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    Methodists To Develop Inter-Faith Policy

Methodists To Develop Inter-Faith Policy

Te Methodist Church in Fiji plans to develop a policy for engaging with communities of other faiths. The church’s general secretary, Reverend Tevita Banivanua said they were a community of

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    Fiji Hindus Mark Navratri Festival

Fiji Hindus Mark Navratri Festival

Navratri, literally interpreted as ‘nine nights,’ is one of the most celebrated Hindu festivals where devotees of all ages come together to take part, especially the females. Shastri Jayendra Kumar

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    Rip Off, Online Victims Claim

Rip Off, Online Victims Claim

The Consumer Council of Fiji has once again alerted members of the public to be cautious when shopping online. This fresh warning comes after an alarm was raised by some

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    Students Pass Programme

Students Pass Programme

Forty international students graduated from the University of the South Pacific’s (USP) Faculty of Arts, Law and Education’s Intensive English Programme (IEP) last Friday. The programme is spread over four

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    Digicel Staff Donate Blood

Digicel Staff Donate Blood

Digicel Fiji celebrated its sixth anniversary by organising a blood drive at its head office in Suva yesterday. This is the third year for the telecommunication company to hold a

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    Spa Staff Show Concern For Environment

Spa Staff Show Concern For Environment

More than 14 staff from the Heavenly Spa at the Westin Resort, on Denarau Island, Nadi stepped up their community project initiatives through a cleanup drive in Nadi on Monday.

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    Voravora: No Disruptions To External  Exams

Voravora: No Disruptions To External Exams

There will be no disruptions to external exams in schools regarding the current dry spell faced at the Western Division. The Divisional Education Officer – West, Lorima Voravora, said school

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    Uni Blood Drive Can Save Lives

Uni Blood Drive Can Save Lives

Last Saturday’s blood drive in Lautoka organised by University of the South Pacific could save the lives of about 159 people. The USP Lautoka campus’ second blood drive for the

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    Breakdown Upsets North Lorry Drivers

Breakdown Upsets North Lorry Drivers

Drivers delivering harvested sugarcane to the Fiji Sugar Corporation mill in Labasa are frustrated with what they say are weekly breakdowns. They said the breakdowns were taking a huge toll

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Teenager Faces Death Charge

  Teenager Faces Death Charge

A 16-year-old student has been charged  over the death of a Year 11 student following a motor vehicle accident in

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Watchtower Drives Sneaky Poachers Away

  Watchtower Drives Sneaky Poachers Away

A watchtower sitting on a lonely hillside, overlooking a vast stretch of ocean is the latest weapon in the  armoury

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Government Helps Fund Labasa College Hostel Facelift

  Government Helps Fund Labasa College Hostel Facelift

The girls hostel at Labasa College is undergoing renovations as part of the Ministry of Education’s project to improve facilities

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Livestock Deaths In North

  Livestock Deaths In North

The livestock sector has been drastically affected by the dry spell affecting the Northern Division. Principal agricultural officer – North,

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New Gear For Batirilagi District School

  New Gear For Batirilagi District School

Batirilagi District School in Seaqaqa, Vanua Levu, received new equipment from the Ministry of Education earlier this week. The equipment

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DHL Continues Community Work

  DHL Continues Community Work

As part of DHL Fiji Limited’s corporate social responsibility, the courier company worked at schools as their way of giving

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Fijian Art Made It To FIFA World Cup

  Fijian Art Made It To FIFA World Cup

A Year Eight student of DAV Primary School in Ba, Alipate Tiko, was awarded for his artwork, the Pasifi-Ika, in

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Vendors Concerned About New Market

  Vendors Concerned About New Market

Nadi Market vendors raised several concerns on the recently-opened market building during a meeting with the Town Council in Nadi,

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Stabbing Victim,14, Cremated

  Stabbing Victim,14, Cremated

It was a sad day yesterday for Ashna Devi’s family as they cremated her body at the Muainaweni Cemetery, Naitasiri.

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‘Prison Is Not Glamorous’

  ‘Prison Is Not Glamorous’

The Fiji Corrections Service has visited nine secondary schools in a bid to inform students that prison was not a

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Akbar Plans To End Dependency

  Akbar Plans To End Dependency

Minister for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation Rosy Akbar said she would work hard to improve the livelihood of Fijian

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Fiji Booth Draws Interest

  Fiji Booth Draws Interest

The Fiji booth at the Location event in Mumbai, India, attracted a large number of potential Bollywood movie producers and

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Association Plans More Help

  Association Plans More Help

Fiji Association of the Deaf marked World Deaf Day last Friday. The association is a self-help group run by the

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Fiji, China Relations Stronger

  Fiji, China  Relations  Stronger

Relations between Fiji and China deepened after bilateral talks in New York yesterday. The Foreign Ministers of China and Fiji

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Naitini Misses Grandson

  Naitini Misses Grandson

A 71-year-old man is still coming to terms with the death of his six-year-old grandson who drowned in the Wainibuka

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Fatal Accident in Taveuni

  Fatal Accident in Taveuni

A 15-year-old boy, who was involved in an accident on Taveuni last Friday night, died on Saturday at the Labasa

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Veilomani Boys Numbers Up

  Veilomani Boys Numbers Up

The Veilomani Boys Home in Ba which is one of the nine residential homes for underprivileged children have experienced an

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Concerns Regarding Negative Attitude

  Concerns  Regarding Negative Attitude

Dilkusha Girl’s Home has raised concern regarding some of the attitudes of some children living at the home. Home’s superintendent

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‘Use Water Wisely’

  ‘Use Water Wisely’

Government is calling on Fijians to use water wisely as the dry spell continues across the country. The Ministry of

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Friendly North Committee Hosts Contestants

  Friendly North Committee Hosts Contestants

The Vodafone Festival of the Friendly North committee hosted the contestants and all stakeholders to a thanksgiving party at Labasa

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