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    Future In Waste Management, Says Activist

Future In Waste Management, Says Activist

Thirty-two-year-old Dwain Qalovaki is a familiar face to organic waste manage­ment and green entrepreneur­ship. The two-time international award-winning sustainability manager said: “My first interna­tional award was from the Inter­national Union

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    Govt Rolls Out Free Bus Fares For Pensioners

Govt Rolls Out Free Bus Fares For Pensioners

As announced in the 2018-2019 National Budget, the Fijian Government has stepped in to fund the Free Bus Fare initiative for Fijians living with disabilities and has expanded the initiative

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    Minimum Wage Cuts both Sides, Says Narube

Minimum Wage Cuts both Sides, Says Narube

The minimum wage is there to perhaps please the peo­ple, but at the same time can cause unemployment. That’s the sentiment raised by Unity Fiji Party leader Savenaca Narube to

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    Jagath: Time in Prison Helped Me

Jagath: Time in Prison Helped Me

Freedom Alliance Party lead­er Jagath Karunaratne says his earlier conviction and time spent in jail helped him to reach out to people. Mr Karunaratne and former SO­DELPA MP Mosese Bulitavu

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    No Doubts About Free, Fair Polls, Says UN Co-ordinator

No Doubts About Free, Fair Polls, Says UN Co-ordinator

Sanaka Samarasinha says he believes and has no doubt the 2018 General Election will be free and fair. The United Nations Resident Co-ordinator said he was also looking forward to

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    Parties Condemn Billboard Vandalism

Parties Condemn Billboard Vandalism

Political party leaders yes­terday condemned the vandalising of campaign billboards. Speaking to the Fiji Sun, party leaders have strongly voiced their disgust against this unfor­tunate behaviour. They were reacting to

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    Unions  Merge

Unions Merge

  The Executives of Fiji Islands Council of Trade Unions (FICTU) and Fiji Trades Union Congress (FTUC) met yesterday following ongoing discussions between the two national unions and decided to

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    Baba Under FICAC Probe

Baba Under FICAC Probe

  The Supervisor of Elections, Mohammed Saneem, has lodged a complaint with the Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption (FICAC) against SODELPA aide Jale O Baba. He confirmed it last night.

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    No Doubts About Free, Fair Poll, Says UN Co-ordinator

No Doubts About Free, Fair Poll, Says UN Co-ordinator

Sanaka Samarasinha says he believes and has no doubt the 2018 General Election will be free and fair. The United Nations Resident Co-ordinator said he was also looking forward to

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Death Of Year 13 Student Suicide: Police

  Death Of Year 13 Student Suicide: Police

The death of a Year 13 student at a Tailevu boarding school has been classified as a suicide. Police confirmed

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So long Nimi: Tuisese

  So long Nimi: Tuisese

Former national rugby captain Ratu Ilaitia Tuisese rates the late prop Nimilote Ratudina as a tough and responsible gentleman. Ratudina

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Life Worth Living For JT

  Life Worth Living For JT

It’s an undeniable fact that we all live to die. But some make life worth living than some as they

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EDITORIAL: We Are Better Today Than A Decade Ago

  EDITORIAL: We Are Better Today Than A Decade Ago

Fiji is a much more prosperous and inclusive na­tion today than a decade ago. Our economy has been expanding rapidly,

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Letters To The Editor, 5th, October, 2018

  Letters To The Editor, 5th, October, 2018

Women’s safety Sonal Sharma, Suva I am writing to express my deep concern about the safety of women in our

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Letter of the Week

  Letter of the Week

Well it’s not wise to say everything starts at home. Businesses too need to be proactive when it comes to

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Students Urged to be Punctual, Observe Silence

  Students Urged to be Punctual, Observe Silence

The Ministry of Education has urged students to strictly follow examination rules by being punctual and to observe si­lence during

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Boxers Set To Fight Abroad

  Boxers Set To Fight Abroad

The Boxing Commission of Fiji has given clearance to four out of seven invited local professional boxers to fight in

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Positive Reception At Announcement of Free Bus Fare For Senior Citizens

  Positive Reception At Announcement of Free Bus Fare For Senior Citizens

  Several senior citizens have praised Government for putting people first. This was after many of them were told that

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Two Men On Burglary Charge Remanded

  Two Men On Burglary Charge Remanded

Two men charged with aggravated bur­glary have been further remanded in custody by High Court in Suva. Maikali Civoniceva and

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Teen to be quizzed over alleged drug find

  Teen to be quizzed over alleged drug find

A 15-year-old student is expected to be questioned after allegedly being found in possession of illicit drugs. The student is

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Taekwondo Reps Win 20 Medals In NZ

  Taekwondo Reps Win 20 Medals In NZ

The Francis Nand-coached Fiji Taekwondo team  returned home with a record 20 medals from New Zealand Union Taekwondo Championship at

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Judge Finds Suva Man Guilty

  Judge Finds Suva Man Guilty

A man charged with one count of aggravated robbery was found guilty by the High Court in Suva yesterday. Nikotimo

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Woman In Human Trafficking Case Further Remanded

  Woman In Human Trafficking Case Further Remanded

Woman charged with alleged hu­man trafficking was further re­manded by High Court of Suva yesterday. Seta Ram appeared before Justice

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Courts IDC Torch Reaches Suva As Football Spirit Grips City

  Courts IDC Torch Reaches Suva As Football Spirit Grips City

The Courts Inter-district Championship torch finally made its way to the Capital City yesterday afternoon. District reps took turns as

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US Navy Officers Clean Up Special School

  US Navy Officers Clean Up Special School

Twenty navy officers of the USS SHOUP ((DDG 86) ship yesterday cleaned the Hilton Special School in Suva as part

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Ex-Bureau Employee In Court On Fraud Charges

  Ex-Bureau Employee In Court On Fraud Charges

A 37-year-old former employ­ee of the Fiji Bureau of Sta­tistics yesterday appeared at the Suva Magistrates Court. Kelera Nokelevu appeared

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Sponsor Lifts Tavua’s Morale

  Sponsor Lifts Tavua’s Morale

The young Tavua football team travelled to Suva confident of doing well in the 2018 Courts Inter District Championship which

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Bank Backs Ratu Sukuna Challenge

  Bank Backs Ratu Sukuna Challenge

The Republic of the Fiji Military Forces (RFMF) received a boost of $50,000 from sponsors ANZ Bank at the Queen

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Student Pleads Not Guilty To Aggravated Robbery Charge

  Student Pleads Not Guilty To Aggravated Robbery Charge

A Year 12 student of Suva yesterday pleaded not guilty at the High Court in Suva to a count of

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