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  • Boost Monitoring: PACThere was consensus yesterday at the Public Accounts Committee meeting on one recurring issue. The Ministry [...]
    PM: Give More Help

PM: Give More Help

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama yesterday encouraged the private sector to engage in philanthropy. He said: “Consider doing more in the way of philanthropy – to join hands with Government in

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    Qauia River For Dredging

Qauia River For Dredging

Residents of Qauia in Lami can now look forward to reduced flood risks and improved land fertility in their settlement. This follows a directive made by the Prime Minister, Voreqe

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    Water Authority Of Fiji Extends Office Hours

Water Authority Of Fiji Extends Office Hours

The Water Authority of Fiji (WAF) has extended its opening hours to cater for the rush for free water registration. The authority said in a statement yesterday that its National

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    Embassy Helps Fane Traill, Son

Embassy Helps Fane Traill, Son

The Fijian Embassy in United Arab Emirates (UAE) is trying its best to facilitate the repatriation of Fane Traill. Mrs Traill is a Fijian who was stranded in Kuwait with

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    PM Tours Academy

PM Tours Academy

The Prime Minister, Voreqe Bainimarama visited the Fiji National University’s Fiji Maritime Academy at Laucala Bay, Suva, yesterday to see the progress of the new bridge simulation training facility. He

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    Boost Monitoring: PAC

Boost Monitoring: PAC

There was consensus yesterday at the Public Accounts Committee meeting on one recurring issue. The Ministry of Finance needed immediate help with monitoring Government expenditure. The issue was first raised

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Officers For Scrutiny Today

  Officers For Scrutiny Today

Senior civil servants will appear before the Public Accounts Committee this morning to explain anomalies in financial accounts and procedures.

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ANALYSIS: Amend Media Decree

  ANALYSIS: Amend Media  Decree

The Media Industry Development Decree 2010 needs to be amended not repealed. The section dealing with penalties should be reviewed.

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Aussies Snubbed?

  Aussies Snubbed?

Top Government and Judiciary members conspicuously stayed away from the Australia Day celebrations in Suva last night. It underscored continuing

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Bus Breakdown Scrutiny

  Bus Breakdown Scrutiny

The Land Transport Authority will closely monitor the systems used by the bus operators to ensure safety. The consistent breakdowns

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High Tech Learning For Young

  High Tech Learning  For Young

The breakthrough in using advanced technology for youths in Lami and Fiji will soon turn to reality. Today, the Prime

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Where Are The Vouchers?

  Where Are The Vouchers?

The recurring problem of missing vouchers in Government ministries has the Public Accounts Committee concerned. The PAC is considering ordering

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Fiji-UK Teams Meet

  Fiji-UK Teams Meet

The Fijian Parliament delegation yesterday held a series of meetings with its counterparts in London. Firstly, the delegation met with

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Trade Unions Briefed

  Trade Unions Briefed

Nine trade unions turned out yesterday for a briefing session at the Fijian Elections Office regarding their upcoming trade union

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Chand Has First Sugar Briefing

  Chand Has First Sugar Briefing

Acting Permanent Secretary for Sugar Parmesh Chand undertook his first briefing after assuming the post at Sugar House in Lautoka

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Naulu’s Case Adjourned

  Naulu’s Case Adjourned

The case against former Fiji Police Inspector Timoci Naulu has been adjourned. Naulu, who was charged by the Fiji Independent

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Three Suffer Minor Injuries

  Three Suffer Minor Injuries

Speeding has led to three people suffering minor injuries following an accident along Kings Road yesterday. The injured – two

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Payout For Test Veterans

  Payout For Test Veterans

Fijian military veterans from Britain’s Christmas Island nuclear tests will be compensated – by Fiji. Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama will

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Indian Group Marks 66th Republic Day

  Indian Group Marks  66th Republic Day

Fiji was hailed by the Indian High Commissioner for being the first to celebrate its Republic Day yesterday. Close to

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John McKee
Flying Fijians Coach
January 2015
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