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    Rome Treaties 60 Years Anniversary

Rome Treaties 60 Years Anniversary

The following is a message from the European Union Ambassador to Fiji and the Pacific, Andrew Jacobs, on the anniversary of the Rome Treaties. This month the European Union marks

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    Our FIFA World Cup Bid Gets Tougher

Our FIFA World Cup Bid Gets Tougher

We should not be carried away by the hearty performance of our Vodafone national football side after they went down 2-0 to the New Zealand All Whites at Churchill Park,

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    Strategic Plan Way Forward For Fijian Rugby

Strategic Plan Way Forward For Fijian Rugby

The Fiji Rugby Union should be applauded after its Strategic Plan 2017-2021 was launched by Prime Minister and FRU president Voreqe Bainimarama on Friday. It has taken us awhile to

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    Move To Clear Backlog Of Employment Cases Welcome

Move To Clear Backlog Of Employment Cases Welcome

Those who have had their employment-related cases pending before the Employment Relations Tribunal can be sure that their cases will be heard much faster now. Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum tabled the

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    RFMF Capitalises On Its Human Resources

RFMF Capitalises On Its Human Resources

The changes in top officer posts announced yesterday by the Commander of the Republic of Fiji Military Forces (RFMF) signals new efforts by the Republic of Fiji Military Forces to

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    Land Transport Amendment Act 2017 Friendly To Drivers

Land Transport Amendment Act 2017 Friendly To Drivers

Let’s thank all our Members of Parliament, especially the Attorney-General, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum, for enacting the Land Transport Amendment Act 2017. The Land Transport Authority (LTA) introduced photographic detection devices or

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    Children with Down Syndrome Remembered

Children with Down Syndrome Remembered

The following is Minister for Education, Heritage and Arts Mahendra Reddy’s statement on World Down Syndrome Day marked yesterday. Introduction March 21 has been adopted by the General Assembly as

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    Children With Down Syndrome Remembered

Children With Down Syndrome Remembered

 The following is Minister for Education, Heritage and Arts Mahendra Reddy’s statement on World Down Syndrome Day marked today.   Introduction March 21 has been adopted by the General

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    Youths urged to realise PM’s Call to save Ocean, Seas

Youths urged to realise PM’s Call to save Ocean, Seas

  Young people are key to realising the call by the Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama for a collective action to save our oceans and sea. Ministry of Foreign Affairs, manager

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PNG’s Trade War Rhetorics Is Political Posturing

  PNG’s Trade War Rhetorics  Is Political Posturing

Papua New Guinea’s threat to end trade with Fiji  is political posturing on the part of some of its politicians

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Growing Together, Reducing Unemployment

  Growing Together, Reducing Unemployment

The following is the Minister for Employment, Productivity and Industrial Relations Jone Usamate’s introductory remarks at the Employers Forum in

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Growing Together, Reducing Unemployment

  Growing Together, Reducing Unemployment

The following is the Minister for Employment, Productivity and Industrial Relations Jone Usamate’s introductory remarks at the Employers Forum in

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It’s Time To Act To Protect Our Ocean And Its Resources

  It’s Time To Act To Protect Our Ocean And Its Resources

Tommy Remengesau, the President of Palau, did not mince his words in Suva yesterday. He says the time for debates,

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Remarks By The Minister For Education, Heritage and Arts Mahendra Reddy

  Remarks By The Minister For Education, Heritage  and Arts Mahendra Reddy

The Permanent Secretary for Education Iowane Tiko; the president  of the Fiji Principals Association Kamlesh Prasad; the directors from the

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Instill Culture In Our Children

  Instill Culture In Our Children

The following is Minister for Education, Heritage and Arts, Mahendra Reddy’s address while opening the Multi-Cultural Centre workshop .  

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Give 7s Team Time

  Give 7s Team Time

Whatever the outcome of today’s Canada 7s in Vancouver, let’s not turn our backs on our Vodafone Fijian 7s team.

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Ample Time To Learn, No Excuse Now, Get it Done

  Ample Time  To Learn,  No Excuse Now,  Get it Done

  Let’s make it clear. Five World Sevens Series tournaments was more than enough for the Vodafone Fijian 7s team

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Fiji At The Forefront Of First Ever UN Conference On Oceans

  Fiji At The Forefront Of First Ever UN Conference On Oceans

The following is Ministry of Foreign Affairs Permanent Secretary Ambassador Ravindaran Robin Nair’s opening remarks during the ‘National Multi-stakeholder Workshop

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Equality Is Key To Freedom

  Equality Is Key To Freedom

The following was Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama’s address during the launch of Domestic Violence 24-hour toll freehelp line and the

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Analysis: Why Ro Teimumu Will Not Join Proposed Hope Party Now

  Analysis: Why Ro Teimumu Will Not Join Proposed Hope Party Now

Those who are hoping that Opposition Leader Ro Teimumu Kepa will join the proposed HOPE Party soon may have to

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What Went Wrong In Kone?

  What Went Wrong In Kone?

Ba’s 8-0 thrashing from Team Wellington on Saturday night in the OFC Champions League is a big humiliation to football

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Thumbs Up For Women’s Rugby

  Thumbs Up For Women’s Rugby

The Telecom Fijiana 7s team should be congratulated for achieving fifth place in the USA 7s in Las Vegas yesterday.

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Volunteer To CEO, Football Farewell Bob Sant Kumar

  Volunteer To CEO, Football Farewell  Bob Sant Kumar

Everything comes to an end. Yesterday was Bob Sant Kumar’s last day as Fiji Football Association’s chief executive officer. A

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Politics And Development Do Not Mix

  Politics And Development Do Not Mix

Fiji has already paid a heavy price where politics and development were mixed by unscrupulous politicians. Our sugar industry took

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Rise In Rape Cases: We Have Lost Moral Values

  Rise In Rape Cases: We Have Lost Moral Values

  Ask any outsider about Fiji, they will without any doubt say Fiji is beautiful, and people are indeed friendly.

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Murky Waters Preventing Bull Sharks From Going Back To Sea

  Murky Waters Preventing Bull Sharks From Going Back To Sea

ANALYSIS: The shark which was sighted at the Wainitoa river mouth is said to be a bull shark. Ministry of

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60 Charged For Serious Crimes In February

  60 Charged For Serious Crimes In February

The following data is authorised for release by the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (ODPP) and relates to

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Educate Our Children, Stop Rape Today

  Educate Our Children, Stop Rape Today

  Put yourselves into the shoes of the 15-year-old girl from Naitasiri who was reportedly gang-raped. Imagine living with that

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Educate Yourself And Safeguard Your Retirement Fund

  Educate Yourself And Safeguard Your Retirement Fund

  Financial literacy amongst members of the Fiji National Provident Fund or rather lack of it is astounding. This was

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Jasa Veremalua
Fiji Rugby 7s rep
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