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    4 men sentenced for Nakasi service station murder

4 men sentenced for Nakasi service station murder

Four men charged with the death of a 21-year-old man in Nakasi in February 2016 were sentenced in the High Court in Suva yesterday. The accused men: Alipate Naimoso, was

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    Man Remanded for Alleged Defilement

Man Remanded for Alleged Defilement

21-year-old man alleged to have defiled a 14-year-old student was produced in the Nausori Magistrates Court yesterday.The accused is charged with one count of defilement and one count of abduction.

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    Retirement Expo Extended By Popular Demand

Retirement Expo Extended By Popular Demand

Expo at Downtown Boulevard in Suva will open today from 9am to 3pm. The Financial Literacy Working Group organised Retirement Expo has been extended to today, Saturday April 28, be­cause

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    Break-Ins A concern For Businesses

Break-Ins A concern For Businesses

Exasperated Nausori business people yesterday ex­pressed their concerns and disappointment on the number of break-ins happening in the Nausori Mar­ket. This comes after four shops at the market were broken-into.

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    Motorbike To Assist In Mobility: Rokogu

Motorbike To Assist In Mobility: Rokogu

It was a proud moment for Constable Viliame Rokogu when he was given a motorbike to assist him in patrol­ling and crime investigations. The 41-year-old Constable, from Wailevu, Cakaudrove, is

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    Bainimarama gets surprise birthday visit

Bainimarama gets surprise birthday visit

It was an early morning surprise for the Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama yesterday. The Commander of the Republic of Fiji Military Forces Rear Admiral Viliame Naupoto led his senior officers and

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    Teachers, Families Meet To Focus On Spiritual Development Of Students

Teachers, Families Meet To Focus On Spiritual Development Of Students

Teachers from 44 Catholic primary schools and 12 Catholic secondary schools from all over Fiji attended the conference with their families. Fiji Catholic Teachers Asso­ciation (FCTA) president Pet­ero Salele Kubunavanua

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    Debut For Paul

Debut For Paul

Keponi Paul will make his debut for Fiji in the World Sevens Series in Singapore today. Fiji Airways Fijian 7s coach Gareth Baber named the Suva Police officer in the

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    Search For Mother Of ‘Abandoned’ Baby Continues

Search For Mother Of ‘Abandoned’ Baby Continues

Police are still trying to locate a young mother who abandoned her newborn baby girl at the La­basa market on Tuesday. Police spokesperson Inspector Jokatama Qio said the iTaukei mother

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Rape Accused Duo Fronts In Court

  Rape Accused Duo Fronts In Court

Two men charged with the al­leged assault and rape of a 24-year-old woman in Lami last year appeared before High

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Further Remand For 5 Men Accused Of Assaulting Police Officer

  Further Remand For 5 Men Accused Of Assaulting Police Officer

They face two counts of act with intent to cause grievous harm and aggravated robbery. The five accused men who

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Part One: Why is Conflict Resolution So Important in a Workplace

  Part One: Why is Conflict Resolution So Important in a Workplace

I would like to begin this col­umn by highlighting the fact that wherever there are people there is always the

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Kerevi To Lead Reds Again

  Kerevi To Lead Reds Again

Fijian-born Wallabies centre Samu Kerevi is going to lead the Reds in today’s Super Rugby clash against Lions at the

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How To Build Your Personal Brand?

  How To Build Your Personal Brand?

When you hear the words MacDonalds or Disney I imagine certain images come to mind. When you go into a

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Movick Gets Nod for Youth Olympics

  Movick Gets Nod for Youth Olympics

Ernest Movick of the Fiji Hockey Federation has been appointed as a technical of­ficial at the 3rd Youth Olympic Games

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Smuggling And Why It Can Be Dangerous

  Smuggling And Why It Can Be Dangerous

The reasons for smuggling goods var­ies, though it is always nefarious. Governments enact blanket laws to tackle undeclared goods being

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Allen, Iniga Unite To Boost Marist FC

  Allen, Iniga Unite To Boost Marist FC

Wily coach unveils veteran midfielder as his secret weapon against Blues Marist FC head coach Jerry Allen is adamant that

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Courts Re-Launches LG Brand In Fiji market

  Courts Re-Launches LG Brand In Fiji market

LG stands for Life’s Good and is a pop­ular brand that does not need intro­duction. Courts’ association with LG reflects

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Tracing Hopgood’s Time in Fiji

  Tracing Hopgood’s Time in Fiji

Peter Hopgood, the Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort general manager, is set to va­cate his position on July 16. In his

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Maximo Out For Rewa

  Maximo Out For Rewa

Rewa will miss the services of striker Diego Maximo when they play Labasa tomorrow in the Vodafone Premier League. This

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Lomaiviti Party For Eileen

  Lomaiviti Party For Eileen

The Lomaiviti Provincial Council hosted a tea party for Eileen Cikamatana in Levuka yesterday. Council delegates took time off from

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Highlanders Clean Sweep

  Highlanders Clean Sweep

Tuva Highlanders made a clean sweep in the in­augural Nadroga Rugby Union Super 8 franchise grand finals at the Lawaqa

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Climate Change Causes Huge Infrastructure Damage

  Climate Change Causes Huge Infrastructure Damage

The impacts of Climate Change are now slowly being understood by profession­al engineers and other disciplines as more and more

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Annual Trade Deficit Stable as Export Growth Outpaces Imports

  Annual Trade Deficit Stable as Export Growth Outpaces Imports

International trade is defined as the exchange of goods, services and capital between trading partner countries and regions. It measures

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Cybercrime, Cyber Safety, Cyber Resilience

  Cybercrime, Cyber Safety, Cyber Resilience

Building cyber awareness is critical, given the increas­ingly complex and evolving nature of cybercrime generally and in the Pacific. Detective

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Chinese Community Celebrate Ching Ming Festival

  Chinese Community Celebrate Ching Ming Festival

  The Chinese community in Suva has observed the celebration of the Ching Ming (Qingming) Festival, also known as Tomb-Sweeping

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Symposium Highlights Lack Of Resources

  Symposium Highlights Lack Of Resources

Even though we have faced hardships and constraints, it doesn’t stop us from doing our work: Wainiqolo   The Fiji

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Opinion: Unemployment Rate Not Realistic

  Opinion: Unemployment Rate Not Realistic

Unemployment is a very useful indicator of the general health of the economy and, more specifically, the incomes that support

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OHS Officials To Investigate Burned MH Warehouse

  OHS Officials To Investigate Burned MH Warehouse

  The Minister for Employment, Productivity and Industrial Relations Jone Usamate said Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) officials would be

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