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    Analysis: National Women’s Expo Gets Better Every Year

Analysis: National Women’s Expo Gets Better Every Year

The National Women’s Expo is more than just an expo. It creates a platform that embodies all things about women. The expo primarily offers Fijian women business and economic empowerment.

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    Analysis: Rabuka Changes His Tune Over His Foreign Policy On China

Analysis: Rabuka Changes His Tune Over His Foreign Policy On China

SODELPA leader Sitiveni Rabuka appears to have changed his tune on his foreign policy on China. From his pro-Chinese position between 1987 when he staged the country’s two military coups

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    EFL Shares Another Ground Breaking Move

EFL Shares Another Ground Breaking Move

The offering of Energy Fiji Limited shares to ordinary consumers is unprecedented. It is groundbreaking. In many respects, it is symbolic. It opens up new possibilities about public participation in

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    Pension Rate FNPF On A Strong, Sound Financial Footing

Pension Rate FNPF On A Strong, Sound Financial Footing

The Fiji Labour Party has already alluded that they will reintroduce hefty Fiji National Provident Fund pension rates for pensioners, which was reduced to save money for future members. This

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    Delaibatiki’s My Say: Out with the Old in with the New

Delaibatiki’s My Say: Out with the Old in with the New

This is an edited version of Nemani Delaibatiki’s My Say in the 4 The Record FBC TV programme last night. At last week’s non-commissioned officer training at Vatuwaqa, Republic of

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    Analysis: To Report Or Not To Report, That Is The Question For Clergy

Analysis: To Report Or Not To Report, That Is The Question For Clergy

When members confess their “sins” to their church leaders, they are normally forgiven or subjected to the internal disciplinary process. The morality “sins” come in a wide range of transgressions

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    Analysis: Internal Problems Continue After Professor Misir Left

Analysis: Internal Problems Continue After Professor Misir Left

The internal problems at the University of Fiji have not gone away after the departure of former Vice-Chancellor Professor Prem Misir. Tension is still high among staff. This has been

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    Analysis: Are Claims Of Hacking By Opposition Provisional Candidates Real?

Analysis: Are Claims Of Hacking By Opposition Provisional Candidates Real?

As the heat is turned up, with the nation heading into elections, at least two provisional candidates from two Opposition parties have claimed that their Facebook accounts have been hacked.

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    Analysis: Leave Ro Teimumu, Ratu Naiqama Alone In Vunivalu Title Row

Analysis: Leave Ro Teimumu, Ratu Naiqama Alone In Vunivalu Title Row

People who have attacked Ro Teimumu Kepa and Ratu Naiqama Lalabalavu on social media about their silence on the Vunivalu title row do not know what they are talking about.

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Analysis: SODELPA Could Face Humps On The Road To General Election

  Analysis: SODELPA Could Face Humps On The Road To General Election

When reformers in SODELPA started the move to strategically position the party for the 2018 General Election, there were high

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Analysis: When is a Fact, Fact?

  Analysis: When is a Fact, Fact?

SODELPA former general secretary and now a possible candidate who will be standing under the main Opposition party banner, Pio

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Analysis: Why The Rule Of Law Is Important

  Analysis: Why The Rule Of Law Is Important

The importance of the rule of law has been highlighted in the Vunivalu dispute. Now some people, especially politicians, have

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Remembering 40 Years Of Peacekeping

  Remembering 40 Years  Of Peacekeping

A soldier once said that no one is as proud as a soldier fighting for his country. It is a

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Analysis:Dispute Over Chiefly Title a Wake-Up Call for iTaukei People

  Analysis:Dispute Over Chiefly Title a Wake-Up Call for iTaukei People

The dispute over the Vunivalu  of Bau title is a wake-up call for the iTaukei about their culture, customs, traditions

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Analysis: iTaukei Politics And Its Complexities

  Analysis: iTaukei Politics And Its Complexities

The feud over the heir to the Vunivalu title demonstrates the complexity of iTaukei politics. It is deeper and more

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Analysis: Lynda Tabuya Continues With Old SODELPA Policies

  Analysis: Lynda Tabuya Continues With Old SODELPA Policies

If this is the best SODELPA could do for this election, without new policies, it could be heading for another

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Analysis: Why Lynda Tabuya Backs Sitiveni Rabuka To The Hilt

  Analysis: Why Lynda Tabuya Backs Sitiveni Rabuka To The Hilt

Her former party, the People’s Democratic Party, was heading into troubled waters. Lynda Tabuya may be the envy of some

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In BETWEEN The Lines, 05, June 2018

  In BETWEEN The Lines, 05, June 2018

PARLIAMENTARY  ALLOWANCE An MP who vehemently op­posed the motion to increase parliamentary allowance has done a flip. He is now going

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SPEECH: How Road Stalls Pilot Programme Will Benefit All

  SPEECH: How Road Stalls Pilot Programme Will Benefit All

Bula Vinaka and a very good morning to you all. Whether you drive the Queens Road, the King’s Road or

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ANALYSIS: Rabuka’s Wrong Turn Comes Back To Haunt His Political Career

  ANALYSIS: Rabuka’s Wrong Turn Comes Back To Haunt His Political Career

When Sitiveni Rabuka was contem­plating his political comeback he had a fair idea of how he will strengthen SODELPA if

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STATEMENT: Govt Must Be Consistent About Its Policies

  STATEMENT: Govt Must Be Consistent About Its Policies

The issuance of new prior­ity taxi permits handed out earlier this week by the Hon Attorney General and Acting Prime

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Analysis: Rabuka’s Predicament

  Analysis: Rabuka’s Predicament

Sitiveni Rabuka’s political comeback faces a major setback. With all the years he has amassed in political experience since he

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Analysis : Online Safety Bill Will Protect Weak, Vulnerable

  Analysis : Online Safety Bill Will Protect Weak, Vulnerable

The Online Safety Act 2018 will act as a deterrent against those who prey on the weak and vulnerable for

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False Claims Rise As Thousands Queue Up For Assistance Under CARE For Fiji Scheme

  False Claims Rise As Thousands Queue Up For Assistance Under CARE For Fiji Scheme

This is an edited version of Nemani Delai­batiki’s My Say in the 4 The Record FBC TV programme last night.

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Analysis: Do They Offer Better Alternatives To Match Or Better FijiFirst’s Performance?

  Analysis: Do They Offer Better Alternatives To Match Or Better FijiFirst’s Performance?

As we peel away the layers of rhetoric from the Opposition camp, there is very little to be excited about

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Vote2018: Profile – Who is Aseri Radrodro?

  Vote2018: Profile – Who is Aseri Radrodro?

Aseri Radrodro is a SODELPA parliamentarian and Shadow Minister for Transport and Infrastructure and Finance. The views and opinions in

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Analysis: Major Boost For All Landowners

  Analysis: Major Boost For All Landowners

Landmark move as 80pc of mining royalties now destined for resource owners and Govt keeps 20pc. The landmark move to

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Analysis: Only One Party Can Win The 2018 Election On Its Own

  Analysis: Only One Party Can Win The 2018 Election On Its Own

As things stand now, no single par­ty, other than the FijiFirst Party can win the 2018 General Election on its

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ANALYSIS: General Election Best Way To Gauge People’s Views

  ANALYSIS: General Election Best Way To Gauge People’s Views

We cannot rewind the clock and call for new consultations and a nation­al referendum on issues that have already been

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