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    Editorial: Help For Our Peacekeeping Operations Most Welcome

Editorial: Help For Our Peacekeeping Operations Most Welcome

This support is timely too. It comes at a time when the RFMF is set to celebrate 40 years of involvement in peacekeeping operations News that the Americans have come

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    Alleged Abuse Of CARE For Fiji Initiative

Alleged Abuse Of CARE For Fiji Initiative

There have been a number of alleged abuse cases involving recipients of the CARE for Fiji initia­tive. This was revealed by the Fiji Consumer and Commis­sion Council (FCCC) and the

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    EDITORIAL: Qio’s Important Role On Harry And Meghan’s Wedding Day

EDITORIAL: Qio’s Important Role On Harry And Meghan’s Wedding Day

We should be proud of Peni Qio from Naceva, Beqa, a member of the Queen’s Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment for the role he played at the wedding of Prince Harry

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    Editorial: Amazing Five Months Of Rugby Success, Future Looks Bright

Editorial: Amazing Five Months Of Rugby Success, Future Looks Bright

What we have achieved in rugby in the past five months will be hard to surpass. Rugby’s biggest sporting prize, the William Webb-Ellis Cup, could not have arrived in the

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    Editorial: MPS Have Moral Obligation To Maintain High Standard Of Debate

Editorial: MPS Have Moral Obligation To Maintain High Standard Of Debate

The Fijian people deserve better than the level of debate and contribution from the Opposi­tion side as witnessed during the Parliament session which ended yesterday. Their questions were repetitive and

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    Editorial: Japan, A Positive Force In The Pacific Region

Editorial: Japan, A Positive Force In The Pacific Region

Fiji naturally values its relations with Japan – and for many good reasons. As the eighth Pacific Islands Leaders Meeting (PALM8) proper gets underway today in Iwaki, Fukishi­ma, we can

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    OMURA: PACIFIC ISLAND NATIONS SHOULD IMPLEMENT NORTH KOREAN SANCTIONS

OMURA: PACIFIC ISLAND NATIONS SHOULD IMPLEMENT NORTH KOREAN SANCTIONS

Fiji Sun deputy Business editor Sheldon Chanel is in Japan to cover PALM8, the Japan-Pacific Islands leaders summit at Iwaki City, Fukushima Japan is looking for Pacific Islands support in

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    Editorial: The Positive  FSC Turnaround  Is A Commendable Effort

Editorial: The Positive FSC Turnaround Is A Commendable Effort

Yesterday’s announcement by the Fiji Sugar Corporation (FSC) that books will soon see red turn to black is nothing short of an amaz­ing comeback story. Over the past few years

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    EDITORIAL: Girmityas Celebrate Big Day, Equal Citizenry

EDITORIAL: Girmityas Celebrate Big Day, Equal Citizenry

On May 14, 1879, the first Girmitiyas arrived in Fiji on a ship named Leonidas. In commemorating the arrival of the first Girmitiyas, Acting Prime Minister Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum called on

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Nakarawa Makes A First For Fiji In European Rugby

  Nakarawa Makes A First For Fiji In European Rugby

Congratulations to Fiji’s king off-loader, Leone Nakarawa, who was named the 2018 European Player of the Year. He becomes the

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EDITORIAL: How One Moment Of Madness Should Be A Lesson For Sportspeople

  EDITORIAL: How One Moment Of Madness Should Be A Lesson For Sportspeople

Let us hope the suspension of Samuela Drudru serves as a lesson to all sportspeople in Fiji. The Oceania Football

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EDITORIAL: Programme Welcome For Caregivers’ Unenviable Task

  EDITORIAL: Programme Welcome For Caregivers’ Unenviable Task

Family caregivers provide overall care needs for their loved ones, which often requires pa­tience, tough love and a sense of

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Editorial: Talanoa dialogue could continue to live after Fiji’s COP23 Presidency ends

