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    Teacher Hiking Around Viti Levu For Awareness

Teacher Hiking Around Viti Levu For Awareness

The children are the future of the nation, says a DAV Girls College teacher and advocate for banning child abuse, Savneel Sangeet. The 26-year-old school teacher who advocates for children’s

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    Singh To Nair: You Don’t Know Anything About Our Constitution

Singh To Nair: You Don’t Know Anything About Our Constitution

Fiji Public Service Association (FPSA) general secretary Rajeshwar Singh says Damodaran Nair does not know the union constitution and was not qualified to contest his position. Mr Singh said he

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    700 Students Attend Christian Meeting

700 Students Attend Christian Meeting

Over 700 students from 20 secondary schools yesterday met at the Lambert Hall at the Marist Brothers High School for a Scripture Union Rally. Scripture Union official Mikaele Mudreilagi said

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    11-year-old Pleads For Turtles’ Safety

11-year-old Pleads For Turtles’ Safety

An 11-year-old wildlife fan yesterday made a plea for the preservation of turtles in the country. Stephanie Grace Rasoqosoqo said she got angry when she saw people killing or eating

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    Library Is A Place For  Fun: Chief Librarian

Library Is A Place For Fun: Chief Librarian

The chief librarian of the Suva City Carnegie Library says children did not come to only read but have fun and make friends. “The library is a place for fun,

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    Vuna District Backs Government

Vuna District Backs Government

  The district of Vuna supports the Government because they have witnessed developments which they have been crying for for decades. These were the words of Silio Valavakagone of Navakawau

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    NZ Donates Computers To School

NZ Donates Computers To School

Sharing of computers will now be a thing of the past for students of Shiri Guru Nanak Khalsa College in Labasa. This was after the New Zealand government donated 12

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    Tributes Flow For Soccer Legend

Tributes Flow For Soccer Legend

The grandchildren and great-grandchildren of the late Percy Senavanua Kean (Snr)  thought he was joking when he told them he had played football for Fiji. But they realised he was

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    Film On Cicia’s Excellent Pass Rate Launched

Film On Cicia’s Excellent Pass Rate Launched

As the old proverb says it takes a village to raise a child This rings true for Cicia High school. Totoka Cicia: Island of Excellence documentary was released yesterday at

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Buses return to village after 30 years: Chief

  Buses return to village after 30 years: Chief

A tribal chief of Nawi Village of Dakuniba has acknowledged that the upgrade by the Fiji Roads Authority has done

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Akbar Assigns Officer

  Akbar Assigns Officer

Recipients of social welfare assistance in Navosa will soon have a welfare officer to serve them. This after the District

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Dr Luveni Commends Water Champion Programme

  Dr Luveni Commends Water Champion Programme

The Water Authority of Fiji (WAF) has been commended for introducing the “Water Champion” programme as a platform to create

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Museum Head Happy With Turnout

  Museum Head Happy With Turnout

The newly appointed Director of the Fiji Museum, Sipiriano Nemani was satisfied with the crowd turnout at yesterday’s open day

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Agriculture Ministry To Hold Campaign For Stray Animals

  Agriculture Ministry To Hold Campaign For Stray Animals

The Ministry of Agriculture will carry out a stray animals’ campaign in various areas of Fiji to curb the growing

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Punjas, Narhari Light Up Doctors’ Work At Lautoka

  Punjas, Narhari Light Up Doctors’ Work At Lautoka

Two of the country’s established companies, Punjas and Narhari Electrical Company Limited, have paved the way for doctors to work

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Passion For A Noble Profession

  Passion For A Noble Profession

The word ‘nurse’ has been culturally associated with women. However, the traditional perception of nursing as a female dominant occupation

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Daylight Saving Ends Tomorrow

  Daylight Saving Ends Tomorrow

The Minister for Employment, Productivity and Industrial Relations, Jone Usamate, would like to remind the public that daylight saving will

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Accused Raj Sent Back To St Giles

  Accused Raj Sent Back To St Giles

A man who is charged with one count of absconding bail, two counts each of impersonation of a health inspector

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36-Year-Old Officer To Practise In Multi-Settings

  36-Year-Old Officer To Practise In Multi-Settings

A senior labour officer who travelled from Vanua Levu will be able to apply his newfound skills in mediation in

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33-year-old Woman Charged With Forgery

  33-year-old Woman Charged With Forgery

A 33-year-old woman who has been charged with two counts of forgery using false documents and one count of obtaining

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Rape Case Transferred To High Court

  Rape Case Transferred To High Court

A Nadi shop assistant appeared in the Lautoka Magistrates Court yesterday charged with the rape of a 16-year-old. The accused

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Third Accused For Ammo Find Refused Bail

  Third Accused For Ammo Find Refused Bail

The t-shirt of the third accused charged in relation to the discovery of arms and ammunition was allegedly found inside

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Prime Minister Bainimarama Receives Special Advisor To Ethiopian Prime Minister

  Prime Minister Bainimarama Receives  Special Advisor To Ethiopian Prime Minister

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama yesterday received the Special Adviser to the Prime Minister of Ethiopia, Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus. In

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Akbar Warns Nurses About Code Of Conduct

  Akbar Warns Nurses About Code Of Conduct

Minister for Health and Medical Services Rosy Akbar has been disturbed by a Christmas carol clip which has nurses in

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Firm Records $40k Loss From Floods

  Firm Records $40k Loss From Floods

Bhima’s Food World Limited recorded $40,000 loss from damaged goods in the recent flooding caused by Tropical Depression 04F. The

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Nadera Family Loses Home In Morning Blaze

  Nadera Family Loses Home In Morning Blaze

A family in Nadera are homeless after they lost their home in a fire yesterday morning. Ritesh Chand, 36, Ashika

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5 New Proposed Parties Apply To Reserve Names

  5 New Proposed Parties Apply To Reserve Names

The Fijian Elections Office has received applications to reserve names of five new proposed political parties. The Supervisor of Elections,

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Rabuka: We Expect More Applications

  Rabuka: We Expect More Applications

SODELPA leader, Sitiveni Rabuka, says they expect more candidate applications  for the 2018 general election when they open their mailbox

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Most Trending Stories For The Year Online

  Most Trending Stories For The Year Online

FLASHBACK We Have Overcome, Sevens Get First Olympic Gold The dream of winning Fiji’s first Olympic gold medal has finally

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