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    Robber Put Away For 14 Years

Robber Put Away For 14 Years

  Two men were sentenced by Suva High Court Judge Justice Salesi Temo to long jail terms for their part in an aggravated robbery case. Kaminieli Turagaloaloa, 21, was sentenced

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    Teenager On Sacrilege Charge Remains In Remand

Teenager On Sacrilege Charge Remains In Remand

  A teenager accused of sacrilege was further remanded in the Nasinu Magistrates Court yesterday. Suliano Wainivanua, 19, appeared before Magistrate Sufia Hamza and requested for Legal Aid counsel. Wainivanua

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    1-year Jail Cut To Three Months For Chicken Thief

1-year Jail Cut To Three Months For Chicken Thief

  A 37-year-old man who stole a frozen number 14 chicken valued at $13 from Pack and Save Supermarket in Nausori last year had his sentence reduced on Monday by

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    Police To Probe Mum, Toddlers’ Detention

Police To Probe Mum, Toddlers’ Detention

Fiji Police Force will carry out an internal investigation on the conduct of an investigating officer in relation to the detention of a family for more than eight hours, allegedly

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    Lal Will be First Fijian To Represent Pacific In Commonwealth Students Association

Lal Will be First Fijian To Represent Pacific In Commonwealth Students Association

  Ketan Kirit Lal has become the first Fijian to take up the role of Pacific representative to the Commonwealth Students Association. The 23-year-old Fiji National University student was part

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    Government Commended For The Development Of Schools

Government Commended For The Development Of Schools

  A nation is built on the kind of school, classrooms, teachers and most importantly the kind of education that we teach our children. India’s Minister of State for Ministry

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    Fiji Has Done A Great Job In Hosting  Education Ministers Meeting: Scotland

Fiji Has Done A Great Job In Hosting Education Ministers Meeting: Scotland

This has been an extraordinary meeting, the first ever to be held in the Pacific Islands   Secretary-General to the Commonwealth, Patricia Scotland says Fiji has been remarkable hosts of 

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    Top Student Wants To Be Air Hostess

Top Student Wants To Be Air Hostess

Top student Amete Baselala Bonaveidogo wants to be an air hostess so she can travel and see the world. She is the first recipient of the De­laibatiki Shield and some

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    Parents Tell Of Love Pact With Only Kid

Parents Tell Of Love Pact With Only Kid

Saheed Hussein and wife Rose­lyn Devi loved their only son, Re­han, so much that they told him that they would not have another child. This would allow him to have

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A-G: Nadi Declaration A Significant Document

  A-G: Nadi Declaration A Significant Document

The Nadi Declaration will be a significant document for all Commonwealth nations, says Attorney-General, Aiyaz Sayed-Khai­yum. He made the remark

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$300k Set Aside For Former PMs, President

  $300k Set Aside For Former PMs, President

Close to $300,000 was allocated in the 2017-2018 Budget and distributed be­tween former Prime Ministers and a former President. This

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$1.3 Million For Overseas Treatment

  $1.3 Million For Overseas Treatment

The Fijian Government has al­located $1.3 million to help those families and patients who need overseas treatment. Minister for Health

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Poor Drainage Problem In Nasinu Angers Taxi Owner

  Poor Drainage Problem In Nasinu Angers Taxi Owner

A Makoi taxi owner is calling the Nasinu Town Council to address the drainage problem in Vatoa Road, Nasinu. Lingam

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Candidate List, Manifesto To Be Announced Soon: Rabuka

  Candidate List, Manifesto To Be Announced Soon: Rabuka

Social Democratic Liberal Party (SO­DELPA) will announce its second list of candidates soon. This was confirmed by the party leader

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Military Commander Leads Team In Reaching Out To Less Fortunate

  Military Commander Leads Team In Reaching Out To Less Fortunate

The Commander of the Repub­lic of Fiji Military Forces (RFMF) Rear Admiral Vil­iame Naupoto with the Strategic Headquarters (SHQ) team

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Black Rock Camp Farewells Loyal RFMF Soldiers in Style

  Black Rock Camp Farewells Loyal RFMF Soldiers in Style

More than 30 years of ser­vices for the Republic of Fiji Military Forces per­sonnel Sergeant Lepani Matevaka­loloma and Warrant Officer

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Kennedy Quote Inspires Rishav

  Kennedy Quote Inspires Rishav

Newly-badged Natabua High School headboy Rishav Kar­tik Prasad is being inspired to take up his new role of leader­ship by

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Up in Arms Over Muanikoso Litter

  Up in Arms Over Muanikoso Litter

Residents of Muanikoso settle­ment, in Nasinu, have raised concerns over the improper disposal of rubbish in the area. Speaking to

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China gives $100,000 for Gita relief assistance

  China gives $100,000 for Gita relief assistance

PM: We have emergency personnel on the ground in affected areas distributing relief supplies. Prime Minister Voreqe Bainima­rama has acknowledged

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It’s Never Too Late To Learn, says Adi Taufa

  It’s Never Too Late To Learn, says Adi Taufa

Young daughter drives mother to revisit career in engineering. The saying education has no limit rings true for Adi Taufa

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ANALYSIS: Biman Leaves Chops, Goes Butter

  ANALYSIS: Biman Leaves Chops, Goes Butter

Price of butter has sky rock­eted world over. There was a global increase in the price of butter by 60

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Pieter T, Deach to Perform in Nadi Tonight

  Pieter T, Deach to Perform in Nadi Tonight

New Zealand R&B singer and music producer, Pieter Tuhoro, known on stage as Pieter T, will perform some of his

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Family Mourns Loss of Loved One

  Family Mourns Loss of Loved One

The family of a drowning vic­tim are still trying to under­stand why Lice Naiubi had removed her wedding band before

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Letters To The Editor, 24 February, 2018

  Letters To The Editor, 24 February, 2018

Labasa Bus Stand Sukha Singh, Labasa Can the local authority looking after bus stands come and inspect the Labasa Bus

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EDITORIAL: Long Term Solution To Deal With Shortage Of Midwives Is A School For Specialist Midwives

  EDITORIAL: Long Term Solution To Deal With Shortage Of Midwives Is A School For Specialist Midwives

When there is a shortage of midwives but there are retired midwives taking con­tracts in Nauru and Vanuatu, what is

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Education Starts With Parents and Students, Four Schools Told

  Education Starts With Parents and Students, Four Schools Told

The foundation of good educa­tion is built on an effective partnership between parents and students, four schools have been told.

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From Shoe Shine Boy To Westpac Bank Teller

  From Shoe Shine Boy To Westpac Bank Teller

A former shoe shine and wheel­barrow boy has made huge strides in life as he now enjoys work as a

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Government commended for the development of schools

  Government commended for the development of schools

A nation is built on the kind of school, classrooms, teach­ers and most importantly the kind of education that we

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Lal Will be First Fijian To Represent Pacific In Commonwealth Students Association

  Lal Will be First Fijian To Represent Pacific In Commonwealth Students Association

Ketan Kirit Lal has become the first Fijian to take up the role of Pacific representative to the Commonwealth Students

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