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    MISSING!!!: SILIVIA BOTEBOTEVANUA

MISSING!!!: SILIVIA BOTEBOTEVANUA

We request information that could help locate 12 year old Silivia Botebotevanua who was reported missing after she failed to return home on the 4th of this month. Silivia was

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    Letters To The Editor, 25th June, 2018

Letters To The Editor, 25th June, 2018

FIFA coverage Dhirendra Prasad, Lautoka I thank the media for the coverage and live broadcast of the World Cup in Russia. We, in Fiji, are so fortunate to be watching

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    Delaibatiki’s Say: Tudravu is absolutely right when he says  Police are called to serve, not be served

Delaibatiki’s Say: Tudravu is absolutely right when he says Police are called to serve, not be served

This is an edited version of Nemani Delaibatiki’s My Say in the 4 The Record FBC TV programme last night. Acting Commissioner of Police Rusiate Tudravu did not mince his

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    Editorial: Our 7s team should remain grounded

Editorial: Our 7s team should remain grounded

Are we the best sevens rugby team in the world, right now? I don’t think so. Many will surely not agree with this statement, but it’s the truth. Yes, the

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    Talks for Nadave centre to become tertiary institution

Talks for Nadave centre to become tertiary institution

Talks are underway to upgrade Nadave Centre for Appropriate Technology and Development (CATD) to become a tertiary institution. CATD board of governors chairperson and Permanent Secretary for iTaukei Affairs Naipote

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    Water Supply to Normalise Today in  Nadi, Lautoka Except for Momi Area

Water Supply to Normalise Today in Nadi, Lautoka Except for Momi Area

Water Authority of Fiji says 80 per cent water supply in Nadi and Lautoka areas will normalise today. This was confirmed by chief operating officer Samanmal Ekanayake. This was after

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    Church wants Fijians to be self-sufficient

Church wants Fijians to be self-sufficient

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) West president Solomone Kaumaitotoya said they wanted to educate and up-skill Fijians to be independent and self-sufficient. One of the methods

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    Donation touches Hart residents

Donation touches Hart residents

The hearts of 41 families living at Lovu Hart Settlement in Lautoka were touched after receiving assistance on Saturday from a charitable organisation. Lovu Hart community head resident Mereia Naimotu

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    Fiji Successfully Hosts UNWTO Meeting

Fiji Successfully Hosts UNWTO Meeting

Fiji and the Pacific region, for the first time hosted the United Nations World Tourism Organisation’s (UNWTO) 30th Joint Meeting of the Commission of East Asia and Pacific (CAP) and

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Koya: Respect Others’ Differences

  Koya: Respect Others’ Differences

Diversity is one of the strong pillars of our nation, which unleashes a great power of unity. The Minister for

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Tests In Mergers And Acquisition

  Tests In Mergers And Acquisition

The determination of whether a Merger or Acquisition exists for the purposes of Section 72 and 73 of the Fijian

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Why Viljoen Opposes An Open Skies Policy

  Why Viljoen Opposes An Open Skies Policy

This is the conclusion of a three-part series on the remarkable achievement by Fiji Airways CEO and managing director Andre

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60 musicians showcase talents at World Music Day

  60 musicians showcase talents at World Music Day

The World Music Day event held at the Fiji Museum last Friday gave an opportunity for 60 artists to showcase

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Artisan says art connects her to her iTaukei identity

  Artisan says art connects her to her iTaukei identity

It is important to know your identity. This is one the many lessons that 36-year-old Koto Matemosi of Kabara in

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Nasinu-Based Handicraft Club Qualifies for Fest in Solomon Islands

  Nasinu-Based Handicraft Club Qualifies for Fest in Solomon Islands

Members of the Duavata Women’s Club of Naveiwakau are among the 80 people who will be representing Fiji at the

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Nabura In Today

  Nabura In Today

Highlanders advance party to arrive this morning as countdown to Saturday’s Super Rugby clash starts now Former Ratu Kadavulevu School

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between the lines: 25th June, 2018

  between the lines: 25th June, 2018

New Fijian ambassador The Commissioner Western, Manasa Tagicakibau, is going to China as the new head of the Fijian diplomatic

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Group builds communities based on justice, peace, dignity

  Group builds communities based on justice, peace, dignity

Fiji’s House of Sarah has recently introduced SASA! (Start, Awareness, Support, Action) Faith programme in Fiji. SASA! Faith is a

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Halapua: The Only Way Forward is for Leaders to Work Together

  Halapua: The Only Way Forward is for Leaders to Work Together

The outgoing head of the Anglican Church’s Diocese of Polynesia says given the current social, economic and environmental issues, the

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PM Supports ACP Call To EU

  PM Supports ACP Call To EU

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama has supported the African Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) nations’ call to the European Union (EU). That

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German Chancellor commends Fiji’s Talanoa Dialogue method

  German Chancellor commends Fiji’s Talanoa Dialogue method

Fiji has received widespread recognition for the work it has done in its presidency of the Conference of Parties 23

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Officers, sailors and soldiers face court martial tomorrow

  Officers, sailors and soldiers face court martial tomorrow

Officers and sailors of the Fijian Navy involved in the grounding of the RFNS Kiro at Cakauyawa Reef in July 

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Drug Probe Progress

  Drug Probe Progress

Three of the four people arrested following the seizure of hard drugs at the Denarau Marina last Friday continue to

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Locked Out

  Locked Out

A local supermarket in the capital city has been stopped from trading since Saturday. Suva’s Food 4 Less supermarket, located

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Women Peacekeepers: Life, Challenges

  Women Peacekeepers: Life, Challenges

That’s probably one of the most interesting question given the growing number of women working in what once was a

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Participants Gear Up For ‘Barrow’ Race

  Participants Gear Up For ‘Barrow’ Race

The anticipation about the Amazing Wheelbarrow Race was evident during its launch by the Frank Hilton Organisation on Friday. The

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Cooper: We’ll Fight Again

  Cooper: We’ll Fight Again

The Chiefs are coming for a win in this Saturday’s Super Rugby clash against the Highlanders at the ANZ Stadium,

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Athletics Fiji Starts Pacific Games Preps

  Athletics Fiji  Starts Pacific Games Preps

Athletics Fiji has elected three new members to be part of the executive committee during their annual general meeting at

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Nawai Accepts Defeat, Train Harder

  Nawai Accepts Defeat, Train Harder

Middleweight boxer Siliveni Nawai has promised to work harder after he suffered his first loss to Beau O’Brien of New

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