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    PM: Women Participation Integral To Our Life, Development

PM: Women Participation Integral To Our Life, Development

Fiji cannot fulfill its potential as a nation without the full participation of women in our development and national life. Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama made this statement while opening the

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    Apple Picking Savings Caters For Flying School Tuition

Apple Picking Savings Caters For Flying School Tuition

Fijian seasonal worker Maria Turagakacivi under the New Zealand Recognized Seasonal Employer (RSE) Worker Scheme has been investing her apple picking earnings to finance her flying school tuition. This was

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    Usamate Lauds Best Seasonal Workers

Usamate Lauds Best Seasonal Workers

The Minister for Employment, Productivity and Industrial Relations, Jone Usamate, has lauded the exemplary record of the best group of Fijian seasonal workers in New Zealand. These Fijian workers, who

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    PM Opens The First iTLTB Office In Ba

PM Opens The First iTLTB Office In Ba

Gone are the days when people in Ba and other areas will have to travel to Lautoka to access iTaukei Land Trust Board services. This has been made easier for

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    Ratu Sela  Nanovo’s Funeral  Next Tuesday

Ratu Sela Nanovo’s Funeral Next Tuesday

The three daughters of Social Democratic Liberal Party parliamentarian, Ratu Sela Nanovo, are now mourning and missing their loving father, who died on Wednesday at the Colonial War Memorial Hospital

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    Tikotikoca Pulls Out As NFP Poll  Candidate,  Denies Rape Allegation

Tikotikoca Pulls Out As NFP Poll Candidate, Denies Rape Allegation

Romanu Tikotikoca has withdrawn as a provisional candidate for the National Federation Party. He made the announcement in the wake of an allegation that he raped his housegirl when he

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    Turaga Ni Koro Gets PM’s Attention

Turaga Ni Koro Gets PM’s Attention

Farmer Taniela Naculacula, 35, yesterday returned to his village in the interior of Navosa a happy man. And, he goes back bearing good news that some of his fellow villagers

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    iTaukei Land Safe, Says PM

iTaukei Land Safe, Says PM

Do not feel insecure or threatened because your rights are protected under the Constitution. This is the assurance Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama made to iTaukei landowners during his visit in

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    PM Assures More Aid for  Sugar Industry Coming

PM Assures More Aid for Sugar Industry Coming

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama has reassured sugarcane farmers in Sigatoka and Nadi that Government would continue to pump in a lot of assistance in the sugar industry. His tour of

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10 Houses Destroyed, 26 Partly Damaged On Islands

  10 Houses Destroyed, 26 Partly Damaged On Islands

Ten houses were destroyed and 26 were party damaged on Ono-i-Lau and Vatoa in Lau during Cyclone Gita. Rootcrops and

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Happy Crowds Meet PM

  Happy Crowds Meet PM

Many people in the big crowds which packed Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama’s opening consultations in the West went home happy

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Daliconi Villager Yara Says They Were Prepared For Worst After Winston

  Daliconi Villager Yara Says They Were Prepared For Worst After Winston

As Tropical Cyclone Gita passed yesterday, villagers of Daliconi in Vanuabalavu  in Northern Lau were prepared for the worst from

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From The Streets To Books

  From The  Streets To Books

For two years Peni Kauivalenibula lived on the streets of Suva. He had no home and no future. He was

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Former Bus Driver Awaits Judgment

  Former Bus Driver Awaits Judgment

A 51-year-old former driver of Tebara Transport Limited testified in the Nausori Magistrates Court yesterday that he tried to control

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Court Jails Brothel Owner

  Court Jails Brothel Owner

The owner of the Ferry’s Massage Parlour, in Samabula, Suva, was sentenced to five months imprisonment yesterday for managing a

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FAREWELL: Incoming US Ambassador will be a Political Appointee

  FAREWELL: Incoming US  Ambassador will be a  Political Appointee

The incoming United States of American Ambassador will be a political appointee. The White House announced on Tuesday that US

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Power Outages Due To Inclement Weather Related To The Tropical Disturbances

  Power Outages Due To Inclement Weather Related To The Tropical Disturbances

Please be advised that inclement weather related to recent tropical disturbances have resulted in power outages to parts of the

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Unplanned Power Outage In The Nadi–Sigatoka Corridor

  Unplanned Power Outage In The Nadi–Sigatoka Corridor

At 11:30am today, Wednesday 14th February, 2018 the transmission line carrying power to our customers along the Nadi to Sigatoka

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TC GITA: GOVERNMENT FOCUSES ON ASSESSMENTS AND IMMEDIATE NEEDS

  TC GITA: GOVERNMENT FOCUSES ON ASSESSMENTS AND IMMEDIATE NEEDS

As Tropical Cyclone Gita begins to exit Fiji waters, Government’s focus is to complete damage assessments and respond to immediate

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United States To Provide Humanitarian Assistance To Tonga

  United States To Provide Humanitarian Assistance To Tonga

Suva, Fiji – The U.S. Embassy expresses our sincere condolences to all those impacted by the devastation wrought by Tropical Cyclone

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Rape Claim Twist

  Rape Claim Twist

Papua New Guinea  Police show interest in allegation Biman Prasad to issue statement after meeting  Tikotikoca today The Fiji Police Force has

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Our Thoughts And Prayers with Lauans, Tongans: PM

  Our Thoughts And Prayers with Lauans, Tongans: PM

Once again, our nation is being subjected to the terrible forces of nature. The thoughts and prayers of all Fijians

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Some Christian Denominations Mark Ash Wednesday Today

  Some Christian Denominations Mark Ash Wednesday Today

Catholics are one of the Christian denominations around the world to observe Ash Wednesday today, marking the beginning of  the

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Families Play Safe After Cyclone Winston, Brace For Strong Winds

  Families Play Safe After Cyclone Winston, Brace For Strong Winds

Jagdish Chand of Lovu in Lautoka, wasted no time after returning from his errands yesterday as he boarded up his

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High Tides Affecting Greig Street Carparks

  High Tides Affecting Greig Street Carparks

Fiji Roads Authority (FRA) has reminded the public that during peak high tides the car parking area on Greig Street,

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MSAF Issues Warning

  MSAF Issues Warning

With TC Gita tracking on to Fiji waters, the Fiji Maritime and Safety Authority has issued the following warning: All

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FRA: HIGH TIDES AFFECTING GREIG STREET CARPARKS

  FRA: HIGH TIDES AFFECTING GREIG STREET CARPARKS

Fiji Roads Authority (FRA) wishes to remind the public that during peak high tides the car parking area on Greig

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Shipping Companies Cancel Lau, Labasa Trips

  Shipping Companies Cancel Lau, Labasa Trips

Bad weather condition has forced shipping companies to change their schedules over the next few days. This follows forecasts by

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Driti Says Sorry, PM Accepts Matanigasau

  Driti Says Sorry, PM  Accepts Matanigasau

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama accepted  a traditional apology (matanigasau) by former Lieutenant-Colonel Pita Driti last Friday at his residence in

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