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    Minister Bala Clarifies Stall Fees Waiver

Minister Bala Clarifies Stall Fees Waiver

He said Tropical Cyclone Josie had a direct impact on the Western and Northern markets, where some of the town markets were under water.   Market fees for vendors in

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    Reef Explorer Offering Climate Change, Marine Volunteer Opportunities

Reef Explorer Offering Climate Change, Marine Volunteer Opportunities

  Looking for an opportunity to broaden your knowledge on your career pathway, Reef Explorer is giving aspiring climate change officers, marine scientist or ocean related field an opportunity to

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    FNPF Partners With Reserve Bank And Financial Institutions For Retirement Expo

FNPF Partners With Reserve Bank And Financial Institutions For Retirement Expo

  More than 20,000 people over 55 years of age have no money saved in their Fiji National Provident Fund (FNPF) accounts, statistics show. Some 300,000 people – around 73

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    Executive Chefs Assist NTPC Review Programme

Executive Chefs Assist NTPC Review Programme

  The National Training & Productiv­ity Centre’s (NTPC) National Trade Test Department (NTTD) has teamed up with top executive chefs from around the country to ensure that its review of

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    Roadside Markets Fail To Deter Grandmother

Roadside Markets Fail To Deter Grandmother

  Naimasimasi grandmother cum market vendor, Vani Nabalewa is feeling the brunt of the many roadside markets along the main highways. Ms Nabalewa, 62, who travels from Naimasimasi says selling

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    Vuniwaqa: Support Online, Sex Offenders Bills

Vuniwaqa: Support Online, Sex Offenders Bills

  Minister for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation Mereseini Vuniwaqa has called on Parliament to support the Online Safety Bill and the Registration of Sex Offenders Bill. The two Bills

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    Fiji Sun Awards Easter Competition Winners

Fiji Sun Awards Easter Competition Winners

  Nine winners of the Fiji Sun’s Easter weekend promotion winners were able to walk away with a variety of prizes yesterday. Sudesh Mani, originally of Galao, in Rakiraki was

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    Issachar Reappointed SPTO Deputy Chairperson

Issachar Reappointed SPTO Deputy Chairperson

  The South Pacific Tourism Organisa­tion board of directors reappointed the Director from Vanuatu, Adela Is­sachar to be the Deputy Chairperson. She was reappointed at the first Board of Directors’

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     COWARDS BEHIND FAKE PROFILES: A-G

 COWARDS BEHIND FAKE PROFILES: A-G

    Acting Prime Min­ister and Attor­ney-General Ai­yaz Sayed-Khaiyum has called on Opposition members of Parlia­ment to stop spreading lies and support­ing fake news on social media. Delivering his ministerial

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Shopper Warns Others Of Sales Gimmick

  Shopper Warns Others Of Sales Gimmick

Do not be enticed by sales when out shopping so says housewife Sonia Soakia. Originally from the Friendly Islands of

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Ex-MP Seeks Non-Custodial Sentence

  Ex-MP Seeks Non-Custodial Sentence

  A lawyer for former Member of Par­liament Mosese Bulitavu, who has been found guilty of sedition, re­quested a non-custodial

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Woman, 50, Flees Fire In Time

  Woman, 50, Flees Fire In Time

  A woman was evacuated in time before a fire destroyed a flat and damaged three others at the Ba

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Vendors Struggle To Make Profit From Sales

  Vendors Struggle To Make Profit From Sales

  Prices of vegetables have increased because of recent flash floods that wreaked vegetable gardens and farms across parts of

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Council To Hold Workshop In Labasa

  Council To Hold Workshop In Labasa

The Consumer Council of Fiji will conduct a workshop in Labasa on April 24, 2018, with the theme “Strengthening consumer

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RFMF Sends Additional Troops To Island

  RFMF Sends Additional Troops To Island

An additional 25 military person­nel have been deployed to assist with rehabilitation works on Ka­davu. They arrived on board the

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