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    Heritage Workshop Begins

Heritage Workshop Begins

‘Fiji’s leadership role in this area is something other countries could learn from’   Fiji has been very active in protection and promotion of intangible cultural heritage. These were remarks

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    Husband Watches Helplessly As Strong Currents Take Wife

Husband Watches Helplessly As Strong Currents Take Wife

Rajendra Kumar watched helplessly as the love of his life, Mohini Lata, 48, was swept away by strong currents in a creek. The creek connects to the river near Waiyavi

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    Body Of Farmer Found After Police Search

Body Of Farmer Found After Police Search

The body of a 42-year-old farmer who went missing while trying to cross the Benai River yesterday was found at 1pm today. Police were at the scene. The body was

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    Keep a Watch on JBoy’s Tropical Vude

Keep a Watch on JBoy’s Tropical Vude

  Jeremaia Turganivalu better known by his stage name Jboy is one of the young and upcoming artists in the local DJ scene. At just 18, Jboy has been doing

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    Sammy Dares To Live On The Edge

Sammy Dares To Live On The Edge

Sammy Thomas Stephen’s love for music began during his late teen while listening to his uncle sing during their grog sessions. Sammy, 33, is a Samoan with maternal links to

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    The Day A Mum Lost Her Child

The Day A Mum Lost Her Child

The picture of her daughter on the front page of the Fiji Sun yesterday brought back memories of her tragic death for Vasemaca Nakasamai. Milika Cama,14, died during the height

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    Letters To The Editor, 21st February, 2017

Letters To The Editor, 21st February, 2017

Slow readers Kirti Patel, Lautoka Some schools are being told to take the initiative and guide slow readers. This is something that always has been and will be an issue

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    Trials, Adversities Help Us Grow Stronger And Become Better

Trials, Adversities Help Us Grow Stronger And Become Better

The loss of a loved one is one of the most difficult trials we can face in mortality. Yesterday we saw emotions flowing at Suva’s Albert Park pavilion as we

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    Trade Data Work will strengthen cooperation: Ali

Trade Data Work will strengthen cooperation: Ali

The delegation from Solomon Islands includes representatives from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and External Trade, Central Bank of Solomon Islands, and Ministry of Finance and Treasury   trade Data

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RBF Launches 2017 Student Diary

  RBF Launches 2017 Student Diary

The Reserve Bank of Fiji (RBF) launched the seventh edition of its student diary at PT Shreedhar Maharaj College in

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Fijian People Resilient, Says Aussie Minister

  Fijian People Resilient, Says Aussie Minister

The Multi-Faith National Service of Remembrance and Thanksgiving was not only an event to commemorate the death and destruction brought

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Trade Data Work Will Strengthen Cooperation: Ali

  Trade Data Work Will Strengthen Cooperation: Ali

Trade Data Peer Learning will strengthen cooperation, avail easier information sharing and also help in capacity building between Fiji and

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RBF launches 2017 Student Diary

  RBF launches 2017 Student Diary

The Reserve Bank of Fiji (RBF) launched the seventh edition of its student diary at PT Shreedhar Maharaj College in

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Survivor Didn’t Realise She Was Naked, Soaked

  Survivor Didn’t Realise She Was Naked, Soaked

  A 76-year-old woman yesterday described how she crawled naked to the mountain, Delai Dokidoki, in Koro Island. Karalaini Tumouta, said

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Wife Stayed with Her Dead Husband All Night

  Wife Stayed  with Her Dead  Husband All Night

She says she had given up hope too and wanted to die with him, Laite Voreqe of Vanuakula settlement in

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Sister Ignored Warning And Paid Ultimate Price

  Sister Ignored Warning And Paid Ultimate Price

A woman died as a result of defying warnings during Tropical Cyclone Winston. Her sister, Lisi Diseva, says she still

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Stars From The Marist 7s

  Stars From The Marist 7s

From its humble beginning way back in 1976, the Fiji Bitter sponsored- Marist 7s tournaments have become the breeding ground

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Kava: Hockey in the blood

  Kava: Hockey in the blood

  Tongan native Kyle Kava is keen to continue the family tradition of playing hockey for Fiji. Kava, 18, who

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We Win World Cricket League Opener

  We Win World Cricket League Opener

There were easy wins for Fiji and Samoa on day 1 of the 2017 ICC World Cricket League Qualifier –

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Let’s Play Smart, Says Coach

  Let’s Play Smart, Says Coach

  Fijian national hockey coach Hector Smith Senior reminded the players they should play smart and make the right decision.

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Losing Foster Parents Unbearable: Daughter

  Losing Foster Parents Unbearable: Daughter

A woman says losing her foster parents was like losing the whole world Wati Sakiti, 59, of Boitaci Village, Vanuabalavu, said

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Uluinakau for Marist 7s

  Uluinakau for Marist 7s

  The Uluinakau rugby 7s team are determined to take on whatever challenge that crosses their path during the 41st

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Step Up, Players Told

  Step Up, Players Told

  Vodafone Fijian 7s head coach Garreth Baber has urged senior players to step-up since experienced forward Jasa Veremalua won’t

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you said it
"I support it 200 percent, I am with FRU, the country and the people of Fiji. We want to bid to get one of the HSBC stops in Fiji."
Waisale Serevi
Sevens Legend
February 2017
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