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    Delaibatiki’s Say: Tudravu is absolutely right when he says  Police are called to serve, not be served

Delaibatiki’s Say: Tudravu is absolutely right when he says Police are called to serve, not be served

This is an edited version of Nemani Delaibatiki’s My Say in the 4 The Record FBC TV programme last night. Acting Commissioner of Police Rusiate Tudravu did not mince his

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    Delaibatiki’s My Say: Out with the Old in with the New

Delaibatiki’s My Say: Out with the Old in with the New

This is an edited version of Nemani Delaibatiki’s My Say in the 4 The Record FBC TV programme last night. At last week’s non-commissioned officer training at Vatuwaqa, Republic of

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    In BETWEEN The Lines, 05, June 2018

In BETWEEN The Lines, 05, June 2018

PARLIAMENTARY  ALLOWANCE An MP who vehemently op­posed the motion to increase parliamentary allowance has done a flip. He is now going about his parliamentary stand­ing committee commitments and claiming the increased

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    SPEECH: How Road Stalls Pilot Programme Will Benefit All

SPEECH: How Road Stalls Pilot Programme Will Benefit All

Bula Vinaka and a very good morning to you all. Whether you drive the Queens Road, the King’s Road or the Hibiscus Highway, every Fijian knows our road­side vendors and

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    ANALYSIS: Rabuka’s Wrong Turn Comes Back To Haunt His Political Career

ANALYSIS: Rabuka’s Wrong Turn Comes Back To Haunt His Political Career

When Sitiveni Rabuka was contem­plating his political comeback he had a fair idea of how he will strengthen SODELPA if he was given a chance to lead it. He envisaged

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    STATEMENT: Govt Must Be Consistent About Its Policies

STATEMENT: Govt Must Be Consistent About Its Policies

The issuance of new prior­ity taxi permits handed out earlier this week by the Hon Attorney General and Acting Prime Minister Hon Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum to 43 new taxi operators

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    False Claims Rise As Thousands Queue Up For Assistance Under CARE For Fiji Scheme

False Claims Rise As Thousands Queue Up For Assistance Under CARE For Fiji Scheme

This is an edited version of Nemani Delai­batiki’s My Say in the 4 The Record FBC TV programme last night.   Never in the history of this country has assistance

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    Vote2018: Profile – Who is Aseri Radrodro?

Vote2018: Profile – Who is Aseri Radrodro?

Aseri Radrodro is a SODELPA parliamentarian and Shadow Minister for Transport and Infrastructure and Finance. The views and opinions in the article are those of Aseri Radrodro and not of

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    ANALYSIS: General Election Best Way To Gauge People’s Views

ANALYSIS: General Election Best Way To Gauge People’s Views

We cannot rewind the clock and call for new consultations and a nation­al referendum on issues that have already been decided. It would be a waste of time and resources

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ANALYSIS: What’s On Palm8 Agenda

  ANALYSIS: What’s On Palm8 Agenda

The 8th Pacific Islands Lead­ers Meeting (PALM 8) will give Japan a chance to pro­mote its Free and Open Indo-Pa­cific

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Ministerial Statement: Marking 139 Years Since The First Girmitiyas Arrived

  Ministerial Statement: Marking 139 Years Since The First Girmitiyas Arrived

Madam Speaker, I rise this morning to give a ministe­rial statement on this very significant day in Fijian history. Today

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ANALYSIS: Democracy At Any Cost Or Good Governance.

  ANALYSIS: Democracy At Any Cost Or Good Governance.

If we closely look at what’s happened in the last four years it’s increasingly be­coming clear that while democracy and

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Act Now… Time Is Of The Essence: Pm

  Act Now… Time Is  Of The Essence: Pm

Excellencies, distinguished del­egates, the preparatory phase of the Talanoa Dialogue will continue until we meet [in Poland] at the end

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Talk, Listen And Inspire

  Talk, Listen And Inspire

Your Excellency, the Executive Secretary of the UNFCCC, Ex­cellencies, Distinguished Del­egates. Bula vinaka and a very good after­noon to you

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Religious Intolerance Is Simply Hypocrisy

  Religious Intolerance Is Simply Hypocrisy

  When you believe in God and you do things that go against his will and laws, it is hypocrisy.

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Political Opinion: The Sale of Public Companies

  Political Opinion: The Sale of Public Companies

The sale of public companies has been a hot topic of debate internationally for some time. While the jury is

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Political Opinion: Let’s Fight… for Truth and Justice

  Political Opinion: Let’s Fight… for Truth and Justice

People are tired of worrying about their future. Worrying about short term contracts and whether it would be renewed. Knowing

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Political Opinion: Does Fiji Have a Future For Our Youths?

  Political Opinion: Does Fiji Have a Future For Our Youths?

Labour Leader Mahendra Chaudhry has questioned whether Fiji had a future to offer its youth given the high rate of

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Opinion: No Place For Racism, Religious Bigotry Here

  Opinion: No Place For Racism, Religious Bigotry Here

  This past week I took a day trav­elling to the West via the Kings Rd, spent the night in

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CARE FOR FIJI PACKAGE SIMPLE, EFFECTIVE

  CARE FOR FIJI PACKAGE SIMPLE, EFFECTIVE

  This is an edited version of Nemani Delaibatiki’s My Say in the 4 The Re­cord FBC TV programme last

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Analysis: Church Sustains Its New World Leader

  Analysis: Church Sustains Its New World Leader

Millions of members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints worldwide yesterday (Sunday) sustained their new world leader,

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Time to Reflect the Teachings of Christ

  Time to Reflect the Teachings of Christ

This weekend Fiji will join the world to mark the East­er celebrations in honour of our Lord and Saviour. It

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#MeeToo: Forcing The Window Open On Abuse

  #MeeToo:   Forcing The Window Open On Abuse

The past year has demonstrated that the best way, probably the only way, to stop the growing problems of abuse

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#Vote2018: FLP’s Take On E-transport

  #Vote2018: FLP’s Take On E-transport

Since the e-Ticketing system was introduced in October 2017 many difficulties have been faced by the people who are daily

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#Vote2018: The People Must Know The Risks To A Free And Fair Elections

  #Vote2018: The People Must Know The Risks To A Free And Fair Elections

In his response to my earlier ar­ticle on protecting democracy, the Chairman of the Electoral Commission (EC) claimed that I

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Opinion: Nip In Bud Those Who Propagate Hatred In Name Of Faith

  Opinion: Nip In Bud Those Who Propagate Hatred In Name Of Faith

  The world is what it is’, wrote one of my favourite novelists. But of course, we shouldn’t take a

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#Vote2018 – Analysis: Big Success Story In Education Sector

  #Vote2018 – Analysis: Big Success Story In Education Sector

Is our education sector doing better now compared to, say, 10 years ago? Yes it is. Education will be a

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#Vote2018 – Analysis: Minimum Wage Rate: Who Will Pay The Price?

  #Vote2018 – Analysis: Minimum Wage  Rate: Who Will  Pay The Price?

Minimum wage rate is a hot topic right now and everyone from trade unionists to politicians and those who have

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#Vote2018 – Analysis: Qereqeretabua Seeks Traditional Blessings

  #Vote2018 – Analysis: Qereqeretabua Seeks Traditional Blessings

Adhering to traditional iTaukei protocols before taking part in national duties or service is an obligation many follow. This practice

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