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Bottled Water For Schools
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Bottled Water For Schools

The Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport has received two shipping containers of bottled water, worth $50,000, d...

Canoes For Ocean Awareness And Climate Change
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Canoes For Ocean Awareness And Climate Change

Samoa, the Cook Islands and Fiji are sending a canoe each to the International Union for the Conservation of Natureâ...

Students Tour Fiji Sun Operations
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Students Tour Fiji Sun Operations

Graphic design and photography students of the Fiji National University toured the Fiji Sun headquarters yesterday. ...

The Race Is On
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The Race Is On

The 2014 Bilibili Race was launched at the Shangri-La’s Fijian Resort and Spa on Monday. It also celebrated the an...

Military Officers At Fiji Day Rehearsal
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Military Officers At Fiji Day Rehearsal

Five hundred men and women from the Republic of Fiji Military Forces and the Fiji Navy will be taking part in the Fi...

Fijian Reporter Charged
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Fijian Reporter Charged

Apisalome Rabo, a television journalist has been charged with one count of fabricating evidence and conspiracy to de...

Bilitaki Report With Minister
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Bilitaki Report With Minister

Afull report on the arrest and detention of Josefa Bilitaki has been submitted to the office of the Minister for Imm...

O’Connor: Be Careful This Diwali
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O’Connor: Be Careful This Diwali

As Diwali is just around the corner, members of the public will be lighting up firecrackers, candles and other sorts...

Rain Relief Up North
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Rain Relief Up North

Rain in the past few days in the North has brought relief to many residents. For Siberia, Labasa resident, Parma Nan...

Kaitani Grateful For New Wheelchair
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Kaitani Grateful For New Wheelchair

Cama Kaitani, 70, of Navulokani Settlement, Naitasiri was grateful to the Vodafone Fiji Foundation after receiving a...

Shopping For Diwali
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Shopping For Diwali

People have started Diwali shopping, well ahead of the Festival of Lights. Deepawali or Diwali as it is commonly kno...

Surgeons Begin Operations
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Surgeons Begin Operations

A specialist team from the Sahyadri Group of Hospitals in India has started conducting advanced cardiology surgery y...

Early Detection Helps People Regain Their Sight
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Early Detection Helps People Regain Their Sight

People can be helped to regain their sight if their eye conditions are detected early, but if there is a delay, visi...

No More Avoidable Blindness
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No More Avoidable Blindness

With World Sight Day on Thursday there should be ‘No More Avoidable Blindness’ says Ministry of Health’s Natio...

Outrigger Readies For Bilibili Race
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Outrigger Readies For Bilibili Race

Staff and management, with their family members, of Outrigger on the Lagoon Fiji got together last weekend for a cle...

Swells Roll In From South, Resorts Take No Chances
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Swells Roll In From South, Resorts Take No Chances

Coral Coast resorts played it safe yesterday. They restricted activities for guests in the sea off the resorts as bi...

Intruder Damages Shops And Taxi
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Intruder Damages Shops And Taxi

Shop owners in Labasa are alarmed after being threatened by a man over the weekend. Basha’s bakery shop owner Adam...

Bee-Keepers Will Learn Finance
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Bee-Keepers Will Learn Finance

Bee farmers from the five villages in the Udu district will undergo financial literacy training next week. The five ...

Nasinu Muslim Students Treat Teachers
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Nasinu Muslim Students Treat Teachers

The Student Council of Nasinu Muslim Primary School in Nakasi yesterday hosted their teachers in a celebration to co...

Naililili Marks Confirmation
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Naililili Marks Confirmation

Forty-seven members of the St Iosefo Na Wati Maria Catholic Parish at Naililili in Rewa took part in the sacrament o...

No More Wet Trips To School
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No More Wet Trips To School

Children of Nauluvatu Village in the upper reaches of Waidina River in Naitasiri no longer have to get wet before th...

Police Remember Fallen Comrades
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Police Remember Fallen Comrades

Members of the Fiji Police Force gathered at the Special Response Unit in Nasinu yesterday to commemorate the lives ...

19 For The Holy Land
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19 For The Holy Land

Nineteen members of the Yarawa Wesley Circuit in Nabua, Suva, will leave the country today for a 19-day pilgrimage t...

Children Pray For Knowledge
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Children Pray For Knowledge

Hundreds of Hindu children gathered at the Laxmi Narayan Temple in Suva yesterday to offer their prayers to goddess ...

Rain Brings Great Relief
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Rain Brings Great Relief

Some livestock farmers in Labasa were relieved when it rained throughout the day yesterday. Goat herder Hirdesh Pras...

Diwali Next For Ba Sanatan
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Diwali Next For Ba Sanatan

The Ba Sanatan Dharm Partinidhi Sabha has started preparing for the upcoming Diwali celebrations that will be hosted...

Muslims Mark Festival Of Sacrifice
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Muslims Mark Festival Of Sacrifice

Muslims in Fiji joined other devotees around the world yesterday to celebrate Eid-al-Adha, the Festival of Sacrifice...

Church Looks At Using Social Media
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Church Looks At Using Social Media

The Catholic Church in Fiji is looking at using social media to reach out to its members who don’t come to church....

ACS Old Scholars Celebrates 66th
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ACS Old Scholars Celebrates 66th

The alumni of the prestigious Adi Cakobau School celebrated their 66th anniversary its themed ‘RaNadi Ball’ at t...

Hindu Festival Ends
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Hindu Festival Ends

Navratri, one of the most celebrated Hindu festivals devoted to goddess Durga concluded last night with a final pray...

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