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    Ministry Plans To License Fish  Vendors

Ministry Plans To License Fish Vendors

Minister believes this will help them to crack down  on illegal fishing The Ministry of Fisheries believes that the licensing of fish vendors will help them crack down on illegal

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    Rosie Scores  Big ‘Fiji First’

Rosie Scores Big ‘Fiji First’

Nadi-based travel company, Rosie Holidays, continues to make its mark in what will be another “Fiji first” with the arrival of the largest incentive group from China this week. From

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    Rabuka Wishes Ro Teimumu  Does Not Retire From Politics

Rabuka Wishes Ro Teimumu Does Not Retire From Politics

Ro Teimumu Kepa still has a lot to contribute to SODELPA, says party leader Sitiveni Rabuka. He was commenting after Ro Teimumu, the Leader of the Opposition, confirmed yesterday she

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    3000 Plus Vote  For Student Reps

3000 Plus Vote For Student Reps

More than 3000 students of the Fiji National University voted during the student association elections yesterday. The polls were held at the four campuses namely Pasifika Campus, School of Nursing

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    Government Increases Final Cane Payment For Farmers To $2.10

Government Increases Final Cane Payment For Farmers To $2.10

The Sugar Industry Tribunal has announced an increase in the final cane payment for 2015 crop from $0.72 to $2.10 per tonne of cane. The payment which will be distributed

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    Taiwan Guava To Be Grown As Commercial Crop Here

Taiwan Guava To Be Grown As Commercial Crop Here

The Ministry of Agriculture, in collaboration with Taiwan Technical Mission, have taken a bold step in trying to introduce a new breed of Taiwan Guava as a commercial crop in

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    FEA In Process Of Calling For Tenders For Steel Lattice Tower

FEA In Process Of Calling For Tenders For Steel Lattice Tower

The Fiji Electricity Authority is in the process of calling for tenders for the construction of its permanent steel lattice towers which were damaged during Cyclone Winston. FEA chief executive,

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    Whites Brush Away Tongan Challenge

Whites Brush Away Tongan Challenge

Fijian Whites edged out Tonga 3-1 in their first game of the Oceania Zonal and World Qualifying Championships at the Vodafone Arena, Suva yesterday. The Fijian men dominated the first

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    From The ‘Ghetto’ To  The Volleyball Court

From The ‘Ghetto’ To The Volleyball Court

Representing his country has always been a dream for Sakiusa Naivana. He played for the Fijian Whites against Tonga in the Oceania World Qualifying/ Zonal Championships at the Vodafone Arena,

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Young Blues Outshine Cooks

  Young Blues Outshine Cooks

The young Fijian Blues (women) side were too strong for Cook Islands in the Oceania Zonal Volleyball Championship at the

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Who’s Our New 7s Coach?

  Who’s Our New 7s Coach?

The announcement of the new Vodafone Fijian 7s head coach is going to be done before the end of the

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Alitia: This Is For My Mum

  Alitia: This Is For My Mum

It was a race Alitia Naobahali had only wished that her mum was there at the finishing line cheering her

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Police Opt For Underdog Tag

  Police Opt For Underdog Tag

The official launch of the 2016 ANZ Ratu Sukuna Bowl tournament takes place this morning at the Queen Elizabeth Barracks

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Labasa Keep Low Profile

  Labasa Keep Low Profile

The Babasiga Lions team are hoping to get players currently camping with the Vodafone national team for their crucial clash

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NRL Legends Here To Scout Talents

  NRL Legends Here To Scout Talents

NRL legends Andrew Johns and Brad Fittler arrived into the country yesterday. They were accompanied by Danny Buderus and Joel

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Back To Basics, Says Manager

  Back To Basics, Says Manager

The Vodafone Fijians extended 7s squad are looking to get the mojo going and kick start preparations for the upcoming

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Cricket Revival Lifts Islanders

  Cricket Revival Lifts Islanders

Vanuabalavu was one of the worst hit islands when Tropical Cyclone Winston struck the country early this year. But what

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Heartbroken Brother Weeps For Sister Who Died From Burns

  Heartbroken Brother Weeps For Sister  Who Died  From Burns

‘I can’t really explain how much I will miss Pau’. Heartbroken Netava Rokotagi wept openly for his sister yesterday as

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Letters To The Editor 26th October 2016

  Letters To The Editor 26th October 2016

FBC Programme Susana Tuisawau, Suva Firstly, I wish to express the fact that I follow Nemani Bainivalu’s programme on FBC

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A-G Hails Hard Work Of Our Girmitiyas

  A-G Hails Hard Work Of Our Girmitiyas

Our Girmitiyas will always be valued for their hard work to make our lives better, says Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum. And coming

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Namuka Cricketers Return After 3 Years

  Namuka Cricketers Return After 3 Years

After a lapse of three years, the Namuka team, all the way from Lau, have once again returned to the

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Koro Islanders To Be Engaged For NZ RSE Work Scheme

  Koro Islanders To Be Engaged For NZ RSE Work Scheme

Ten workers from Koro Island on Monday received their pre-departure orientation and Life Skills Training certificates from the Minister for

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Police Commissioner Qiliho Attends Court To Assess Police Investigations

  Police Commissioner Qiliho Attends Court To Assess Police Investigations

Too early to make comments on Pacific Habour  inquiry into brutality Police Commissioner Brigadier-General Sitiveni Qiliho has taken a fresh

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MARITIME INDUSTRY IMPORTANT TO FIJI

  MARITIME INDUSTRY IMPORTANT TO FIJI

The Maritime Industry plays an integral part in Fiji’s building initiatives. Speaking at the opening of the World Maritime Day

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Fijian Crew To Bring New Vessel

  Fijian Crew To Bring New Vessel

Fijian crew under the command of local ship captain Inoke Ratotodro, from Koro, Lomaiviti will bring the new Goundar Shipping

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O’Connor Stresses Handwashing Habit

  O’Connor Stresses Handwashing Habit

The important work of hygiene promotion should not end after the Handwashing Day yesterday, Alex O’Connor said The Assistant Minister

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Cikamatana’s Golden Lift In Penang

  Cikamatana’s Golden Lift In Penang

Seventeen-year-old, Eileen Cikamatana has created history at the IWF World Youth Championship in Penang, Malaysia yesterday. She won gold in

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Former Divisional Crime Officer Claims Innocence

  Former Divisional Crime Officer Claims Innocence

Former Divisional Crime Officer Manasa Talala yesterday remained firm that he did not know how one of the two robbery

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Fiji WIMA To Promote Education For Women

  Fiji WIMA To Promote Education For Women

  The Women in Maritime Association (Fiji) (WIMA) president Patricia Ho had promised that they would promote education, training, and

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