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    Anusil’s 30-Minute Daily Walks Lead To Dux Award

Anusil’s 30-Minute Daily Walks Lead To Dux Award

The struggle of having to walk 30 minutes to catch a bus to school is something one can be proud of. This was a daily routine for Anusil Abisheik of

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    Warning: Family  Time Is Diminishing

Warning: Family Time Is Diminishing

Time spent with families is di­minishing and is a worry, says Dr Josefa Koroivueta. The Ministry of Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation Permanent Secretary made this comment at the Prevention

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    Unsupervised Kids ‘Drink Kerosene, Ingest Chemicals

Unsupervised Kids ‘Drink Kerosene, Ingest Chemicals

Parents and guardians have been warned about the consequences of leav­ing children unsupervised. The warning came from the Permanent Secretary for the Ministry of Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation, Dr

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    Alesi Aspires To Become Philanthropic Surgeon

Alesi Aspires To Become Philanthropic Surgeon

When Alesi Bakadroti be­comes a surgeon, she has vowed to provide her ex­pertise free of charge. This is the statement of the Year 10 student of Tavua District Second­ary School

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    Cama Is First iTaukei Archbishop Of Polynesia

Cama Is First iTaukei Archbishop Of Polynesia

Newly-appointed Fereimi Cama, 63, is the first iTaukei Archbishop of Polynesia, the head of the Anglican Church in Fiji and the Pacific. Archbishop Cama, a former school teacher from Ono-i-Lau,

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    Shaleha Reaps Reward Of Hard Work

Shaleha Reaps Reward Of Hard Work

Imtiaz Sahib has attributed his daughter’s success to dedication and hard work in her studies. His daughter, Shaleha Sahib, was named the 2018 Dux of Lautoka Muslim Primary School during

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    FSC Donates More Than $3k Towards Pinktober

FSC Donates More Than $3k Towards Pinktober

The Fiji Sugar Corporation donated a total of $3706.20 to the Fiji Cancer Society in support of Pinktober, assisting women battling cancer. FSC chief executive officer, Graham Clark said FSC

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    Fiji To Be Pacific Agriculture Hub, Says Lawyer Tabuya

Fiji To Be Pacific Agriculture Hub, Says Lawyer Tabuya

A Social Democratic Liberal Party (SODELPA) candidate has expressed her vision for Fiji to become the agricultural hub of the Pacific. SODELPA candidate Lynda Tabuya, a lawyer by profession, made the

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    NFP Candidates Fall Under FICAC Radar

NFP Candidates Fall Under FICAC Radar

National Federation Party (NFP) spokesperson Pramod Rae has confirmed that members from the Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption (FICAC) visited the NFP head office. This was to enquire about candidates

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Kiribati: Fiji Bigger Brother To Pacific Islands

  Kiribati: Fiji Bigger Brother To Pacific Islands

Fiji has been labelled a bigger brother in the Pacific by the President of Kiribati. Taneti Maamau made the state­ment

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Cost of Living no Problem, Says Maharaj

  Cost of Living no Problem, Says Maharaj

Krishneel Maharaj, 29, says the cost of living is not too high. He made this statement during a campaign by

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Head Teacher: Teach Them Young About Breast Cancer

  Head Teacher: Teach Them  Young About  Breast Cancer

It is critical to educate our young on the causes and effects of breast cancer. This was highlighted by the

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I Will Always Fly The Fijian Flag: Tappoo

  I Will Always Fly The Fijian Flag: Tappoo

International renowned Bollywood singer, Fijian-born Sumeet Tappoo, be­lieves in flying the Fijian flag when performing in coun­tries around the world.

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I Wish Dad Was Here To Share Son’s Success: Lovodua

  I Wish Dad Was Here To Share Son’s Success: Lovodua

Salote Lovodua wished her late father was present dur­ing her eldest son’s gradua­tion at Lautoka Andhra Sangam Primary School on

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Cancer Battle A Tough Journey, Says Mother Of Two

  Cancer Battle A Tough Journey, Says Mother Of Two

How will I tell my children that I have cancer? This was a memory, cancer survivor Reapi Nayacakalou recalled when

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Cancer Patients Should Persist Asking Doctor Questions, Says Rounds

  Cancer Patients Should Persist Asking Doctor Questions, Says Rounds

Cancer patients are urged to be persistent by continuing to ask questions to their doctors if they are not satisfied

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Wait Over For 138 People In Ba

  Wait Over For 138 People In Ba

This is the moment I have been waiting for, says Angela Devi. Ms Devi said this when she and her

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Wife: My Husband Told Me The Day Before He Would Die Soon

  Wife: My Husband Told Me The Day Before He Would Die Soon

Just a day before his tragic de­mise, Ifraz Mohammed told his wife, Nazmin Nisha, that he would die soon. A

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Blues Party IDC Win

  Blues Party IDC Win

The Lautoka Football Association has called on its supporters to come in numbers this Saturday to support their champion team.

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Vidiri Promotes Quick Rip Programme

  Vidiri Promotes Quick Rip Programme

Former All Blacks wing Joeli Vidiri launched a Quick Rip rugby programme at Lautoka’s Churchill Park yesterday. The purpose of

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Renovated Oncology Rooms for Children Battling Cancer

  Renovated Oncology Rooms for Children Battling Cancer

Children battling cancer and their families can now receive quality care and comfort at the newly-refurbished Children’s Oncology Rooms at

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Weather Postpones West Carnivals

  Weather Postpones  West Carnivals

The Vodafone Rakiraki Car­nival has been postponed to October 24 and will end on October 27 because of the unfa­vourable

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Wellness Contest Spurs Change In Eating Habits

  Wellness Contest Spurs Change In Eating Habits

At least 1000 villagers who took part in the ‘Oso Mai Ra’ Wellness Competition were urged to change their eating

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Killer Gets Another 14 Years, 11 Months For Rape

  Killer Gets  Another 14 Years, 11 Months For Rape

A 22-year-old Lautoka man who is serving a life sentence for murder had an additional sentence of 14 years and

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Mixed Reactions From Tavua Vendors On Poll

  Mixed Reactions From Tavua Vendors On Poll

Tavua Market vendors have raised their views on two political parties that will contest this year’s General Election. At least

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Heavy Rain Closes Roads, Ra Villagers Stranded

  Heavy Rain Closes Roads, Ra Villagers Stranded

People can expect more rain in the coming days, heavy at times and oc­cassional thunderstorms. The Fiji Meteorological Services says

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Mother-to-be Struggles to Walk Home in 4km Flooded Roads

  Mother-to-be Struggles to Walk Home in 4km Flooded Roads

A Ra woman, who is eight-months pregnant, had to walk four kilometres back to her home after floodwaters covered the

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Motorists Warned Of Flooded Roads

  Motorists Warned Of Flooded Roads

Motorists have been warned to avoid speeding and areas that have roads covered with water following the heavy downpour in

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FRIEND Fiji Brings Back Backyard Gardens

  FRIEND Fiji Brings Back Backyard Gardens

Eleven communities in Vi­togo District, Lautoka, have embarked on a backyard gardening programme, thanks to the Foundation of Rural Integrat­ed

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