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    Opinion: Climate Consciousness Through Poetry

Opinion: Climate Consciousness Through Poetry

Satendra Nandan’s fourth book of essays, Dispatches From Distant Shores, and sixth volume of poems ,Across the Seven Seas, were launched in Fiji in March this year. When I was

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    Opinion: Will NFP’s Acceptance of Tikoduadua Hurt Party?

Opinion: Will NFP’s Acceptance of Tikoduadua Hurt Party?

The National Federation Party’s (NFP) decision to accept Pio Tikoduadua could backfire. Already rumblings are being heard that traditional and diehard party loyalists are asking about the wisdom in accepting

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    Opinion: One Week of Holidays To Go Do You Know Where Your Kids Are?

Opinion: One Week of Holidays To Go Do You Know Where Your Kids Are?

We are a week into the second term school holidays and the number of children left to their own devices, playing on roadsides, in creeks is astounding. This is ridiculous

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    Opinion: Bainimarama – The People’s Choice So Far

Opinion: Bainimarama – The People’s Choice So Far

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama surely is a popular man and the leading candidate, by far, to continue leading Fiji over the next four years after next year’s elections. In the

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    Letters to the Editor, 21.8.17

Letters to the Editor, 21.8.17

Moral and holistic education Rajeev Sharma, Canberra The spokesperson for the Methodist Church in Fiji is quoted as saying that appointing Methodist heads of institutions in church-run schools in Fiji

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    Niulevu Seals Win For Nadi

Niulevu Seals Win For Nadi

JK Builders Nadi’s Sairusi Niulevu saved the day when he scored in the last minute to seal their win against Lautoka in the final of the RC Manubhai/Apco Veteran International

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    Suva Thump Rakiraki

Suva Thump Rakiraki

Rakiraki let an early lead slip by to let Suva back into the game and win 5-1 in their Vodafone Premier League clash at the FSC grounds yesterday. Discipline and

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    Race A Hit: Hanif

Race A Hit: Hanif

Fourty-two participants took part in the second quarter mile Pacific Energy Shell Lubricant drag race at the Nanuku Airstrip in Pacific Harbour yesterday. Fiji Car Club president Raizal Hanif said

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    First Win For Ah Sam

First Win For Ah Sam

It was an overwhelming moment for 73-year-old Lawrence Ah Sam after he won in the second quarter-mile Pacific Energy Shell Lubricant Drag Race for the first time. He clocked a

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‘Ace’ Caddy Shannon

  ‘Ace’ Caddy Shannon

Shannon Aistrope, better known as ‘Ace’, was one of the happiest men at the Natadola Bay Championship Golf Course. A

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Singh Prefers October Date

  Singh Prefers October Date

Fiji’s renowned son, golfer Vijay Singh said he could probably entice more big name players to come and play at

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I’m Hitting Ball Really Good: Lee

  I’m Hitting Ball Really Good: Lee

Sam Lee shot one under par 71 in the final round of the 2017 Fiji International yesterday. He finished with

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‘Unbelievable’

  ‘Unbelievable’

South Australian Jason Norris’ life changed with a drop of a putt as he won the Fiji International at the

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Cultivator dedicates win to all farmers

  Cultivator dedicates win to all farmers

  The 2017 Vodafone Hibiscus Kings crown winner Beniyamino Vakadranu on Saturday night dedicated his win to all the farmers

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Miss Hibiscus: I Thought They Called Wrong Name

  Miss Hibiscus: I Thought They Called Wrong Name

  2017 Miss Vodafone Hibiscus Queen Candace Veramu was not expecting to win the top crown and was shocked when

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Contestants Told To Lead By Example: Lal

  Contestants Told To Lead By Example: Lal

  Contestants of the Vodafone Festival of the Friendly North have been urged by Vodafone Fiji Broadband Services manager Keshwin

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The Fear Of The Lord Is Beginning Of Knowledge: Draunibaka

  The Fear Of The Lord Is Beginning Of Knowledge: Draunibaka

  The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge, said Vodafone Festival of the Friendly North Mr Pioneer

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A-G Talks Budget with Vilalevu Farmers

  A-G Talks Budget with Vilalevu Farmers

Sigatoka River community learn more about issues concerning national budget. Acting Prime Minister and Attorney General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum, on Saturday,

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EDITORIAL: Civil service reforms needed to lift productivity, efficiency

  EDITORIAL: Civil service reforms needed to lift productivity, efficiency

Here’s an example why the Government’s civil service reforms are crucial. Misleading people and giving wrong information about the Tertiary

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Latte Smackdown for Barista

  Latte Smackdown for Barista

The Fiji Barista of the Year competion will introduce the ‘Latte Smackdown’ as part of its competition this year in

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Sigatoka Electric recognise hardworking employees

  Sigatoka Electric recognise hardworking employees

Sigatoka Electric Limited amongst the electrical contractors in the country acts as a distributor and supplier for a number of

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Fijian Competition Law

  Fijian Competition Law

Objective of Competition? The objective of competition law is to prohibit anti-competitive conducts or behaviour that unduly prevent, restrict or

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Not obligated to Fiji Airways, says Tuilaepa

  Not obligated to Fiji Airways, says Tuilaepa

Samoan Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi says they are not obligated to Fiji Airways. This was reported in the Samoa

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Elections Expected For New President Today

  Elections Expected For New President Today

One of the anticipated items on the agenda for the annual Methodist Church of Fiji and Rotuma conference which opens

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Devotees complete fire-walking ritual

  Devotees complete fire-walking ritual

Hindu devotees in Suva concluded 10 days of fasting yesterday with their annual fire-walking ceremony at the Howell Road Mariamman

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EDITORIAL: Constitution Protects Religious Freedom

  EDITORIAL: Constitution Protects Religious Freedom

We are blessed in Fiji that we enjoy religious freedom and tolerance. The Constitution guarantees that we are free to

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Losing Brother in Accident Painful

  Losing Brother in Accident Painful

Losing a brother in an accident is just painful, says Jone Delaikorovono. Mr Delaikoroivono’s younger brother, Jeremaia Vugakoto, died yesterday

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