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    Rainima Gets Support From Fijians Worldwide

Rainima Gets Support From Fijians Worldwide

Miss World Fiji, Nanise Rainima has received a number of congratulatory remarks on her social media page from Fijians all over the world. One such message that was posted on

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    ANALYSIS: How the US Is Aiding Training For Resilient Communities

ANALYSIS: How the US Is Aiding Training For Resilient Communities

The United States government supports various training and climate change-related programmes with the ultimate goal of building resilient communities in the Pacific. Through its Embassy in Fiji, it has funded

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    Calls For Closer Watch On Music, Movies, Internet

Calls For Closer Watch On Music, Movies, Internet

Corrections officials are finding more alarming triggers that cause sexual offenders to carry out the heinous crimes they are convicted for. The comment was made by Fiji Corrections Services (FCS)

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    Diabetes  Survivor Tells Story Of How She Overcame The Disease

Diabetes Survivor Tells Story Of How She Overcame The Disease

A woman who says she has beaten diabetes is today sharing her story of how she overcame the disease. Diabetes survivor from Namosi, Melania Kororua, says she is now a

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    Suva Bridges To Be Completed Next Year

Suva Bridges To Be Completed Next Year

Fiji Roads Authority (FRA) chief executive officer (CEO) Jonathan Moore has confirmed that the Vatuwaqa and Stinson Parade bridges in Suva will be completed in four months. Mr Moore has

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    40 Students Master  Chinese Language

40 Students Master Chinese Language

Fipe Naisua, 11, and her brother Seremaia Naisua, 16 graduated in Chinese Language Intermediate Course from the Confucius Institute of University of the South Pacific (USP) Lautoka Campus yesterday. Fipe,

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    Climate Change Is Grim, Says Toganivalu

Climate Change Is Grim, Says Toganivalu

For Fiji climate change is not only a reality, it is also grim says  local artist Josua Toganivalu as he  describes his art piece on climate change labelled Masking Climate

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    Marist Convent  in Levuka to  Celebrate 125th Anniversary

Marist Convent in Levuka to Celebrate 125th Anniversary

Marist Convent School in Levuka will mark its 125th Anniversary at the school ground on November 17 to 18. Head teacher Sister Rosemary Simon and event co-ordinator said the theme

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    HEAVY RAIN Alert For Fiji

HEAVY RAIN Alert For Fiji

Special Weather Bulletin Number FIVE FOR HEAVY RAIN ISSUED FROM RSMC NADI AT 04.00pm on Saturday the 11th of November 2017 HEAVY RAIN WARNING A HEAVY RAIN WARNING REMAINS IN

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RKS Old Boy Is Proud Father Among The Crowd

  RKS Old Boy Is Proud Father Among The Crowd

The Commissioner Northern Joseva Vocea was perhaps the proudest father in the crowd during the Ratu Kadavulevu School prizegiving in

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Deans U-18 Dream Team Captain Gets Excellence Award

  Deans U-18 Dream Team Captain Gets Excellence Award

Ratu Kadavulevu School Under-18 captain scooped the school’s Excellence Award. Taniela Yabakidrau, 18, of Naqali Village in Naitasiri, walked away

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A HEAVY RAIN ALERT IS IN FORCE FOR THE WEST, SOUTH AND NORTHERN PARTS OF THE COUNTRY

  A HEAVY RAIN ALERT IS IN FORCE FOR THE WEST, SOUTH AND NORTHERN PARTS OF THE COUNTRY

A Heavy Rain Alert remains in force for western and northern Viti Levu and nearby smaller islands, Yasawa and Mamanuca

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Day To Deliver: Baber

  Day To Deliver: Baber

Fiji Airways Fijian 7s team head coach Gareth Baber says players need to reset and get it right on the

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The BEAST IS BACK

  The BEAST  IS BACK

Olympian and flamboyant flanker Semi Kunatani is going to make his Test debut for the Fiji Airways Flying Fijians against

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Poll: PM Still Top

  Poll: PM Still Top

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama is maintaining his commanding lead as the preferred PM in the latest public opinion poll. The

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Pacific Nationally Determined Hub May Be in Suva

  Pacific Nationally Determined Hub May Be in Suva

A regional hub for the Pacific focussing on Pacific’s Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC) will have the full backing of Fiji

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Koroilavesau Outlines $52 Million Lost Due To Coastal Flooding In Fiji

  Koroilavesau Outlines  $52 Million Lost Due To  Coastal Flooding In Fiji

Every year $52 million worth of damages are sustained in the agricultural sector through salt water intrusion from coastal flooding.

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Real Face Of Climate Change Seen Through Reality Videos

  Real Face Of Climate Change Seen Through Reality Videos

Minister for Women, Children & Poverty Alleviation Mereseini Vuniwaqa launched visual reality videos- My story: Young Fijians on the Front

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COP23: Young Stars Wow International Audience

  COP23:  Young Stars Wow International Audience

The star of COP23 on Thursday was 10-year-old Shalvi Sakshi, Year Five student of Nasarawaqa Primary School in Bua. She

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EDITORIAL: Cleaner Energy Alternative Drives Electric Car Bid –The Way For Our future

  EDITORIAL: Cleaner Energy Alternative Drives Electric Car Bid –The Way For Our future

After COP23, the future for Fiji and many other countries in the world is in cleaner energy that will power

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Letters To The Editor, 11th November 2017

  Letters To The Editor, 11th November 2017

Passing The Torch Dilemma Leone Nayacalevu, Deuba A key requirement for the future of all organisations no matter what their

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4.2% 2017 Growth Driven By The Positive Impact From Expansionary Fiscal Policy

  4.2% 2017 Growth Driven By The Positive Impact From Expansionary Fiscal Policy

The performance of an economy is measured by the growth rate of Real Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Real GDP measures

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Discipline Is An Issue, Says PNG Coach

  Discipline Is An Issue, Says PNG Coach

Guise encourages his players to lift their performance and to avoid any yellow card.   Discipline was the major drawback experienced

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Praise is Good but Criticism is Important Setting the right balance

  Praise is Good but Criticism is Important Setting the right balance

In my career, working in the capacity of a marketing and sales professional, I have seen and worked along with

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Ahura Resorts sets Benchmark For the Pacific

  Ahura Resorts sets Benchmark  For the Pacific

  Ahura Resorts has set the benchmark to follow not just for a locally-owned resorts but also for the Pacific.

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Two Of Three Assessors Find Mother Guilty Of Rape

  Two Of Three Assessors Find Mother Guilty Of Rape

  Two out of the three assessors in the rape trial involving a 45-year-old mother who allegedly raped her 14-year-old

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The Whistle Blower Policy

  The Whistle Blower Policy

The Fijian government has put in place quite a number of tax and customs policies that have led to the

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North Chow Games Starts

  North Chow Games Starts

Over 900 students battled it out in the first day of the FMF Chow Games at Subrail Park, Labasa yesterday.

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Kiwis, Fijiana Semis

  Kiwis, Fijiana Semis

The Fiji Airways Fijiana women sevens captain Ana Maria Roqica says, they will need to step-up in defence against New

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