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    Collaboration Key To Raising Standards In Schools: Academic

Collaboration Key To Raising Standards In Schools: Academic

Collaboration among key stakeholders is absolutely essential in schools to raise the education standard, says an academic. Radilaite Delaibatiki Cam­mock, a public health lecturer at Auckland University Institute of Technology,

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    Emotional Get-Together For Ex-USP Students

Emotional Get-Together For Ex-USP Students

It was an emotional get-together for former gradu­ates of the University of the South Pacific (USP) when they met at the Lautoka campus as part of the alumni programme. The

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    Former Teacher Goes To Jail For Dishonesty

Former Teacher Goes To Jail For Dishonesty

A 59-year-old former school teacher was sentenced to 17 months and 24 days imprisonment yesterday. Litiana Taoi appeared before Chief Magistrate Us­aia Ratuvili at the Suva Magistrates Court. Taoi was

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    Inside Out Ready For A Blast

Inside Out Ready For A Blast

For this year’s Thurston Food and Music Festival, the Suva-based band is all geared up to perform once more to entertain the public with their covers of 1970s hits in

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    Nasinu Residents Welcome Daily Rubbish Collection Run

Nasinu Residents Welcome Daily Rubbish Collection Run

Nasinu residents say they are happy with the new rubbish collection regime introduced by the Nasinu Town Council that began on Monday this week. The council has begun collect­ing kitchen

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    Ezekiel Sharma Dreams Of Change

Ezekiel Sharma Dreams Of Change

SODELPA provisional candidate Ezekiel Sharma believes it is time for a change in Government. Mr Sharma, of Wailevu in Labasa, is the latest SODELPA provisional can­didate vying for a ticket

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    Insight Into Chinese Architecture

Insight Into Chinese Architecture

Fijians will be able to gain an insight into Chinese contem­porary architecture and re­cent developments in their art. The Skyline-Chinese Contempo­rary Architecture Exhibition of­ficially opened on Level 7, Ganilau House,

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    Four Fijians Bound For India

Four Fijians Bound For India

Waseem Sufyaan Ali, 18, of Lautoka, was inspired by his sister and mother who stud­ied in India to apply for scholarships offered by the Indian Council of Cul­tural Relations (ICCR)

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    FICAC Advised To Seek Interpol Help

FICAC Advised To Seek Interpol Help

Magistrate Waleen George has advised Fiji Inde­pendent Commission Against Corruption (FI­CAC) to go through Interpol if they had any dif­ficulties locating Lolesh Sharma. Sharma, the Sun Insurance Limited former chief

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Fiji Boosts Fight Against Illegal Fishing

  Fiji Boosts Fight Against Illegal Fishing

After a unanimous decision in Parliament this week, Fiji has now agreed on Port State Measures to prevent, deter and

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Two Bands To Watch At Food, Music Day Today

  Two Bands To Watch At Food, Music Day Today

The Gang and RelatiV will take the stage Two bands aim to make an impact when the one-day Thurston Food

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Two Fijians Graduate From China University

  Two Fijians Graduate From China University

The scholarship was funded by the China Ministry of Education Internal Exchange Programme by the China Scholarship Council of the

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Donation Starts Proposed School Computer Lab

  Donation Starts Proposed School Computer Lab

Vutia District School in Rewa re­ceived a $1000 donation to start a fund for a proposed computer laboratory on Thursday.

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Measures Taken To Contain Termites

  Measures Taken To Contain Termites

Labasa and Lautoka have been declared emergency areas for Asian Subterranean Ter­mites (AST). Biosecurity Authority of Fiji (BAF) said termites

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India Helps Buy Vehicles For Elections

  India Helps Buy Vehicles For Elections

The Indian High Commission­er, Vishvas Sapkal, hopes to continue the relationship with Fiji in strengthening democ­racy. The High Commission a

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Ex-NFP Man On Rape Charge Alleges Police Brutality

  Ex-NFP Man On Rape Charge Alleges Police Brutality

A former National Federation Party provisional can­didate charged with one count of rape yesterday al­leged in court that he was

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Rabuka Again Calls Help For People ‘Freebies’

  Rabuka Again Calls Help For People ‘Freebies’

A-G, in his Budget address, explained why it is Government’s priority to provide such services The Social Democratic Liberal Party

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Empowerment For Special Needs Students

  Empowerment For Special Needs Students

A new scouts’ programme focusing on inclusiveness has been described as an effort to empower young women in society. Under

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LDS College Students Confident Heading Into Film Festival

  LDS College Students Confident Heading Into Film Festival

The students wrote the script and they wanted to showcase the values they were taught in school Fiji LDS College

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Stronger Governance In Fiji

  Stronger Governance In Fiji

The Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) is committed to strengthening society through world-class governance. For many years, the AICD

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Assessors Opinion: 4 Not Guilty

  Assessors Opinion: 4 Not Guilty

Assessors have delivered an opinion Napolioni Leiloma, Wame Baleimakogai, Luke Sorovakatini and Sanjay Lal are not guilty on charges of

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Rabuka Warned Amidst Bail Breach Charge

  Rabuka Warned Amidst Bail Breach Charge

A stern warning was issued to Social Democratic Liberal Party (SODELPA) leader Sitiveni Rabuka by Magistrate Jioji Boseiwaqa yesterday. This

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Drainage Works To Minimise Flooding

  Drainage Works To Minimise Flooding

Proposed works on the Lakena and Manoca drainage improvement project in Nausori are intended to minimise the impacts of flooding.

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Council Probes Pollution Claims

  Council Probes Pollution Claims

The Lautoka City Council is investigating claims by residents of a subdivision that some businesses are dumping oil and chemicals

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Dreketi Primary Students To Promote Our Culture In Japan

  Dreketi Primary Students To Promote Our Culture In Japan

Four Dreketi Primary School students will attend the 30th anniversary of the Asian Pacific Children’s Convention in Fukuoka, Japan. More

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Six winners In Courts June draw

  Six winners In Courts June draw

Six Fijians have been named in the Courts Hisense FIFA World Cup draw at the Courts Mega Samabula in Suva.

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Katonitabua – MACFEST A Success

  Katonitabua – MACFEST A Success

Fiji’s head of delegation to the 2018 Melanesian Arts and Cultural Festival and Permanent Secretary for iTaukei Affairs, Naipote Katonitabua

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Three-Month Extension For Contracts

  Three-Month Extension For Contracts

The Ministry of Health and Medical Services has assured nurse interns whose contracts expire next month that they have nothing

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RFNS Kiro ‘Totally Destroyed’

  RFNS Kiro ‘Totally Destroyed’

The General Court Martial against four Fijian Navy officers over the grounding of the RFNS Kiro in July 2016 has

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