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    Vollmer to cut out ‘bad habits’

Vollmer to cut out ‘bad habits’

Eugene Vollmer vows to cut out on his bad habits as he prepares for the 2018 Commonwealth Games. The 28-year-old, is one of Fiji’s finest athletes when it comes to

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    Training for coaches

Training for coaches

The Fiji Surfing Association (FSA) will be holding an up-skilling workshop for their coaches at the Beach House, Coral Coast, on January 27. Fiji Surfing coach Ian Portingale said their

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    Delta Tigers lose 4 key players

Delta Tigers lose 4 key players

The Rewa Football Association will be losing four key players in the Transfer Window. Rewa FA president Nazeel Buksh confirmed yesterday the players are veteran goalkeeper Simione Tamanisau, midfielder Tevita

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    ‘Lifters must lift game’

‘Lifters must lift game’

Weightlifting Fiji general secretary Ritesh Ratiram said they would be intensifying their training programme to the Commonwealth Games in April. “After our trials on Saturday we have found out that

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    WBF chief tells way forward

WBF chief tells way forward

Boxing in Fiji will only prosper if all relevant stakeholders are able to honour their dealings. These were the comments of World Boxing Foundation (WBF) president Mick Croucher after they

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    Suva Rugby on the Go

Suva Rugby on the Go

The Suva Rugby Union (SRU) named a strong 65-member extended squad that will be undergoing six weeks of block training. SRU assistant coach Jope Tuikabe said they would be going

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    On Baber’s Radar

On Baber’s Radar

Fiji Airways Fijian 7s head coach Gareth Baber has targeted several Police players for inclusion in the national sevens training squad. Speaking to SUNsports yesterday, Baber said there are four

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    Japan to grant $438K for two special schools and hospital

Japan to grant $438K for two special schools and hospital

The government of Japan will soon sign a grant contract for three projects worth US$218,729 (FJ$438,606.33) to provide assistance to certain organisations in Fiji. Embassy of Japan Economic Affairs and

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    Letters To The Editor, Monday 22nd January, 2018

Letters To The Editor, Monday 22nd January, 2018

Thank you, Police Dr Gyan Prasad, Nasinu I would like to convey my sincere thanks to the Fiji Police for the deployment of traffic control officers at all busy intersections

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Editorial: Let’s get behind our 7s teams for Sydney

  Editorial: Let’s get behind  our 7s teams  for Sydney

We wish our Fiji Airways Fijian 7s and Fiji Airways Fijiana 7s teams all the best in this weekend’s Sydney

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Ministry Of Women Hands Over School Essentials To Needy Children

  Ministry Of Women Hands Over School Essentials To Needy Children

Educational assistance of­fered is not a giveaway, but a practical way of ensuring that children in need of help can

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A-G Cautions Lawyers on Character

  A-G Cautions Lawyers on Character

Lawyers have been encouraged to build their character to pursue integrity. And, the advice came from the Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum

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Police Take to the Skies

  Police Take to the Skies

The Fiji Police Force has taken its war on drugs to the skies to complement the deploy­ment of resources on

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Reverend Tuiwai Ordained As Divisional Superintendent Of Suva

  Reverend Tuiwai Ordained As  Divisional Superintendent Of Suva

Reverend Iliapi Tuiwai, 62, is looking forward to the challenges as the new Divisional Superintendent of Suva. This is his

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Legal eagles spread wings of service

  Legal eagles spread wings of service

Making excellent legal service available to everyone in Fiji is the aim of the Legal Aid Commission.And, Acting Director Shahin

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Delaibatiki’s My Say: Global Freedom Index’s Rating Of Fiji A Big Joke, Fails To Reflect Reality

  Delaibatiki’s My Say: Global Freedom Index’s Rating Of Fiji A Big Joke, Fails To Reflect Reality

United States research organi­sation Freedom House’s rating of Fiji as the least politically free country in the Pacific is a

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150 Students Affected After Fire Damages Classrooms

  150 Students Affected After Fire Damages Classrooms

More than 150 students of a Lautoka primary school will have to move into an alternate classroom and tents after

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Police To Probe Death Of Man After Diving For Fish

  Police To Probe Death Of Man After Diving For Fish

Police are now investigating the death of a man who was out diving for fish with three other people on

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Golden nurse reunites with sisters, friends

  Golden nurse reunites with sisters, friends

    Salome Bikai of Nasesara, Mo­turiki, Lomaiviti, currently lives in Antioch, California, she flew across the Pacific Ocean to

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Thomson Says Recovery Of Our Coral Reefs After Winston Strong

  Thomson Says Recovery Of Our  Coral Reefs After Winston Strong

Fiji’s very own Peter Thomson is happy that our coral reefs have recovered well after the devastation caused by Tropical

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Activist group remembers US women’s march against Trump

  Activist group remembers US women’s march against Trump

About 40 people joined hands to mark one year of the Global Women’s March on Saturday, which was staged in

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Pillay offers solution to farmers’ grievances

  Pillay offers solution to farmers’ grievances

Government stands ready to help rice farmers, provided that the farmers do their part, says Viam Pillay, the Assistant Minister

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Nursing About Caring

  Nursing About Caring

Nursing is about caring and seeing God in the faces of who you nurse. These are simple attributes that helped

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Please, Stop This

  Please, Stop This

Vijendra Prakash threw his hands up in despair yesterday and made an impassioned plea: “Please, stop these temple attacks.” The

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$1.86b Market Value, All Time High

  $1.86b Market Value, All Time High

The overall market value last week ended January 19, rose to a new all-time high value of $1.86 billion an

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Younger Population To Drive Construction Boom: FMBA

  Younger Population To Drive Construction Boom: FMBA

The latest population census results according to the Fiji Master Builders Association (FMBA) points to the growing demand for new

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18 Years And Counting

  18 Years And Counting

Meet Nanise Sigatagitagi, the longest serving staff of Suva Peninsula Hotel. Working for more than 18 years at the hotel

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Students Top Visitor Arrivals

  Students Top Visitor Arrivals

Student arrivals contributed the highest to our annual visitor arrivals last year. There were 18, 263 student arrivals. This is

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