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    Mr. Joel Abraham Response To NFP’s Statement Calling For His Resignation

Mr. Joel Abraham Response To NFP’s Statement Calling For His Resignation

The Fijian Competition and Consumer Commission (FCCC) is an independent statutory body and it is our job to ensure there is fair competition in the market so that consumers are

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    HMNZS Otago Takes Over From Where Taupo Left

HMNZS Otago Takes Over From Where Taupo Left

  HMNZS Otago is in the country to continue, operation Wasawasa where HMNZS Taupo had left. New Zealand Defence Adviser, Lieutenant-Colonel Josh Wineera said this was the first time for

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    Live Mortar Firing Practice At Nausori Highlands Field Range

Live Mortar Firing Practice At Nausori Highlands Field Range

The Republic of Fiji Military Forces Third Battalion Fiji Infantry Regiment MORTAR platoon will be conducting a live firing practice at the Nausori Highlands Field Range from the Monday 10th

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    Late Deputy Commissioner’s Body Arrives

Late Deputy Commissioner’s Body Arrives

The body of the late Deputy Commissioner of Police Isikeli Sauliga arrived into the country this afternoon.   Awaiting the arrival of the late Deputy Commissioner’s body at the Nadi

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    Court Fines Hot Bread Kitchen $8000

Court Fines Hot Bread Kitchen $8000

Hot Bread Kitchen has been fined $8000 by Chief Magistrate Usaia Ratuvili for three different counts and two separate cases of selling price controlled items above the required price. In

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    Completion of $80m Resort ‘On-Track’

Completion of $80m Resort ‘On-Track’

The $80 million Pullman Nadi Bay Resort and Spa at Wailoaloa in Nadi is set for its soft opening in February. The property is being developed by the Gokal Group

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    Tributes Pour In For FIA Executive Mackenzie

Tributes Pour In For FIA Executive Mackenzie

Tributes have poured in for Murray Mackenzie, one of the doyens of the Fiji Institute of Accountants (FIA). The funeral of Mr Mackenzie, who was acting executive director at the

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    Bid To Spread Fiji’s Tourism Dollar

Bid To Spread Fiji’s Tourism Dollar

Pacific Destinations Fiji continues to spread the tourism dollar further to the local communities. This is after it announced and launched its new deluxe airport arrival concierge services for their

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    FSC Secures Land In Bua; Planting To Start This Month

FSC Secures Land In Bua; Planting To Start This Month

The Fiji Sugar Corporation (FSC) has secured 300 hectares of flat land at Nasarawaqa in Bua and will begin planting cane on it from this month. This was confirmed by

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Two Wins In A Row For Wyndham Baristas

  Two Wins In A Row For Wyndham Baristas

Wyndham Resort Denarau Island is celebrating its second consecutive win at the Regional Barista competition, sponsored by Yees Cold Storage.

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Iowane, 15, Wins Trip To Japan

  Iowane, 15, Wins Trip To Japan

Fifteen-year-old Iowane Ratu­naisa has been awarded an opportunity to take part in a creative programme in Japan this week. Iowane

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Party Agents Can Lodge Complaint In Writing To Saneem

  Party Agents Can Lodge  Complaint In Writing To Saneem

  Party agents who do not agree with the decision of presiding officers during the counting process, are advised to

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Ports, Terminals to be Relocated to Ease Congestion, says Ali

  Ports, Terminals to be Relocated to Ease Congestion, says Ali

Permanent Secretary for Industry, Trade and Tourism Shaheen Ali said that ports and terminals will be relocated to ease congestion

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BAF Vigilant on Pests, Diseases Control at Ports of Entry

  BAF Vigilant on Pests, Diseases Control at Ports of Entry

There is a need to carry out biosecurity risk mitigation measures on international vessels, cargo they carry and where applicable

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Silence Out at Sea Equals Peace, Says Seafarer

  Silence Out at Sea Equals Peace, Says Seafarer

There is joy in silence at sea which nothing can replace. For Napolioni Tavuta of Yasawa Islands, being out at

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We’re Ready For 2018 Poll: Saneem

  We’re Ready For 2018 Poll: Saneem

The Fijian Elections Office is ready to conduct the 2018 General Election. This is the response from the Su­pervisor of

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Letters To The Editor 5th September, 2018

  Letters To The Editor 5th September, 2018

KUDOS NFA Sharol Kondaiya, SUVA To the members of the National Fire Authority (NFA), specifically the ambulance department, a big

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On UP For City

  On UP For City

Lock forward Albert Tuisue has a massive game influence and contributed well to the pack with his strong carries, fierce

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EDITORIAL: 14 Weeks Of Training Will Equip Future Traditional Leaders

  EDITORIAL: 14 Weeks Of Training Will Equip Future Traditional Leaders

The iTaukei Affairs Board (TAB) is organising leadership training under its Traditional Leadership Curriculum Training programme at Nadave in Tailevu.

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Early Favourites Emerge

  Early Favourites Emerge

Three really entertaining matches have kicked off the 2018 National Rugby Championship, with some outstanding rugby played across the board

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Times Gets It Wrong

  Times Gets It Wrong

The Fiji Times’ inability to be factual in its reporting has once again been highlighted by the Attorney-General, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum.

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Governments Not Ready For COP24, Says PM

  Governments Not Ready For COP24, Says PM

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama at the opening ceremony of the Additional COP23 Negotiating Session in Bangkok, Thailand on Tuesday said

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Aussies Co-Lead Observers Group For Elections

  Aussies Co-Lead Observers Group For Elections

Australia will co-lead the Multinational Observation Group (MOG) for the 2018 General Election. Together with Indonesia and India, the three

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Between The Lines

  Between The Lines

Did you know? Consumers Fiji had this to say on their Facebook page yesterday. “Bailiffs do not have the right

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Women 15s Trials At Lautoka

  Women 15s Trials At Lautoka

The Fiji Rugby Union will be conducting trials for the Fiji Airways Fijiana 15s team. The team will participate in

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Legal Proceedings Considered For Baka Tree Incident

  Legal Proceedings Considered For Baka Tree Incident

The incident file in relation to the cutting of Baka trees by Grace Road Group in Navua last month, has

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Karavaki, Leawere Confident Of 2018 Election Ticket

  Karavaki, Leawere Confident Of 2018 Election Ticket

Opposition parliamentarians Semesa Karavaki and Mikaele Leawere are confident that they will be named in the Social Democratic Liberal Party

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40 million litres Of Water Carted Last Month To Customers: Water Authority

  40 million litres Of Water Carted Last Month To Customers: Water Authority

The Water Authority of Fiji (WAF) Board of Directors, Government team and WAF senior management met yesterday to discuss the

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Performance Pay Inspires EFL Worker

  Performance Pay Inspires EFL Worker

Recognition of their hard work will encourage staff to be more efficient by going the extra yard in their duties.

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