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    Farmer’s Happy Moments Turned Fatal

Farmer’s Happy Moments Turned Fatal

Farmer, Tevita Vakayadra’s plans to spend time with his children at the Vodafone Festival of the Friendly North in Labasa this weekend will not happen. Mr Vakayadra, 36, a farmer

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    Qarase Backs PM On Teacher Appointment

Qarase Backs PM On Teacher Appointment

Laisenia Qarase has endorsed Prime Min­ister Voreqe Bainimarama’s statement on the appointment of teachers to Methodist schools. The former PM said principals and headteach­ers were picked on merit. He is

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    Methodist Church Debt Free: Qoro

Methodist Church Debt Free: Qoro

The Methodist Church in Fiji and Rotuma is debt free. This was revealed by board member of the Lako Yani Management Limited (LYML), Sereana Qoro, dur­ing the Methodist Church’s Bose

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    HOPE’s $10/Hour Proposal ‘Irresponsible’: Hazelman

HOPE’s $10/Hour Proposal ‘Irresponsible’: Hazelman

The Fiji Commerce and Employers Federation says that having a minimum wage of $10 an hour is an “irresponsible” proposal as it would become unsustainable for Fiji’s economy. Federation chief

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    Alleged Clinic Robbers Case Transferred To High Court

Alleged Clinic Robbers Case Transferred To High Court

Two 22-year-old men alleged to have robbed a medical clinic in Nadera on August 20, 2018, had their case transferred to the High Court in Suva yesterday. Maika Tovagone and

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    Colonel Gadai Set Record In Sinai

Colonel Gadai Set Record In Sinai

Republic of Fiji Military Forces new Land Force Commander Colonel Manoa Gadai was the Commanding Officer of the Fiji Battalion in Sinai in 2013 and set a record that challenged

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    Katonitabua: 90% of Kawakawa, Donu Breeding Sites Lost

Katonitabua: 90% of Kawakawa, Donu Breeding Sites Lost

More than 90 per cent of Fiji’s known kawakawa and donu breeding sites are either declining or have been lost. This was revealed by the acting Permanent Secretary for Fisheries,

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    Usamate Warns Illegal Foreign Employment Agencies

Usamate Warns Illegal Foreign Employment Agencies

Any company or person who wishes to send Fijian workers for overseas employment must first register with the Employment Ministry and obtain necessary approval from the Permanent Secretary for Employment

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    Fires Spread to Fiji Airports Facilities Can Disrupt Flights

Fires Spread to Fiji Airports Facilities Can Disrupt Flights

Fiji Airports is urging the public to refrain from setting fires near their facilities. This is after a suspected arson on a sugarcane field occurred near Fiji Airports facilities on

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Saneem Explains NADRA; Slams Parties For ‘Incorrect Basis’

  Saneem Explains NADRA; Slams Parties For ‘Incorrect Basis’

The involvement of the Nation­al Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) with Fiji’s elections was brought up dur­ing discussions conducted by

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Elderly Population Projected To Grow To 170,500 By 2050

  Elderly Population Projected To Grow To 170,500 By 2050

The number of older persons from 60 years of age in the country is projected to grow to 170,500 by

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Church Event Raises $500K

  Church Event Raises $500K

The Methodist Church in Fiji and Rotuma was able to col­lect more than $500,000 dur­ing last week’s Festival of Praise

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Analysis: Indian ID Tag Is Racial Profiling, Needs To Go

  Analysis: Indian ID Tag Is Racial Profiling, Needs To Go

One identification tag says Fiji Indian Division. Another says Fiji Indian Circuit. The ID for Indo-Fijian talatalas (reverends or ministers)

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Poultry Farm Augurs Well For Villagers

  Poultry Farm Augurs Well For Villagers

This is the first time Maraia Waca is feeding the chick­ens at the Narikoso Poul­try Farm in Narikoso Village on

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Ibrahim’s Obedience To God Honoured And Celebrated In Eid Al-Adha

  Ibrahim’s Obedience To God Honoured And Celebrated In Eid Al-Adha

When Ibrahim showed his obedience to God’s command with willingness to offer his son as a sacrifice, God showed mercy

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Praises For Contestants Community Involvement

  Praises For Contestants Community Involvement

The Fiji Sugar Corporation chief operating officer Navin Chandra commended the Vodafone Festival of the Friendly North contestants for their

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Letters To The Editor 23th August, 2018

  Letters To The Editor 23th August, 2018

Expect a FijiFirst tsunami Savenaca Vakaliwaliwa, Suva I read in the social media that SODELPA is working in creating a

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Singapore’s High Court Judge On Supreme Court Non-Resident Panel

  Singapore’s High Court Judge On Supreme Court Non-Resident Panel

Singapore’s high court judge Quentin Loh has been appointed a Judge of Appeal of the Supreme Court of Fiji on

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Judge: Sexual Exploiters By Known Perpetrators A Menace

  Judge: Sexual Exploiters By Known Perpetrators A Menace

The sexual exploitation of children by known people has become a social menace in Fiji. This requires a more constructive

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Police Probe Foreign Labourer’s Death

  Police Probe Foreign Labourer’s Death

The Fiji Police Force has confirmed the death of a 51-year-old Chinese na­tional who died while working at the Vodafone

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