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    ANALYSIS: Reminiscing The Lowering Of Union Jack For Last Time

ANALYSIS: Reminiscing The Lowering Of Union Jack For Last Time

Isimeli Bainimara wanted a career in the banking industry. After passing his New Zealand University Entrance exam at Queen Victoria School, he joined the old Bank of New Zealand as

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    OPINION: Independence And Identity

OPINION: Independence And Identity

Professor Satendra Nandan’s latest publication is BRIEF ENCOUNTERS. He’s currently writing a contemplative travelogue of his first journey from Nadi to New Delhi titled Loving You Eternally.   For me

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    SPEECH: 54TH AGM Of The Fiji Commerce And Employers Federation Dinner

SPEECH: 54TH AGM Of The Fiji Commerce And Employers Federation Dinner

The newly elected president,  Mr Himen Chandra The immediate past president, Mr Howard Politini Board Members of the Fiji Commerce and  Employers Federation Speakers, both international and local members, distinguished

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    FOCUS: Corruption Fight Goes To Towns

FOCUS: Corruption Fight Goes To Towns

The Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption facilitated a one-day Corruption Prevention Risk Reduction (CP2R) Workshop for the senior management of Nasinu Town Council in September. The workshopact as the proactive

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    PM Steps Up Climate Fight

PM Steps Up Climate Fight

This is a transcript of Nemani Delaibatiki’s My Say in the 4 The Record programme on FBC Television last night   If Australia and New Zealand are our real and

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    The Politics of Fiji – A way forward for iTaukei People

The Politics of Fiji – A way forward for iTaukei People

Many Fijians failed to realise that the existing chiefly system is not their ancient heritage; it is in fact a colonial legacy created to protect the supremacy of Bau. Bau

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    TRIBUTE: The Beard, The Tracksuit And The Soulful Stare

TRIBUTE: The Beard, The Tracksuit And The Soulful Stare

Football expert Mohit Prasad teaches creative writing and Pacific Literature at the University of the South Pacific. He is also a prominent poet, He is currently fi nalising the ‘History

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    OPINION: ‘So Are They All, All Honourable Men’

OPINION: ‘So Are They All, All Honourable Men’

Satendra Nandan is a University of Canberra Emeritus Professor and writer. His latest book, BRIEF ENCOUNTERS: Literature and Beyond, was published in July. He’s currently working on a travelogue set

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    How Australia Became The Land Of The Bloodless Coups

How Australia Became The Land Of The Bloodless Coups

When you think of stable nations, one of the first to come to mind would have to be Australia. Twenty-three million people, a continent all to itself, abundant natural resources,

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SPEECH: PM’s Respone To The President’s Speech On Opening Of New Parliament Session

  SPEECH: PM’s Respone To The President’s Speech On Opening Of New Parliament Session

Full text of PM Voreqe Bainimarama’s response to the President’s speech at the opening of Parliament. I  join all the

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Too Much Tmo Leads To Paralysis By Analysis

  Too Much Tmo Leads To  Paralysis By Analysis

We need to get back to some basics over the use of the Television Match Official following the opening game

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The Rugby World And The Pool Of Death

  The Rugby World  And The Pool Of Death

By the time you read this article The Rugby World Cup would have begun, as Fiji fans know they are

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OPINION: Cloud Computing – Time To Get In

  OPINION: Cloud Computing  – Time To Get In

Dean, School of Science and Technology,  University of Fiji   Finance becomes a major issue, especially for small and medium

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OPINION: Canberra, The Coup Capital

  OPINION: Canberra, The Coup Capital

On the finest Spring evening, the people of Australia went to bed with one prime minister; they woke up with

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OPINON: SORRY – A Small Word Opens A Bigger World

  OPINON: SORRY – A Small Word Opens A Bigger World

Professor Satendra Nandan’s new book, BRIEF ENCOUNTERS, was published in July and launched in Germany. Among his works are the

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SPEECH: Address At The Opening Of The New Session Of Parliament (2015-2016)

  SPEECH: Address At The Opening Of The New Session Of Parliament (2015-2016)

Madam Speaker The Honourable Chief Justice and Members of the Judiciary The Honourable Prime Minister and Cabinet Ministers The Honourable

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SPEECH: 132 More Rooms At Pearl

  SPEECH: 132 More Rooms At Pearl

The $85-million transformation of the Pearl Resort is a very welcome milestone in the development of the tourism industry in

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OPINION: The Queen’s History Making Reign

  OPINION: The Queen’s History Making Reign

On September 9, Queen Elizabeth 11 became the longest-reigning monarch in British history.  Her record also applies to her 15

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SPEECH: Suicide, Our National Issue

  SPEECH: Suicide, Our National Issue

This is the full text of the Prime Minister’s speech at the opening of the Fiji Principals Association conference in

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OPINION: The Role Of The Commonwealth And The Secretary-General

  OPINION: The Role Of The Commonwealth And The Secretary-General

The writer is a senior Caribbean diplomat, Senior Fellow at the Universities of London and Toronto and a candidate for

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SPEECH: PM Launches Itaukei Version Of Climate Change Policy

  SPEECH: PM Launches Itaukei Version Of Climate Change Policy

Full text of PM Bainimarama’s address at the launching of the iTaukei version of the National Climate Change  Policy in

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OPINON: The Future of the Commonwealth

  OPINON: The Future of the Commonwealth

The writer is a senior Caribbean diplomat, Senior Fellow at the Universities of London and Toronto and a candidate for

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OPINION: Extensive And Fruitful Dialogue

  OPINION: Extensive And Fruitful Dialogue

Your Excellencies, The Heads of State, Honourable Heads of Government, Honourable Ministers, Your Excellencies the Ambassadors and High Commissioners The

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Khan: 555 Matches Undefeated

  Khan: 555 Matches Undefeated

In life we come across amazing feats of sporting success in many shapes and forms. Today I will introduce you

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OPINION: Rabuka Outlines Reasons for Leaving

  OPINION: Rabuka Outlines Reasons for Leaving

It is with a very heavy heart that I write this letter to you in your capacity as Secretary General

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OPINION: Celebrating Our Fijian Constitution

  OPINION: Celebrating Our Fijian Constitution

Professor Satendra Nandan’s  book BRIEF ENCOUNTERS was published in July and launched in Germany at the biennial conference of the

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OPINION: Militant Pacific Islands Ready To Fight

  OPINION: Militant Pacific Islands Ready To Fight

The writer is Antigua and Barbuda’s Ambassador to the US and a Senior Fellow at the Institute of Commonwealth Studies,

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OPINION: Kazakhstan, Pacific Islands, So Different, Yet Facing Similar Challenges

  OPINION: Kazakhstan, Pacific Islands, So Different, Yet Facing Similar Challenges

The author is the foreign minister of Kazakhstan. He is in Suva for the Pacific Islands Development Forum.   Any

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SPEECH: Transforming Fijian Lives

  SPEECH: Transforming Fijian Lives

This is the speech by Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama commissioning of the Government Shipping Services vessel Cagivou on August 30.

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