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    Lorna Eden Resigns Ministerial Portfolios

Lorna Eden Resigns Ministerial Portfolios

Assistant Minister for Local Government, Housing and Enviroment Lorna Eden resigned from all her ministerial portfolios yesterday. Mrs Eden and her husband, Tim, had been issued with a prohibition notice

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    President Urges Fijians To Cherish Constitution

President Urges Fijians To Cherish Constitution

Fijians have been encouraged to cherish and celebrate the Constitution. President Major General (Ret’d) Jioji Konrote gave the motivation durng  his speech marking Constitution Day. It was a memorable event

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    Nirmal Avoids Gallows

Nirmal Avoids Gallows

Fijian national who was convicted for drug trafficking in Malaysia has escaped a death penalty. Christin Nirmal, 29, was instead handed a life sentence, thanks to the do-not-give-up attitude of

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    Council Asked To Clarify Rally Letter From Trade Union

Council Asked To Clarify Rally Letter From Trade Union

  The Suva City Council has been asked by the  Ministry for Local Government, Housing and Environment, Permanent Secretary Joshua Wycliffe to clarify an application letter from the Fiji Trades

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    Fiji Emergency Operations Centres (EOCs) Upgraded And Officers Trained In Emergency Management

Fiji Emergency Operations Centres (EOCs) Upgraded And Officers Trained In Emergency Management

The National Disaster Management Office (NDMO) carried out Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) training with workers and volunteers appointed to work in different functional areas of the EOC, at a national,

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    Tailevu Shaping Up As One Of The Fiercest Battlegrounds

Tailevu Shaping Up As One Of The Fiercest Battlegrounds

One of the fiercest battlegrounds in the 2018 General Election will be the Tailevu Province. It will field a powerful line-up of candidates, including Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama. The other

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    Letters To The Editor 8th September 2018

Letters To The Editor 8th September 2018

Road lanes Satish Nakched, Suva The increase of new vehicles on our roads is a positive indicator that our economy is doing well as people now have more disposal cash

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    Impact Of Dry Spell Hits Islanders

Impact Of Dry Spell Hits Islanders

A total of 859,700 litres of water has been supplied to the various islands.   The recent dry spell has had its impact on people, especially those living in the

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    City Duo Can’t wait

City Duo Can’t wait

Moses Sorovi, Quade Cooper keen to play Fiji Airways Fijian Drua   Moses Sorovi is grateful to be playing the game he loved at home. In Fiji for the first

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Rebels Lifeline For Cooper?

  Rebels Lifeline For Cooper?

  Quade Cooper’s audition for a Super Rugby lifeline heads to Fiji today as the Melbourne Rebels circle the out-of-favour

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Drua Plan For City

  Drua Plan For City

  Fiji Airways Fijian Drua skipper Mosese Voka is adamant his team will fight tooth and nail to win against

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Suspended Term For Burglars

  Suspended Term For Burglars

Two men were handed a suspend­ed sentence for aggravated bur­glary by the High Court in Lau­toka. Sairusi Tagivetaua and Eveni

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Informal Settlements To Get Facelift

  Informal Settlements To Get Facelift

Minister for Local Government, Housing and Community Development, infra­structure and Transport Parveen Bala signed contracts for consultancy services for Weseng

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Devotees Reminded On Lessons From Hindu Festival

  Devotees Reminded On Lessons From Hindu Festival

Hindu devotees have been re­minded about the lessons learned from the Krishna Janmashtmi Festival. This was relayed by the Assistant

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Rapist Dad Cops 12-Year Jail Term

  Rapist Dad Cops 12-Year Jail Term

For a father to rape his biological daughter is a breach of trust which causes nothing but humiliation and psychological

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PM To Attend Global Climate Action Summit

  PM To Attend Global Climate Action Summit

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama will attend the Global Climate Action Summit at Moscone Center South in San Francisco, California. The

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High Court Adjourns Farmer’s Case For Plea

  High Court Adjourns Farmer’s Case For Plea

Thirty-year-old farmer Ratu Semi Kabakaba Degei’s manslaughter case has been adjourned for plea by the High Court. Degei appeared before

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RFMF Cautions: Live firing at Nausori Highlands

  RFMF Cautions: Live firing at Nausori Highlands

The Republic of Fiji Mili­tary Forces Third Bat­talion Fiji Infantry Regi­ment MORTAR platoon will be conducting a live firing practice

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Beginning Tonight: Salote Advocates Anti-pollution Stand

  Beginning Tonight: Salote Advocates Anti-pollution Stand

  Fiji Meats Limited employee Salote Taleaua will advo­cate cutting down on differ­ent types of pollution when she takes part

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Street Appeal Will Help Victims of Natural Disasters

  Street Appeal Will Help Victims of Natural Disasters

The annual Fiji Red Cross Society (FRCS) National Street Appeal to help people affected by natural disasters began on September

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Lawyers must use technology to face changes: Global Expert

  Lawyers must use technology to face changes: Global Expert

The size of a country makes no difference when it comes to accepting digitisation. And Fiji lawyers must under­stand that

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We Must Avoid The Financial Cliff

  We Must Avoid The Financial Cliff

Government does not gener­ate its own money. It sim­ply uses the people’s money it receives through all kinds of taxes,

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Villagers of Totoya Raise $56,000 In Festival Opener

  Villagers of Totoya Raise $56,000 In Festival Opener

  Totoya villagers yesterday raised $56,000 in their fund­raising festival, Totoya Day, at Furnival Park in Toorak, Suva. The two-day

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‘Fascinating, frightening and well-illustrated publication by Thaman’

  ‘Fascinating, frightening and well-illustrated publication by Thaman’

The USP Pacific Centre for En­vironment and Sustainable Development (PACE-SD) and the USP Press proudly announced the publication of The

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Lawyers, Law Firms Warned On Cyber Threat

  Lawyers, Law Firms Warned On Cyber Threat

Lawyers and law firms have been warned about the dangers posed by hackers. The warning came from University of the

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Calling For Volunteers To Be Polling Station Agents

  Calling For Volunteers To Be Polling Station Agents

Despite collective efforts by political parties [Freedom Alliance, Fiji Labour Party, National Federation Party (NFP), Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Unity

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Find Solutions Not Problems: Welch Tells Medical Professionals

  Find Solutions Not Problems: Welch Tells Medical Professionals

There is a need for medical professionals to turn a nega­tive situation into a positive one by being solution focused.

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Accused Told To Engage Lawyer

  Accused Told To Engage Lawyer

A man who was allegedly involved in an attack on Police officers at Nabua, Suva, last month ap­peared in the

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Late MP Laid To Rest At Village

  Late MP Laid To Rest At Village

SODELPA Parliamentarian Anare Tuidraki Vadei will be laid to rest at his village in Sawaieke, Gau Lomaiviti, today. Mr Vadei

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