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    Musician Sings For The Blind And The Poor

Musician Sings For The Blind And The Poor

If you have seen a Rotuman man singing popular island numbers in front of the MHCC complex in Suva, then you have met one of the most compassionate personalities around.

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    ‘Social Justice Warrior’ Shamil Ali : Ready To Begin His Law Career

‘Social Justice Warrior’ Shamil Ali : Ready To Begin His Law Career

For University of the South Pacific law graduate student Shamil Jayant Ashak Ali, entering the legal profession gives him a chance to fight for social justice and serve the society

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    A Mad Man :Meet The Poet Who’s Addressing Issues With a Frown

A Mad Man :Meet The Poet Who’s Addressing Issues With a Frown

A budding ‘angry’ poet has independently launched a book of poems called ‘A Mad Man Collection’ that aimed to address issues from a satirical standpoint. ‘A Mad Man’ as he

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    HEADACHES More than a pain in the neck

HEADACHES More than a pain in the neck

Headache is one of the commonest symptoms experienced by humans. In fact it is quite unusual not to have at least an occasional headache. Why some people never experience head­aches

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    Mantras for Midnight’s Grandchildren:

Mantras for Midnight’s Grandchildren:

In the universe of fake news, Trumpism and tweets, and other varieties of velleities, one wonders whether one is living in the age of post-truth, post-racial politics or simply post-history

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    Churches’ Responsibility is to Empower Members Spiritually

Churches’ Responsibility is to Empower Members Spiritually

The mainstream Methodist and New Methodist Churches focused on mem­bers wellbeing in their conferences. The Methodists were told of their member­ship decline. The New Methodists were told that if they

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    Domestic Violence Time to Speak Up

Domestic Violence Time to Speak Up

Growing up as a child my brothers and I were taught to always honour and respect our mother and all woman whatever race, reli­gion, colour, creed etc. In fact we

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    Parents Should Get More Involved in this New Term

Parents Should Get More Involved in this New Term

Parents need to start playing a big­ger role in their children’s educa­tion, especially this term. Many students will be sitting for exter­nal examinations this term and parents need to pull

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    Broderick and Youth Leaders Talk Vital Issues

Broderick and Youth Leaders Talk Vital Issues

An aspiring diplomat Broderick Mervyn, who recently represented Fiji at the 6th Asia – Pacific Youth Parliament for Water (APYPW). The Fiji Sun Aspire got the chance to ask Mr

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Young Drummer’s Natural Talent

  Young Drummer’s Natural Talent

Samuel Pillay was only eight-years-old when he started playing drums at Tuatua Christian Fellowship Church in Labasa back in 2015.

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Vasiti Grateful for New Chance

  Vasiti Grateful for New Chance

As a mother and housewife, completing her studies was the last thought on Vasiti Lo­cawai’s mind. She was among the

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Fugavai And Maria Tie The Knot

  Fugavai And Maria Tie The Knot

August 24, 2017 would forever be etched as one of the happiest days for Fijian Pearls vice-captain Maria Lutua. This

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Apisai proud of his achievement

  Apisai proud of his achievement

Despite the absence of his parents dur­ing his journey to complete his stud­ies, Apisai Tavakia, graduated with a Certificate in

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Namovi Hopes To Start Baking Business

  Namovi Hopes To Start Baking Business

Nineteen-year old Leba Namovi anticipates to start her own baking business in the fu­ture. She graduated with a Certificate in

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Adi Sera Still Chasing Her Dream

  Adi Sera Still Chasing Her Dream

She is sometimes the first face that greets you when you visit our Fiji Sun head office in Walu Bay,

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Legendary Fiji Regatta Around The Corner

  Legendary Fiji Regatta Around The Corner

Wouldn’t it be fun to travel in either a multi-hull or mono-hull yacht? Well you can experience that at the

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Adi Vuya’s Designs Combine Beauty And Originality

  Adi Vuya’s Designs Combine Beauty And Originality

Established for 18 years now, Tabuadrau Designs has become a renowned name for making exquisite and beautiful bridal attire. Adi

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Magnificent Menus At Hillcrest Restaurant And Cafe

  Magnificent Menus At Hillcrest Restaurant And Cafe

With a lot of development happening along McGregor Road in Suva, Hillcrest Restaurant and Café has become a popular spot

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INDIGO RESTAURANT Celebrates 10th Year Anniversary

  INDIGO RESTAURANT Celebrates 10th Year Anniversary

With the creativity of their chefs and their passion to delight customers, Indigo Indian and Asian Restaurant has won many

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Opinion: Climate Consciousness Through Poetry

  Opinion: Climate Consciousness Through Poetry

Satendra Nandan’s fourth book of essays, Dispatches From Distant Shores, and sixth volume of poems ,Across the Seven Seas, were

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Opinion: Will NFP’s Acceptance of Tikoduadua Hurt Party?

  Opinion: Will NFP’s Acceptance of Tikoduadua Hurt Party?

The National Federation Party’s (NFP) decision to accept Pio Tikoduadua could backfire. Already rumblings are being heard that traditional and

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Opinion: One Week of Holidays To Go Do You Know Where Your Kids Are?

  Opinion: One Week of Holidays To Go Do You Know Where Your Kids Are?

We are a week into the second term school holidays and the number of children left to their own devices,

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Opinion: Bainimarama – The People’s Choice So Far

  Opinion: Bainimarama – The People’s Choice So Far

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama surely is a popular man and the leading candidate, by far, to continue leading Fiji over

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CLIMATE CONSCIOUSNESS

  CLIMATE CONSCIOUSNESS

When I was in my teens, a teacher gave me a poem to read. The title was ‘LINES: Composed a

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DO YOU KNOW WHERE YOUR KIDS ARE?

  DO YOU KNOW WHERE YOUR KIDS ARE?

We are a week into the second term school holidays and the number of children left to their own devices,

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Methodists Sing-A-Along

  Methodists Sing-A-Along

We’ve completed the first week of the second term school holidays. The month of the August is a much-awaited one

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Be Original, Youths Urged

  Be Original, Youths Urged

A week-long Youth Fest was held as a build-up to last Saturday’s National Youth Day celebration. A “Thoughts Aloud” session

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Young People Talk About Peace

  Young People Talk About Peace

The University of the South Pacific’s first Peace Memorial Day to com – memorate the Hiroshima bombing in Japan was

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Winning Students Art Work On Display

  Winning Students Art Work On Display

For the very first time Alliance Fran- caise de Suva is displaying the winning artwork of students that were part

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