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  • Guns In PlanPolice are looking at arming their officers in future for special operations. The Comissioner of Police, [...]
    Guns In Plan

Guns In Plan

Police are looking at arming their officers in future for special operations. The Comissioner of Police, Bernardus Groenewald, revealed this yesterday. He said internationally, Police officers were armed when they

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    Budget Will Say It All, Says Tuitubou

Budget Will Say It All, Says Tuitubou

Government’s seriousness about youth and developments will show in the Budget, says Laisenia Tuitubou. The Minister for Youth and Sports was speaking to participants of the 1st Global Forum on

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    Threat days Behind: Konrote

Threat days Behind: Konrote

The days of trade unions making threats and using confrontational tactics are behind us, says the Minister for Employment, Productivity and Industrial Relations. Jioji Konrote says the way forward now

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    WO1 Watesoko Thankful For Military Life

WO1 Watesoko Thankful For Military Life

Warrant Officer Class 1 Sireli Watesoko had nothing but kind words for the Republic of Fiji Military Forces (RFMF) when he retired from the forces yesterday. The Tauvu Association of

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    Concerns About Chiefs Not New

Concerns About Chiefs Not New

The concerns about leadership offered by chiefs are not new. They have been subject of reviews, debates and political discussion since our colonial past. The issues raised by Deputy Permanent

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    Call To Serve

Call To Serve

Plans are set to train chiefs to unite and  serve their people better. The Deputy Permanent Secretary for iTaukei Affairs, Apakuki Kurusiga, confirmed the plans yesterday. A management course was

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Culinary Delight At Trade Show

  Culinary Delight At Trade Show

New Zealand chef and judge Morna McGregor (middle), with other judges during the Vodafone HOTEC Trade Show at the Sofitel

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Fiji Wants Trade Deal Extended

  Fiji Wants Trade Deal Extended

Fiji is seeking an extension of the South Pacific Regional Trade and Economic Co-operation Agreement (SPARTECA). The Minister for Foreign

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Protect Women, Girls: Fiji Tells UN Debate

  Protect Women, Girls: Fiji Tells UN Debate

Fiji has urged the United Nations Security Council Open Debate on Women, Peace and Security to protect displaced women and

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More Skills Needed: Tulele

  More Skills Needed: Tulele

Nurses need more skills in order to carry out their duties well and better care for patients. Retired nurse, Ruci

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Two More Take Stand in Rokovunisei Case

  Two More Take Stand in Rokovunisei Case

Two more witnesses took the stand yesterday in the hearing of a case between the Fiji National Provident Fund and

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Ratu Sukuna Bowl $40,000

  Ratu Sukuna Bowl $40,000

From left; Republic of Fiji Military Forces Chief-of Staff Land Force Lieutenant-Colonel Alipate Vosaicake and  Fiji Navy Commander John Fox

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Military Kept Promise: Chief

  Military Kept Promise: Chief

The military yesterday made a traditional presentation to Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama as a show of support and gratitude. The

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Companies Warned

  Companies Warned

Foreign companies in the North have been warned to comply with Fiji’s laws or lose their registration. The warning has

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Bishop Keeps Promise To Attend Fiji-Australia Business Forum

  Bishop Keeps Promise To Attend Fiji-Australia Business Forum

The Australian Foreign Minister, Julie Bishop, keeps a promise in Suva this week. She will attend the 21st Fiji Australia

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Fijians Safe From Ebola: Salacakau

  Fijians Safe From Ebola: Salacakau

Fiji’s Ambassador to South Africa Ben Salacakau has reassured that all Fijians living in Southern areas of Africa were safe

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Good Memories To Take: Smith-Johns

  Good Memories To Take: Smith-Johns

‘I am leaving with a heavy heart,” said Permanent Secretary for the Department of Information and National Archives, Sharon Smith-Johns.

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Students Happy With First Paper

  Students Happy With First Paper

Year 13 students of Ballantine Memorial School in Delainavesi, Lami, yesterday completed their first examination paper. Perina Vakataqaqa, 19, said

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Groenewald for INTERPOL Meet

  Groenewald for  INTERPOL Meet

The Police Commissioner  Bernadus Groenewald will leave for Monacco next Friday to attend the INTERPOL Police chiefs annual general meeting.

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There are even ways and means to be followed to prevent threats and confrontation.
Minister for Employment, Productivity and Industrial Relations
Jioji Konrote

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