak

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EDITORIAL: Let’s Act To Stop This Unnecessary Loss Of Young Innocent Lives

  EDITORIAL: Let’s Act To Stop This Unnecessary Loss Of Young Innocent Lives

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama yesterday highlighted that child and youth suicide was a national crisis. We as a nation should

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Letters To The Editor, September 11, 2015

  Letters To The Editor, September 11, 2015

PM decision Keith Gregory, Lautoka The decision by PM Bainimirama not to attend the Pacific Islands Forum is the correct

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Vodafone Empowers Rakiraki Carnival

  Vodafone Empowers Rakiraki Carnival

Vodafone Fiji has thrown its support behind the revival of Rakiraki Carnival. The carnival is being revived after a lapse

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SPEECH: Suicide, Our National Issue

  SPEECH: Suicide, Our National Issue

This is the full text of the Prime Minister’s speech at the opening of the Fiji Principals Association conference in

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High Fire Boost for NFA

  High Fire Boost for NFA

The National Fire Authority (NFA) now has the ability to combat high rise building fires. This follows the handing over

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Levuka in Her Heart

  Levuka in Her Heart

Suliana Sandy spent over 30 years teaching in Levuka but insists her work at Fiji’s old capital is not finished.

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Kadavu Chiefs Back Conservation

  Kadavu Chiefs Back Conservation

District chiefs in Kadavu are taking conservation to another level. They have joined the Kadavu Yaubula Management Support Team (KMYST). 

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Food Bank Prepares Yasawa Against Disasters

  Food Bank Prepares Yasawa Against Disasters

The people of the Yasawa Group have a food bank that prepare, educate and supplies them with basic needs against

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SODELPA Rings In Sweeping Changes

  SODELPA Rings In Sweeping Changes

Ro Teimumu Kepa has lost her party leader role under sweeping changes to SODELPA’s constitution approved by party members yesterday.

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$5.2m for Namosi Projects This Year

  $5.2m for Namosi Projects This Year

Government has set aside $5.2m for development assistance in the province of Namosi this year. This is in addition to

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Ratu Naiqama Stands His Ground

  Ratu Naiqama Stands His Ground

SODELPA President, Ratu Naiqama Lalabalavu stood his ground yesterday. This followed several attempts by principal administrative officer, Mick Beddoes and

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‘I Wanted To Resign’

  ‘I Wanted To Resign’

SODELPA President, Ratu Naiqama Lalabalavu wanted to resign from politics after Sitiveni Rabuka was not accepted into the party during

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Usamate Leads Charge on Fitness

  Usamate Leads Charge on Fitness

Minister for Health and Medical Services, Jone Usamate led the way in the fight against non-communicable diseases on Tuesday. In

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Free Chow!

  Free Chow!

Doing things the old way still? So, SODELPA had a man going around telling people that free transport and free

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you said it
"I wouldn't want to miss this opportunity. I want to make sure that I am by her side when my first child is born."
Jasa Veremalua
Fiji Rugby 7s rep
September 2015
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