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    Coach Saumi Eyes Three-Peat

Coach Saumi Eyes Three-Peat

As the Ratu Kadavulevu School fraternity switches to celebration mode over the next few days, or perhaps weeks, the man who made it all possible is already putting in place

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    Women In Fiji Navy Please Visiting Canadian Commodore Mulkins

Women In Fiji Navy Please Visiting Canadian Commodore Mulkins

The Commander of Canada’s Naval Reserves, Commodore Marta Mulkins, has applauded the recent recruitment of the first group of women in the Republic of Fiji Military Forces naval division. She

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    Editorial: 40 Years Of Peacekeeping A Proud Legacy

Editorial: 40 Years Of Peacekeeping A Proud Legacy

As we reflect on 40 years of peacekeeping duties with the United Nations, we can be proud of how far we have come as a nation. Not only in our

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    Man Dead After Being Hit By Minivan In Suva

Man Dead After Being Hit By Minivan In Suva

A 26 year old man died after he was hit by a minivan traveling along Ratu Mara Road yesterday morning. At around 5:30am the victim was crossing the road from the Fiji

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    Fashion Takes Centre Stage

Fashion Takes Centre Stage

Last night, the city of Suva be­came the global centre for Pa­cific Fashion. Though this is something the Fash­ion Council of Fiji and Bottega Gold Fijian Fashion Festival aims to

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    EDITORIAL: A Day To Remember For Micro-Entrepreneurs  Of Vakabalea  In Deuba

EDITORIAL: A Day To Remember For Micro-Entrepreneurs Of Vakabalea In Deuba

What a relief for micro-entrepreneurs at Vak­abalea, Deuba. Finally, they have clean and safe spaces to sell their products. For years they have been left on their own to build

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    People Respond And Help to Save Baby Whale Beached in Sigatoka

People Respond And Help to Save Baby Whale Beached in Sigatoka

A calf pilot whale that was found early yesterday beached at the Sigatoka River mouth is believed to have reu­nited with its mother thanks to the locals who helped. Sarafina

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     All Those Trying To Defraud Homes CARE Initiative, Listen To Your Conscience

 All Those Trying To Defraud Homes CARE Initiative, Listen To Your Conscience

As human beings we are created with the ability to distinguish right from wrong. But sometimes our judgement can be clouded as a result of vari­ous factors – peer pressure

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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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Disaster Resilient Plan Will Develop Agricultural Sector

  Disaster Resilient Plan Will Develop Agricultural Sector

The Ministry of Agriculture with assistance from the Food and Agriculture Or­ganisation (FAO) is working to improve climate risk identifica­tion

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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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Rabuka: Fijians Too Dependent

  Rabuka: Fijians Too Dependent

Social Democratic Liberal Par­ty leader (SODELPA) Sitiveni Rabuka believes Fijians are losing their moral fibre and char­acter of work they

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Anglican Church In Polynesia Says No To Same Sex Blessings

  Anglican Church In Polynesia Says No To Same Sex Blessings

The General Synod of the An­glican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia has passed a resolution which rec­ognises that

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Professor Misir Launches Book About India Indentured Women

  Professor Misir  Launches Book  About India  Indentured Women

For years, Western intel­lectuals had presented a biased-colonial histo­ry on the social degradation of colonised Indian women. This, along with

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 Labour Names 19, Mix Of Experience, And New Provisional Candidates

   Labour Names 19, Mix Of Experience, And New Provisional Candidates

    Most of their work leading up to the general election would involve footwork, personal contact and getting their

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 Temporary Shelter

   Temporary Shelter

Students attending schools dam­aged by Tropical Cyclone Keni in Kadavu will be provided temporary shelter by the United Nations Chil­dren’s

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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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Work Shall Resume On The 1997 Constitution If We Win Majority Seats, Says Rabuka

  Work Shall Resume On The 1997 Constitution If We Win Majority Seats, Says Rabuka

SODELPA leader Sitiveni Rabuka says he wants a re­turn to the 1997 Constitution if the party wins the election. Speaking

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Ministry Officials Survey Blaze Site

  Ministry Officials Survey Blaze Site

Despite the stench emanating from the building, work carried on as normal for the nearby companies including Mobil, FMF Foods

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Consumers Now Have Appeal Right: A-G

  Consumers Now Have Appeal Right: A-G

  Consumers have the right of appeal to any licensed credit reporting agency under the Fair Reporting of Credit Regulations

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Price To Remain High: Minister Naiqamu

  Price To Remain High: Minister Naiqamu

Questions were also raised about middlemen pushing up the price of yaqona. Acting Agriculture Minister says the market is free

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PM Continues To Set Example In His Tour Of Cyclone, Flood-Hit Areas

  PM Continues To Set Example In His Tour Of Cyclone, Flood-Hit Areas

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama was visibly upset yesterday during the National Disaster Management Office briefing on Tropical Cyclone Keni. And

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Tidal Waves, Strong Winds Ravage Drue, Navuatu Villages

  Tidal Waves, Strong Winds Ravage Drue, Navuatu Villages

For two hours, the two villages located near the popular Matana Beach Resort, suffered the brunt of TC Keni.  

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Editorial: Mind-Set Shift Will Change Savings Attitude For Fijians

  Editorial: Mind-Set Shift Will Change Savings Attitude For Fijians

Most parents want to provide the very best in education for their children. But often they don’t know how, when

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Fiji Sun Journalist Starts Ground-breaking China Study

  Fiji Sun Journalist Starts Ground-breaking China Study

Fiji Sun journalist, Lusiana Tuimais­ala, has become the first from Fiji to undergo intensive training in the China Asia and

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Improved Border Control Vital to Confiscate Illegal Devices

  Improved Border Control Vital to Confiscate Illegal Devices

Mobile users can expect improved customer experience when de­vices that can cause interference to mobile networks are removed from the

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Headgirl Sings Praises For Parents

  Headgirl Sings Praises For Parents

Grace Ali owes much of what she has achieved so far to her parents. Last week she was inducted as

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Come Home, Fijian Mother Pleads Missing Daughter

  Come Home, Fijian Mother Pleads Missing Daughter

The mother of the missing British-Fijian teenager in the United Kingdom has made a direct plea to her daughter “to

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Fijian gains PhD from University of Hawaii

  Fijian gains PhD from University of Hawaii

On Saturday, December 16, 2017, Ponipate R Rokolekutu of Vunimono, Bau, Tailevu, graduated from the University of Hawaii. Dr Rokolekutu

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