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    St Giles Plans Decentralisation

St Giles Plans Decentralisation

St Giles Hospital in Suva is now planning to decentralise its services, says its medical superintendent, Dr Peni Biukoto. “We are planning to take the services to other divisions by

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    Australian Man Suspect On Drug Bust

Australian Man Suspect On Drug Bust

An Australian man is in custody after his alleged involvement in a heroin bust at the Lautoka Wharf last Sunday. The suspect is being questioned by the Police as investigations

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    Lovo Gone Wrong

Lovo Gone Wrong

The excitement of a Christmas Day lovo almost turned into a major fire incident for a family of Fletcher Road, Vatuwaqa, after the lovo fire went out of control. The

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    No Major Incident Reported, Say  Police

No Major Incident Reported, Say Police

Despite a lot of movements during the Christmas holidays there were no major incidents reported says director traffic Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Mahesh Mishra. He said this was part

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    Crackdown In City

Crackdown In City

The Fiji Police mobile teams were out on the streets in Suva early on Christmas morning to monitor stragglers and the drunk and disorderly. Many were chased out from a

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    World War I: Relatives Of Indigenous Soldiers Fight for Recognition 100 years On

World War I: Relatives Of Indigenous Soldiers Fight for Recognition 100 years On

There is a growing push for better recognition of Indigenous Australian soldiers, many of whom had to lie about their identity to serve their country. Some of those soldiers’ names

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    Fishers, Vendors Affected By Waste Spill

Fishers, Vendors Affected By Waste Spill

Fishermen and fish vendors at Bailey Bridge in Laucala Beach have admitted a drop in sales following the recent sewage spill into the Wainivula Creek, Suva. Praveen Singh, 32, a

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    Last Parade For Singha

Last Parade For Singha

Lieutenant-General Iqbal Singh Singha officiated at his final regimental outing as chief guest of the Fiji contingent presenting them with UNDOF medals. He is the United Nations Disengagement Observers Force

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    Caught By Wind

Caught By Wind

A small aircraft veered off the runway yesterday at the airstrip at Taunovo Bay, Pacific Harbour. The aircraft was a Skyhawk DQ-FTE. Skydive Fiji managing director and chief pilot Tim

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Walter Thomas Remembered

  Walter Thomas  Remembered

Media veteran, Walter Thomas was a naturally gifted man, says the former secretary general to Parliament, Mary Chapman. Ms Chapman

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Xmas Cheer From India

  Xmas Cheer From India

Fijian students studying at the Acharya Institute of Graduate Studies (AIGS) in Bangalore, India, were delighted to be part of

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Christmas Fun In Village: Maria

  Christmas Fun In Village: Maria

Christmas holidays is much more fun and meaningful when it is spent in the village says, Sulita Maria. The 61-year-old

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Christmas Is For Giving, Sharing, Loving

  Christmas Is For Giving, Sharing, Loving

Sitiveni Gonewai of Vatuwaqa, in Suva says Christmas is all about loving, sharing and forgiving one another. He was among

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Sovaia Returns Home

  Sovaia Returns Home

Overcoming your difficulties is one of the key to the success, says blind double masters graduate, Sovaia Faktaufon. She made

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Ministry Farewells 9

  Ministry Farewells 9

Retiree Kamlesh Lakhan says it was an honour to work for the Ministry for Agriculture during the past 33 years.

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Fijian B.C’s Saddest Robber Faces Deportation

  Fijian B.C’s Saddest  Robber Faces  Deportation

KAMLOOPS, B.C. A Fijian living in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada, who broke down in tears while robbing a Kamloops store

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$30m Heroin Suspect Named, Charged

  $30m Heroin Suspect Named, Charged

Lautoka businessman Shahid Khan has been named and charged in the case involving the importation of heroin. A bail and

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Yauvoli Meets US Officials

  Yauvoli Meets US Officials

Fiji’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs permanent secretary Amena Yauvoli has met with senior officials of the United States Department of

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Second Chance For Inmates

  Second Chance For Inmates

More businesses should think about giving inmates second chances and employing them, says Labasa businessman Nazim Shah. “We should welcome

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Balloons For Xmas

  Balloons For Xmas

We thought of helping our parents shop this Christmas. These were the words of two brothers Inoke Detevolu and Naibuka

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Welfare Officers For Maritime Areas

  Welfare Officers For Maritime Areas

The Ministry for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation will be deploying staff to service maritime areas. Minister Rosy Akbar said

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Staff Brought Smiles To Family

  Staff Brought Smiles To Family

The staff of Vinod Patel and Home and Living Labasa Branch brought smiles to the faces of a widow and

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Ratu Inoke Salutes War Veterans

  Ratu Inoke Salutes War Veterans

Fiji’s Foreign Affairs Minister Ratu Inoke Kubuabola was yesterday briefed on a recent visit to Malaysia by three war veterans

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New Hospital To Improve Service

  New Hospital To Improve Service

The new hospital in Rotuma will provide better health care and services for the islanders. The hospital will have a

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Fiji Extends Global Reach

  Fiji Extends Global Reach

This year Fiji has extended its diplomatic contacts by countries, says the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Ratu Inoke Kubuabola. He

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Tuitubou Visits Legalega Youths

  Tuitubou Visits Legalega Youths

The Minister for Youth and Sports, Laisenia Tuitubou, visited a group of youths of Legalega in Nadi last weekend. Mr

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Malaysians To Increase Student Intake

  Malaysians To Increase Student Intake

The Malaysia Education Centre will be looking at increasing its student intake for 2015 when they it comes down to

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Church Sings carols

  Church Sings carols

The Wesley City Mission Church in Suva was filled with the sweet harmonious voices of the young and old singing

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Corrections Promote Equality

  Corrections Promote Equality

In a bid to promote gender equality, Fiji Corrections Service has taken a new step in deploying female wardens in

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