  Editorial: Talanoa dialogue could continue to live after Fiji’s COP23 Presidency ends

As the end of Fiji’s Presidency of COP23 draws near, the Talanoa Dialogue may continue well beyond December 2018 when

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Editorial: Drowning highlights need for a bridge in Rewa delta

  Editorial: Drowning highlights need for a bridge in Rewa delta

The latest drowning victim in Rewa has highlighted the need for a bridge from near Nasali Landing across to the

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EDITORIAL: A Job Worth Appreciating Gallantry And Bravery Recognised

  EDITORIAL: A Job Worth Appreciating Gallantry And Bravery Recognised

Recently six National Fire Authority (NFA) of­ficers based at the Labasa Fire Station were awarded a Certificate of Recognition. They

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$7 Million Payout A Lesson For Those Who Preached Doom

  $7 Million Payout A Lesson For Those Who Preached Doom

The Fiji Pine Group of Companies’ bonus payout to pine landowners last week of a record $7 million was a

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 Education Changes Will Help Us To Be More Efficient And Get Results

   Education Changes Will Help Us To Be More Efficient And Get Results

  Today is the start of the second term for prima­ry and secondary schools. Classes will begin today, not tomorrow.

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Editorial: Singapore 7s launching pad to win series and World Cup

  Editorial: Singapore 7s launching pad to win series and World Cup

One week after the Singapore 7s, fans are still talking about it and who could blame them. We have won

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Editorial: Keeping our focus on our climate change battle

  Editorial: Keeping our focus on our climate change battle

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama is on his way to Bonn, Germany, to attend the United Nations Climate Change Conference. It’s

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World Press Freedom Rating Is A Joke

  World Press Freedom Rating Is A Joke

The 2018 World Press Freedom index by Reporters Without Borders is a farce. It is a joke when it rates

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EDITORIAL:New Emphasis On Rehabilitation By Corrections Way To Go In The Interest Of All Stakeholders

  EDITORIAL:New Emphasis On Rehabilitation By Corrections Way To Go In The Interest Of All Stakeholders

There is a paradigm shift at the Fiji Corrections Service (FSC) from punitive containment to rehabilitative correction. FSC Commissioner Commander

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Building Fitter, Healthier Pacific Forces

  Building Fitter, Healthier Pacific Forces

The first regional security forces physical train­ing instructor’s course that kicks off next week should set the platform for fitter

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7s Gladiators Stamp Their Mark On World Series

  7s Gladiators Stamp Their Mark On World Series

Excellence is not a singular act but a habit. You are what you do repeatedly” – Shaquille O’Neal It is

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The late Warrant Officer I Josevata Mokalou – A Loyal Soldier With A Proud Legacy

  The late Warrant Officer I Josevata Mokalou – A Loyal Soldier With A Proud Legacy

  The late Warrant Officer I Josevata Mokalou has left behind a proud legacy for his family. For many outside

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EDITORIAL: Celebrating Cikamatana’s Golden Achievement

  EDITORIAL: Celebrating Cikamatana’s Golden Achievement

We always have high expectations for our athletes to fly the flag with pride and de­liver desired outcomes on the

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Tailevu Delegates Must Know Truth First To Be Effective

  Tailevu Delegates Must Know Truth First To Be Effective

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama spoke candidly to his people as a true son of Tailevu Province at Nakelo yesterday. He

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Reading opens up new worlds

  Reading opens up new worlds

  It’s holiday time for students around the country. Some students had an early break because their schools were badly

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Editorial: Of Rivalry, Colour And Sportsmanship

  Editorial: Of Rivalry, Colour And Sportsmanship

For as long as the Coca-Cola Games, and previ­ously Fiji Finals have been held, rivalry and – in many cases

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 Big Test This Weekend For Our Sevens Players

   Big Test This Weekend For Our Sevens Players

It will be a big test for the Fiji Airways Fijian 7s team this weekend when they play at the

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