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    Canberra Times Impressed By Fiji Sun Circulation

Canberra Times Impressed By Fiji Sun Circulation

Selita Bolanavanua is the Deputy Managing Editor News of the Fiji Sun. She is in Australia on a media studies programme organised by the Australian High Commission’s. Department of Foreign

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    COLONEL SERUIRATU HIGHLIGHTS THE CONTINUING EFFORTS TO LIFT THE STANDARD OF RFMF PROFESSIONALISM, SERVING PEOPLE

COLONEL SERUIRATU HIGHLIGHTS THE CONTINUING EFFORTS TO LIFT THE STANDARD OF RFMF PROFESSIONALISM, SERVING PEOPLE

Continuous Professional Mili­tary Education and Training at all levels within the Republic of Fiji Military Forces is important and is continually being raised to another level. Speaking to the Fiji

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    Qiliho Warns: No Drugs, Be Honest

Qiliho Warns: No Drugs, Be Honest

The Commissioner of Police, Brigadier-General Sitiveni Qiliho is taking a hard stand on drug test for his officers. While opening the three-day Kontiki Finance Fiji Police Inter-District Tournament in Nasova

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    Indonesia Ready To Work With Observers

Indonesia Ready To Work With Observers

Indonesia is confident of collaborating with members of the Multinational Observer Group to ensure a free, fair and credible 2018 General Election in Fiji. This follows assurances by the Indonesian

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    Fijian Rep In Kuala Lumpur Meeting

Fijian Rep In Kuala Lumpur Meeting

Our representative to the 11th Edition of the Young Diplomats Forum (YDF) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, was honoured to be the first representative from Fiji to attend the forum. Broderick

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    Late MP Laid To Rest At Village

Late MP Laid To Rest At Village

SODELPA Parliamentarian Anare Tuidraki Vadei will be laid to rest at his village in Sawaieke, Gau Lomaiviti, today. Mr Vadei passed away last week after a short illness. Last night

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    $4150 Donation Helps Clean-Up Drive

$4150 Donation Helps Clean-Up Drive

Pacific Energy South West Pacific Limited had donated $4150 to the Nausori Town Council to finance its Clean-Up Day Campaign initiative. The initiative is to commemorate the National Environment Week

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    Upskill Women With Disabilities: Minister

Upskill Women With Disabilities: Minister

There is a need to include women with disabilities in skills trainings says Minis­ter for Women, Children and Pov­erty Alleviation. Mereseini Vuniwaqa said they too were able to take part

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    Why HOPE Stands Good Chance At Poll: Draunidalo

Why HOPE Stands Good Chance At Poll: Draunidalo

  HOPE party leader and president, Tupou Draunidalo, believes the party stands a good chance of winning the upcoming general elec­tion. Speaking to Fiji Sun, Ms Draunidalo said: “I believe

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Ibrahim’s Obedience To God Honoured And Celebrated In Eid Al-Adha

  Ibrahim’s Obedience To God Honoured And Celebrated In Eid Al-Adha

When Ibrahim showed his obedience to God’s command with willingness to offer his son as a sacrifice, God showed mercy

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Anglican Church Reveals Education Plans

  Anglican Church Reveals Education Plans

The Anglican Church has re­vealed plans to expand its reach in providing quality education to Fijian children. The new developments

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Couple Grateful For Parenthood Assistance Payment Scheme

  Couple Grateful For Parenthood Assistance Payment Scheme

A mother who travelled from Vanua Levu to deliver her baby in Suva has found a sense of relief yesterday

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$85,000 Raised For School

  $85,000 Raised For School

Frank Hilton Organisation has raised $85,000 to support the Hilton Special School and Hilton Early Intervention Centre. This is after

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National Fire Authority Gets Savusavu Ambulance

  National Fire Authority Gets Savusavu Ambulance

To improve emer­gency services in the country, the Fi­jian Government yesterday handed over a brand-new ambulance to the National Fire

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India Hands FEO Off-Road Vehicles

  India Hands FEO Off-Road Vehicles

Preparations by the Fijian Elections Office for this year’s general election have been boosted by the Indian High Commission in

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Fundraiser Planned For People With Disabilities

  Fundraiser Planned For People With Disabilities

In a bid to raise funds for people living with spinal in­juries, the Viti Spinal Injuries Association of Fiji (VS­IAF)

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Collaboration Key To Raising Standards In Schools: Academic

  Collaboration Key To Raising Standards In Schools: Academic

Collaboration among key stakeholders is absolutely essential in schools to raise the education standard, says an academic. Radilaite Delaibatiki Cam­mock,

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Two Bands To Watch At Food, Music Day Today

  Two Bands To Watch At Food, Music Day Today

The Gang and RelatiV will take the stage Two bands aim to make an impact when the one-day Thurston Food

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Donation Starts Proposed School Computer Lab

  Donation Starts Proposed School Computer Lab

Vutia District School in Rewa re­ceived a $1000 donation to start a fund for a proposed computer laboratory on Thursday.

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NCD’s Solution Here In Fiji, Says Academic

  NCD’s Solution Here In Fiji, Says Academic

Public health lecturer encourages young entrepreneurs to join her Bele Project If we don’t start using what is readily available

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Village Marks 164 Years Of Christianity

  Village Marks 164 Years Of Christianity

With the advent of Christianity and arrival of missionaries in the Fiji Islands in the 1800s several chiefs and their

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Red Cross Ball Back After 15 Years

  Red Cross Ball Back After 15 Years

The Fiji Red Cross So­ciety is reviving its annual charity ball after 15 years. With the aim to raise funds

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 Civil Servants Go To China For Leadership Training

   Civil Servants Go To China For Leadership Training

  Twenty civil servants will be leaving for a nine-day Leader­ship training programme in Shanghai, China, next week. Sponsored by

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SODELPA Provisional Candidate Claims Facebook Account Was Hacked

  SODELPA Provisional Candidate Claims Facebook Account Was Hacked

SODELPA provisional candidate Anirudh Kamal Sharma claims his Facebook account was hacked on Tuesday. He made these claims after Fiji

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Party’s Seni Nabou Warns Fiji Must Take Responsibility

  Party’s Seni Nabou Warns Fiji Must Take Responsibility

Fiji should not devolve its responsibilities to Australia and New Zealand. This was stated by the National Federation Party vice

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Illegal, Unreported And Unregulated Fishing Must Be Addressed: Moceica

  Illegal, Unreported And Unregulated Fishing Must Be Addressed: Moceica

Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated fishing (IUU) activity is a maritime security challenge that needs to be addressed. It would not

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Big Interest For Film Productions

  Big Interest For Film Productions

A big budget TV pro­duction involving 200 locals and 160 foreign crew members is being shot in Savusavu and is

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MSAF Calls For Tenders

  MSAF Calls For Tenders

The Maritime Safety Author­ity of Fiji (MSAF) is inviting tenders from reputable ven­dors to carry out its job evaluation exercise.

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FRU Reports Theft, Two Men Questioned

  FRU Reports Theft, Two Men Questioned

Two men are in Police custody following a report received on Monday night from the Fiji Rugby Union. The duo

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