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    Student Group Tells Of Transparency, Accountability

Student Group Tells Of Transparency, Accountability

In light of recent allegations and counter allegations coming out of the Fiji National University regarding its students association, another university’s student association has come out to disclose their books.

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    Widow Draws More From Selling at Market

Widow Draws More From Selling at Market

  Selling vegetables at the market has more than one advantage so says widow Parbha Kumari. It is because apart from making money every day you also get to meet

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    Accused Pair Deposited PTC Money Into Their Bank Accounts, Court Hears

Accused Pair Deposited PTC Money Into Their Bank Accounts, Court Hears

A witness in the trial against two women who allegedly laundered over $500,000 from the Pacific Theological Col­lege (PTC) told the court yester­day that the pair allegedly altered cheques and

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    Service Delivery Vital, Govt Officials Reminded

Service Delivery Vital, Govt Officials Reminded

All Government of­ficials have been re­minded of the need to be pro-active, especially in terms of service delivery. This was stressed by the Minister for Fisheries, Semi Koroilavesau, during a

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    Foundation Gets Thumbs Up From Tuitubou

Foundation Gets Thumbs Up From Tuitubou

Minister for Youth and Sports Laisenia Tuitubou has commended the Reach 4 Your Future Foun­dation for their educational philanthropy pro­grammes in Fiji. Mr Tuitubou acknowledged the foundation during the launch

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    Satakala: Drought fuels socio-economic problems

Satakala: Drought fuels socio-economic problems

Drought is a natural hazard that puts the country at risk of socio economic problems, says Acting Western Division Com­missioner, Joji Satakala. He highlighted this issue yester­day while launching the

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    Islanders Highlight Fishing Problems

Islanders Highlight Fishing Problems

Tukana Rokobalei, the Mata-ni-Tikina of Kabara, had asked Government to pro­vide Namuka Village with a fish­ing vessel so that they could sell fish directly to the Government. This request was

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    Nadi Muslim College Reunion In Canada

Nadi Muslim College Reunion In Canada

A Nadi Muslim College reunion in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada, was such a success that organ­isers are looking at doing it all over again. Around 30 former scholars who attended

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    2000 Plants Seized In Cakaudrove

2000 Plants Seized In Cakaudrove

Plants believed to be marijuana were up­rooted on Wednes­day by Police officers at Bilibiloca, Tukavesi, in the province of Caka­udrove. This was yesterday con­firmed by Police spokes­person Ana Naisoro. “A

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Urban Drift Worries Naikeleyaqa Villgers

  Urban Drift Worries Naikeleyaqa Villgers

One place to visit in the Lau group is Naikeleyaqa. Just like a scene from a postcard of Bora Bora

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Fitness Trainer Particular with Calories When Shopping

  Fitness Trainer Particular with Calories When Shopping

Fitness and personal trainer Sioni Albert Junior Yuen takes his time when shopping because he only puts into the trol­ley

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Diver Urges Taveuni Islanders To Stop Littering, Be Proud Of Garden Island

  Diver Urges Taveuni Islanders To Stop Littering, Be Proud Of Garden Island

A dive instructor on the gar­den island of Taveuni is urging people on the island to stop littering as it

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Military Man Jailed For Assault On Daughter

  Military Man Jailed  For Assault On Daughter

High Court judge Justice Daniel Goundar strongly reprimand­ed a military man who had repeatedly hit his daughter and hurt her,

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Thriving From The Nama Project

  Thriving From The Nama Project

Development is everyone’s business and the women of Gunu Village in the district of Naviti, Yasawa, are working col­lectively to

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Yasawa Villagers Praise Touring Gov’t Team

  Yasawa Villagers Praise Touring Gov’t Team

It might be a small token of appre­ciation or maybe a thank you that’s been motivating a 16-member Gov­ernment delegation

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Analysis: FNU Protesters Should Be Taken Seriously

  Analysis: FNU Protesters Should  Be Taken Seriously

The concerns and allegations of protesting Fiji National University students need to be taken seriously. They have every right to

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Stop Cutting Trees, Grace Road Ordered

  Stop Cutting Trees, Grace Road Ordered

Grace Road Group has been ordered by the Ministry for Environment Permanent Secretary Joshua Wycliffe to stop cutting down the

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Between The Lines

  Between The Lines

Top two on FijiFirst’s radar? A high profile doctor and a senior civil servant with a military background are tipped

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LP’s Avi Chaudhry Wants To Give Back To Country

  LP’s Avi Chaudhry Wants To Give Back To Country

Fiji Labour Party provisional candidate Avi Chaudhry was never a leader during his days at school. But he believes it

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