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    We’re Set: Goledzinowski

We’re Set: Goledzinowski

The Multinational Observer Group will  ensure that the September election is carried out in a credible and transparent manner. MOG co-ordinator Andrew Goledzinowski made this commitment during a press briefing

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    Why I Choose PDP: Dakuvula

Why I Choose PDP: Dakuvula

People’s Democratic Party candidate, Jone Dakuvula said he choose PDP over the Social Democratic Liberal Party because it is a genuine multiracial party. He said the party also represents the

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    Don’T Believe These Blogs, Says Ratu Wiliame

Don’T Believe These Blogs, Says Ratu Wiliame

Macuata high chief, Turaga na Tui Macuata Ratu Wiliame Katonivere, yesterday strongly denied the claim that he was no longer with the FijiFirst party. The claim was posted on the

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    Pm to Campaign in Kadavu

Pm to Campaign in Kadavu

The FijiFirst leader and Prime Minister, Voreqe Bainimarama will campaign in Kadavu this week. The FijiFirst office has confirmed it. But it could not confirm whether the PM would be

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    RBF responds to NFP claim

RBF responds to NFP claim

The Reserve Bank of Fiji has clarified that economic figures released by the institute is free of bias and is finalised after in-depth consultation with various independent bodies. RBF governor

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    Parties Disagree on Common Name Their Views

Parties Disagree on Common Name Their Views

Some political parties remain divided on Fijian as the common name in the 2013 Constitution. Here are the views of parties: One Fiji Party Leader Filimoni Vosarogo, speaking on Communications

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    Who Can Be Called Fijian?

Who Can Be Called Fijian?

Fijian is simply the adjective pertaining to the noun ‘Fiji’ and like other such adjectives (eg: ‘German’), it is also used as a noun referring to an inhabitant of the

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    Commission Faces More Questions on Ruling

Commission Faces More Questions on Ruling

The FijiFirst Party has questioned the rationale behind the Electoral Commission’s decision in respect to their candidate Parveen Bala. While the ruling made by the Electoral Commission is no longer

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    A Tale of Two Parties

A Tale of Two Parties

(Professor Satendra Nandan is a former parliamentarian and cabinet minister in Fiji. He’s currently writing a book on his political-literary experience of Fiji-India-Australia) Politics make strange bedfellows…well ,if not bedfellows

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Election on Target, Says Saneem

  Election on Target, Says Saneem

The Supervisor of Elections, Mohammed Saneem, says the court case over a row with the Electoral Commission will not in

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EU Observers Here on ‘Our Terms’

  EU Observers Here on ‘Our Terms’

Attorney-General and Minister Responsible for Elections Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum yesterday confirmed that three European elections experts will be joining the Multi-National

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Festival Helps Society

  Festival Helps Society

Vodafone Fiji strongly believes that as a business, the objective is to make money, earn profit and help society. These

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Sydney Fijians Greet PM

  Sydney Fijians Greet PM

More than 400 Hindu devotees gave a standing ovation and a very warm welcome to Fiji Prime Minster Voreqe Bainimarama

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A-G Welcomes Poll Ruling

  A-G Welcomes Poll Ruling

The High Court in Suva has confirmed that the Supervisor of Elections is not required to follow the directives of

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Dancing the Night Away

  Dancing the Night Away

FijiFirst supporters in Sydney were joined by the Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama and his wife, Mary, on Saturday night as

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Bainimarama, Bishop Discuss Way Forward

  Bainimarama, Bishop Discuss Way Forward

Prime Minster Voreqe Bainimarama yesterday met with Australian Foreign Affairs Minister, Julie Bishop, “to discuss the way forward.” Mr Bainimarama

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Racism – A Recurring Scourge of Fiji

  Racism – A Recurring Scourge of Fiji

Since the dissolution of the Great Council of Chiefs (GCC) in 2007 by the Bainimarama Government those of and from

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Poll Rule Today

  Poll Rule Today

The High Court in Suva will decide on a case between the Electoral Commission and Supervisor of Elections Mohammed Saneem

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What about lowering retirement age to 50?

  What about lowering retirement age to 50?

While the current public service retirement age is 55, some political parties have pledged to increase it to 60 to

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FijiFirst Responds to Objections

  FijiFirst Responds to Objections

The FijiFirst party general secretary Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum has clarified that he and party candidate Mereseini Vuniwaqa never held positions claimed

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Apostles Church Want Christian State in Law

  Apostles Church Want Christian State in Law

The Apostles Gospel Outreach Fellowship International Church says it has always wanted Fiji to become a Christian state since its

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Pm Praised For Policies

  Pm Praised For Policies

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama was praised in Sydney last night for his commitment to freedom of religion and racial equality.

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How Our Women Fare in The Election Contest

  How Our Women Fare in The Election Contest

Fiji had a vision of having 30 per cent women in parliament. However, with the number of women standing for

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Is it 249 or 250 candidates for draw?

  Is it 249 or 250 candidates for draw?

The total number of candidates’ for this year’s general elections is still unclear at the moment after conflicting messages from

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Kamlesh aims for media ‘rights’

  Kamlesh aims for media ‘rights’

Fiji Labour Party candidate Kamlesh Prasad plans to change media laws if elected to Government after September. The Labasa native

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Misinformation on Social Media: It May Seem Harmless But…..

  Misinformation on Social Media: It May Seem Harmless But…..

The social media — Facebook, Tweet and the blogs— provide an increasingly important source of information and misinformation. Some 300,000

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Leaders Chase Overseas Votes

  Leaders Chase Overseas Votes

The two top contenders to lead the country after the September 17 general election fly out today to chase overseas

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Youth Leaders’ Focus, Say Parties

  Youth Leaders’ Focus, Say Parties

Youths are the future leaders of tomorrow. Here is a look at what political parties want for their young people:

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NFP Objects to A-G, Vuniwaqa Candidacy

  NFP Objects to A-G, Vuniwaqa Candidacy

The National Federation Party has filed objections against FijiFirst candidates Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum and Mere Vuniwaqa. In a statement, they allege

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