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    Pilots Need Their Sleep Too

Pilots Need Their Sleep Too

Getting adequate sleep is important for us, especially if we have jobs that require great concentration. That’s why Air India pilots have requested flat beds on Boeing 787 Dreamliners. According

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    Australia Eyes Indigenous Recognition Vote

Australia Eyes Indigenous Recognition Vote

More than a century after its constitution was drafted, Australia is edging closer to formally recognising Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders as the nation’s first people. Changing the constitution to

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    Great Pope, Or Greatest Pope?

Great Pope, Or Greatest Pope?

The historic deal between the United States and Cuba was noteworthy for a lot of reasons—and a fascinating one that’s emerged has been the role of Pope Francis. It’s been

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    Inside Obama’s Family Deportation Mill

Inside Obama’s Family Deportation Mill

This past summer, the “border kids”—tens of thousands of unaccompanied minors from El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras detained after crossing into the United States became the country’s latest immigration crisis.

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    The Sony Hack Is A Watershed Moment Especially If North Korea Is Involved

The Sony Hack Is A Watershed Moment Especially If North Korea Is Involved

The hack on Sony Pictures Entertainment is one of the most debilitating ever targeted at US corporate servers. The November 24 incident didn’t just result in the theft of proprietary

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    Why India’s Mobile Network Is Broken

Why India’s Mobile Network Is Broken

Claire Verhagen’s first encounter with India was at the end of November when she landed in Delhi and switched her phone on. “I tried every network repeatedly for 15 minutes,”

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    Chinese Manufacturer May Become Global Contender

Chinese Manufacturer May Become Global Contender

In a private room at Airshow China set aside for discreet deal making, the Commercial Aviation Corporation of China has hung a picture of President Xi Jinping sitting in the

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    G20 Summit: Koalas And Shirtfronting

G20 Summit: Koalas And Shirtfronting

It reportedly cost more than A$500m ($437m; £279m) for Australia to put on, but in just two days, the G20 summit has come and gone. The world’s powerbrokers are making

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    Hear No Evil

Hear No Evil

Autocratic Russia and sweltering Qatar won the rights to host the 2018 and 2022 World Cups fair and square, after a generally clean and honest bidding process. There might have

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Survivors Cheat Deadly Ebola In New ‘Battle Of Hastings’

  Survivors Cheat Deadly Ebola In New ‘Battle Of Hastings’

In a town called Hastings in western Sierra Leone a battle every bit as deadly as the Norman Conquest is

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Obama Plans To Shield Up To 5m Immigrants From Deportation

  Obama Plans To Shield Up To 5m Immigrants From Deportation

President Obama will ignore angry protests from Republicans and announce as soon as next week a broad overhaul of the

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China Calls For Scale-up Of Assistance To Ebola-Hit Countries

  China Calls For Scale-up Of Assistance To Ebola-Hit Countries

A Chinese envoy on Thursday called on the international community to double its efforts in tackling Ebola epidemic and scale

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Kerry Lights Up Vatukoula

  Kerry Lights Up Vatukoula

The Vatukoula Bowling Club came alive on Friday night when singing sensation Kerry Damudamu officially launched his eighth album titled

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Reality TV Show For Emerging Artists

  Reality TV Show For Emerging Artists

It all started with the “RAIN” music clip. Today this has transformed into a project, known as the Rain Project.

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Pan Seared Mahi-Mahi

  Pan Seared Mahi-Mahi

Fijian spinach & avocado, sweet potato puree with papaya, coconut & coriander relish Ingredients: -Fijian spinach-150grms -Onion chopped-40grms -Tomatoe-30grms -Avocado-30grms

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Joe Jackson Father Of The Stars

  Joe Jackson Father Of  The Stars

Joe Jackson is the father and manager of the biggest pop star the world has ever known and that of

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Money Spinner Or Money Burner?

  Money Spinner Or Money Burner?

Hiring a team of Taiko traditional drummers to pound away in a cavernous hanger is one way to create a

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Inside The Taliban

  Inside The Taliban

As we turned on a dusty road into the mountainous Tangi Valley, we were just 60 miles (97 km) south-west

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Outback Plane Graveyard At Alice Springs Welcomes First Arrivals

  Outback Plane Graveyard At Alice Springs Welcomes First Arrivals

It is Australia’s dead centre – where our old planes can now go to die. After a slow start, passenger

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A Doctor’s Fight To Heal Gaza’s Children In Canada

  A Doctor’s Fight To Heal Gaza’s Children In Canada

“It was as if people there were waiting in line to be killed,” Dr. Izzeldin Abuelaish explained, describing life for

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A Win For Nauru

  A Win For Nauru

The government of Nauru has secured a victory over funds management giant Firebird in the NSW Supreme Court, overturning a

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North Koreans Setting Up Businesses In The South

  North Koreans Setting Up Businesses In The South

Restaurateur Chon Chol-woo is a household name in South Korea. His eponymous chain of restaurants populate the country’s casinos, bus

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Israel Creating ‘Culture Of Self-Censorship’

  Israel Creating ‘Culture Of Self-Censorship’

“Crackdowns on activism isn’t something new,” Nadim Nashif, coordinator of 7amleh (pronounced “Hamleh”) said, sitting in his office in Haifa.

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Modi’s ‘Swachh Bharat’ Initiative

  Modi’s ‘Swachh Bharat’ Initiative

With the Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself taking up the broom along with his cabinet colleagues, BJP cadres and lakhs

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North Koreans Setting Up Businesses In The South

  North Koreans Setting Up Businesses In The South

Restaurateur Chon Chol-woo is a household name in South Korea. His eponymous chain of restaurants populate the country’s casinos, bus

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A Win For Nauru

  A Win For Nauru

The government of Nauru has secured a victory over funds management giant Firebird in the NSW Supreme Court, overturning a

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Your Views

  Your Views

Year 13 exams Anusek Kumar, Nadi The time has just flown away and the D-Day is almost four weeks away

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A Man Of Faith

  A Man Of Faith

Raymund Kolbe was born on  January 8, 1894 in Poland, his father was German, his mother Polish. Kolbe developed a

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Bon Appetite @ Radisson Blu

  Bon Appetite  @ Radisson Blu

This week’s dish showcases a great combination of what fresh produce in Fiji can offer – a perfect healthy meal

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Fiji Rugby 7s rep
May 2017
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