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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 the Chinese Government, the intensive training will be carried out

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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 Sun questioned him and showed him screenshots of a derogatory

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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 president Seni Nabou during their submission to the Parliamentarian committee

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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 only have a direct impact on Fiji’s blue economy, but

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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 one of the latest examples of the inter­est from filmmakers

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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. Chairman of the new MSAF Board David Kolitagane said the

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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 are being questioned at the Totogo Police Station in Suva.

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    Fiji’s Waste Management Enters The Drone Era

Fiji’s Waste Management Enters The Drone Era

The DJI Phantom 4 drones will assist in the Ridge to Reef project Government will now employ the drone technology to moni­tor illegal waste dumping and breeching other environmental regu­lations.

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    Weather Fails To Deter ACS Crowd

Weather Fails To Deter ACS Crowd

Heavy rain did not deter the big crowd that turned up at Adi Cakobau School grounds yesterday to celebrate the 2018 Waterlily Pageant. Opening the event, Permanent Secretary for the

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USA Fijians Donate Library Books For Maritime Schools

  USA Fijians Donate Library Books For Maritime Schools

More than 30,000 library books will be distributed to schools in Vanuabalavu, Koro and Gau. These books that were donated

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I’m Clean, Clear: Sacked Manager Finance

  I’m Clean, Clear: Sacked Manager Finance

Sacked Maritime Safety Au­thority of Fiji (MSAF) offi­cial Navin Kamlesh has de­nied any wrongdoing. The former manager finance was among

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Nabose: Knights Survive Test To Win

  Nabose: Knights Survive Test To Win

The Puma Davuilevu Knights are looking forward to their quarterfinal match in the Vodafone Cup rugby league elimi­nations. The Knights

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Budding Artist Makes Use of Talent

  Budding Artist Makes Use of Talent

Fijians have been urged to make use of their God-given talents be­cause it will enable them to find their calling

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Rabuka Seeks Legal Advice Over 2000 Coup Allegations

  Rabuka Seeks Legal Advice Over 2000 Coup Allegations

  SODELPA leader Sitiveni Rabuka has sought legal advice after allegations about the 2000 Coup surfaced on social media. The

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‘Cinderella Sisters’ Claim They Worked Like Slaves

  ‘Cinderella Sisters’ Claim They Worked Like Slaves

  Domestic worker Tuipolotu Tala­toka claims her and her colleague, Salaseini Serukeitoga, worked like slaves in Samoa. Ms Talatoka made

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US Works with RFMF on Developments

  US Works with RFMF on Developments

  United States Embassy defence attache Commander Constantine Panayiotou said they are working with the Director of Peace Support Operations

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Students Show Resilience Despite Disasters

  Students Show Resilience Despite Disasters

Despite the congested situa­tion at Saint John’s College in Cawaci, Ovalau, the school maintained an attendance rate of 93 per

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Embassy Team Inspects School Damage

  Embassy Team Inspects School Damage

Officials of the US Embassy in Suva have begun assess­ments on the Koa Moana Project at Saint John’s College at

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Rotumans Gather For Their Big Day

  Rotumans Gather For Their Big Day

THEME: STAND UP ROTUMA AND SEE WHAT OUR FUTURE IS LIKE (HAGUA ROTUMA TIOR’AKIA’OU AVA) Hundreds of Rotumans in Suva

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Former Cashier Realises Law Dream

  Former Cashier Realises Law Dream

  Jennifer Begum dropped out of university stud­ies because of financial constraints in 2007, but she always knew she’d have

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Human Rights Body Chief Takes On SODELPA Leader

  Human Rights Body Chief Takes On SODELPA Leader

Everyone deserves to live a life of dignity, says the Di­rector of the Human Rights and Anti-Discrimination Commis­sion Ashwin Raj.

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Female Staff, Mothers Honoured

  Female Staff, Mothers Honoured

  For a male dominated department and profession, we have done well in encouraging gender equality and promoting participation and

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What Rabuka Didn’t Do, FijiFirst Does

  What Rabuka Didn’t Do, FijiFirst Does

The idea to build a funeral rites facility was first moot­ed in Parliament by the Na­tional Federation Party (NFP) in

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Hundreds March To Mark Israel’s 70 Years

  Hundreds March To Mark Israel’s 70 Years

Hundreds gathered and marched yesterday through the streets of Suva to mark Israel’s 70 years of exist­ence as an independent

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Usamate Comments On The Samoa ‘Nanny Housemaid’ Issue

  Usamate Comments On The Samoa ‘Nanny Housemaid’ Issue

The Minister for Employ­ment, Jone Usamate, is try­ing to organise a meeting with two women who were alleged to be

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Parents’ Struggles For Son Pay Off

  Parents’ Struggles For Son Pay Off

Watching his parents’ struggles drove Esala Vakamacawai to what he is today. So much so that Mr Vakamacawai gradu­ated with

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A Degree Of Delight

  A Degree Of Delight

Sera Matawamosau, 42, was among 43 students who graduated from the Fiji National University College of Medicine, Nurs­ing and Health

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Challenges Help Mother Succeed

  Challenges Help Mother Succeed

Marisilina Waqali was a proud student, mother and wife after she gradu­ated with a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Health yesterday.

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Best Friends Show Joy On Graduation Day

  Best Friends Show Joy On Graduation Day

Best friends since day one of their tertiary edu­cation, Salote Vuanidilo and Marica Rakuro were among the 120 Fiji National

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