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    Letters To The Editor 07/05/2018

Letters To The Editor 07/05/2018

Kasikasi Gay Maxwell, Sigatoka While the whales, sharks, dolphins, wahoo, walu, donu, turtles, kawakawa etc are working hard at their jobs and helping those affected by sadness, loss, trauma, cyclones,

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    RKS Head Stood Down For Allegedly Administering Corporal Punishment

RKS Head Stood Down For Allegedly Administering Corporal Punishment

The principal of Ratu Kadavulevu School (RKS), Peni Senikarawa, has been stood down pending investigations over corporal punishment claims. Mr Senikarawa is on full pay and stays at his quarters

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     Education Changes Will Help Us To Be More Efficient And Get Results

 Education Changes Will Help Us To Be More Efficient And Get Results

  Today is the start of the second term for prima­ry and secondary schools. Classes will begin today, not tomorrow. This is the first year it is happening. Previously, Monday

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    This Must Not be Condoned

This Must Not be Condoned

This is an edited version of Nemani Delaibatiki’s My Say in the 4 The Record FBC TV programme last night. Another Police officer has been hurt in an alleged attack

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    Ministry Monitors Hospital’s Sewer System

Ministry Monitors Hospital’s Sewer System

The Ministry of Health and Medical Services said the Na­vua Hospital’s sewer system was routinely monitored by the Di­visional Medical Officer Central Dr Dave Whippy (DMOC), Chief Health Inspector Dip

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    Attack Suspect In Custody

Attack Suspect In Custody

Acting Commissioner of Police Rusiate Tudravu has reiterated and issued a stern warning to the general public to respect the law and officers of the law. This comes after a

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    Now For Nadi

Now For Nadi

Our task ahead is to reinvent the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and meet the challenges of a transforming Asia and the Pacific. These were the words of the ADB President

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    Mine Death Probe Pending

Mine Death Probe Pending

Full investigations into the Vatukoula Gold Mine incident causing the death of a miner last week are yet to be completed. FBC reported that the Permanent Secretary for Mineral Resources

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    Nabouwalu Town Upgrade Ready: Bala

Nabouwalu Town Upgrade Ready: Bala

  Minister for Local Government,Urban Development,Housing and Environment Parveen Bala says they are ready to begin work with the Nabouwalu township in Bua, Vanua Levu. During his visit to Labasa,

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Resort Fiji Launches Fiji’s First Modern Vegetarian Restaurant

  Resort Fiji Launches Fiji’s First Modern Vegetarian Restaurant

Every Vegetarian’s dream is now in Fiji as the Radisson Blu Resort Fiji officially launched Fiji’s First Modern Vegetarian Restaurant

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Termite Emergency Areas Declared

  Termite Emergency Areas Declared

Areas around Lautoka in the Western Division have been declared Biosecurity Emer­gency Areas for Asian Subterrane­an Termites (Coptotermes gestroi). This

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Homebrew Victim Still In Hospital

  Homebrew Victim Still In Hospital

An 18-year-old student is still admit­ted at the Vunisea Hospital in Kada­vu after she complained of stomach ache and vomiting.

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Three Juveniles Arrested For Alleged Robbing Family

  Three Juveniles Arrested For Alleged Robbing Family

Quick action by Police officers in the Southern Division led to the arrest of three juveniles alleged to have as­saulted

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Acting PM Koya At Prayer Event

  Acting PM Koya At Prayer Event

As Fiji is set to hold national elections later this year, people will be confronted with old forces that seek

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10-Man Ba Bounce To Hold Suva

  10-Man Ba Bounce To Hold Suva

The courageous 10-man Ba team fought back a 2 nil deficit to draw 2-2 with Signs Supplies Suva in the

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Rewa Too Strong For Tavua At Garvey Park

  Rewa Too Strong For Tavua At Garvey Park

Rewa thrashed Tavua 3-0 in the Vodafone Premier League match at Garvey Park in Tavua yesterday. What happened: Tavua defended

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WBF Title Fight For Nawai

  WBF Title Fight For Nawai

  Fiji’s undefeated middleweight boxer Sili­veni Nawai will fight Beau O’Brien of New Zealand in Nadi on June 23. The

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Labasa Festival Helps Ba Victims

  Labasa Festival Helps Ba Victims

The Vodafone Festival of the Friendly North committee on Friday handed over a cheque of $5000 to assist the flood

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Bala Visits Vendors, Hears Grievances

  Bala Visits Vendors, Hears Grievances

Labasa market vendors were happy to see Minister for Local Government, Housing, Environment, Infrastruc­ture and Transport Parveen Bala pay a

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Gender, Rights, Inclusivity Top Talks

  Gender, Rights, Inclusivity Top Talks

The COP23 Fijian presidency is placing great emphasis on gender equality, human rights and inclusivity in its discus­sions as it

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FRA Targets Ride Quality, Road Safety

  FRA Targets Ride Quality, Road Safety

The Fiji Roads Authority (FRA) has successfully com­pleted rehabilitation works on various sections of the Kings Road. FRA general manager

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Chand, Louis Want Rematch

  Chand, Louis Want Rematch

  Navosa slugger Abhay Chand wants to fight and is looking for op­ponents here and abroad. Chand, 38, made the

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Fiji’s 7s # 1 Fan

  Fiji’s 7s # 1 Fan

Even in a nation famously fanatical about ice hockey, one Fijian sports fan took his love for sevens rugby to

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Prasad Quartet Win 16 Gold

  Prasad Quartet Win 16 Gold

Revesby Workers Swim Club from Australia took part for the first time with four swimmers at the Fiji Swimming Long

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Barracuda Swimmers Top National Championship

  Barracuda Swimmers Top National Championship

Seventeen swimmers from Barracuda Swimming Club have met the qualifying time to represent the country next month at the Oceania

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