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    EXAMINE YOUR CYCLONE PREPAREDNESS- NDMO

EXAMINE YOUR CYCLONE PREPAREDNESS- NDMO

The National Disaster Management Office is advising the general public to examine their level of cyclone preparedness and to ensure that families and properties are cyclone ready in the face

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    Letters To The Editor, February 10th 2018

Letters To The Editor, February 10th 2018

Unforgiving beginning Amrit Singh, Nausori 2018 has started with a bang. I must say I am overwhelmed and shocked to what 2018 has to offer. Since a day old 2018

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    Letter Of The Week

Letter Of The Week

Countering fake news Fake news has become a controversial, highly contested issue. But in the public discourse, “fake news” is often used to refer to several different phenomena. The lack

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    Truth, The First Casualty Of  Misinformation, Fake News

Truth, The First Casualty Of Misinformation, Fake News

Villagers from supposedly 11 villages in a province are incensed over what they heard about a foreign group doing some sort of development work on their land. Following a visit

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    Mariners Advised To Take Necessary Safety Precautions

Mariners Advised To Take Necessary Safety Precautions

With the strong wind still in place mariners are advised to take the necessary safety precautions and small boat operators must put off all unnecessary travel.  In the Northern Division,

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    Parents & Guardians Reminded Of Their Children’s Safety

Parents & Guardians Reminded Of Their Children’s Safety

Parents and guardians are once again reminded that we will not hesitate to lay charges of negligence in the event a child falls victim to any harm during the adverse

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    A-G Greets UN Human Rights High Commissioner

A-G Greets UN Human Rights High Commissioner

The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein with Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum at the Grand Pacific Hotel in Suva on February 9, 2018. The High Commissioner

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    EDITORIAL: Congratulations Roy And Naziah On Their Wedding Plans

EDITORIAL: Congratulations Roy And Naziah On Their Wedding Plans

Our story of the upcoming wedding of power couple, Wellington Phoenix striker Roy Krishna and Mai Life magazine publisher Naziah Ali is an inspiring one. These two lovebirds remind us that

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    IMF Praises Govt’s Winston Work, Polices

IMF Praises Govt’s Winston Work, Polices

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has praised Government’s “prompt and effective response to Cyclone Winston with well-designed policies that supported the economy’s strong recovery.” On February 5, the IMF executive

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TD08F Tracks Back To Fiji, TD07F Named TC Gita

  TD08F Tracks Back To Fiji, TD07F Named TC Gita

Tropical Depression (TD08F) and associated trough, cloud and rain continues to affect the country. Over the last 24 hours, it

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Report Of Magistrate See’s Termination ‘Mischievous’

  Report Of Magistrate See’s Termination ‘Mischievous’

Chief Justice Anthony Gates has labelled a news article by media company, Islands Business, that Magistrate Andrew See’s contract was

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Attorney-General Urges People To Be Honest In Dealings

  Attorney-General Urges People To Be Honest In Dealings

There was a hive of activity at two remote schools in the Central Division yesterday when the Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum

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New Govt Ship To Boost Relief Work, Hospital Services

  New Govt Ship To Boost Relief Work, Hospital Services

A new Government multipurpose vessel is expected to be arriving from Malaysia soon. The director Government Shipping Services (GSS) Josese

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Road accident claims the life of Rokoua

  Road accident claims the life of Rokoua

The second fatal road accident in as many days has claimed the life of a woman early yesterday morning. Patricia

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Party Policy Clash

  Party Policy Clash

SODELPA leader Sitiveni Rabuka has contradicted general secretary Adi Litia Qionibaravi’s statement on the party’s social media policy. Mr Rabuka

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19-year-old On Sacrilege Charge

  19-year-old On Sacrilege Charge

A 19-year-old appeared in the Nasinu Magistrates Court yesterday charged with one count of sacrilege. The accused, Suliano Wainivanua, allegedly

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Solar energy lights up Qumusea District School

  Solar energy lights up Qumusea District School

Qumusea District School in Naduri, Macuata, have a so­lar system to supply it with power for 24 hours. Before the

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Pictures Yes, Interview No!

  Pictures Yes, Interview No!

  Jasper Williams High School yesterday told the media that they could only take pictures at Churchill Park. But they

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School Heads Ready for Leadership Challenges

  School Heads Ready for Leadership Challenges

Newly appointed head pre­fects of Qumusea District School in Macuata are ready for the challenges ahead of them. The headboy

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A Global Icon Who Can Inspire Us Here

  A Global Icon Who Can Inspire Us Here

There is perhaps no global fashion icon as consistently wild, untameable, and ex­pressive as Iris Apfel. She is the queen

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Tuvatu Gold Expected to Get Further $140m

  Tuvatu Gold Expected to Get Further $140m

Lion One Metals expects to invest a further $140 million into its Tuvatu Gold Project by the end of 2019.

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Christina Vows To Uphold School Motto

  Christina Vows To Uphold School Motto

As the newly inducted head­girl of Lautoka Methodist Primary School adjust to her new role, Christina Tubakilau believes she is

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The Power of Education: Learning Must Never Stop

  The Power of Education: Learning Must Never Stop

Education is not about how much we know; it is truly about how well we know. In my various corporate

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Land Development Is Critical to Tourism Growth

  Land Development Is Critical to Tourism Growth

NRA asset, but are the responsibility of the devel­oper to build. The same thing usually applies to Fiji Electricity Authority

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Headgirl’s Mum Wants To Build A Special School

  Headgirl’s Mum Wants To Build A Special School

The emotional mother of Suva Special School headgirl Asenaca Ranadi has a vision to build a special school for the

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Trade Facilitation at Our Borders

  Trade Facilitation at Our Borders

Steady increases in trade volumes and complexity in recent years have sig­nificantly changed the operating en­vironment for the international trading

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Christopher Minimbi Leads Charge

  Christopher Minimbi Leads Charge

Marist Brothers’ High School’s (MBHS) newly-appointed head prefect Christopher Minimbi yesterday called on his peers to work togeth­er in achieving

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ADB Commits to Aid For Trade

  ADB Commits to Aid For Trade

Good afternoon your excel­lencies, distinguished col­leagues and friends: On behalf of the Asian Devel­opment Bank (ADB), I welcome you all

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Broken or Low Sagging Power Lines

  Broken or Low Sagging Power Lines

The Fiji Electricity Author­ity (FEA) is requesting the members of the public that in the event they notice a broken

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