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    EDITORIAL: Take Care When Celebrating New Year’s Day

EDITORIAL: Take Care When Celebrating New Year’s Day

With the Christmas celebration wrapping up, everyone is turning their attention to New Year’s Eve. And from today to Sunday we begin the countdown to the end of 2017 and

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    Letters To The Editor, 27th December 2017

Letters To The Editor, 27th December 2017

ATS workers on strike Tukai Lagonilakeba, Nadi I plead with Fiji Trades Union Congress general secretary Felix Anthony and Air Terminal Services Employees Trust secretary Viliame Finau to please start

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    A Mother’s Prayer Is Answered

A Mother’s Prayer Is Answered

For Lanieta Karavaki from Qarani in Gau, giving birth to a baby boy on Christmas day was an answered prayer. Her son, Kaiava Kunadoi was born at 10.15am and weighed

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    Nadi Magistrate Remands Three On Theft Charges

Nadi Magistrate Remands Three On Theft Charges

Three men on separate theft charges were remanded at the Natabua Corrections Facility by the Nadi Magistrate Court on Monday. Krishneel Kumar, 24, appeared before Magistrate Chandani Dias during the

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    Woman Left Devastated  After Seeing Body Of Twin Grandson She Raised Up

Woman Left Devastated After Seeing Body Of Twin Grandson She Raised Up

The last thing any grandmother would want on Christmas Day is to see the battered, lifeless and bloodied body of their grandson. For 67-year-old Khatun Sami, of Delaitomuka in Lautoka,

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    Seaplane Salvage Continues Today

Seaplane Salvage Continues Today

The Turtle Airways Beaver (DHC-2) seaplane that sank in the waters off Nadi is in the process of being salvaged. This is after a group of personnel from the Civil

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    Court In Brief

Court In Brief

Man on robbery charges in Suva A 36-year-old who was charged with one count of aggravated robbery and one count of giving false information, appeared in a special court sitting

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    Road Tragedies On Christmas And Boxing Day

Road Tragedies On Christmas And Boxing Day

Christmas Day and Boxing Day will never be the same for two families in the North after their loved ones died in road accidents. In Taveuni, a family’s plan to

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    Morning Blaze Ruins  Years Of Sacrifice

Morning Blaze Ruins Years Of Sacrifice

Years of sacrifice ended in a blaze for a businessman whose property was partly destroyed in a fire on the morning of Christmas day. The concrete house consisting of four

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Saula And Jonathan Move To Boys’ Home

  Saula And Jonathan Move To Boys’ Home

Two boys living in Dilkusha Children’s Home will be transferred to Ba Veilomani Boys’ Home come the new year. Dilkusha

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Dad’s Plans To Spend Christmas With Wife, Kids Ends In Sorrow

  Dad’s Plans To Spend Christmas With Wife, Kids Ends In Sorrow

A father of four, who had told his wife to change her plans of going to the West with their

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Families, Church Groups Flock to the Beach for a Fun-Filled Boxing Day

  Families, Church Groups Flock to the Beach for a Fun-Filled Boxing Day

Hundreds of families and members of church groups from around Suva flocked to their popular picnic spots at My Suva

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Director’s Family Shower Children with Gifts

  Director’s Family Shower Children with Gifts

Children of the Treasure House Children’s Home in Nadi celebrated Christmas in style on Monday. This was after the Chaudhary

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Unhappy Farmer Loses Family Home In Fire

  Unhappy Farmer Loses Family Home In Fire

Durga Prasad was a forlorn figure yesterday as a Christmas Day fire left him without a home. The 66-year-old farmer

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Dau, 22,Departs on Christmas day For First Tour Of Duty

  Dau, 22,Departs on Christmas day For First Tour Of Duty

Republic of Fiji Military Forc­es Private Elani Dau, cele­brated Christmas Day in the air alongside her 25-member team that departed

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Christmas in Police station for drunk driver

  Christmas in Police station for drunk driver

A 24-year-old, who is alleged to be under the influence of alcohol while driving, had to spend his Christmas weekend

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Tropical Depression Delays Princess Moana’s Arrival

  Tropical Depression Delays Princess Moana’s Arrival

Brand new inter-island vessel Princess Moana has finally ar­rived home. The Miller Shipping Services latest inclusion’s arrival was delayed by

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Physically Challenged Dad Follows Tradition of Hosting Family And Friends

  Physically Challenged Dad Follows Tradition of Hosting Family And Friends

Physically challenged Vikram Chandra of Nagigi, Labasa has continued with the tradi­tion of hosting family members to celebrate Christmas. The

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Canada Honour Fijian

  Canada  Honour  Fijian

His unerring love for his roots, Nacamaki Village on Koro Island in Fiji had him raise $30,000 last year. The

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Cable Works Begin Today

  Cable Works Begin Today

The French ship, Ile-de-Re is moored  off Vatuwaqa, near the Fiji International Telecommunications Limited station at Rifle Range in Vatuwaqa.

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Trade Value Increased To $841.5m

  Trade Value Increased To $841.5m

The relationship between Fiji and China has elevated into a new phase, resulting to a flourished trade value. Since 2011,

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HFC Shares Love to the Needy

  HFC Shares Love to the Needy

Albert Einstein once said: “The world is a dangerous place, not because of those who do evil, but because of

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Competition Law In Fiji

  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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Beach Out In Labasa

  Beach Out In Labasa

More than 800 people flocked to Korovatu Beach in Labasa to spend their Christmas day. The beach is one of

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Sunken Southern Phoenix To Be Removed Next Year: MSAF

  Sunken Southern Phoenix To Be Removed Next Year: MSAF

Maritime Safety Authority of Fiji (MSAF) chief executive of­ficer John Tunidau said that the sunken Southern Phoenix is ex­pected to

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Visitors Bring Blessings To Peacekeepers

  Visitors Bring Blessings To Peacekeepers

Our Fijian peacekeepers to the United Nations Disen­gagement Observer Force in Golan Heights were blessed with visitors to the camp

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