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    Kumar Captures All

Kumar Captures All

Fiji Sun chief photojournalist, Ronald Kumar has captured it all – from murders to coups, funerals, natural disasters and celebrations. All from behind his camera lenses. He is also the

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    Peniloa Strives On

Peniloa Strives On

Luke Peniloa did not complete Class 6. But this has not stopped him from striving to be the best in what he does. Today, the 34-year-old is a Fiji Sun

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    Sharma’s Best Friend Is Work

Sharma’s Best Friend Is Work

From Tabia in Labasa to the bright city lights of Suva, Praneel Sharma made his work his “best friend.” That was 15 years ago when he was employed by the

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    Akbar Thrives On Challenges

Akbar Thrives On Challenges

Mohammed Akbar thrives on challenges. That’s what kept him going over the past 15 years as Fiji Sun’s head printer. He started as a printer and has worked his way

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    AG As Chief Guest At The Microsoft Initiative At USP

AG As Chief Guest At The Microsoft Initiative At USP

 

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    A Mentor And A Trainer To Budding Reporters

A Mentor And A Trainer To Budding Reporters

Leone Cabenatabua is Fiji Sun’s managing editor publications/sports. He has seen the tough earlier days and then the better days. The 46 year old started as a sports writer in

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    Jyoti Chand Grows With Fiji Sun

Jyoti Chand Grows With Fiji Sun

Fiji Sun’s accountant, Jyoti Chand was surprised to learn that her name was among nine other long-serving employees of the newspaper. This is probably because of her passion for her

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    Chand Works Way Up To Be A Senior Printer

Chand Works Way Up To Be A Senior Printer

Hirdesh Chand started work at the Fiji Sun as an inserter in 2006. Two years earlier he had just moved from Labasa to Suva  to further his education at what

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    Fiji Sun Boasts USP Graduates

Fiji Sun Boasts USP Graduates

At the Fiji Sun we employ more graduates from the University of the South Pacific (USP) and top Indian universities than any other Fijian newsroom. Amongst them is Maraia Vula,

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Indian Graduates At The Sun

  Indian Graduates At The Sun

We’re proud to confirm that as part of our continuing development programme we now have on our journalism staff three

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Fiji Sun Opens Doors Of Relationships

  Fiji Sun Opens  Doors Of  Relationships

Joining the Fiji Sun after the political upheaval in 2000 was a decision I will never regret. After 17 years

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New Challenges Keep Bola Going

  New  Challenges Keep Bola Going

Osea Bola is the familiar face you will find on the Fiji Sun sports pages every day. He joined the

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Fiji Sun Keeps Rising

  Fiji Sun Keeps Rising

Seventeen years old, saw the birth of the country’s third newspaper- The Fiji SUN. Due to the competitive business environment

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Rawaca Opts To Stay, Saracens Director Dissapointed

  Rawaca Opts To Stay, Saracens Director Dissapointed

The Saracens has confirmed that Fijian Olympian, Savenaca Rawaca will no longer be joining the club. In a statement, the

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Fiji School Health Policy Launched

  Fiji School Health Policy Launched

A policy that will pave the way for our children to get the best possible growth and development out of

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Phony Doctor Accused In Remand

  Phony Doctor Accused In Remand

A man who allegedly posed as a doctor has been further remanded by the Nasinu Magistrates Court. Seba Sitiano Bukanikoro,

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Pastor Guilty Of Rape: Assessors

  Pastor Guilty Of Rape: Assessors

A pastor on trial for the alleged rape of two church members has been found guilty by all three assessors.

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Judge Rules Next Month

  Judge Rules Next Month

High Court judge Justice Deepthi Amaratunga will deliver his ruling on October 28 on whether the acting Permanent Secretary Communications

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Bogus Police Accused Fronts Suva Court

  Bogus Police Accused Fronts Suva Court

A man who allegedly posed as a Police officer appeared yesterday in the Suva Magistrates Court. Binesh Pillay is charged

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11-Year-Old Boy Allegedly Commits Suicide

  11-Year-Old Boy Allegedly Commits  Suicide

A  11-year-old boy allegedly committed suicide, according the Fiji Police Force. Police spokesperson Ana Naisoro confirmed to the Fiji Sun

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Whistleblower Receives $22K From Tax Authority

  Whistleblower Receives $22K From Tax Authority

A 31-year-old female who tipped the Fiji Revenue and Customs Authority (FRCA) of a company that indulged in an unethical

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More Charges Face Mukesh Naidu

  More Charges Face  Mukesh Naidu

More charges face Mukesh Naidu in his second court appearance yesterday. When he first appeared before Magistrate Charles Ratakele at

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Rape of Student, Abominable, Gross Breach of Trust: Judge

  Rape of Student, Abominable, Gross Breach of Trust: Judge

The rape of a 13-year-old female student by a cook in a boarding school was a gross breach of trust,

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Fijian Team At Big Meet

  Fijian Team At Big Meet

  Fijian Government officials recently attended the annual plenary meeting of the Asia Pacific Group on Money Laundering (APG) and

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Kiwi Tourists Undergo Moderate Growth

  Kiwi Tourists Undergo Moderate Growth

Fiji’s tourism has been experiencing a moderate forecast growth in New Zealand recently. Moreso, the strong economic conditions within New

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Bali And Zika Challenge, Says Stoeckel

  Bali And Zika Challenge, Says Stoeckel

The tourism industry in Fiji had been challenged by two special external issues, Tourism Fiji’s chief executive said yesterday. Matthew

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Acting PM Joins In Celebration

  Acting PM Joins In Celebration

The Attorney-General and acting Prime Minister Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum has acknowledged China’s unwavering and consistent friendship with Fiji for the

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LTA: $1.3m Cost Of Speed Cameras

  LTA: $1.3m Cost Of Speed Cameras

  At least $1.3 million has been invested by the Land Transport Authority in the speed cameras which are being

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Tuinaceva Resigns As LTA CEO

  Tuinaceva Resigns As LTA CEO

The Land Transport Authority chief executive officer, Naisa Tuinaceva yesterday announced he will take an early retirement. He said using

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