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    Letters To The Editor, 29th April 2016

Letters To The Editor, 29th April 2016

Relief work rubbish John Davon, Sigatoka The Opposition Member calling out “rubbish” in Parliament – I wonder, if he was describing the Opposition! From my viewpoint that is exactly what

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    Back To The Barracks

Back To The Barracks

The Republic of the Fiji Military Forces  personnel who were seconded in the civil service have returned to the barracks. RFMF Chief of Staff, Colonel Litea Seruiratu said a directive

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    WAF Staff Stay Home

WAF Staff Stay Home

More than 400 staff of Water Authority of Fiji working at the headquarters in the Manohan Building in Nasinu have been asked to stay home from today as the Department

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    Plans To Host ADB  Meetings Here

Plans To Host ADB Meetings Here

Plans to host the Asian Development Bank meetings are underway. This was revealed by Attorney – General, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum in Parliament earlier this week. He said the move was welcomed

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    ANALYSIS: GCC’s Defining Moments

ANALYSIS: GCC’s Defining Moments

There were two defining moments for the Great Council of Chiefs. One was in 1987 in the first military coup led by Sitiveni Rabuka. Second was in 2000 in the

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    So Where Was PNG?

So Where Was PNG?

Here we have the Police Commissioners from Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG) countries in Suva working together on issues pertaining to their various jurisdictions. Attendees included our Police Commissioner Brigadier-General Sitiveni

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    Opposition Calls For GCC Reinstatement

Opposition Calls For GCC Reinstatement

The Opposition in Parliament has come out strongly for the reinstatement of the Great Council of Chiefs even if Government was not willing to support it. “If Government does not

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    PM’s Statement On The Great Council Of Chiefs

PM’s Statement On The Great Council Of Chiefs

The following is Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama’s ministerial statement in Parliament yesterday on the Great Council of Chiefs I rise to make a ministerial statement about the calls by the opposition

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    Youthnited Promises To Be More Than Just Fun And Dance

Youthnited Promises To Be More Than Just Fun And Dance

Organised by the Scripture Union Fiji, Youthnited is a platform where youths around the country can come and witness God’s active movement in the lives of other youths and leave

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$10.13 Million Paid Out To LICI Policy Holder; Highest ever

  $10.13 Million Paid Out To LICI Policy Holder; Highest ever

Life Insurance Corporation of India will pay out an all-time high bonus of $10.13 million amongst its Fijian policyholders. The

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Cane Growers Anticipate Drop In Sugar Production

  Cane Growers Anticipate Drop In Sugar Production

The Fiji Sugar Cane Growers Council is expecting around 1.2 to 1.4 million tonnes of sugar to be produced this

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Agency’s Hand To Assist Rural Agriculture Communities Recognised

  Agency’s Hand To Assist Rural Agriculture Communities Recognised

Efforts of the International Fund for Agricultural Development have been recognised by our Government for partnering up in the Fiji

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$80K Paid To 13 Injured Workers

  $80K Paid To 13 Injured Workers

More than $80,000 in compensation was paid out to 13 injured workers last month, Minister for Employment Semi Koroilavesau told

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Police Commissioners Meet

  Police Commissioners Meet

Police Commissioners from the Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG) countries yesterday attended a conference to discuss issues pertaining to their various

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Court To Make Ruling On $15m Drugs Pair Today

  Court To Make Ruling On $15m Drugs Pair Today

An Australian national and a Fijian man will face sentencing today after they were convicted for the discovery of $15

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A-G: Govt Don’t Have Sky Details

  A-G: Govt Don’t Have Sky Details

The condition of sale of Sky Pacific by Fiji Television to Digicel was tabled in Parliament on Wednesday. Attorney-General Aiyaz

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Boy, 6, Hit By Vehicle While Crossing

  Boy, 6, Hit By Vehicle While Crossing

A mother of a Year One student is in shock after her son was hit by a private vehicle at Naqere

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ANZ And Westpac In Papua New Guinea Rescue Loan Plan

  ANZ And Westpac In Papua New Guinea Rescue Loan Plan

The two Australian banking pillars that boast outposts in Papua New Guinea find themselves right in the middle of negotiations

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Student Hit By Bus In Navosa

  Student Hit By Bus In Navosa

A 14 year old student of Draiba, Navosa is admitted at the Sigatoka Hospital after being hit by a bus driven

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School Deputies Set The Pace For Students

  School Deputies Set The Pace For Students

The deputy headboy and deputy headgirl have set examples for their juniors during the Gospel High School passing-out parade yesterday.

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Colonel Seruiratu Commends Cadets

  Colonel Seruiratu  Commends Cadets

Gospel High School chief guest Republic of Fiji Military Forces (RFMF) chief-of-staff Colonel Litea Seruiratu yesterday commended the 483 cadets

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Shivneel Awarded Best Male Cadet

  Shivneel Awarded Best Male Cadet

Shivneel Sharma says he did not allow his disabilities to stop him from winning the 2016 Gospel High School Best

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Bridging Programme On Offer Soon

  Bridging Programme On Offer Soon

The Then India Sanmarga Ikya (TISI) Sangam College of Nursing will soon offer a bridging programme for interested members in

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Cadets Inspire Pride At Gospel High School

  Cadets Inspire Pride At Gospel High School

Gospel High School principal Daiana Nainoca said yesterday she was proud of the successful passing-out parade of the 475 students

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Colonel Seruiratu Commends Cadets

  Colonel Seruiratu  Commends Cadets

Gospel High School chief guest Republic of Fiji Military Forces (RFMF) chief-of-staff Colonel Litea Seruiratu yesterday commended the 483 cadets

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Committee for better utilisation of Land asks for increased term

  Committee for better utilisation of Land asks for increased term

  The Committee for Better Utilisation for Land (CBUL) is preparing a cabinet paper to propose to Government to extend

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Another promising Fijian Tourism Expo on track

  Another promising  Fijian Tourism Expo on track

International buyers and media will have the opportunity to meet and engage with the Fijian tourism industry in a way

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Shivneel Awarded Best Male Cadet

  Shivneel Awarded Best Male Cadet

Shivneel Sharma says he did not allow his disabilities to stop him from winning the 2016 Gospel High School Best

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Teacher suspended for putting student in freezer

  Teacher suspended for putting student in freezer

  A Tavua school teacher has been suspended for allegedly ordering a student to jump into a freezer to discipline

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