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    Clark: Why China, Japan, Taiwan, Neigbouring Island Nations

Clark: Why China, Japan, Taiwan, Neigbouring Island Nations

The Fiji Sugar Corporation has targeted China, Japan and Taiwan and our Pacific neighbours for sugar sales because of the higher prices they pay compared to Europe. The move is

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    New Appointments Aim: Help Resurrect Our Sugar Industry

New Appointments Aim: Help Resurrect Our Sugar Industry

The Fiji Sugar Corporation has completed the recruitment of a new senior executive management team. It has been described as all Fijians driven to resurrect the sugar industry in Fiji.

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    MY SAY: A-G tackling the Culture  of Greed is Commendable

MY SAY: A-G tackling the Culture of Greed is Commendable

The acting Prime Minister and Attorney-General, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum, talked about the culture of greed in Parliament this week. I salute him for addressing this issue head on. He did not

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    Ba Residents Get Access to Water

Ba Residents Get Access to Water

  People from Lane 25, Rarawai and Upper Clopcott, Ba yesterday praised the FijiFirst Government for commissioning water projects in their respective areas. More than 400 people will benefit from

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    RFMF Band Goes to Lautoka for Centennial Celebrations

RFMF Band Goes to Lautoka for Centennial Celebrations

After a successful celebration in Labasa, the Republic of Fiji Military Forces (RFMF) Band is going to continue their 100th Anniversary Celebrations in Lautoka. The RFMF Band is marking its

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    Girl Saves Older Sister From Moving Train

Girl Saves Older Sister From Moving Train

  A 13-year-old girl was miraculously saved by her younger sister as she was dragged by a train with her foot trapped between the back wheels of a rail truck.

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    Carnival Boosts Police, Community Partnership

Carnival Boosts Police, Community Partnership

Everyone has a duty to protect their families, properties and community, says Duavata Northern Crime Prevention Carnival chairman Satish Kumar. Mr Kumar made the statement during the carnival thanksgiving celebration

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    RFMF Band Goes to Lautoka for Centennial Celebrations

RFMF Band Goes to Lautoka for Centennial Celebrations

After a successful celebration in Labasa, the Republic of Fiji Military Forces (RFMF) Band is going to continue their 100th Anniversary Celebrations in Lautoka. The RFMF Band is marking its

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    Bala Heads Team To Discuss Infrastructure And Water Issues

Bala Heads Team To Discuss Infrastructure And Water Issues

The Ministry for Transport and Infrastructure will be in the west this week to discuss concerns relating to rural electrification, rural water, rain water harvesting, transport and rural roads. Permanent

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RELIEF: Man Gets Wheelchair, Assured Assistance

  RELIEF: Man Gets Wheelchair, Assured Assistance

A 62-year-old diabetic patient, Mohammed Azim of Vunimoli, Labasa, was given hope and assurance by the Assistant Minister for Women,

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WWF Pacific, Project Survival Organise Clean Up

  WWF Pacific, Project Survival Organise Clean Up

A coastline clean-up campaign was conducted yesterday along the coast of Queen Elizabeth Drive ending at My Suva Picnic Park. The

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National Federation Party : Chand Claims He Spoke ‘Truth’ Over 2000 Event

  National Federation Party : Chand Claims He Spoke ‘Truth’ Over 2000 Event

National Federation Party MP Parmod Chand yesterday stood by his controversial statement about the 2000 events he made in Parliament.

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Police Target Drug Exchange At Sea

  Police Target Drug Exchange At Sea

The Fiji Police Force Drugs Unit has caught more than 20 cases of drug trafficking by the use of outboard

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Disputes Affect Village Demarcation, Says Katonitabua

  Disputes Affect Village Demarcation, Says Katonitabua

The demarcation of the iTaukei village boundaries is ongoing and any disputes will affect the work of the surveyors, says

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Koroipita, Model For Climate Change In COP23

  Koroipita, Model For  Climate Change In COP23

The Model Town Charitable Trust aims to construct model towns across Fiji and Pacific Island Countries similar to their project

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Farmers Requested To Co-operate With Cattle Testing Campaign

  Farmers Requested To Co-operate With Cattle Testing Campaign

  The Ministry of Agriculture (MOA) and the Biosecurity Authority of Fiji (BAF)will be conducting Bovine Tuberculosis (TB) and Bovine

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Asha’s Plans For Student Body

  Asha’s Plans For Student Body

Re-elected Labasa Campus University of the South Pacific Students Association president  Angylishna Asha aims to take the association to a

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Partnership to See People Protected from Mosquito-borne Diseases

  Partnership to See People Protected from Mosquito-borne Diseases

  An innovative partnership between the Ministry of Health and Medical Services and the World Mosquito Programme will see a

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Uto Ni Yalo In Partnership To Revive Moala, Matuku Cottage Industries Projects

  Uto Ni Yalo In Partnership  To Revive Moala, Matuku  Cottage Industries Projects

The Uto Ni Yalo Trust hopes to salvage the dilo (ball nut) business by reviving cottage industries on Moala and

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Duke of Edinburgh’s International Awards Licence Extended

  Duke of Edinburgh’s International Awards Licence Extended

Fiji, through the Ministry of Youth and Sports, was granted a three-year full licence to manage the Duke of Edinburgh’s

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TRIAL: Defence Claims Grandmother Tried To Separate Children From Their Mother

  TRIAL: Defence Claims Grandmother Tried To Separate Children From Their Mother

The second day of Shahista Shewani Devi’s attempted murder trial defence counsel Abhay Singh made claims that the grandmother Madhur

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TRANSPORT : `Electrical Short Circuits Under Dashboards Cause Of Bus Fires’

  TRANSPORT : `Electrical Short Circuits Under Dashboards Cause Of Bus Fires’

Electrical short electrical circuits in the wiring under the dashboards were the causes of the two recent bus fires in

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LTA Outsources Vehicle Inspection To Six Agencies

  LTA Outsources Vehicle Inspection To Six Agencies

Land Transport Authority has outsourced the inspection of vehicles to six agencies. Chief executive Carmine Piantedosi on Wednesday had signed

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Navy Commander Attends Summit in Tokyo

  Navy Commander Attends Summit in Tokyo

The Commander of the Republic of Fiji Navy  Captain (Navy) Humphrey Tawake is attending the Coast Guard Global Summit in

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WORKSHOP:Westpac’s Financial Literacy Programme Upgrade Korovou Women

  WORKSHOP:Westpac’s Financial Literacy Programme Upgrade Korovou Women

A group of 14 women living in Korovou Town, in Tailevu are enthusiastic about setting up their own business following

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Maritime Safety Unit: To Start Fining Illegal Boat Operators

  Maritime Safety Unit: To Start Fining Illegal Boat Operators

The Maritime and Safety Authority of Fiji’s Law Enforcement Unit begun operations last week to issue infringement fines to illegal

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FRA Installs Temporary Road Humps

  FRA Installs Temporary Road Humps

Fiji Roads Authority (FRA) has installed temporary road humps in front of Vivras Plaza, Laucala Beach Estate outside Suva to

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Pakistani Community Here Celebrate Significant Events

  Pakistani Community Here Celebrate Significant Events

The Pakistani Community in Fiji had its first official function recently to mark two significant events in the nation’s calendar.

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Clyde Appoints Indian Expert As National Service Manager

  Clyde Appoints Indian Expert As National Service Manager

Clyde Equipment has appointed an expatriate from India as their new national service manager. Suresh Menon comes with a wealth

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