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    Two Charged For Breach Of False Information Act

Two Charged For Breach Of False Information Act

The Director of Public Prosecutions, Christopher Pryde, has approved charges against two individuals who allegedly breached the False Information Act 2016. The two, Saheem Ali and Eremase Bulivecena, have been

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    Kumar Hits 3 In Navua’s Win

Kumar Hits 3 In Navua’s Win

Navua’s Praneel Kumar sealed a crucial win for Navua as they thrashed Tailevu Naitasiri 4-1 in the Vodafone Senior League at the Fiji Football Association grounds yesterday. Coach Mohammed Shafil

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    DPP Appeals High Court Sentence For AUD$15m Cocaine Drug Case

DPP Appeals High Court Sentence For AUD$15m Cocaine Drug Case

The Director of Public Prosecutions,  Christopher Pryde, has decided to appeal the sentence imposed on the Australian national and Fijian man convicted in the recent AUD$15 million cocaine drug case.

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    First Win For Makoi

First Win For Makoi

  Makoi won the Muslim Inter-District Championships (IDC) for the first time after beating Nadi 2-1 at the University of the South Pacific (USP) grounds yesterday. Captain Shakir Ali dedicated

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    Finau Happy With Progress

Finau Happy With Progress

  Fiji National Rugby League (FNRL) operations manager Joe Finau said this year’s Vodafone Cup has shown a major improvement compared to last year. “I think compared to last year,

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    Telecom Fijiana Warriors Maintain Unbeaten Run

Telecom Fijiana Warriors Maintain Unbeaten Run

The Telecom Fijian Warriors defeated Uruguay 44-22 to remain unbeaten on their two-match tour yesterday. The team without the services of their captain Peni Ravai, displayed a gutsy performance and

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    Telecom Fijiana Eye Top Eight

Telecom Fijiana Eye Top Eight

  The Iliesa Tanivula-coached Telecom Fijiana 7s team aims to finish in the Top Eight in the final round of the 2015/2016 World Rugby Women’s Seven Series. The side departed

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    Gym Equipment For Our Reps

Gym Equipment For Our Reps

  Rugby sevens support group South Bay Davui, based in California, USA, reached and surpassed the targeted amount of $15,000 required to purchase gym equipments for the Vodafone Fijian 7s

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    Keeping Ball Crucial, Says Farina

Keeping Ball Crucial, Says Farina

  Possession and controlling the ball are two major areas that need to be improved for Vodafone Fijian Under-23 side if they intend to have a good outing at the

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More Work For Hayne

  More  Work  For  Hayne

Former National Rugby League (NRL) star and San Francisco 49ers, Jarryd Hayne, will need to work hard if he wants

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New Machine For Chemistry Lab

  New Machine For Chemistry Lab

The Fiji Police Force’s Chemistry Lab has recently procured a machine that is envisaged to strengthen its forensic chemistry capabilities.

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Violence Against Men Not Often Talked About

  Violence Against Men Not Often Talked About

This is an edited version of Nemani Delaibatiki’s My Say in the FBC TV programme, 4 The Record   The

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Vertical Restraints In Agreements

  Vertical Restraints In Agreements

This week’s article focuses on vertical restraints. It highlights the importance of conducts that are restricted under the Fiji Commerce

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Turtle Island Resort To Invest In More Solar Panels

  Turtle Island Resort To Invest In More Solar Panels

Turtle Island Resort in the Yasawa has revealed major plans of expanding their solar system in coming months. The resort

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Unbelievable

  Unbelievable

The Vodafone Fijian 7s team yesterday won the World Sevens Series for the second year in a row. And Coach

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Police Call On Your Support

  Police Call On Your Support

Police cannot work alone in solving crimes and community input is vital, says Police Commissioner Brigadier-General Sitiveni Qiliho. Brigadier-General Qiliho’s

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ANALYSIS: Definite Link Between Disasters, Politics

  ANALYSIS: Definite Link Between Disasters, Politics

Cyclone Winston may have long gone, but its impact will still be felt come 2018 – through the ballot box.

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Nine Contestants Vie For Carnival Title

  Nine Contestants Vie For Carnival Title

Nine beauties will be vying for the 2016 Vodafone Coral Coast Carnival crown in Sigatoka that opens this Saturday. The

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Beneficiaries Praise Govt’s Active Response

  Beneficiaries Praise Govt’s Active Response

  The Fijian Government’s active response to assist the families in rebuilding their lives have been commended by the beneficiaries

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God Comes First’ Approach At QVS

  God Comes First’ Approach At QVS

  Rebuilding Queen Victoria School in Tailevu has begun with Indonesian Defence Force engineers well underway rebuilding the school’s chapel.

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Two More To Appear For TC Winston FNPF Scheme Saga

  Two More To Appear For TC Winston FNPF Scheme Saga

Two men will be produced in the Suva Magistrates Court today with regards to the FNPF Cyclone Winston Scheme investigations.

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Fire Allegedly Deliberately Lit

  Fire Allegedly Deliberately Lit

A fire that has been ongoing at the Vunato rubbish dump in Lautoka since last Friday was allegedly deliberately lit.

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NOT The A-G

  NOT The A-G

Some of that long distance anti-lot have resorted to creating fake Facebook pages targeting the Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum. The Attorney-General

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Officer Dispels Fears Of Waters Being Unsafe

  Officer Dispels Fears Of Waters Being Unsafe

  A Ministry of Fisheries official has allayed fears of waters around Savusavu being unsafe from shark attacks. The Northern

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Destruction Of School Structures Reveals Poor Building Standards

  Destruction Of School Structures Reveals Poor Building Standards

  The Ministry of Education has revealed that some schools have used Government grants in the past to build cheap

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Focus On Student Centred Learning

  Focus On Student Centred Learning

  Teachers need to encourage students to think outside the box, says Education Minister Mahendra Reddy. “The future of our

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Letters To The Editor, 23rd May, 2016

  Letters To The Editor, 23rd May, 2016

Fiji and Australia Ashneel J Prasad, Auckland, NZ Tsk tsk, Aussie media can learn a lot from the game between

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