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    Rishikul parent says learning process important for children

Rishikul parent says learning process important for children

Early childhood educa­tion is an important learning stage in a child’s life because it helps in their cognitive develop­ment. This was highlighted by Sanjeshni Gokul, one of the parents who

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    UAE to Fund Building of New Schools

UAE to Fund Building of New Schools

The United Arab Emirates Red Crescent is committed to the Government’s Adopt a School programme. It will build three new schools programme following a signing of a memorandum of understanding

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    Family Symbolises Diwali Unity, Diversity

Family Symbolises Diwali Unity, Diversity

For more than a decade, Te­vita Ravavai and his family celebrated Diwali like any other family to symbolise their unity and diversity. Mr Ravavai is a vendor at the Nausori

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    Sale Of Barn Owl Worries Animals Fiji

Sale Of Barn Owl Worries Animals Fiji

The co-founder and managing trustee of Animals Fiji is calling for more public en­gagement to follow the law and enforcement of laws concerning endangered animals. Casey Quimby raised this concern

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    PM’s My Idol: Year One Student

PM’s My Idol: Year One Student

Six-year-old Arnav Maharaj yesterday waited patiently during the FijiFirst rally in Rampur Primary School in Navua to meet his idol, Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama. Arnav did not know that Mr

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    Youths Throw Support Behind FijiFirst

Youths Throw Support Behind FijiFirst

Participants attending the Youths for Attorney-General Rally at Albert Park in Suva on Saturday have thrown their support behind FijiFirst policies. For 24-year-old Janesh Reddy, a second-time voter and final

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    A-G: Study Will Decide Pay Rise

A-G: Study Will Decide Pay Rise

A FijiFirst campaign gathering at Navua has been told that the Government would have to conduct a study before implementing a minimum wage rate rise. The gathering was told that

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    Bus Driver Remains In Custody

Bus Driver Remains In Custody

A 23-year-old bus driver was still in Police custody yesterday after a collision on the junction of Kinoya and Khalsa roads last Friday night. Police spokesperson Ana Naisoro confirmed that

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    Survivor Calls For Cancer Screening In Schools

Survivor Calls For Cancer Screening In Schools

A cancer survivor has called on the Ministry of Health and Ministry of Education to conduct early cancer screenings in schools. Marseu Rafai, 78, is a cancer survivor for 11

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Unification Meeting A Major Milestone:Anthony

  Unification Meeting A Major Milestone:Anthony

The meeting of two rival trade union groups to unite against Government is a major milestone, says Felix Anthony. The

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Collective Action Ensures Workers Rights, Says Anthony

  Collective Action Ensures Workers Rights, Says Anthony

The meeting of two rival trade union groups to unite against Government is a major mile­stone, says Felix Anthony. The

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LDS Adults, Teens Reach Out To Blind Society

  LDS Adults, Teens Reach Out To Blind Society

More than 90 adults and teenagers were part of a community outreach pro­gramme from the Suva Fiji Stake of the

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Nanuku, Veidogo Squatters Look Forward To Relocation

  Nanuku,  Veidogo Squatters  Look Forward To Relocation

Families living in the well-known Nanuku and Veidogo informal settlements in Vatuwaqa will be relocated. The relocation of families to

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Officer Faces Abuse Of Office, Dishonesty Charges Involving $4m

  Officer Faces Abuse Of Office,  Dishonesty Charges Involving $4m

A 48-year-old man charged with one count of abuse of office and one count of gen­eral dishonesty causing a loss

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Residents Wade Flooded Road to School, Work

  Residents Wade Flooded Road to School, Work

  Residents of Koronivia Road, Nausori, waded through flood waters to get to work and school yesterday after the heavy

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Low Lying Area? Heed Warnings

  Low Lying Area? Heed Warnings

  Fijians living in low-lying areas have been advised to take heed of flood warnings and prepare to evacuate to

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Misleading CNN: Harry, Meghan Visit Here Still On, No Zika Threat

  Misleading CNN: Harry, Meghan Visit Here Still On, No Zika Threat

  The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s visit to Fiji will take place as sched­uled despite misleading interna­tional reports of

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Research: 500 Historic Shipwrecks, Indigenous Sites Underwater

  Research: 500 Historic Shipwrecks, Indigenous Sites Underwater

Fiji has 500 historic ship­wrecks and indigenous un­derwater sites in its waters. From the sacred canoes (waqa tabu or drua)

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School Nutrition Project Battles Rise In NCDS

  School Nutrition Project Battles Rise In NCDS

Learning is lifelong and an exchange of ideas will help minimise the risks of non-communicable diseases. This was the message

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Us Navy Bring Smiles To Residents Of Chanel Home Of Compassion

  Us Navy Bring Smiles To Residents Of Chanel Home Of Compassion

Ten sailors and officers from the US Navy ship USS Shoup (DDG 86) vis­ited the Chanel Home of Com­passion yesterday

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Bike Winner Gifts It To Husband

  Bike Winner Gifts It To Husband

It was double celebration for Vodafone Text pro­motion winner Ranjita Chand yesterday. Not only did the 38-year-old win a Yamaha

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Prof Healey Clarifies FNU Policy On Running For General Elections

  Prof Healey Clarifies FNU Policy On Running For General Elections

Employees of Fiji National Uni­versity can contest the General Elec­tion provided they either take annual leave or leave without pay.

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Academic Tells Of Pressures On Students

  Academic Tells Of Pressures On Students

In a changing world of social media, uncertainty over the future of employment prospects and high levels of student tuition

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Ex-minister Dies

  Ex-minister Dies

A former Cabinet minister in the interim Government after the 2000 coup has died. Konisi Tabu Yabaki, 77, of Tiliva

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Wives & Mother’s Club Donate Gift Packs To Women

  Wives & Mother’s Club Donate Gift Packs To Women

For the past seven years, the RFMF Wives and Mothers Club (WMC) has been donating packs to the patients in

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Nursing Home Resident Uses Skills To Be Productive

  Nursing Home Resident Uses Skills To Be Productive

Tirisa Qocatabua may be a resident at the Golden Age Home in Samabula, but she is de­termined to be productive

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Future In Waste Management, Says Activist

  Future In Waste Management, Says Activist

Thirty-two-year-old Dwain Qalovaki is a familiar face to organic waste manage­ment and green entrepreneur­ship. The two-time international award-winning sustainability manager

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Workshop hopes to tackle invasive species problem

  Workshop hopes to tackle invasive species problem

The implementation programme by Biosecurity Authority of Fiji (BAF) launched a project inception workshop yesterday on Giant Invasive Iguana (GII).

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Nasegai Villagers Seek Solutions Against Landslides

  Nasegai Villagers Seek Solutions Against Landslides

Villagers of Nasegai, Tavuki in Kadavu are seeking solu­tions to the frequent land­slides that threaten the village. Village elder Josateki

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