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    EDITORIAL: It’s Difficult To Understand Those Who Oppose Work To Help The Poor

EDITORIAL: It’s Difficult To Understand Those Who Oppose Work To Help The Poor

Sometimes it is difficult to understand the mentality and rationale of some people, especially those who are opposed to the work being done by the FijiFirst Government. This is more

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    Letters To The Editor, 15th November 2017

Letters To The Editor, 15th November 2017

Selfish Agenda Naca Nabutu,  Naulu I was told that at a gathering organised by an Non Governmental Organisation, that appears to be a front for a political party and unfortunately

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    A Touch Of Indonesia In New Yadua Bay Resort And Villas

A Touch Of Indonesia In New Yadua Bay Resort And Villas

Set within an exceptional 27 acre estate is Yadua Bay Resort and Villas, a modern and unique property that has begun taking shape. Located in Malaqereqere, near Sigatoka, the unique

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    $60k Cafe Aims To Connect Differences

$60k Cafe Aims To Connect Differences

Located near the Golden Lady of the Fijian tourism industry – Shangri-La’s Fijian Resort and Spa Connect Café is an ideal spot where visitors can enjoy coffee. The project is

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    ASHABHAI SUPPORTS COP23 VISION

ASHABHAI SUPPORTS COP23 VISION

Ashabhai and Company Limited have signed a Solar Power Project with Narhari Electrical Company Ltd for their main Distribution Centre and Headquarters at Karsanji Street, Vatuwaqa, Suva.   The Project

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    Bainimarama Tells: Why I  Took Up COP Presidency

Bainimarama Tells: Why I Took Up COP Presidency

The devastation left behind by severe Tropical Cyclone Winston sharpened Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama’s determination to make Fiji more climate resilient. And, it is one of the main reasons why

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    American Activist, 15, Shares Concern With COP23 President

American Activist, 15, Shares Concern With COP23 President

Prime Minister and COP23 President Voreqe Bainimarama had a special visitor at the Fiji Pavilion in the Bonn Zone on Monday. It was 15-year-old Zuriel Oduwole, an American climate and

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    Bainimarama Leads  Support To Pathway 2050

Bainimarama Leads Support To Pathway 2050

Eighty-nine per cent of the world’s largest high-emitting companies now have carbon emission targets – (science-based targets) not figures plucked from the air. And 20 per cent of those companies

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    Reduce Carbon Emissions, Business Leaders Urged

Reduce Carbon Emissions, Business Leaders Urged

Business leaders from larger economies can play a crucial role in addressing the impacts of climate change and provide support towards adaptation and mitigation measures in reducing carbon emissions, says

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Fijians To Get Assistance On Insurance Coverage

  Fijians To Get Assistance On Insurance Coverage

An announcement on assistance from Germany in helping Fiji cope with the lack of insurance coverage by the majority of

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Fiji Joins Ocean Alliance-Becomes One of Five Newest Members

  Fiji Joins Ocean Alliance-Becomes One of Five  Newest Members

Fiji has become one of the newest members of the International Alliance to Combat Ocean Acidification on Monday. The Ocean

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Seruiratu Calls For Action To Achieve Real Transformation

  Seruiratu Calls For Action To Achieve Real Transformation

Fijian Climate Change champion Inia Seruiratu says the focus at COP23  is on climate action that leads to real transformation.

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Fijian Climate Change Losses Could Reach 6.5% Of GDP: Study

  Fijian Climate Change Losses Could Reach 6.5% Of GDP: Study

By 2050, Fiji’s annual losses due to extreme weather events could reach 6.5 per cent of GDP because of the

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SPC, IMO Train Regional Maritime Trainers As Simulator, ECDIS Instructors

  SPC, IMO Train Regional Maritime Trainers As Simulator, ECDIS Instructors

The Pacific Community (SPC) in collaboration with the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and the Maritime and the Port Authority of

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Improved Communication At Local Wharfs, Says Top Student

  Improved Communication At Local Wharfs, Says Top Student

For Sera Ieli, an operations assistant at Port Mua-i-Walu Wharf 1 in Suva, learning basic Chinese language was a bonus.

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Paradise Beverages Regret Recent Campaign

  Paradise Beverages Regret Recent Campaign

Paradise Beverages regretted any offence that has been caused by their recent marketing campaign on Ratu Rum. This came to

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Veisari Residents Thankful No One Died In Landslide

  Veisari Residents Thankful No One Died In Landslide

Residents of Veisari outside Lami on the Queens Road are worried that any future landslides may result in the loss

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MHCC chocolate thief gets suspended sentence   A 33-year-old shoemaker was handed a sus­pended sentence yesterday after he was con­victed

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FULL HOUSE

  FULL HOUSE

51,000 fans to watch Ireland-Fiji Airways Flying Fijians test on Sunday. The Fiji Airways Flying Fijians will play in front

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Rodan Stresses Proper Athletics Comp

  Rodan Stresses Proper Athletics Comp

Athletics Fiji will be providing the Fijian Primary School Athletics with equipments and personnel. Athletics Fiji President Joe Rodan Senior

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FPCL Staff Graduate With Basic Chinese Language Certificate

  FPCL Staff Graduate With Basic  Chinese Language Certificate

Communication with Chinese clients by the Fiji Ports Corporation Limited (FPCL) will no longer be a barrier now. This is

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MV Lomaiviti Princess V On Her Way

  MV Lomaiviti Princess V On Her Way

Good news for the travelling public. Goundar Shipping Limited’s newest vessel, MV Lomaiviti  Princess V is on her way. The

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Eknash’s award pleases mum

  Eknash’s award pleases mum

A proud mum who watched her son, Eknash Muda­liar, receive his gradua­tion certificate yesterday at the Labasa Sangam Kindergarten graduation

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Dux Kristika Overwhelms Dad

  Dux Kristika Overwhelms Dad

Sudesh Kumar could not be more proud as his youngest daughter became the first in the family to scoop the

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Fijians Plan March In Wellington

  Fijians Plan March In Wellington

The Fijian community are planning to meet at the Wellington Civic Square then march to the Regional Stadium before the

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US Coast Guards, NZ Maritime Train Our Port Security Officers

  US Coast Guards, NZ Maritime Train Our Port Security Officers

For the first time officers from the US Coast Guards and New Zealand Maritime yesterday conducted a joint training to

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Compete Is A Way To Gain Expertise: Chief Judge

  Compete Is A Way To Gain Expertise: Chief Judge

The Moffat National Salon Culinaire will encourage growth for the culinary industry through education and competition. This was said by

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130 Chefs To Battle

  130 Chefs To Battle

The first-day of the Moffat National Salon Culinaire saw over 130 entries from chefs competing at the Fiji National University

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Children Should Learn Technology At An Early Stage: Chandra

  Children Should Learn Technology At An Early Stage: Chandra

Hands on training on technology should begin from the grassroots level. These were the sentiments of SHAZCOM Technology director operations

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