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    TSUNAMI ADVISORY FOR FIJI

TSUNAMI ADVISORY FOR FIJI

There is a Tsunami advisory circulated by the Mineral Resources Seismology Department. An earthquake has occurred with verified parameters and with a magnitude of 8.3 depth, 10 kilometers off the coast

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    EDITORIAL: Watch Out For The Wolves In Sheep’s Clothing

EDITORIAL: Watch Out For The Wolves In Sheep’s Clothing

The idea of a Christian state is based on a misguided premise. There is no biblical basis to support the whole notion of a Christian state. Even if its proponents

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    Letters To The Editor, September 17, 2015

Letters To The Editor, September 17, 2015

SODELPA Leaders Amenatave Yaconisau, Delainavesi I refer to the recent SODELPA management board’s decision  to replace the Leader of the Opposition by July 2016. I believe any political party in

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    OPINION: Canberra, The Coup Capital

OPINION: Canberra, The Coup Capital

On the finest Spring evening, the people of Australia went to bed with one prime minister; they woke up with another. Malcolm Turnbull had ousted Tony Abbott in a late

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    Kai Gets 15 Years

Kai Gets 15 Years

A 34-year-old Australian citizen was sentenced by High Court in Lautoka to 15 years imprisonment yesterday. Ethan Kai was charged and found guilty of one count of   unlawful importation of

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    Sedition Case Motions Filed

Sedition Case Motions Filed

Motions were filed by the lawyers for 16 people charged with sedition related-charges who appeared at the High Court in Lautoka yesterday. The 16 accused persons are Ratu Inoke Tasere,

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    Police Hunt For Twin-cab, driver

Police Hunt For Twin-cab, driver

Police in Labasa are looking for the driver of a black twin cab that hit two vehicles at Delailabasa early yesterday morning. The accident caused a big traffic jam along

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    Double Efforts For Women MPs: Luveni

Double Efforts For Women MPs: Luveni

We need to redouble our efforts to realize gender equality and empowerment of women in Parliament, says Speaker to Parliament Dr Jiko Luveni. She said the current Parliament had seen

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    $20m paid to civil society groups in Fiji

$20m paid to civil society groups in Fiji

The European Union has provided $FJ20million to civil society organisations in Fiji during the last five years. The head of the European Union Delegation to the Pacific, Andrew Jacobs, said

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Maritime Agreement Signed

  Maritime Agreement Signed

An agreement to define the maritime boundaries between Fiji, Tuvalu and France was signed in Suva yesterday. Fiji’s Roving Ambassador

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El Nino Expected To Be Strong

  El Nino Expected To Be Strong

El Nino is expected to become of the strongest towards the end of the year, according to the Nadraki Weather.

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Dry Spell Worsens

  Dry Spell Worsens

The continuous dry spell has drastically affected farmers in Nadi resulting in the deaths of livestock and shortage of supply

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RFMF Wins Boxing

  RFMF Wins Boxing

Republic of the Fiji Military Forces won the 2015 ANZ Ratu Sukuna Bowl boxing tournament at the FMF Gymnasium last

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Only One Level Three Coach In Fiji

  Only One Level Three Coach In Fiji

Fiji only has one Level Three accredited coach. This was confirmed to SUNsports by World Rugby Oceania Training Co-ordinator Talemo

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McKee Announces Strong Line-Up

  McKee Announces Strong Line-Up

Flying Fijians head coach John McKee believes they are ready to move into the competition following the team announcement yesterday.

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Signalised Crossings For Labasa

  Signalised Crossings For Labasa

Long queues and jay walking has prompted the Fiji Roads Authority to relook at the signalised crossings in Labasa. This

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Our Boys Train To Twickenham’s Noise

  Our Boys Train To Twickenham’s Noise

The Vodafone Flying Fijians has prepared for the atmosphere at Twickenham in the World Cup opener on Saturday morning by

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Lutui Puts Career Switch On Hold

  Lutui Puts Career Switch On Hold

Well-travelled hooker will appear in third Rugby World Cup after a surprise call-up delays his move into coaching in the

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‘Waste Management Critical’

  ‘Waste Management Critical’

Assistant Minister for Local Government, Housing and Environment Lorna Eden says waste management is a significant management process that is

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Rauqeuqe And Waikoula Departs

  Rauqeuqe And Waikoula Departs

Thirteen-year-old Manueli Rauqeuqe left the country for London yesterday. “This is of great boost to me travelling for the first

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Japanese Tourists To Flow In Soon

  Japanese Tourists To Flow In Soon

The number of Japanese tourists coming to Fiji has declined since 2000 partly due to three reasons says Ambassador of

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Wales Team Happy To Be Written Off

  Wales Team Happy To Be Written Off

Wales head coach Warren Gatland has called on the media to keep writing off his side before the World Cup

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Beddoes In Hot Water

  Beddoes In Hot Water

Mick Beddoes faces disciplinary action for his public outburst against SODELPA’s special general meeting last Thursday and its officials. The

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Ministry Opens New Labasa Office

  Ministry Opens New Labasa Office

Government makes sure that every Fijian gets good service experience and the interactions should be pleasant, professional and effective, says

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New SPC Director

  New SPC Director

Sylvie Goyet has been appointed director of the newly-created position of director of Environmental Sustainability and Climate Change in the

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Security Tight Despite Sports

  Security Tight Despite Sports

People have been warned not try to break the law during the rest of the Ratu Sukuna Bowl competition. Police

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Peacekeeper Still In Hospital

  Peacekeeper Still In Hospital

Fijian peacekeeper Private Kiniviliame Cabemailau is still admitted at an undisclosed Israeli hospital. Private Cabemailau was shot in the abdomen

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WAF Pumps Up Pipe Work

  WAF Pumps Up Pipe Work

The Water Authority of Fiji is working on replacing old pipes to prevent water bursts around the country. The WAF

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Lady Driver

  Lady Driver

She has been spotted driving an official credit union vehicle. But the lady is neither an employee nor an official.

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