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    Employers Should Not Stop Workers From Voting On Election Day

Employers Should Not Stop Workers From Voting On Election Day

Wednesday’s Election Day is a public holiday.  And employers have been urged by the Ministry of Employment, Productivity and Industrial Relations not to prevent employees working on Election Day from

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    Rabuka Acquitted In High Court Appeal

Rabuka Acquitted In High Court Appeal

Chief Justice Anthony Gates has dismissed the appeal filed by the Fiji Independent Commission against Corruption challenging former Prime Minister Sitiveni Rabuka’s acquittal. While delivering his appeal judgment, Justice Gates

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    Remembrance Day: Mother, Children Remember Late Dad

Remembrance Day: Mother, Children Remember Late Dad

Jiokapeci Vakalaca was emotional during the Remembrance Day commemoration yesterday as she recollected times with her husband, who died in Kenya. Her husband, Saiasi Vakalaca,  died of a short illness

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    Remembrance Day: Fulaga Youth Lied About Age To Serve Country

Remembrance Day: Fulaga Youth Lied About Age To Serve Country

I lied about my age in 1955 only to go and serve for our country, said Maciu Rogowale. The 83-year-old of Fulaga in Lau said during the recruitment process in

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    Remebrance Day: Tears Flow As Eka Describes Late Husband

Remebrance Day: Tears Flow As Eka Describes Late Husband

Eka Radinimatuku Tunidau wore her husband’s medals proudly during the Remembrance Day celebration in Suva yesterday. The 68-year-old, who hails from Naroi Village in Moala, Lau, was in tears as

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    Remembrance Day: Kanti Shows Patriotism, Makes Sacrifice To Be At Commemoration

Remembrance Day: Kanti Shows Patriotism, Makes Sacrifice To Be At Commemoration

‘I felt proud marching with the ex-serviceman and their families because it made me feel that I am part of a big family.’ Parmala Kanti has been attending the Remembrance

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    Remembrance Day: Honouring Our Brave Soldiers

Remembrance Day: Honouring Our Brave Soldiers

Members of the disciplined forces yesterday morning honoured the brave efforts of servicepeople who lost their lives in the line of duty with a dawn service at the Suva military

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    Rememberance Day: Lest We Forget

Rememberance Day: Lest We Forget

Hundreds gathered at the National War Memorial  at Veiuto in Suva yesterday to commemorate Remembrance Day and the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War. It was

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    Letter Of The Month, November 2018

Letter Of The Month, November 2018

Street lights Satish Nakched, Suva The primary benefit of street lights is safety for pedestrians and drivers. Non-functional streetlights reduce visibility in the dark and increase the vulnerability of road

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Letters To The Editor, 12th November, 2018

  Letters To The Editor, 12th November, 2018

Calender Sales Sukha Singh, Labasa   Could Radio Fiji Two let me  know how many calendars they sold in Labasa

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Fijians Mark SS Sutlej’s 102nd Anniversary

  Fijians Mark SS Sutlej’s 102nd Anniversary

Indo-Fijians yesterday marked the 102 years anniversary of SS Sutlej, which brought more than 800 Indians to Fiji. Between 1879

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Prema Remembers Late Grandad

  Prema Remembers Late Grandad

A passionate Prema Chand was reminded of the great work her late grandfather, Bhadur, did when he arrived on the

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Project Releases Wolbachia Mosquitoes Via UAV

  Project Releases Wolbachia Mosquitoes Via UAV

Nakasi, Nasinu, is the site of a first for Fiji trial to release Wolbachia mosquitoes through an unmanned aerial vehicle.

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Beware Of Fake News In Social Media Posts

  Beware Of Fake News In Social Media Posts

In the past few days there has been a proliferation of fake news on social media. It has prompted Media

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Between The Line, November 12, 2018

  Between The Line, November 12, 2018

PARENTS DEMAND ANSWERS One of our prominent boarding schools is under the spotlight after the death of a student. The

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Save The Date: June 1, 2019 Chiefs vs Crusaders In Suva

  Save The Date: June 1, 2019 Chiefs vs Crusaders In Suva

The Gallagher Chiefs will host its match against the Crusaders here at the ANZ Stadium. This was confirmed during a press

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4 Sisters Get Top Academic Prizes

  4 Sisters Get Top Academic Prizes

Four sisters are the talk of the bustling Baulevu farming community in Naitasiri. On Saturday they took top awards, including

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Editorial: Proper Planning Breeds Rugby Success

  Editorial: Proper Planning Breeds Rugby Success

The growth and development of our national sport, as of late, has been a success story. With 2018 coming to

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Singh speaks Out On Log Of Claims

  Singh speaks Out On Log Of Claims

But he does not give any particulars of any claim seeking rise in minimum wage rate The Fiji Public Service

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If You’re Still Not Sure, Text 1500 To Check Your Polling Venue

  If You’re Still Not Sure, Text 1500 To Check Your Polling Venue

The Supervisor of Elections, Mohammed Saneem, has reminded all Fijians to text to 1500 and check their polling venue for

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Bad Weather On The Way, Says NaDraki

  Bad Weather On The Way, Says NaDraki

Thunder rolled across the Viti Levu skies last night. Heavy rain drenched Suva. Expect more. Commercial forecaster NaDraki Weather yesterday

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Cama Is First iTaukei Archbishop Of Polynesia

  Cama Is First iTaukei Archbishop Of Polynesia

Newly-appointed Fereimi Cama, 63, is the first iTaukei Archbishop of Polynesia, the head of the Anglican Church in Fiji and

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Fijians Urged To Have A Peaceful Election

  Fijians Urged To Have A Peaceful Election

The Supervisor of Elections ,Mohammed Saneem, has urged all Fijians to have a peaceful 2018 General Election. Mr Saneem said

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FEO Announces Drop-off Points For Postal Ballots

  FEO Announces Drop-off Points For Postal Ballots

The Fijian Elections Office (FEO) yesterday announced 26 locations where Fijians can drop their postal vote for the FEO officials

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Salvage Begins For Sunken Vessel At Suva Harbour

  Salvage Begins For Sunken Vessel At Suva Harbour

Salvage works has begun on the Southern Phoenix which sank in the Suva Harbour last year in May. The Pacific

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Francis Rupeni Writes With Left Foot, Completes Exam

  Francis Rupeni Writes With Left Foot, Completes Exam

Despite his physical disability a 35-year-old Matua student of Nabua Secondary School, completed his paper on time by using his

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Top Student Nath Seeks Unique Career Pathway

  Top Student Nath Seeks Unique Career Pathway

Student of the year Kaashvi Nath is eyeing a career path which is unique and one which no family member

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Dux Jeet Grateful To Parents For Support

  Dux Jeet Grateful To Parents For Support

Central College Year 13 student Jeet Chovhan is thankful to his parents for the continuous support they have given him

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Mothers Help Each Other For Children

  Mothers Help Each Other For Children

We help each other out because when one mother is assisting another it turns out that this affects every area

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