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    MY SAY: A-G tackling the Culture  of Greed is Commendable

MY SAY: A-G tackling the Culture of Greed is Commendable

The acting Prime Minister and Attorney-General, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum, talked about the culture of greed in Parliament this week. I salute him for addressing this issue head on. He did not

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    Ba Residents Get Access to Water

Ba Residents Get Access to Water

  People from Lane 25, Rarawai and Upper Clopcott, Ba yesterday praised the FijiFirst Government for commissioning water projects in their respective areas. More than 400 people will benefit from

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    RFMF Band Goes to Lautoka for Centennial Celebrations

RFMF Band Goes to Lautoka for Centennial Celebrations

After a successful celebration in Labasa, the Republic of Fiji Military Forces (RFMF) Band is going to continue their 100th Anniversary Celebrations in Lautoka. The RFMF Band is marking its

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    Girl Saves Older Sister From Moving Train

Girl Saves Older Sister From Moving Train

  A 13-year-old girl was miraculously saved by her younger sister as she was dragged by a train with her foot trapped between the back wheels of a rail truck.

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    Carnival Boosts Police, Community Partnership

Carnival Boosts Police, Community Partnership

Everyone has a duty to protect their families, properties and community, says Duavata Northern Crime Prevention Carnival chairman Satish Kumar. Mr Kumar made the statement during the carnival thanksgiving celebration

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    Cikamatana Vows Best

Cikamatana Vows Best

Weightlifting number one ranked junior athlete in the world Eileen Cikamatana joined Team Fiji in Turkmenistan yesterday. The No.1 ranked athlete in the 90kg category in the Commonwealth will compete

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    Navuso Babaas Qualify

Navuso Babaas Qualify

Football clubs Bureta, Raymonds, Civic and Navuso Barbarians have qualified from the Southern Division for the Vodafone National Club Championship (NCC) finals which start on Friday at Ratu Cakobau Park

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    RFMF Band Goes to Lautoka for Centennial Celebrations

RFMF Band Goes to Lautoka for Centennial Celebrations

After a successful celebration in Labasa, the Republic of Fiji Military Forces (RFMF) Band is going to continue their 100th Anniversary Celebrations in Lautoka. The RFMF Band is marking its

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    Seaqaqa Confident

Seaqaqa Confident

The Seaqaqa football teams are confident of winning the Vodafone/ Bank of Baroda sponsored Vanua Levu Muslim Interdistrict Championship (IDC) title. Team manager Mohammed Imran said yesterday they’ve prepared well.

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EDITORIAL: Move Away From Race-based Politics If We Want Peace And Stability

  EDITORIAL: Move Away From Race-based Politics If We Want Peace And Stability

Racial prejudices and discrimination have been the root cause of the coups in Fiji. Yesterday the Fiji Sun launched the

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Bala Heads Team To Discuss Infrastructure And Water Issues

  Bala Heads Team To Discuss Infrastructure And Water Issues

The Ministry for Transport and Infrastructure will be in the west this week to discuss concerns relating to rural electrification,

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HOSPITALITY:First iTaukei Owned Hotel In Coral Coast Opens

  HOSPITALITY:First iTaukei Owned Hotel In Coral Coast Opens

The first iTaukei owned hotel, Namolevu Beach Bures within the Coral Coast vicinity, is finally open for business. Located along

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‘RFMF Saved Country From Plunging Into Anarchy In 2000’

  ‘RFMF Saved Country From  Plunging Into Anarchy In 2000’

One of the key planners and executors of the 2000 coup says the Republic of Fiji Military Forces (RFMF) saved

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The 2000 Coup: The Untold Story: Residents Recall Muaniweni Terror

  The 2000 Coup: The Untold Story: Residents Recall Muaniweni Terror

Seventeen years after George Speight led the 2000 coup, some residents in Muaniweni, Naitasiri still live in fear. But many

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‘RFMF Saved Country From Plunging Into Anarchy In 2000’

  ‘RFMF Saved Country From  Plunging Into Anarchy In 2000’

One of the key planners and executors of the 2000 coup says the Republic of Fiji Military Forces (RFMF) saved

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RELIEF: Man Gets Wheelchair, Assured Assistance

  RELIEF: Man Gets Wheelchair, Assured Assistance

A 62-year-old diabetic patient, Mohammed Azim of Vunimoli, Labasa, was given hope and assurance by the Assistant Minister for Women,

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Photos Show Hospital Meat Cutting Area, Not Kitchen As Claimed: Davies

  Photos Show Hospital Meat Cutting Area, Not Kitchen As Claimed: Davies

  Current improvement programmes by the Ministry of Health and Medical Services include renovation of the Colonial War Memorial (CWM)

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Ready For Duty

  Ready For Duty

Rugby sevens Olympian Kitione Taliga is ready to replace injured Peceli Nacebe for the Fiji Airways Drua. The Drua face

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TOURISM:Visiting Warwick Executive Chef Showcases Arabic Cuisine

  TOURISM:Visiting Warwick Executive Chef Showcases Arabic Cuisine

Warwick Fiji has welcomed from the Middle East the highly experienced and acclaimed executive chef Ahmad Kansou. He is visiting

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Fiji Is Becoming More Productive: Bank Of Queensland Chief Economist

  Fiji Is Becoming More Productive: Bank Of Queensland Chief Economist

Fiji’s economy is facing brighter skies, says an economist for one of Australia’s banks. Bank of Queensland chief economist and

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The Fijian Competition And Consumer Commission: Provisions Of Competition Law In Fiji

  The Fijian Competition And Consumer Commission: Provisions Of Competition Law In Fiji

The Fijian Competition and Consumer Commission (“FCCC”) has been established  under Section 7 of the Fijian  Competition and Consumer Commission

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OPINION: A-G Tackling The Culture Of Greed Is Commendable

  OPINION: A-G Tackling The Culture  Of Greed Is Commendable

The acting Prime Minister and Attorney-General, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum, talked about the culture of greed in Parliament this week. I salute

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Letters To The Editor, 18 September, 2017

  Letters To The Editor, 18 September, 2017

The race card again Timoci Gaunavinaka, Nausori The latest round of debates in Parliament continues to show the ugly side

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