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    Raj on Raid at Commission: No One is Above the Law

Raj on Raid at Commission: No One is Above the Law

The Fiji Human Rights and Anti-Discrimination Commission director Ashwin Raj has stated that no one is above the law. His comments come after the Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption (FICAC)

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    Commission expects to file charges  against traders on Monday

Commission expects to file charges against traders on Monday

Joel Abraham has confirmed that charges will be filed against some traders on Monday in relation to the Government’s Cyclone Assistance Relief Effort (CARE) initiative. The Fijian Competition and Consumer

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    Police probe death of fishing crew member

Police probe death of fishing crew member

Police are investigating the death of the crew member of a fishing vessel in Fijian waters. It is understood to be a 26-year-old Indonesian national. Police spokesperson Ana Naisoro said

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    Analysis: Islamophobia Still Rife in Communities

Analysis: Islamophobia Still Rife in Communities

While the hate on Muslims has taken a nosedive on social media, it is sadly still rife in our communities. Unfortunately, Islamophobia has become a reality in Fiji. Nobody will

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    Lautoka driver charged with causing death

Lautoka driver charged with causing death

A driver in Lautoka was granted bail yesterday by the Lautoka Magistrates Court. Pravin Sewak, appearing before Magistrate Bandula Gunaratne, is charged with one count of occasioning death by dangerous

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    Resign, Poll Says

Resign, Poll Says

Fiji Sun – Razor Poll: 2/6/2018 FIJI SUN Sitiveni Rabuka should resign as SODELPA leader until the outcome of his court case is decided,  a majority of people told the

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    Time for the world to see Fijian fashion: Tongan star

Time for the world to see Fijian fashion: Tongan star

It is time for the Pacific includ­ing Fijian fashion to be seen by the world and having the inau­gural Bottega God Fijian Fashion Festival is the right pathway. The inaugural

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    Fashion Takes Centre Stage

Fashion Takes Centre Stage

Last night, the city of Suva be­came the global centre for Pa­cific Fashion. Though this is something the Fash­ion Council of Fiji and Bottega Gold Fijian Fashion Festival aims to

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    Daughters Inspire  Fairfax Work Of Art

Daughters Inspire Fairfax Work Of Art

Rachel Fairfax wowed the crowd last night with her show-stopping style as models showcased her best work of art on the catwalk at the Grand Pacific Hotel. But unbeknownst to

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Don’t Let Court Down: Judge Tells Three After Suspending Their Sentences

  Don’t Let Court Down: Judge Tells Three After Suspending Their Sentences

Three Galoa men convicted of stealing from a for­eign national at Pacific Harbour between April 9 and 10, 2016, were

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Accused, 73, Granted Bail In Alleged Case of Rape, Indecent Assault of Family Members

  Accused, 73, Granted Bail In Alleged Case of Rape, Indecent Assault of Family Members

A 73-year-old man alleged to have raped his biological daughter, impregnated her and raped the child that she gave birth

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Pacific Islanders Gain Skills From 4-Week Training

  Pacific Islanders Gain Skills From 4-Week Training

Twenty-seven-year-old Mar­gret Gelua of the Papua New Guinea Defence Force (PNGDF) said the four weeks Pa­cific Physical Training Instructors Course

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EDITORIAL: Laws Have Changed For The Better

  EDITORIAL: Laws Have Changed For The Better

Repealing the Probation of Offenders Act which was passed in the 1950s and replacing it with the Community-Based Corrections Act

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ANALYSIS: Sitiveni Rabuka’s Woes Not Going Away Easily

  ANALYSIS: Sitiveni Rabuka’s Woes Not Going Away Easily

The outcome of the latest Fiji Sun-Razor opinion poll has added weight to an internal SODELPA move to discuss the

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Letters To The Editor, 2nd, June, 2018

  Letters To The Editor, 2nd, June, 2018

Half-way mark Floyd Robinson, Nasinu June has arrived again, reaching the half-way mark of 2018. It seems like New Year’s

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Indian Cultural Centre Changes Name

  Indian Cultural Centre Changes Name

The Indian Cultural Centre has now been renamed to Swami Vivekananda Cul­tural Centre. The official ceremony was done on Thursday

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Nakched Does It Again

  Nakched Does It Again

Our regular letter contributor, Satish Nakched, has once again won a prize for his outstanding and insightful writing. Mr Nakched

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Erasito, Yalimaiwai Impress

  Erasito, Yalimaiwai Impress

Hefu Erasito, 14, and Tema­fa Yalimaiwai 16, are out to make a mark for Marist Brothers High School in the

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Macuata Rural Carpenters Learn To ‘Build Back Better’

  Macuata Rural Carpenters Learn To ‘Build Back Better’

More than 30 participants in northern Macuata completed a two-week ‘build back better’ rural carpentry training course on Friday, June

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Young New 400m Freestyle Record

  Young New 400m Freestyle Record

David Young sets a new record in the 400metres freestyle during the Na­tional Schools Swimming Champi­onship at the Damodar City

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Govt Help Timely, Says Single Father

  Govt Help Timely, Says Single Father

Single parent father, Waisea Rovi, would do anything to protect his children from harms way. He even quit his job

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Our Anti-Nuclear Stand Gets Praised

  Our Anti-Nuclear Stand Gets Praised

Fiji has been praised for its stand on anti-nuclear by a university student in Aus­tralia. Dimity Hawkins, a PhD student

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Bollywood Celeb Returns To Promote Fiji To Indian Market

  Bollywood Celeb  Returns To Promote Fiji To Indian Market

Tourism Fiji is happy to an­nounce the arrival of well-known Bollywood actress Ileana D’Cruz who is returning to Fiji as

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Post-Mortem Conducted On Seven-Year-Old

  Post-Mortem Conducted On Seven-Year-Old

The post-mortem ex­amination of a seven-year-old drowning victim was conducted yes­terday. This was confirmed by Po­lice spokesperson Ana Nai­soro. “The

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Ofa Wins Gold For Natabua

  Ofa Wins Gold For Natabua

Ofa Lagonilakeba, 13, broke the five-year 50m record set by Sylvia Nasario af­ter she stopped the clock at 35.40 seconds

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Debt Imposes Many Limitations That We Must Respect

  Debt Imposes Many Limitations That We Must Respect

This is a statement issued by the Unity Fiji party leader Savenaca Narube. The views and opinions expressed in the

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Seven Fijian ‘Sea Riders’ Head For RIMPAC Onboard HMAS Adelaide

  Seven Fijian ‘Sea Riders’ Head For RIMPAC Onboard HMAS Adelaide

Republic of Fiji Military Forces personnel boarded Her Majesty’s Australian Ship (HMAS) Adelaide as sea riders on May 27, 2018

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Mum Keeps Me Swimming

  Mum Keeps Me Swimming

Jodie-Ana Puamau was on the verge of giv­ing up swimming. But it was the words of encouragement from her mother

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Burchell Officiates At The Pacific Libraries Summit

  Burchell Officiates At The Pacific Libraries Summit

The importance of having a library in any society was yesterday reiterated to par­ticipants during the Pacific Librar­ies Summit. The

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