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    Korean Investors Ready To Pump In $826.52 Million Into The Manufacturing Of Woodpellet

Korean Investors Ready To Pump In $826.52 Million Into The Manufacturing Of Woodpellet

    A wood pellet company, with an investment of $USD 400million or (FJ$826.52m) being pumped in by Korean investors was expected to bring in around $FJD100 million in annual export

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    BSP Provides Financial Solution For Navunisareki Logging Company

BSP Provides Financial Solution For Navunisareki Logging Company

Navunisareki Logging Company was one of the companies which received financing from Bank South Pacific during the bank’s roadshow currently underway in Suva and Lautoka. The company’s director, Ratu Semisi

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    Fiji Airways Self Check-In Kiosks Now At Melbourne Airport

Fiji Airways Self Check-In Kiosks Now At Melbourne Airport

Airline continues to roll out service enhancements as part of growth strategy and product enhancement Fiji Airways, Fiji’s National Airline, has introduced new self check-in kiosks at the Fiji Airways’

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    Nausori Runway Remedial Sealant Works Resumes

Nausori Runway Remedial Sealant Works Resumes

Airports Fiji Limited has confirmed that remedial sealant works on Nausori International Airport runway resumed last week. AFL’s contractor, Supersealing from Australia, has been carrying out works at night under

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    FSC Confident Of No Standover Cane In Macuata Province After Mill Termination: Christopher

FSC Confident Of No Standover Cane In Macuata Province After Mill Termination: Christopher

  There will be no possibility of standover sugarcane in Macuata Province says Fiji Sugar Corporation Labasa mill general manager, Karia Christopher. Mr Christopher said farmers and gangs are aware

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    Deo Hoists Mervin Low Trophy

Deo Hoists Mervin Low Trophy

Manish Deo won the Mervin Low Memorial Trophy golf tournament at the Fiji Golf Club in Vatuwaqa, Suva last Saturday. The one-day tourney was played over 18 holes, which Deo

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    CMFI 7s Set To Start On Thursday

CMFI 7s Set To Start On Thursday

For the first time two tiers will be featured in the Christian Mission Fellowship International (CMFI) Macuata Region Rugby 7s tournament. The three-day tournament starts on Thursday at Subrail Park,

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    Fijian Blues Scared Us, says NZ Coach

Fijian Blues Scared Us, says NZ Coach

The New Zealand men’s volleyball team recorded their first win at the Oceania Zonal Championship when they edged out Fijian Blues 3-2 at the Vodafone Arena, Suva yesterday. The Blues,

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    Seniloli Calls For Support

Seniloli Calls For Support

Fijian women’s volleyball captain Anaseini Seniloli believes the Oceania Zonal Championship will assist in their preparation for the World Cup qualifiers Phase 2 next year. The host side started the

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Time To Renew Links: Dr Mitchell

  Time To Renew Links: Dr Mitchell

Sport symbolises a beginning of something, a dream to an individual and to a team. It also has an end

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Vonu, FSC Top Yasawa Meet

  Vonu, FSC Top Yasawa Meet

The first ever Turtle Island Rugby and Mixed Volleyball Championship was hailed a success last Saturday. This first tournament organised

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McGowan Murder Case: First And Second Witness Take Stand

  McGowan Murder Case: First And Second Witness Take Stand

A doctor is expected to give his evidence later today The first prosecution witness in the case of the alleged

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Let’s Be Prepared For New Cyclone Season Which Starts On November 1

  Let’s Be Prepared For New Cyclone Season Which Starts On November 1

The tropical cyclone season begins on November 1, only eight days away. It ends on April 30, 2017. According to

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Magistrate George Gives More Time In Radrodro Case

  Magistrate George Gives More Time In Radrodro Case

The prosecution was told that defence had not filed the submissions for no case to answer Magistrate Waleen George has

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Labourer Found Dead in Creek

  Labourer Found  Dead in Creek

Margaret , a student, was crossing the area shortly afterwards and saw the deceased lying in the creek   A

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Teen Fronts Court For Alleged Robbery

  Teen Fronts Court For Alleged Robbery

A 19-year-old appeared at the Nasinu Magistrate Court yesterday charged with robbery. The matter was called before Magistrate Charles Ratakele

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Tabaiwalu In Court For Alleged Drink-Driving

  Tabaiwalu In Court For Alleged Drink-Driving

Former Social Democratic Liberal Party general secretary Pio Tabaiwalu yesterday appeared in court charged with allegedly drinking and driving. The

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Iraqi Leader Praises Fijian UN Peackeepers

  Iraqi Leader Praises Fijian UN Peackeepers

Fiji’s contribution to peacekeeping duties in Iraq has been commended by Iraq’s head of State following a meeting with our

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Key: Fiji’s Ties With Russia ‘Not Unreasonable’

  Key: Fiji’s Ties With Russia ‘Not Unreasonable’

New Zealand’s Prime Minister John Key says he’s not concerned about Fiji forging stronger ties with Russia. Before the Prime

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President Meets Our Troops In Iraq

  President Meets Our Troops In Iraq

President Major-General (Ret’d) Jioji Konrote yesterday visited Fijian troops in Iraq. Mr Konrote visited the Fijian peacekeeping troops serving under

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Woman Not Surprised About Nephew’s Heroic Act In London

  Woman Not Surprised About Nephew’s Heroic Act In London

Sale Tuinasakea Soko says she is not surprised about her nephew’s heroic act after he saved a man from leaping

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Students Take Part In Japanese Programme

  Students Take Part In Japanese Programme

Promotes global understanding of Japan’s diverse culture, politics and diplomatic relations A group of students from the University of the

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MHCC Awards Winners Of Diwali Wear Competition

  MHCC Awards Winners Of Diwali Wear Competition

The MHCC Diwali wear competition was a big hit. MHCC Complex administration officer, Nitisha Chand said this year they had

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Government Wins Patent Case In China

  Government Wins Patent Case In China

Applied  in 2012 to register three trademarks in China – they were “FIJI PURE MAHOGANY”, “FIJI PURE” and FPM” at

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We Are Prepared, Says Tuifagalele

  We Are Prepared, Says Tuifagalele

  Fiji is prepared if another cyclone hits, says the director of National Disaster Management Office (NDMO), Akapusi Tuifagalele. The

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TFL,USP Memorandum Of Understanding To Benefit Students

  TFL,USP Memorandum Of Understanding To Benefit Students

The University of the South Pacific (USP) and Telecom Fiji Limited (TFL) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). This was

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Yacata Villagers Pleading For Housing Assistance

  Yacata Villagers Pleading For Housing Assistance

The people of Yacata Island are pleading with Government to speed-up the housing assistance scheme process as most of them

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Home Destroyed Second Time

  Home Destroyed Second Time

It was just this year the family fully restored their house after the first calamity Mohammed Irshad yesterday stood under

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COUNCIL PLANS CHURCH WATCH

  COUNCIL PLANS CHURCH WATCH

  The Fiji Council of Churches (FCC) plans to liaise and work with Government to vet new Christian churches. This

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