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    Eight Judicial Officers Sworn In

Eight Judicial Officers Sworn In

Eight judicial officers were today sworn-in before the President, Ratu Epeli Nailatikau at Government House. Among the eight sworn in on Wednesday were three resident magistrates, two puisne judges and

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    No Regrets Leaving Hotel Job: Tubuna

No Regrets Leaving Hotel Job: Tubuna

Sixty-year-old Lui Tubuna has no regrets resigning from a hotel job as duty manager to be a full time market vendor at Nadi’s municipal market. He worked in the tourism

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    EU Funds North Workshop

EU Funds North Workshop

Wailevu sugarcane farmer, Mohammed Hanif, was grateful to be one of the 10 farmers’ leaders chosen at a workshop in Labasa on Wednesday. It was organised by the Fairtrade Co-ordination

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    Road Hit Victim’s Body  Cremated

Road Hit Victim’s Body Cremated

The body of the ten- year-old boy who died in an accident on Monday was cremated on Wednesday. Navish Prasad, a Year Four student of Dilkusha Methodist Boys School, in

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    Vanuatu Women Happy With Learning Here

Vanuatu Women Happy With Learning Here

A  five-member delegation from the Port Vila Municipality Council were in Fiji earlier this week. The delegation, led by Deputy Lord Mayor, Leimara Malachi, has four women councillors from Port

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    PNG Corrections Here To Learn

PNG Corrections Here To Learn

The Deputy Commissioner of Corrections Service of Papua New Guinea, Stephen Pokanis, says they have a lot to learn from the Fiji Corrections Service. A team from the Corrections Service

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    Ebola Response Tested

Ebola Response Tested

The Ministry of Health, in collaboration with the staff and management of Nadi International Airport, already has plans to fight the Ebola virus if it reaches the country. MoH conducted

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    50 Schools In Labasa Quiz

50 Schools In Labasa Quiz

Primary school students were excited to attend a quiz competition organised by the Fiji Teachers Union (FTU) Labasa Branch yesterday at the Khatriya Hall with the theme “Child Our Hope”.

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    Courses For Officers In Russia, India, China

Courses For Officers In Russia, India, China

Acting Commissioner of Police Isikeli Vuniwaqa said they were planning for more overseas courses for Police officers next year. ACP Vuniwaqa said this when he farewelled more than 20 officers,

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A Tale For Serenia

  A Tale For Serenia

Entering the scenic Gold Coast in Australia was a welcome reprieve having spent seven days sailing from Port Vila, Vanuatu,

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Hats On As Royal Suva Gets The Race Day Spirit

  Hats On As Royal Suva Gets The Race Day Spirit

Royal Suva Yacht Club was one of the places to be yesterday as Melbourne Cup fever gripped at the capital.

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Minister’s Case Adjourned To January

  Minister’s Case  Adjourned To  January

The plea date for Minister for Local Government, Housing and Environment, Parveen Kumar, has been adjourned to January 2015. Kumar

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Deliver, Police Prosecutors Told

  Deliver, Police Prosecutors Told

The Fiji Police Force Prosecution Unit should deliver says Chief Magistrate Usaia Rativili. He made the comment while opening the

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Fiji Corrections Service Aims For Top Award Next Year

  Fiji Corrections Service Aims For Top Award Next Year

The Fiji Corrections Service is now aiming to win the Prime Minister’s Award in next year’s Public Service Excellence Awards

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Railings Fitted At Navua Crash Site

  Railings Fitted At Navua Crash Site

Motorists will now be safer when travelling on the bridge in Vakabalea, Navua. This is after the Fiji Roads Authority

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Concerns Over Poll Pay Addressed

  Concerns Over Poll Pay Addressed

Polling day officials who took part during the September 17 elections raised their concerns yesterday during the Fijian Elections Office

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Temporary Bus Stand ‘Worry’

  Temporary Bus Stand ‘Worry’

Many concerns by the public were raised yesterday concerning the temporary bus stand in Labasa. Labasa resident Merewalesi Roko believes

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Daylight Saving In North

  Daylight Saving In North

It was Day Two of Daylight Saving yesterday and the people in the North were struggling to keep up with

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Minister Reminds Workers Of Ethics

  Minister Reminds Workers Of Ethics

Having the right attitude and commitment to serve is essential to effectively deliver your role as a civil servant, says

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Taxi Driver In Hospital From Alleged Stabbing

  Taxi Driver In Hospital From Alleged Stabbing

We will suspend all night services if we continue to get reports of similar incidents, says Fiji Taxi Union general

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Carrier Driver, 43, Dies

  Carrier Driver, 43, Dies

A 43-year-old man of Bau Road, Cautata, Tailevu, died last Friday after the vehicle he was driving veered off the

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Adi Vasulevu For Geneva UN Women Meeting

  Adi Vasulevu For Geneva UN Women Meeting

Fiji will be represented at an international conference addressing the Gender Dimension of Weather and Climate Services in Geneva, Switzerland

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Relief For Magodro

  Relief For Magodro

The days of interrupted water supply for the people of Magodro, Bukuya, in the highlands of Ba, are over. They

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Mango Earns More For Lilieta

  Mango Earns More For Lilieta

Vendors in Labasa are taking advantage of fruits like mango which is in season. It’s that time of the year

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Anglicans Hold Confirmation Sunday

  Anglicans Hold Confirmation Sunday

More than 25 children of Saint Thomas Anglican Church in Labasa were part of the confirmation Sunday held at their

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Fallen Heroes Remembered

  Fallen Heroes  Remembered

The Republic of Fiji Military Forces yesterday held a dawn service to remember their comrades who lost their lives on

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589 Booked By Tobacco Unit

  589 Booked By Tobacco Unit

More than 500 people have been booked so far for the illegal sale of cigarette rolls. This was confirmed by

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International Jurist Applauds Fiji’s Laws

  International Jurist Applauds Fiji’s Laws

A distinguished  retired judge of the High Court of Australia has applauded Fiji’s laws on discrimination addressed in our Constitution.

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Battle Words From Cancer Fighter

  Battle Words From Cancer Fighter

To women out there who are living with cancer – Please be brave. Get treatment and fight. Because you are

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