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    ‘Proud Of You  Old Boy’

‘Proud Of You Old Boy’

Chief’s centre Seta Tamanivalu is the latest Fijian to be named in the All Blacks squad for the three Steinlager Series Tests against Wales starting on June 11. Tamanivalu was

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    Sally Gearing Up For Rio

Sally Gearing Up For Rio

National table tennis rep, Sally Yee will be flying out to Australia on June 7 to prepare for the Rio Olympics in August. Yee will compete in the 2016 International

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    Final Push For Telecom Fijiana

Final Push For Telecom Fijiana

The Telecom Fijiana team finished second in their pool after beating France and Ireland in the Clermont-Ferrand 7s in France And the team will play Canada in the Cup quarterfinal

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    Record Turnout For Carnival

Record Turnout For Carnival

The 2016 South Pacific Bowling Carnival will prove tough this year with over 100 bowlers taking part on the first day of competitions at the Suva Bowling Club yesterday. Suva

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    Sullivan Wins Triathlon

Sullivan Wins Triathlon

David Sullivan won the Fijian International Triathlon long course event in Denarau, Nadi yesterday. The 49-year old from Sydney, Australia clocked four hours, 41 minutes and 17 seconds in the

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    Krishna Seals Win For Nadi

Krishna Seals Win For Nadi

The Rahul Krishna-captained Nadi side ended their 15-year winless jinx to capture the Super Premier title in the Vodafone Then India Valibar Sangam (TIV) Football Championship at Prince Charles Park,

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    Raise Your Voice Women,  Says Senibua

Raise Your Voice Women, Says Senibua

Women should raise their voice against domestic violence, said Atelaite Senibua “Domestic violence is neither a Government or non-government organisation responsibility. It’s everyone’s responsibility,” said the 20-year-old second year Law

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    Greater Hope In God: Operation Tucake Tale

Greater Hope In God: Operation Tucake Tale

While continuing relief efforts to affected villages after Cyclone Winston, Operation Tucake Tale gave reassurance that there was greater hope in God. “We encourage our people not only by giving

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    $1000 Fine For Overloaded Trucks Trying To Cross: Nath

$1000 Fine For Overloaded Trucks Trying To Cross: Nath

Vehicles over 18 tonnes attempting to cross the damaged Tamavua-i-Wai Bridge will be fined $1000 or will be detained. This was confirmed by the assistant Minister for Infrastructure and Transport

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131 Police Recruits

  131 Police Recruits

Around 131 new Police recruits will be marching into the camp from June 12. The new recruits will be in

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Rival Groups Throw TISI Sangam Into A Turmoil

  Rival Groups Throw TISI Sangam Into A Turmoil

The Then India Sanmarga Ikya Sangam (TISI Sangam) plunged into turmoil yesterday as two rival groups dug deep in their

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Coconut Wireless, 30th May 2016

  Coconut Wireless, 30th  May  2016

Plane connections in the island air So whatever happened to those men of magnificent flying machine dreams who planned to launch

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Troops Start Pull Out Thursday

  Troops Start Pull Out Thursday

Fijian peacekeepers in Sinai will start coming home from this Thursday. “We expect troop movements from June 02 under the

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Four Drivers Of 2 Crashes In Hospital

  Four Drivers Of 2 Crashes In Hospital

Two separate clashes near Sigatoka on the Queens Highway landed the drivers of four vehicles along with the passengers in

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Taxi Driver Applauded For Crime Detection

  Taxi Driver Applauded For Crime Detection

The actions of taxi driver who assisted Police officers detect a crime in the early hours of Friday morning has

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PAFCO Starts Production Two Months Post Winston

  PAFCO Starts Production Two Months Post Winston

Levuka-based PAFCO has restarted normal production and has increased to 80 tonnes per day. Pacific Fishing Company Limited (PAFCO) chairman,

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Vertical Restraints In Agreements

  Vertical Restraints In Agreements

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

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PM To Attend ACP Meet

  PM To Attend ACP Meet

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama will be attending the 8th African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP) meeting in Port

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Husband Told Wife He Was About To Die

  Husband Told Wife He Was About To Die

Street vendor Lamuel Dass told his wife Praveen Lata a week ago that he was about to die. Last Friday

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Govt Moving Sugar New Way

  Govt Moving Sugar New Way

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama has called on local sugar industry critics to come up with their own viable solutions to

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Reservations Manager Killed In Car Crash

  Reservations  Manager Killed In Car Crash

A 46-year-old reservations manager with South Seas Cruises, who was killed in a road crash, was described by her brother

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The Englishman And His Superb 7s Team

  The Englishman And His Superb 7s Team

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

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Only 5 Houses Fit For Living After Swells

  Only 5 Houses Fit For Living After Swells

Only five houses out of the 18 at Tabuya Village in Kadavu are fit for living after sea swells last

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Khan; Right Man For Pine’s Remarkable Turnaround

  Khan; Right Man For Pine’s Remarkable Turnaround

Faiz Khan, the executive chairman of Fiji Pine Group of Companies, has proven once again why he is the right

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Letters To The Editor, 30th May 2016

  Letters To The Editor, 30th May  2016

‘Fight the Bite’ follow up Josaia Rayawa, Savusavu The launch of the ‘Fight the Bite’ campaign is all a great

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Growing Sugar For Sustainable Future

  Growing Sugar For Sustainable Future

The following is Prime Minister  Voreqe Bainimarama’s address delivered on his behalf to the International Sugar Organisation 49th Council meeting

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