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    Editorial: A need to combat climate change through green hotels

Editorial: A need to combat climate change through green hotels

The international community is now, we hope beginning to take notice of the effect of climate change in the Asia Pacific region. Particularly, for tourism. The 30th Joint Commission for

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    Analysis: UniFiji Move  to address employment  issues positive

Analysis: UniFiji Move to address employment issues positive

A sigh of relief from the academic faculty greeted the news yesterday that the University of Fiji will hold a special council meeting on June 30. The meeting, among several

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    Magistrate Refuses Bail For Katonibau

Magistrate Refuses Bail For Katonibau

Former Fijian rugby 7s rep Isake Katonibau, 35, was told in the Suva Magistrates Court that he was given opportunities to reform but he continued to front the court on

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    One Dead, Two Hospitalised After Deadly Morning Crash

One Dead, Two Hospitalised After Deadly Morning Crash

A man is dead while two others were rushed to the Tavua Hospital following a motor vehicle accident at Yaqara Flat at around 7am this morning. The victim was driving a rental

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    Police Investigate Death of Lautoka Toddler

Police Investigate Death of Lautoka Toddler

An investigation is underway following the death of 1 year old girl in her home in in Veitari, Lautoka. The alleged incident occurred last Thursday. The victim was left in

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    Students Chant ‘Beat Plastic Pollution’ in Ba Campaign

Students Chant ‘Beat Plastic Pollution’ in Ba Campaign

Ba Town came alive as students from various schools in the Western Division took to the streets chanting ‘Beat Plastic Pollution’ while diplaying their placards. The message was clear. The

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    A-G Commissions Borehole For Tobacco Farms

A-G Commissions Borehole For Tobacco Farms

The 2013 Constitution provides that every Fijian has the right to access clean drinking water because it is a basic human right. Acting Prime Minister and Attorney- General, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum

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    Physically-challenged Father of 4 in Tears  After Receiving EFL Share Certificate

Physically-challenged Father of 4 in Tears After Receiving EFL Share Certificate

Sixty-two-year-old Surendra Kumar broke down in tears after he received the Energy Fiji Limited non-voting shares certificate from Acting Prime Minister and Attorney- General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum in Nadi yesterday. The

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    Ministry and WHO clarify report on Fiji’s diabetes rate

Ministry and WHO clarify report on Fiji’s diabetes rate

The Fiji Ministry of Health and Medical Services and the World Health Organisation have no affiliation or association with the World Life Expectancy website. Information or reports published by World

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Analysis: iTaukei No Longer Asset Rich, Cash-Poor

  Analysis: iTaukei No Longer Asset Rich, Cash-Poor

Landowners must make the most of the $10million set aside for iTaukei landowning units to develop their lands. This FijiFirst

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Best Mates Die Trying To Save Pair in River

  Best Mates Die Trying To Save Pair in River

Mosese Mamafainoa Buka and Laisenia Lomavatu were best friends. They loved life and did things together. On Sunday, they made

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Free clinic for children from orphanage

  Free clinic for  children from orphanage

Thirty-seven children from the Dilkusha Home orphanage in Nausori were given a special medical check-up at the Sri Sai Sanjeevani

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SODELPA Kadavu visit booked ‘before celebration’

  SODELPA Kadavu visit booked ‘before celebration’

Social Democratic Liberal Party leader Sitiveni Rabuka could not attend the final celebrations for the 40th anniversary of Fiji’s UN

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Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama heads to Germany, Brussels meetings

  Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama heads to  Germany,  Brussels meetings

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama will attend the Second Ministerial Meeting on Climate Action (MOCA) in Brussels, Belgium, from June 20–21.

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Temple, Devotees Mark 5-day Prayers

  Temple, Devotees Mark 5-day Prayers

Devotees flocked in big numbers to be part of the 3rd Mahakumba Abhishekam Pooja at the Sri Siva Subramanya Swami

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7s Stars’ Wives Tell

  7s Stars’ Wives Tell

Wives of some of our Fiji Airways Fijian 7s rugby stars have candidly spoken for the first time of their

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Fijians Find Ways To Make Friends In Lebanon

  Fijians Find Ways To Make Friends In Lebanon

Alivereti Senibau from Nadoi, Rewa went on two peacekeeping tours to Lebanon, the first in 1978 and the second from

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Remember Peacekeepers Who Died On Duty: Konrote

  Remember Peacekeepers  Who Died On Duty: Konrote

The President Major General (Retired) Jioji Konusi Konrote has called on all Fijians to remember our soldiers who paid the

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League President Offers Blessings During Celebration

  League President Offers Blessings During Celebration

May the blessings of Almighty Allah be showered upon you and grace your homes with peace, warmth and love. These

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Time To Forgive, Build Happy Relationships: Ambassador

  Time To Forgive, Build Happy Relationships: Ambassador

Indonesian Ambassador says Eid is a time to forgive, forget the past and build happy relationships with your loved ones.

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Ms Mataka Pays Tribute To Her Supportive Husband, Obedient Son

  Ms Mataka Pays Tribute To Her Supportive Husband, Obedient Son

The late Pastor Sakaraia Mataka and his 15-year-old son Paula Takei were laid to rest in Kitale, Kenya yesterday. The

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NFP Support Drops: Poll

  NFP Support Drops: Poll

The National Federation Party’s support has been on a constant decline over the past four weeks, Fiji Sun-Razor Poll has

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PM Praises Peacekeepers’ Proud Legacy

  PM Praises Peacekeepers’ Proud Legacy

Fijian peacekeepers who are serving abroad carry on a proud Fijian legacy that stretches far back as the First World

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Nawaikula On Careless Driving Charge

  Nawaikula On Careless Driving Charge

SODELPA Member of Parliament Niko Nawaikula has been charged with careless driving and failure to comply with requirements after a

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Ratuvou: Eid A Celebration Of Bringing People Together

  Ratuvou: Eid A Celebration Of Bringing People Together

Makelesi Ratuvou says Eid al-Fitr is a significant celebration because it teaches us the principles of sharing and caring. Ms

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5 iTaukei Projects To Break Ground

  5 iTaukei Projects To Break Ground

Five new iTaukei developments will soon break ground in Fiji after Government assistance. These come after comprehensive development proposals by

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Former Methodist Church President Reverend Tomasi Kanailagi Dies

  Former Methodist Church President Reverend Tomasi Kanailagi Dies

Former president of the Methodist Church of Fiji, Reverend Tomasi Kanailagi, died yesterday. The president of the Church, Reverend Epeneri

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Eid Calls For A Change In Our Lives: Akbar

  Eid Calls For A Change In Our Lives: Akbar

Ni sa Bula vinaka, namaste and As-Salaam-Alaikum. A blessed Eid Mubarak to all our fellow Fijians.  The celebrations of Eid

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DigitalFIJI To Revolutionise Way We Access Govt Info, Services

  DigitalFIJI To Revolutionise Way We Access Govt Info, Services

Government’s new mobile app, DigitalFIJI, launched in Suva yesterday, will revolutionise the way we access Government information and service. Two

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