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    Fallen Labalaba Praised

Fallen Labalaba Praised

The Nadi-based Fiji Ex-servicemen and their families came out in numbers yesterday to be part of Remembrance Day to honour the fallen, including one of their greatest sons – the

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    Sewing Machine For Club

Sewing Machine For Club

Members of the Sawani Mother’s Club in Naitasiri can help provide for their families, thanks to the Ministry of Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation. The club was donated two sewing

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    Stronger Voice For Women

Stronger Voice For Women

The Ministry of Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation has started a new partnership with the Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre (FWCC). This was confirmed during a meeting on Monday by the

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    Artists Urged To Step Out Of Comfort Zone

Artists Urged To Step Out Of Comfort Zone

Local artist Maria Rova urged all artists to step away from their comfort zone and learn to get their work out. “It is really important to take courage with both

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    Simmons Meet In Labasa

Simmons Meet In Labasa

Descendants of James Simmons met for the first time in their hometown in Labasa from October 9 to 11 for their inaugural family reunion. The family celebrated the arrival of

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    Melanesian Council First For Fiji

Melanesian Council First For Fiji

A new Fiji Melanesian Council will now represent the interests of the descendants of ni-Vanuatu and Solomon Island labourers to Fiji. The Council was formed following the conclusion of the

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    Collection $8million Short

Collection $8million Short

The Nasinu Town Council has collected only $3million of the total $11m in rates arrears owed to the council. This was confirmed by the council’s special administrator, Mosese Kama. He

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    $12,000 For Church  Extension

$12,000 For Church Extension

Members of Nasekula Methodist Church in Labasa will soon have more room to worship after the church raised more than $12,000 recently. The money raised will help renovate and extend

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    Red Cross Appeal Now Hits North

Red Cross Appeal Now Hits North

The Fiji Red Cross Society is optimistic that Vanua Levu residents will contribute generously to their national street appeal. Volunteers from the humanitarian organisation are in Labasa and other urban

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LTA Gets More Corporate Help

  LTA Gets More Corporate Help

The Land Transport Authority has commended every organisation that had partnered with them in promoting road safety in the country.

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Culture Of Excellence Important

  Culture Of Excellence Important

A culture of excellence is an integral part of organisational DNA, says the vice-chancellor of Fiji National University, Dr Ganesh

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Rural Women Designers Recognised

  Rural Women Designers Recognised

In a bid to recognise the efforts of rural women, the Federation of Rural Women hosted 15 women rural designers

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Rosy Plans For Recipients

  Rosy Plans For Recipients

Government has more help for our senior citizens and people receiving help from the Ministry of Women, Children and Poverty

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Girl, 13, Dies

  Girl, 13, Dies

Labasa Police are investigating the death of a 13-year-old girl who was believed to have fallen from a mango tree

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Fiji Has Lost A Champion

  Fiji Has Lost A Champion

Chief Commissioner of the Fiji Scouts Association Jone Naisau said the Scouts movement in Fiji had lost a champion. He

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St Joseph’s Year 13 Remembered

  St Joseph’s Year 13 Remembered

It was a quiet and dignified gathering yesterday at Suva’s St Joseph’s Secondary School as Year 13 students were farewelled

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Catholic Youths Hold bazaar

  Catholic Youths Hold bazaar

In a bid to have youth interaction among its young church members, the Central Eastern Division Youth Council organised a

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Appeal Going Well For Red Cross

  Appeal Going Well  For Red Cross

The Fiji Red Cross Society thanks members of the public who have contributed generously to their one-week National Street Appeal

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Water Tanks For Nakavika

  Water Tanks For Nakavika

Villagers of Nakavika in Namosi will soon have proper water storage facilities. This is after the Minister for Women, Children

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High Tide Concerns Squatter Resident

  High Tide Concerns Squatter Resident

A resident of Namara Settlement outside Labasa, Prakash Wati, yesterday raised her concern about the effects of high tides on

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Kama: Accept Ex-offenders

  Kama: Accept  Ex-offenders

The People of Valelevu in Nasinu were yesterday urged to accept, forgive and give ex-inmates from their area a second

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Early Christmas Cheer for Residents

  Early Christmas Cheer for Residents

Members of the Chinese Association of Fiji recently celebrated Chung Yeung Festival with the residents of the Father Law Home

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Shekhar Funeral Today

  Shekhar Funeral Today

Social activist Chandra Shekhar will be buried today with the dignity that he lived his life. The former chief executive

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Mana Hosts Morning Tea For Cancer

  Mana Hosts Morning Tea For Cancer

After losing three staff members to cancer over the past two years, Mana Island Resort and Spa has stepped up

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Resort Praises Staff

  Resort Praises Staff

Staff members of Mana Island Resort and Spa have been recognised for helping boost visitor arrivals to the resort during

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PNG Likes Yellow Ribbon Project

  PNG Likes Yellow Ribbon Project

The Fiji Corrections Service’s Yellow Ribbon Project is gaining regional recognition which could see some of our wardens and officers

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Business For Church Youths

  Business For Church Youths

The Labasa Seventh-day Church Youth group has ventured into bakery for income-generation. The bakery was visited by the Minister for

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Public Consultations Draws North Crowd

  Public Consultations Draws North Crowd

The people of the North, especially farmers, were pleased as the Ministry for Lands and Mineral Resources hosted its first

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Educator, Administrator, Arya Samaj Pundit Dies In USA

  Educator, Administrator,  Arya Samaj Pundit Dies In USA

A prominent citizen of Fiji and a pillar of the Fiji Indian community living in San Francisco Bay area, Dhirendra

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