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    Letters To The Editor, 20th May 2018

Letters To The Editor, 20th May 2018

Royalties Simeli Bose, Lautoka I am sure many landowners in Fiji will join me in welcoming the news and con­gratulating the Government for finally, after a long long time, set

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    Editorial: Amazing Five Months Of Rugby Success, Future Looks Bright

Editorial: Amazing Five Months Of Rugby Success, Future Looks Bright

What we have achieved in rugby in the past five months will be hard to surpass. Rugby’s biggest sporting prize, the William Webb-Ellis Cup, could not have arrived in the

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    Climate Change Threatens Food Security: Kolitagane

Climate Change Threatens Food Security: Kolitagane

The agricultural sector’s con­tribution to the Gross Do­mestic Product dropped to just 8 per cent and food imports increased by $100 million after Tropical Cyclone Winston hit Fiji on February

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    Event To Raise Awareness On Cruelty To Animals

Event To Raise Awareness On Cruelty To Animals

An event that aims to raise awareness on cruelty to dogs in Fiji called the Woof Lovers Show will be hosted by the Pacific Animal Shelter and Hospi­tal (Fiji) at

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    Water, Sanitation, Hygiene Boost For Ba School

Water, Sanitation, Hygiene Boost For Ba School

More than 400 school students at the Arya Kanya Pathshala School in Ba, will benefit from a new ablution block which includes toilets, hand washing and shower facilities. The ablution

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    Tudravu Challenges Women Officers

Tudravu Challenges Women Officers

The Fiji Police Women’s Ad­visory Network met last week to discuss ways of ad­vancing women officers within the institution. The network is made up of senior women officers from the

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    Formal Co-operation Plan With Thailand Police

Formal Co-operation Plan With Thailand Police

MEMORANDUM PURSUED TO INCLUDE TRAINING AND PEOPLE-TO-PEOPLE EXCHANGE Memorandum pursued to include training and people-to-people exchange The Commissioner of Police, Brigadier-General Sitiveni Qiliho, who is currently in Bangkok, has held

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    Rotumans Gather For Their Big Day

Rotumans Gather For Their Big Day

THEME: STAND UP ROTUMA AND SEE WHAT OUR FUTURE IS LIKE (HAGUA ROTUMA TIOR’AKIA’OU AVA) Hundreds of Rotumans in Suva gathered at the FMF National Gymnasium yesterday to cel­ebrate Rotuma

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    Krishna Turns Spectator For Final

Krishna Turns Spectator For Final

While he’s more accustomed to taking part in big finals, today Roy Krishna will be watching from the stands – and he’s looking forward to it. Roy Krishna, one of

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Blues Aim To End On High

  Blues Aim To End On High

The Vodafone Lautoka Foot­ball team is ready to put behind its 0-6 loss and come up with an improved performance

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Veiuto Wins Smith Trophy

  Veiuto Wins Smith Trophy

Veiuto Primary School Un­der-13 rugby team won the Smith Family Trophy yes­terday. This was after they defeated de­fending champions Dudley

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Ba, Tavua Warm Up

  Ba, Tavua Warm Up

Tavua plan to lift their game in the Vodafone Fijian FACT this week. Currently on the bottom of the table

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Blues Eye Third FACT Title

  Blues Eye Third FACT Title

The Benamino Mateinaqara cap­tained Lautoka football team will be using their return match of the OFC Champions League final against

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Celebrating Success In Lodoni

  Celebrating Success In Lodoni

Proper planning and instill­ing a positive mind-set is the secret behind the success of the Ratu Kadavulevu School sports teams.

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Maroons Remain Unbeaten

  Maroons Remain Unbeaten

The Osea Umuumulovo-coached Tropik Pine Lauto­ka Maroons beat Nanuku­loa 26-6 in the Vodafone Vanua Championship at the Nadovu Park yesterday.

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Suva Wallops Navosa

  Suva Wallops Navosa

Suva 60( Jonathan Petueli 2 tries,Jone Manu 2 con, Elia Canaika 1 try, Watisoni Se­vutia 1 try, Seveci Naisilisili 1

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Voka Leads Charge For Namosi

  Voka Leads Charge For Namosi

Namosi won their first match in the fourth round of the Skipper Cup Premiership defeating Rewa 24-15 at Thomson Park,

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Support Women, Vodo Pleads

  Support Women, Vodo Pleads

Talica Vodo calls for more support from members of the public towards women’s competition in the Skipper Cup Premier­ship. The

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Malolo Women Too Strong

  Malolo Women Too Strong

The Cloud 9 Malolo women rugby team defeated Jack’s Nadi 26- 7 under intense heat at Prince Charles Park yesterday.

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Stallions.Just!

  Stallions.Just!

The BLK Nadroga edged Naitasiri in the Skipper Cup Premiership 15-14 at the Ratu Cakobau Park in Nausori yesterday. What

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SUVA LEAD BY ONE

  SUVA LEAD BY ONE

SKIPPER CUP DRAMA – AFTER ROUND 4 Nadroga escape with a 1-point victory over Naitasiri at Nausori’s Ratu Cakobau Park

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Lautoka Carnival Eyes $150K For Projects

  Lautoka Carnival Eyes $150K For Projects

Organisers of the Hasmat Investment Lautoka Farm­ers Carnival aim to raise $150,000 from the event for their projects in 2018.

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Former Cashier Realises Law Dream

  Former Cashier Realises Law Dream

  Jennifer Begum dropped out of university stud­ies because of financial constraints in 2007, but she always knew she’d have

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JICA President Praises PM For Remarkable Leadership

  JICA President Praises PM For Remarkable Leadership

Mr Kitaoka told Mr Bainimarama that he was impressed by the increasing visibility of the Pacific on the global stage

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Japan Offers Protection From Illegal Fishing

  Japan Offers Protection From Illegal Fishing

Japan will continue to assist the Pa­cific Island coun­tries in improv­ing their capacity to protect their waters from illegal fishing,

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Consider Fijian Products, Bainimarama Urges Japan

  Consider Fijian Products, Bainimarama Urges Japan

Abe pledges direct engagement with Japan’s Pacific counterparts. Prime Minister Voreqe Baini­marama has urged Japan to seriously consider giving products

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14 Countries Support Sanctions On NKorea

  14 Countries Support Sanctions On NKorea

All 14 Pa­cific Island countries have agreed to stand with Ja­pan and imple­ment the United Nations sanctions placed on nuclear-armed

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Pacific Islands Institutes Of Accountants Sign MOU

  Pacific Islands Institutes Of Accountants Sign MOU

  A Memorandum of Understanding was yesterday signed between the Fiji Institute of Accountants and their counterparts from Papua New

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Parents, Run Stalls To Help Daughters

  Parents, Run Stalls To Help Daughters

  Proud parents Naren and Suman Sharma showed their support for their daughter by operating a stall during the week-long

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