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    Kumar, Gaunavinaka Scoop Top Honours For April, May

Kumar, Gaunavinaka Scoop Top Honours For April, May

  Dharmendra Kumar and Timoci Gaunavinaka received rewards on Saturday for their top contributions to the Fiji Sun Letters to the Editor section for the months of April and May.

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    Rishikul Reaps Reward At National Chem Quiz Battle

Rishikul Reaps Reward At National Chem Quiz Battle

Dedication and sacrifice paid off  for Rishikul Sanatan College after taking first place in the National Category of the Chem Quiz Battle. The event was held during the Chemical Society

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    Kirwin’s  ‘Loving Islands’ Promotes Organic  Farming

Kirwin’s ‘Loving Islands’ Promotes Organic Farming

  A self-described environmentalist and humanitarian, Ms Kirwin’s ‘Loving Islands’ focusses on improving the lives of rural farmers. Litia Kirwin, an Australian-Fijian social entrepreneur, is working to improve the lives

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    Find Solutions Not Problems: Welch Tells Medical Professionals

Find Solutions Not Problems: Welch Tells Medical Professionals

There is a need for medical professionals to turn a nega­tive situation into a positive one by being solution focused. The Permanent Secretary for the Ministry of Civil Service, Berna­dette

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    Film Hopes To Change Mindset About Gays

Film Hopes To Change Mindset About Gays

A feature documentary being screened in Suva hopes to change the mindset of the public about the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex and Queer (LGBTIQ+) commu­nity. Titled ‘Leitis in Waiting’

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    Change Coming For Savusavu Vendors

Change Coming For Savusavu Vendors

Vendors in the Savusavu Market could soon be sell­ing their products in a bet­ter environment. This is all thanks to a $700,000 cheque handover on Tuesday to the Ministry of

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    Expert: How to Discipline Your Children

Expert: How to Discipline Your Children

Jennifer Poole, the executive director of Medical Services Pacific (MSP) said the pur­pose of discipline was to teach chil­dren the appropriate behaviour so they may get along with others and

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    Oneata’s Mosquitoes, An Omen Of Danger

Oneata’s Mosquitoes, An Omen Of Danger

The iTaukei culture, as with any other culture, is one replete with myths and legends. Each of Fiji’s 14 provinces has its own myths and legends. Oneata Island in the

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    Cricket Pedigree Runs Through Village

Cricket Pedigree Runs Through Village

  When you set foot on Nasau Village on Moce Island you will see a sparse cricket ground in the centre of the village. Cricket has been a part of

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Service Delivery Vital, Govt Officials Reminded

  Service Delivery Vital, Govt Officials Reminded

All Government of­ficials have been re­minded of the need to be pro-active, especially in terms of service delivery. This was

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Urban Drift Worries Naikeleyaqa Villgers

  Urban Drift Worries Naikeleyaqa Villgers

One place to visit in the Lau group is Naikeleyaqa. Just like a scene from a postcard of Bora Bora

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Ono Monuments Of Myths Will Be No More Over Time

  Ono Monuments Of Myths Will Be No More Over Time

Narikoso Village on Ono island in Kadavu is intertwined with myths and monuments, which face the risk of being lost

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Poultry Farm Augurs Well For Villagers

  Poultry Farm Augurs Well For Villagers

This is the first time Maraia Waca is feeding the chick­ens at the Narikoso Poul­try Farm in Narikoso Village on

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Villagers Fret Over Future Of Pandanus Plantations

  Villagers Fret Over  Future Of Pandanus  Plantations

The future for the voivoi plantation is looking bleak – Mikaele Liga Climate change is having a big effect on

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Resort Implements Climate Resilient Measures

  Resort Implements Climate Resilient Measures

Oneta Dive Resort is one of the eco-friendly resorts located on Ono Island, Kadavu. Richard Mercer, whose parents owned the

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Staff Members Learn Better Customer Service

  Staff Members Learn Better Customer Service

The Voter Services Centre Training programme has helped trainees to broaden their knowledge on proper and efficient customer service. This

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Women, stakeholders work on ways to grow National Expo

  Women, stakeholders work on ways to grow National Expo

A total of 340 women and three men ar­tisans were part of the 2018 National Womens Expo and made an

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Build A Student’s Character, Knowledge: Headteacher

  Build A Student’s Character, Knowledge: Headteacher

Early childhood education should be equally important as primary school education, says Vashist Muni Memorial Primary School headteacher, Divendra Bijay.

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USP Campus Life Praised For Flood Help

  USP Campus Life Praised For Flood Help

The Minister for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation Mereseini Vuniwaqa praised the contributions made by the staff and students of

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Family Fun Day for Parliament Secretariat

  Family Fun Day for Parliament Secretariat

  After a hectic few months of work, staff members of the Fijian Parliament secretar­iat and their families had a

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Etonia Closer To Engineering Dream

  Etonia Closer To Engineering Dream

Etonia Bose has a dream to be an engi­neer. The Year 13 Science stu­dent of Lelean Memorial School plans to

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Ro Teimumu Inspires Student

  Ro Teimumu Inspires Student

Seini Bulicokocoko of Ballen­tine Memorial School hopes to study law at the University of the South Pacific. She made this

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Nasinu Secondary School Headboy Readyto Study Agriculture To Become A Teacher

  Nasinu Secondary School Headboy Readyto Study Agriculture To Become A Teacher

Sailosi Koroitamana has high hopes of becoming an agricul­ture teacher. The 19-year-old headboy of Nas­inu Secondary School said the wide

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Inside Out Ready For A Blast

  Inside Out Ready For A Blast

For this year’s Thurston Food and Music Festival, the Suva-based band is all geared up to perform once more to

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Insight Into Chinese Architecture

  Insight Into Chinese Architecture

Fijians will be able to gain an insight into Chinese contem­porary architecture and re­cent developments in their art. The Skyline-Chinese

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Volunteers Upgrade Skills To Address Child Protection

  Volunteers Upgrade Skills To Address Child Protection

Lifeline Fiji has now trained its volunteers in child protection. This is by upgrading their skills in addressing children, understanding

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Super Rugby Promo Winner To Watch With Her Husband

  Super Rugby Promo Winner To Watch With Her Husband

Thirty-two will be watching the Super Rugby match be­tween Chiefs and Highland­ers at the ANZ Stadium at 7:30pm tonight. This

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Women Peacekeepers: Life, Challenges

  Women Peacekeepers: Life, Challenges

That’s probably one of the most interesting question given the growing number of women working in what once was a

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Training Ensures Confident, Competent Boat Operators

  Training Ensures Confident, Competent Boat Operators

Twenty Government seafarers are now equipped with a Boat Masters Licence after one week of training off Nukulau Island. The

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