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    Vodafone Flying Fijians Team Named For Pacific Nations Cup First Match

Vodafone Flying Fijians Team Named For Pacific Nations Cup First Match

Vodafone Flying Fijians Head Coach, John McKee has named an experienced and powerful line up for their first match against Tonga in the 2016 Pacific Nations Cup, at the ANZ

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    Considerations For A Month Of Reflection

Considerations For A Month Of Reflection

Aarif Rasheed is a mediator and barrister in Auckland, New Zealand. He is the director of JustCommunity, a professional advice and community concern firm. He is also the founding trustee

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    Letter Of The Week, 9th June 2016

Letter Of The Week, 9th June 2016

Our Letter of the Month winner is a self-described ‘island girl’ as well as being ‘passionate about animals and really wanting to help people understand more about animals’. For Vivien

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    Bula Vinaka And Welcome To Fiji, New Zealand Prime Minister John Key

Bula Vinaka And Welcome To Fiji, New Zealand Prime Minister John Key

We welcome New Zealand Prime Minister John Key to Fiji today. It has been long time coming, but he is here and that’s what matters the most. This is an

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    A Second Kava Chance for Key

A Second Kava Chance for Key

It will be interesting to see the reaction of NZ PM, John Key when he tries the Fijian kava today. In 2010 during a visit to Vanuatu, he made the

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    It’s Hard To Catch Fish In Polluted River’

It’s Hard To Catch Fish In Polluted River’

  For 32 years three villages and two settlements on the banks of Qawa River in Labasa had not caught fish and mussels, a public hearing was told yesterday. Vunivau

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    Outrigger’s Hopgood: Make Use Of Levy Paid For Training

Outrigger’s Hopgood: Make Use Of Levy Paid For Training

Employers have been urged to take advantage of the one per cent levy they pay to the Fiji National University’s National Training and Productivity Centre for training. Chairman of Coral

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    Call To Set Minimum Age For Kava  Drinking At 20 Years

Call To Set Minimum Age For Kava Drinking At 20 Years

  The minimum age for kava consumption should be 20 years, a public consultation was told yesterday. The suggestion came from the Qoliqoli Cokovata Management Committee (QCMC) chairman and Macuata

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    Barging Across Suva Harbour

Barging Across Suva Harbour

The Fiji Ship Owners and Agents Association has begun facilitating the cartage of import/export containers for Lami businesses using barges. This is in a bid to assist the Lami-based businesses

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Damodar Aims To Recreate A ‘Denarau’ In Suva

  Damodar Aims To Recreate A ‘Denarau’ In Suva

The Damodar Group, which has their investments mainly in property development, is now looking at integration in their new development

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Kava Trading Target of Bill, Says Cawaki

  Kava Trading Target of Bill, Says Cawaki

  A new Bill would ensure that the trading of kava was based on appropriate standards and procedures, a public

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Fijians Safe In Port Moresby

  Fijians Safe In Port Moresby

Fijians living in Port Moresby are safe as the city went on lockdown yesterday, the Fijian High Commission in Papua

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Hearing Told: Soliciting Prostitution Is Illegal

  Hearing Told:  Soliciting  Prostitution  Is Illegal

  The law will not spare anyone soliciting prostitution, says Solicitor-General Office Principal Legal Officer, Titilia Vakadewabuka. She made the

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Hong Kong Group Expresses Interest In Investing Here

  Hong Kong Group Expresses Interest In Investing Here

Investment Fiji recently met with a delegation from the Fiji Chamber of Commerce [Hong Kong] office to strengthen bilateral partnership

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I’m No Terrorist:Man In Cash Row

  I’m No Terrorist:Man In  Cash Row

A  Lautoka man claims he has been denied his Ramadan cash because he has been labelled a terrorist. Retired Lautoka

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Simple, Easy To Follow Weather Reports Sought

  Simple, Easy To Follow Weather Reports Sought

  People wanted to hear or read simple and easy to understand weather reports, a public hearing was told yesterday.

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Relief Supplies Have Increased

  Relief Supplies Have Increased

  There has been an increase in the relief supplies given to Fiji three months post Tropical Cyclone Winston. This

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Youths And Our Children Need Right Mindset, Says Minister Reddy

  Youths And Our Children Need  Right Mindset, Says Minister Reddy

  Youths and children need to have the right mindset to prevent them from being affected by contemporary issues, says

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Coral Coast Tourism Joins ‘Fight The Bite’ Campaign

  Coral Coast Tourism Joins ‘Fight The Bite’ Campaign

  Resort managers on Coral Coast have allied with the Ministry of Health, in the fight against mosquito-borne diseases, in

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‘Help For Homes’ Reaches Maritime People

  ‘Help For Homes’ Reaches  Maritime People

  The shipment of hardware items to assist Cyclone Winston victims in maritime communities started in Koro Island last weekend.

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Letters To The Editor, June 09, 2016

  Letters To The Editor, June 09, 2016

Counselling in schools Fergus Garrett, Vatuwaqa The following is a quote from the Ministry: “All teachers are to be given

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Nakelo Eager To Welcome Key

  Nakelo Eager To Welcome Key

The Vanua of Nakelo is eager to perform the traditional welcome ceremony for New Zealand Prime Minister John Key today.

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At Opposite Ends

  At Opposite Ends

There will be no love lost when the Ma’afu brothers face each other in the Vodafone Flying Fijians clash against

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Education Before Rugby: Bai To Young Players

  Education Before Rugby:  Bai To Young Players

Veteran Vodafone Flying Fijians first five eight Seremaia Bai reminded young athletes to put education first and treat rugby second

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Owens Admires Fijian rugby

  Owens Admires Fijian rugby

I’m always an admirer of the way Fijian plays rugby, says International referee Nigel Owens. The Welshman is here to

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Cavubati: We Need To Be Consistent

  Cavubati: We Need To Be Consistent

Vodafone Flying Fijians lock forward Tevita Cavubati believes they need to be consistent when playing in the 2016 Pacific Nations

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Radrodro To Make Move After PNC

  Radrodro To Make Move After PNC

Vodafone Flying Fijian No.8 Eremasi Radrodro is determined to make his mark in the international arena. “It’s a challenge for

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Rio Organisers Rule Out Zika Threat

  Rio Organisers Rule Out Zika Threat

Organisers for the Rio 2016 Olympics say, that athletes, officials, and tourists should feel safe when travelling to Brazil for

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Litia: My Parents Had A Hard Time

  Litia: My Parents Had A Hard Time

Litia Naiqato is fast becoming synonymous with Team Fijiana rugby team, with her menacing hits and her offloads often reminding

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