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    Bumble Bee Seeking Tariff Concessions At Levuka Port

Bumble Bee Seeking Tariff Concessions At Levuka Port

PAFCO employs more than 1000 local staff, making it a vital part of Ovalau’s small economy. Bumble Bee Foods, Pacific Fishing Company Limited’s (PAFCO) larg­est customer, says a tariff conces­sion

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    Vijay Singh: Happy To Team Up With Ernie

Vijay Singh: Happy To Team Up With Ernie

Former No.1 and one of Fiji’s greatest sportsmen Vijay Singh has again shown his commitment to his home tournament and signed on for his fifth straight appearance at the Fiji

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    It’s The Last Day, Don’t Miss The Expo

It’s The Last Day, Don’t Miss The Expo

It’s the last day of the Retire­ment Expo. What are you waiting for. Head down to Fiji National Prov­ident Fund Downtown Boulevard. You could have the same experi­ence Matia Tiribo

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    Plan Ahead For Your Retirement

Plan Ahead For Your Retirement

There’s no better time than right now to plan for your retirement. Saving for retire­ment often gets put off as we deal with life’s more pressing demands–marriage, house, children –

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    Uduya Point Apartments To Be Completed In 2019

Uduya Point Apartments To Be Completed In 2019

Hari Punja and Sons Group in partner­ship with Pacific Building Solutions Ltd have announced its latest apart­ment project. Uduya Point Apartments will be a bold, new foreshore apartment building with

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    Pm Talks On Good Governance, Honesty, Accountability, Transparency At  Tailevu Provincial Council Meeting

Pm Talks On Good Governance, Honesty, Accountability, Transparency At Tailevu Provincial Council Meeting

This is the full speech of Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama at the opening of the Tailevu Provincial Council Meeting yesterday. The chairman of the Tailevu Provincial Council, members of the

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    Letters To The Editors, 27th, April, 2018

Letters To The Editors, 27th, April, 2018

Student’s behaviour Iniasi Kaloucava Senikuta, Rewa The behaviour of students at the bus station after school hours is shocking. School hours go until 4pm and even if there are extra-curricular

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    Healthy Diet Keeps Doctors Away

Healthy Diet Keeps Doctors Away

Mother of one Kesaia Dovitaba believes eating right keeps doctors away. Ms Dovitaba, 37 is always ac­companied by her husband Jekope Durinavatu when they turn up at Labasa’s Shop N

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    MP Balmindra Singh’s Trial Date Set

MP Balmindra Singh’s Trial Date Set

FijiFirst Member of Parliament and businessman Balmindra Singh, 46, will have his case heard in the Magis­trates Court in Suva from October 29 to 30, 2018. On December 17, 2017,

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Work Shall Resume On The 1997 Constitution If We Win Majority Seats, Says Rabuka

  Work Shall Resume On The 1997 Constitution If We Win Majority Seats, Says Rabuka

SODELPA leader Sitiveni Rabuka says he wants a re­turn to the 1997 Constitution if the party wins the election. Speaking

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FLP’s Chaudhry Strike Out Application Hearing on May 9

  FLP’s Chaudhry Strike Out Application Hearing on May 9

High Court judge Justice Kamal Kumar will hear the strike out applica­tion advanced by Solicitor-General Sharvada Sharma on May 9,

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Climate Change Affects Vegetable Supplies: Vendor

  Climate Change Affects Vegetable Supplies: Vendor

Rippling effects of climate change are no longer a joke. So says Labasa mar­ket vendor Kuldip Chand of Siberia. Mr

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Never Give Up When Pursuing Career: Artist

  Never Give Up When Pursuing Career: Artist

Stay true to yourself, and al­ways be open to learn more. So says local fashion designer Rosie Emberson-Semisi. “Work hard

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Saravaki feels pinch of recent cyclones

  Saravaki feels pinch of recent cyclones

Lavenia Saravaki is hardly making good returns from her Labasa market stall. This is because the cost of veg­etables is

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Foreign Affairs Clarifies Audit Issues

  Foreign Affairs Clarifies Audit Issues

MP Aseri Radrodro questions issues highlighted in the 2014, 2015 and 2016 Audit reports. The Ministry of Foreign Af­fairs has

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Tailevu Delegates Must Know Truth First To Be Effective

  Tailevu Delegates Must Know Truth First To Be Effective

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama spoke candidly to his people as a true son of Tailevu Province at Nakelo yesterday. He

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We Need to be Smarter in Deployment Strategies: Qiliho

  We Need to be Smarter in Deployment Strategies: Qiliho

“To date, 15 people had lost their lives on our roads, and every time there is a report of a

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Some Traders Accused Of Hoodwinking Consumers: Kumar

  Some Traders Accused Of Hoodwinking Consumers: Kumar

In Labasa, some traders have been found deceiving consumers by making a false promise and fail­ing to deliver goods on

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It’s Time To Deliver, Qiliho Tells Officers

  It’s Time To Deliver, Qiliho Tells Officers

The people of Fiji now expect results and it’s up to us to de­liver Commissioner of Police, Brigadier-General Qiliho Sitiveni

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Suva Lawyer Issued Interim Practising Certificate

  Suva Lawyer Issued Interim Practising Certificate

Defence lawyer Aseri Vakaloloma was issued with an interim practising certificate on Wednesday by the Inde­pendent Legal Services Commissioner Jus­tice

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Man Allegedly Punched Son

  Man Allegedly Punched Son

A 43-year-old man who allegedly as­saulted his son was refused bail in the Nasinu Magistrates Court yes­terday after he appeared

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Lawyer Requests CCTV Footage

  Lawyer Requests CCTV Footage

Legal Aid lawyer Lavinia David yester­day requested for a copy of the Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) footage from the remand facility

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Supreme Court Dismisses Dakuidreketi’s Appeal Application

  Supreme Court Dismisses Dakuidreketi’s Appeal Application

The judge was of the view that the Court of Appeal had dealt with the question of the sentence very

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Damage To Floodgates Poses A Worry: Reddy

  Damage To Floodgates Poses A Worry: Reddy

Minister for Waterways Mahendra Reddy has re­quested members of the public to refrain from vandalising floodgates because replacing them is

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29-Strong Peacekeeping Contingent Leaves For Sinai

  29-Strong Peacekeeping Contingent Leaves For Sinai

Six military officers and 23 other ranks were farewelled at Delta Coy in Nadi. The first Republic of the Fiji

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Double Celebration For Xavier Gold Medallist

  Double Celebration For Xavier Gold Medallist

It was a double celebration for Xavier College’s John Raju when he won the junior boys 1500 metres gold medal

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Proving A Point

  Proving A Point

The Fijians have played in four finals so far, winning Singapore is crucial this weekend Coach Gareth Baber and the

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Safety measures to be emphasised to youths in workplaces

  Safety measures to be emphasised to youths in workplaces

Minister for Employment, Productivity and Industrial Relations Jone Usamate revealed statistics showing that 18 to 24-year-olds were more likely to

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Negligent Officers Will Be Removed: Commissioner

  Negligent Officers Will Be Removed: Commissioner

Special Constables will be removed from the Fiji Police Force if found to be negligent regarding escaped remand prisoners. The

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