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    Tributes Pouring In For Duvuloco

Tributes Pouring In For Duvuloco

Tributes have been pouring in for the late Iliesa Duvuloco, says family spokesperson Timoci Bulewa Nawaqatabu. He said they had lost someone who was hard to replace. Mr Duvuloco was

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    Usamate: Law To Be Followed By Parties In Row

Usamate: Law To Be Followed By Parties In Row

Minister for Employment, Jone Usamate said the Federated Airline Staff Association members could not vote because certain procedures were not followed in Nadi on Wednesday. “I am aware of the

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    ASSISTANCE: Korea To Contribute US$110K To COP23

ASSISTANCE: Korea To Contribute US$110K To COP23

  The Korean Government will contribute US$110,000 (about F$221,023) in funding for Fiji’s presidency of COP23 in Bonn, Germany. This announcement was made by the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs

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    Prasad, Raj Clash Over Audit Reports Claim

Prasad, Raj Clash Over Audit Reports Claim

  A war of words has erupted between the National Federation Party leader Biman Prasad and Human Rights and Anti-Discrimination Commission director Ashwin Raj. It is over claims that independent

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    REPLY: Raj Responds To Prasad Claims

REPLY: Raj Responds To Prasad Claims

The following is the Fiji Human Rights and Anti-Discrimination Commission director Ashwin Raj’s response to the National Federation Party leader Biman Prasad on Special Audit Limitation. In an interview with

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    DONATION: Heroes Need Heroes Give Medical Partners $400,000 Help Injection

DONATION: Heroes Need Heroes Give Medical Partners $400,000 Help Injection

  The Saint John Ambulance Association, Ministry of Health and Medical Services and the First Volunteer Responders Unit are recipients of emergency equipment worth $400,000 from Australia. The equipment was

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    Kiwi Couple Marks Fifth Trip To Suva

Kiwi Couple Marks Fifth Trip To Suva

  A Kiwi couple visited Suva for the fifth time on board the giant cruise liner Pacific Jewel yesterday after making their maiden visit in the 1970s. “The first trip was

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    Families Donate To HART Residents

Families Donate To HART Residents

Part of their social obligation Bank South Pacific (BSP) staff visited residents of the Housing Assistance and Relief Trust (HART) in Valelevu with their children yesterday. Fiji headquarters Customer Service

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    Criminals Getting Smarter: Qiliho

Criminals Getting Smarter: Qiliho

Police Commissioner Brigadier-General Sitiveni Qiliho said even though the Fiji Police had made some big arrests recently, the police needed the co-operation of the communities because the criminals were getting

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Anti-Litter Residents Happy With Empty Bins, Cleared Rubbish

  Anti-Litter Residents Happy With Empty Bins, Cleared Rubbish

Caubati resident Praneel Sharma is happy that the Nasinu Town Council has now cleared rubbish heaped around the dump bins

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Pests: Use Boiling Water To Destroy Black Ants’ Nest: Agriculture

  Pests: Use Boiling Water To Destroy Black Ants’ Nest: Agriculture

One of the cultural measures in getting rid of white-footed black ants is to destroy the ants’ nest with boiling

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MISSING PERSON: Rosilo Kuruicava Lote

  MISSING PERSON: Rosilo Kuruicava Lote

We request information regarding 15 year old Rosilo Kuruicava Lote who has been reported missing at the Lami Police Station.

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Professor Chandra Tells: How USP Was Turned Around, How It Now Thrives

  Professor Chandra Tells: How USP Was Turned Around, How It Now Thrives

  Professor Rajesh Chandra in an exclusive interview revealed how he steered the region’s premier university away from an uncertain

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Pre-School Students Plant 2000 Mangrove Trees In Support Of COP23

  Pre-School Students Plant 2000 Mangrove Trees In Support Of COP23

  Kindergarten students attending the University of the South Pacific Edu-care Centre are stepping up and showing their support for

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Father, Son Cycle To School For Fitness, Cost Effectiveness

  Father, Son Cycle To School For Fitness, Cost Effectiveness

  The amount of destructive greenhouse gases produced on daily drives to school can be drastically reduced if adults and

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President Shaileen, Leads The Rotary Way

  President Shaileen, Leads The Rotary Way

  Shaileen Chand is the first woman to become president of  the Rotary Club of Labasa. Special Administrator of Labasa

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Drua Make Changes For Rising

  Drua Make Changes For Rising

Fiji Airways Drua head coach Senirusi Seruvakula has made changes to his starting line-up against the Melbourne Rising tomorrow. Former

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Reps Need To Cope: Baber

  Reps Need To Cope: Baber

Vodafone Fijian 7s coach Gareth Baber is happy with players in camp in Sigatoka. Senior players in camp are Apisai

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Tevita: I Want To Be Like Radradra

  Tevita: I Want To Be Like Radradra

Anare Tevita is ready to fight for a spot in the Vodafone Fijian 7s team for the World Sevens Series

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146 Teams For Volleyball

  146 Teams For Volleyball

A record 146 teams will be competing at the 13th Westpac/Vodafone Nadi International Airport Volleyball Tournament 2017 at the Prince

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Our U20 Outplayed Again

  Our U20 Outplayed Again

This was after the Koli Sewabu –coached side lost to Portugal 13-16 in their final pool match of World Rugby

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Sevens Tougher, Better: Sir Gordon Tietjens

  Sevens Tougher, Better: Sir Gordon Tietjens

Every year the World Sevens Series is getting better, says Sir Gordon Tietjens. The Samoan 7s coach made the comment

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Constitution Day: A Day To Remember For Thousands

  Constitution Day: A Day To Remember For Thousands

This was a day to remember for thousands who turned out for the Constitution Day celebrations at Churchill Park, Lautoka.

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Double Gold For Shanice

  Double Gold For Shanice

National judo rep Shanice Takayawa won two gold medals in the 2017 Fiji Games yesterday. The 19-year old won by

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Cricket 5 On Six Months Contract

  Cricket 5 On Six Months Contract

Five players depart on September 30 for a six months contract with Moorabbin West Cricket Club in Victoria, Australia. The

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AWARDS: 46 Years With FDB, Bashir Khan Grateful

  AWARDS: 46 Years With FDB, Bashir Khan Grateful

Bashir Khan, a famous businessman in Labasa and a Year Four school dropout was astonished when he was given a

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Eastern Police Netters Top

  Eastern Police Netters Top

Eastern Police netball team retained the Mrs Commissioner Cup Challenge for the fifth consecutive year. The team beat Northern Police

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EDITORIAL: Pearls’ Lack Of Exposure Results In Big Loss To South Africans

  EDITORIAL: Pearls’ Lack Of Exposure Results In Big Loss To South Africans

Expect a sharp and focused South African Spar Proteas side today as they play their final game against the Fijian

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Save the Children Fiji launches appeal

  Save the Children Fiji launches appeal

  Save the Children Fiji was able to help a total of 28,501 people including 19,725 children around Fiji after

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