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    Vodafone Flying Fijians Team For Wallabies Test Named

Vodafone Flying Fijians Team For Wallabies Test Named

The Fiji Rugby Union has released the team list of the Vodafone Flying Fijians that will take on the Wallabies in Melbourne this Saturday. Coach, John McKee has named a

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    Swim With The Manta Ray And Dive With Bull Shark

Swim With The Manta Ray And Dive With Bull Shark

Last year Pacific Island Air and Manta Ray Island Resort successfully launched a Swim with the Manta Rays day trip package for tourists coming to our shores. There’s only few

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    Mystery Chests Contain World War II Mines

Mystery Chests Contain World War II Mines

Mystery chests found on the seabed off the Nataleira coast in Tailevu North, contain World War II American mines. This was confirmed by Navy Commander Captain (Navy)Humphrey Tawake. He said

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    Drug Cultivator Cops 12 Years Imprisonment

Drug Cultivator Cops 12 Years Imprisonment

A High Court in Suva judge sentenced a man to 12 years imprisonment for unlawful cultivation of illicit drugs. Acura Qaranivalu on January 3, 2012, at Vuravu Farm, Daku Village

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    Social Club Expenses Derived From Ministry Under Scrutiny

Social Club Expenses Derived From Ministry Under Scrutiny

A social club formed under the then Ministry for Finance in 2014 came under scrutiny before the Public Accounts Committee in Parliament yesterday. The issue was highlighted while the Permanent

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    Roy Krishna Saves Day For Fiji

Roy Krishna Saves Day For Fiji

Star striker Roy Krishna attacks for Fiji against New Caledonia yesterday. Krishna went in after halftime and saved the day for the Vodafone Fijian Football team. He headed home the

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    ACP Group Praises Fiji’s lead Role In UN Ocean Conference

ACP Group Praises Fiji’s lead Role In UN Ocean Conference

African Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP) has praised Fiji for its lead role in the UN Ocean Conference in New York. ACP’s secretary-general Doctor Patrick Gomes said yesterday:

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    Coconut Wireless, 08th June 2017

Coconut Wireless, 08th June 2017

MP’s behaviour under scrutiny A Member of Parliament is skating on thin ice and soon he could be exiting the august  House. Not that he wants to but he would

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    ‘Development Not At The Expense Of Environment’

‘Development Not At The Expense Of Environment’

No development in Fiji takes place unless it is environmentally sustainable, says Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama. “There is sometimes a price to pay in terms of short-term financial gain and

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Fiji Entertainers Wow Delegation

  Fiji Entertainers Wow Delegation

Heads of Pacific Island states and dignitaries were treated to a slice of Fiji entertainment on Tuesday night. Oceania Dance

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Conference A Ray Of Hope: Tong

  Conference A Ray Of Hope: Tong

The Ocean conference is not only timely but also a ray of hope to small island states. Former President of

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Sugar Industry Critical To The Economy: A-G

  Sugar Industry Critical To The Economy: A-G

Although the sugar industry presently contributes five percent to Fiji’s GDP (Gross Domestic Product), it has a lot more people

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Letters To The Editor, 8th June 2017

  Letters To The Editor, 8th June 2017

Pick up your game Maggie Davon,  Sigatoka It would be nice to be able to watch Channel 1 in the

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Being With Friends Matter More Than Winning: Janik

  Being With Friends Matter More Than Winning: Janik

While most bowlers will be vying to become the winner of the 2017 South Pacific Bowling Carnival, Australian bowler Jerry

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Sniper Vs Razor: Bring It

  Sniper Vs Razor: Bring It

Heated words were exchanged between junior ‘Razor’ Farzan Ali and Sebastian ‘Sniper’ Singh in Nadi yesterday. The duo will feature

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Vaivai Records Best Lift

  Vaivai Records Best Lift

Apolonia Vaivai lifted a massive career best total of 222kg to set alight the first weightlifting national trials to select

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Tonga PM Firm: No Games

  Tonga PM Firm: No Games

Tonga Prime Minister Akilisi Pōhiva is firm on his decision and that is to withdraw from hosting the 2019 Pacific

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Rain Affects Singles Comp

  Rain Affects Singles Comp

Bad weather affected the third day of the 2017 South Pacific Bowling Carnival singles competition at the Suva Bowling Club

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Take Care Of Bula Smiles, Students Told

  Take Care Of Bula Smiles, Students Told

Poor oral health at an early age can significantly affect school performance, social skills and self-esteem says divisional dental officer

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Fijians Stage Fightback

  Fijians Stage Fightback

What happened: Trailing by two goals after just 25 minutes, the Vodafone Fijian football team  fought back to draw 2-2

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Do Your Part

  Do Your Part

Every player, whether local or overseas based in the Vodafone Flying Fijians will need to play to the same standard

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Annie Learning From Best

  Annie Learning From Best

  The 2017 South Pacific Bowling Carnival has been a new experience for Annie Thaggard.  She took part in the

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Fiji International Flourishing On The Back Of Local Support

  Fiji International Flourishing On The Back Of Local Support

The Fiji International is a world-class golf tournament which sits on the schedules of three of the biggest golf tours

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‘World’s Friendliest’ Race Starts Today

  ‘World’s Friendliest’ Race Starts Today

Over 250 participants from all over the world will join the ever-growing representation of local athletes at the 5th Fijian

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Land Force Retain Bougainville

  Land Force Retain Bougainville

The Peni Waqa-captained Land Force Command (LFC) side retained the Bougainville Challenge Trophy after a 27-22 victory over MEL-sponsored Nadi

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Companies Charged Over Price Hikes: A-G

  Companies Charged Over Price Hikes: A-G

Thirty two companies have been charged, a few up to $50,000, with over pricing goods that had VAT lowered on

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Our Core Business Promoting Cane Production : Clark

  Our Core Business Promoting Cane Production : Clark

Fiji Sugar Corporation’s new core business is to promote the production of sugar cane. This was highlighted by the FSC

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Clark Pledges Rarawai Support

  Clark Pledges Rarawai Support

The Rarawai Mill was expected to crush around 750,000 tonnes of sugar cane this year, including the supplies coming from

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FHTA Election Candidates set

  FHTA Election Candidates set

Below are the nine candidates who have been nominated for the 52nd Annual General Meeting of the Fiji Hotel and

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