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    Candidates Agree On Easy, Faster Voting Process

Candidates Agree On Easy, Faster Voting Process

Candidates of different political parties in the Western Division agreed that the voting process used yesterday was easier and faster compared to past general elections. FijiFirst candidate Faiyaz Koya says

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    FLP Remains Optimistic

FLP Remains Optimistic

The Fiji Labour Party remains optimistic despite early results showing it trails FijiFirst and the Social Liberal Democratic Liberal Party (SODELPA) badly. Party president Lavenia Padarath said they had overcome

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    Inclusive Government: NFP

Inclusive Government: NFP

The oldest political party in Fiji, the National Federation Party will continue to uphold its policies in looking after its followers and the people of Fiji after Fijians went to

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    Widow Loses All In Fire

Widow Loses All In Fire

A widow in Labasa is homeless today after her three-bedroom home and her belongings were destroyed in a fire on Saturday afternoon at Batinikama. Amra Wati had to be pulled

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    TFL Hopes To Give Back

TFL Hopes To Give Back

First time sponsors of the 2014 Sugar Festival, Telecom Fiji Limited, hopes to give back to the community. TFL chief executive officer, Motilal DeSilva, said the industry had always tried

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    Ministry Takes Measures Against Ebola

Ministry Takes Measures Against Ebola

The Ministry of Health is working closely with a multi-agency group to help prevent the Ebola virus from entering Fiji. Ministry media officer Sunil Chandra said quarantine officers were members

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    Katarina The Farmer Growing Success

Katarina The Farmer Growing Success

Katarina Baleisuva never regrets the rewards of farming after 20 years of dedication and sacrifice. Ms Baleisuva is from Savusavu in Vanua Levu. She now lives at Tuilovoni in Davuilevu

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    China Donates Musical Instruments

China Donates Musical Instruments

The Ministry of Education expressed its sincere appreciation of donated musical instruments by the People’s Republic of China last Friday. The donated instruments also included television sets, laptops and multimedia

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    Makare Returns With A Bang

Makare Returns With A Bang

Novotel Nadi was on fire when Makare released their second album Taura Tale.  It was a jam-packed as music lovers stormed the arena to have a glimpse and hear live

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Waikatakata Vure Talks Of Their Struggle

  Waikatakata Vure Talks Of Their Struggle

A year after the release of their fifth album, the Waikatakata Vure E Dela Ni Nuku Vula group is finally

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No place Or Death Threats, Journalist Attacks Slammed

  No place Or Death Threats, Journalist Attacks Slammed

There is no place for intimidation of journalists anywhere, the Pacific Freedom Forum said in response to threats to two

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Hard Work Pays Off For Mishra

  Hard Work Pays Off For Mishra

Retired school teacher Ram Mishra is now reaping the rewards of his hard work after he took home top awards

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Unite For Modern Agriculture

  Unite For Modern Agriculture

The people of Fiji must be united in building a modern and competitive agriculture sector. This was stressed by the

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Ministry Doing EnoughTo Help farmers

  Ministry Doing EnoughTo Help farmers

Vegetable farmer of the Year Ajay Nand believes the Ministry of Agriculture is doing enough to support farmers. The 35-year-old

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Hospital Running Well, Ministry Denies Rumours

  Hospital Running Well, Ministry Denies Rumours

Operations at the new Navua Hospital is running normal says Ministry of Health media liaison officer, Sunil Chandra. This follows

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Lalati Seawall Ends Village Worry

  Lalati Seawall Ends Village Worry

Villagers of Lalati Village, on Beqa Island no longer have to worry about the village’s eroding shoreline after the construction

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From Captors To Friends

  From Captors To Friends

It was an experience that Lance Corporal Joeli Naivola will not easily forget after being recently released by the Jabhat

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FICAC Denies Padarath Claim

  FICAC Denies Padarath Claim

The Fiji Independent Commission against Corruption (FICAC) has denied claims made on social media that its staff had released information

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FLP: North, West Drought Critical

  FLP: North, West Drought Critical

The National Farmers Union (NFU) is calling for swift action from the regime in assisting victims of the worsening drought

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Stop Hate, Says PM

  Stop Hate, Says PM

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama yesterday called on ordinary Fijians to reject division and hatred. “There are certain politicians trying to

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FijiFirst: We Protect Landowners

  FijiFirst: We Protect Landowners

People of Vunimoli, Labasa had a reason to smile after the general secretary of the FijiFirst political party, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum

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Lest They Forget

  Lest They Forget

The National Federation Party has again boasted they are the only party that does not support the coup culture or

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Electoral Decree Breaches

  Electoral Decree Breaches

A Savusavu man, accused of destroying a political party’s poster, was warned not to be arrogant by breaking the law.

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Last Chance For Cards

  Last Chance For Cards

Voters who have lost their  electronic voter registration cards (EVR) can still get a replacement. The Fijian Elections Office would

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Namosi Voters Change

  Namosi Voters Change

Voters in Navunibau in Namosi will now vote in Vunibau in Serua. This has happened because when they reported for

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Tora At FijiFirst Rally

  Tora At FijiFirst Rally

Veteran politician Apisai Tora, a prominent member of the Taukei Movement in the 1987 political upheaval, attended a FijiFirst meeting

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Happy To Pre-poll: Soldiers

  Happy To Pre-poll: Soldiers

Private Eliki Seasea shared on the importance of voting as they voted at the Royal Fiji Military Forces Delta Coy

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Saneem Helps Police voters

  Saneem Helps Police voters

Officers of the Fiji Police Force who were not able to register for pre-polling would be able to vote on

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The Sayed-Khaiyum Thesis Conspiracy Theory

  The Sayed-Khaiyum Thesis Conspiracy Theory

Most people would think ridiculous claims that the Americans knew in advance about the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour, that

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