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    Contestants Visit Children’s Ward

Contestants Visit Children’s Ward

The Telecom Fiji Limited-sponsored Sugar Festival queen contestants visited the children’s ward at the Lautoka Hospital yesterday. This gave an opportunity for the contestants to be able to appreciate the

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    How Troops Freed

How Troops Freed

Minister for Foreign Affairs Ratu Inoke Kubuabola yesterday disclosed Qatar promised that the 45 Fijian UN peacekeepers would be freed 24 hours after he met his counterpart. “He told me

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    Thanksgiving Day Tomorrow

Thanksgiving Day Tomorrow

Tomorrow has been declared a National Day of Thanksgiving for the release of the 45 Fijian United Nations peacekeeping soldiers held captive by the al-Nusra Front. A thanksgiving service will

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    Their Best Father’s Day

Their Best Father’s Day

The Ravai family of Raralevu, Nausori, yesterday celebrated their “best” Father’s Day celebration. It was marked following the release of the head of the family, Private Panapasa Ravai, who was

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    Widow Loses All In Fire

Widow Loses All In Fire

A widow in Labasa is homeless today after her three-bedroom home and her belongings were destroyed in a fire on Saturday afternoon at Batinikama. Amra Wati had to be pulled

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    TFL Hopes To Give Back

TFL Hopes To Give Back

First time sponsors of the 2014 Sugar Festival, Telecom Fiji Limited, hopes to give back to the community. TFL chief executive officer, Motilal DeSilva, said the industry had always tried

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    Suva Muslim Tops Awards Night

Suva Muslim Tops Awards Night

It was a proud moment for Suva Muslim College in Nabua after they won the most number of awards at the Fiji Muslim League (FML) annual Teachers Award Night for

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    Youths Say Community Work Can Improve Environment

Youths Say Community Work Can Improve Environment

Youths of Nasinu came together to help clean the Naag Baba Kuti Temple at Raralevu Road outside Nausori Town yesterday. The temple is famous for its 108 steps, is the

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    Ministry Takes Measures Against Ebola

Ministry Takes Measures Against Ebola

The Ministry of Health is working closely with a multi-agency group to help prevent the Ebola virus from entering Fiji. Ministry media officer Sunil Chandra said quarantine officers were members

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Jailed For Aiding Murder

  Jailed For Aiding Murder

A man, who was convicted of aiding and helping in the killing of two youths at a hill in Tabia,

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Blood Drive at Nakasi

  Blood Drive at Nakasi

Donating blood not only saves one life but three lives and this is the reason why I donate blood annually,

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200 Police Recruits In Morning Walk

  200 Police Recruits In Morning Walk

About 500 people turned up at Albert Park in Suva last Saturday to take part in the Westpac Morning Walk.

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Katarina The Farmer Growing Success

  Katarina The Farmer Growing Success

Katarina Baleisuva never regrets the rewards of farming after 20 years of dedication and sacrifice. Ms Baleisuva is from Savusavu

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Commander Opens Tutorial Classes At Ratu Sukuna

  Commander Opens Tutorial Classes At Ratu Sukuna

Students need to concentrate not only for the seven Saturdays left for this school term, but also throughout the week

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China Donates Musical Instruments

  China Donates Musical Instruments

The Ministry of Education expressed its sincere appreciation of donated musical instruments by the People’s Republic of China last Friday.

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No place Or Death Threats, Journalist Attacks Slammed

  No place Or Death Threats, Journalist Attacks Slammed

There is no place for intimidation of journalists anywhere, the Pacific Freedom Forum said in response to threats to two

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2 Heroes Revealed

  2 Heroes Revealed

Two heroes emerged from the talks that led to the release of 45 Golan Heights Fijian peacekeepers yesterday. Captain Savenaca

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FICAC Denies Padarath Claim

  FICAC Denies Padarath Claim

The Fiji Independent Commission against Corruption (FICAC) has denied claims made on social media that its staff had released information

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No Misconduct In Electoral Process So Far: Observers

  No Misconduct In Electoral Process So Far: Observers

The Multinational Observer Group has not seen any misconduct in the electoral process since it began observing pre-polling around the

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Good Turnout For All Pre-Poll Sites

  Good Turnout For All Pre-Poll Sites

There would be four pre-poll stations operating today throughout the country with an expectation of 452 voters casting their votes.

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93-Year Old Votes

  93-Year Old Votes

An elderly woman of Lutu – Wainibuka has urged voters to vote. Lavenia Waqavou, 89, was one of the few

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Release Of Fijian Peacekeepers Statement

  Release Of Fijian Peacekeepers Statement

I’m delighted to announce to the nation that the 45 Fijian peacekeepers being detained in Syria have been released unharmed.

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Stop Hate, Says PM

  Stop Hate, Says PM

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama yesterday called on ordinary Fijians to reject division and hatred. “There are certain politicians trying to

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FijiFirst: We Protect Landowners

  FijiFirst: We Protect Landowners

People of Vunimoli, Labasa had a reason to smile after the general secretary of the FijiFirst political party, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum

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Electoral Decree Breaches

  Electoral Decree Breaches

A Savusavu man, accused of destroying a political party’s poster, was warned not to be arrogant by breaking the law.

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Last Chance For Cards

  Last Chance For Cards

Voters who have lost their  electronic voter registration cards (EVR) can still get a replacement. The Fijian Elections Office would

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Namosi Voters Change

  Namosi Voters Change

Voters in Navunibau in Namosi will now vote in Vunibau in Serua. This has happened because when they reported for

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Tora At FijiFirst Rally

  Tora At FijiFirst Rally

Veteran politician Apisai Tora, a prominent member of the Taukei Movement in the 1987 political upheaval, attended a FijiFirst meeting

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Messages Of Welcome On The Release Of Our 45

  Messages Of Welcome On The Release Of Our 45

Accolades poured in from around the world yesterday following the unconditional release of the 45 Fijian soldiers who were held

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