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    Vuinadrodro Bridge  To Close

Vuinadrodro Bridge To Close

The Fiji Roads Authority wishes to advise those travelling on the Delaikoro Road in Labasa that the Vuinadrodro Bridge will undergo urgent structural repairs from next week. Work will be

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    Road Works Progressing Well

Road Works Progressing Well

The Dreketi-Nabouwalu road project is progressing well with 51 per cent of the work completed and sealing work is expected to start before the year wraps up. The $228-million-project that

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    Show Traditional Values: Kumar

Show Traditional Values: Kumar

Parents and teachers of schools in Nasinu were reminded to show traditional principles to students. The Acting Permanent Secretary of Education Basundra Kumar made the comment following the celebration of

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    Showing A Sense Of Patriotism

Showing A Sense Of Patriotism

Wearing something ‘Bula’ every Friday is usually trendy for most schools, businesses, Government and religious organisations in Fiji. The teachers of Nasinu Muslim Primary School yesterday wore ‘kalavata sulu jaba’

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    Vunimono Students Honour Their Teachers

Vunimono Students Honour Their Teachers

Students of Vunimono Primary School in Nausori took time out to honour their teachers with food and entertainment during their World Teachers’ Day celebration yesterday. “I want to thank my

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    QVS Marks Chapel’s 50th

QVS Marks Chapel’s 50th

The Queen Victoria School family will celebrate the 50th Anniversary (Golden Jubilee) of the QVS Memorial Chapel at Matavatucou, Tailevu North, tomorrow, starting at 9am. Since its inception on August

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    Tino Launches First Rotuman Album

Tino Launches First Rotuman Album

Finally the long wait is over as Okostino Hunt (aka) Tino released his first music album titled Rotuma He’oa (Rotuma calling). Two catchy numbers Ae se ou (Don’t you cry),

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    Naviti Opens  4 New Bures

Naviti Opens 4 New Bures

The Naviti Resort officially opened their new Fijian Village that displays various Fijian handicrafts made by villagers living near the resort. What idle land now contains four thatched bure with

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    Nadi Teachers Mark World Teachers’ Day

Nadi Teachers Mark World Teachers’ Day

Nadi teachers gathered at Sangam College in Nadi on Wednesday to celebrate World Teachers’ Day. It was the first time they gathered to mark their day which officially started in

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Body Care Products For Voyagers

  Body Care Products For Voyagers

Pure Fiji donated $11,000 worth of bathing and body care products to the crew of the three traditional canoes for

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Fire Destroys 25 Years Of Memories

  Fire Destroys 25 Years Of Memories

Twenty five years of memories went up in smoke when the Goundar family of Covuli Street, Simla, in Lautoka lost

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Stepfather Walks Free

  Stepfather Walks Free

A stepfather charged with rape walked free after the High Court in Suva acquitted him. On November 13, 2010 at

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Charlene Thanks Fiji Sun

  Charlene Thanks Fiji Sun

Miss World Fiji Charlene Sulueti Tafuna’i, who has one month left before the final competition in London, thanked the Fiji

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It’s A Sugar Rush

  It’s A Sugar Rush

Farmers in the Northern were Division counting down the hours as they rushed to the mill yesterday to deliver their

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FNPF Invests In In-House Training

  FNPF Invests In In-House Training

The Fiji National Provident Fund (FNPF) yesterday hosted an employer’s workshop at the Takia Hotel’s Conference Room in Labasa. With

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Fiji Day Begins Today

  Fiji Day Begins Today

Government has encouraged Fijians across the country to celebrate Fiji Day this year with their friends and families. As the

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Lewa Remembers Siga On Rememberance Day

  Lewa Remembers Siga On Rememberance Day

Former soldier, Warrant Officer Class 2 (WO2) Qoriniasi Lewa usually remembers Eparama Siga, the Republic of Fiji Military Forces’ (RFMF)

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Sweets For Diwali

  Sweets For Diwali

The festival of Diwali is associated with firecrackers and decoration. However another important aspect of Diwali is sweets. Days before

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Officers Leave For RAMSI

  Officers Leave For RAMSI

Two senior officers from the Fiji Police Force will be leaving on Saturday for a tour of duty with the

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Tippy Taps For Children

  Tippy Taps For Children

More than a hundred schools have made Tippy Taps, a low cost but effective device to enable children to wash

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Surprise Birthday Celebration

  Surprise Birthday Celebration

Senior officers of the Fiji Corrections Service (FCS) yesterday organised a surprise birthday celebration for Commissioner Lieutenant-Colonel Ifereimi Vasu. They

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Unsupervised Livestock Destroys Farms In Lekutu

  Unsupervised Livestock Destroys Farms In Lekutu

Animals and unsupervised livestock have been identified as one of the problems encountered daily by the people of Bua. Senior

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Bua People Told To Register Births

  Bua People Told To Register Births

Delegates to the tikina ‘o Lekutu (Lekutu district), Bua province meeting on Tuesday, were urged by the Registrar of Births,

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Market Vendors Urged To Display Price Tags

  Market Vendors Urged To Display Price Tags

The Labasa Town Council has urged market vendors to attach correct price tags on produce they sell at the Labasa

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10 At Fisheries Training

  10 At Fisheries Training

A fisheries extension course aimed at assisting fisheries sector development in island countries was opened in Suva yesterday. The one-month

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Viliame Accepts Father’s Death

  Viliame Accepts Father’s Death

Makoi Methodist High School Year 12 student, Viliame Koroinivalu, has accepted the death of his beloved father and soldier, the

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PM Briefed On Dry Spell

  PM Briefed On Dry Spell

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama was briefed on Tuesday about the prolonged dry spell affecting most parts of Fiji. The National

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Fiji Seeks Scholarships From Kazakhstan

  Fiji Seeks Scholarships From Kazakhstan

Fiji is looking forward to strengthen its bilateral relations with Kazakhstan. The Minister for Foreign Affairs, Ratu Inoke Kubuabola, when

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Bottled Water For Schools

  Bottled Water For Schools

The Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport has received two shipping containers of bottled water, worth $50,000, donated by Natural Waters

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