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    1000 Plus Devotees Celebrate Joyful Ganesh Chaturthi

1000 Plus Devotees Celebrate Joyful Ganesh Chaturthi

More than 1000 Hindu dev­otees celebrated Ganesh Chaturthi with great en­thusiasm and happiness yester­day in Suva. Ganesh Chaturthi, also known as Vinayaka Chaturthi is an annual Hindu festival celebrating the

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    Digicel Signs Up For Music Event

Digicel Signs Up For Music Event

Music lovers in the Suva-Nausori corridor are in for a treat. There will be loads of entertain­ment from well-known singers and musical groups as the week-long Procera Music Car­nival starts

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    Street Appeal Will Help Victims of Natural Disasters

Street Appeal Will Help Victims of Natural Disasters

The annual Fiji Red Cross Society (FRCS) National Street Appeal to help people affected by natural disasters began on September 1 and will end on September 29. Fiji Red Cross

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    Villagers of Totoya Raise $56,000 In Festival Opener

Villagers of Totoya Raise $56,000 In Festival Opener

  Totoya villagers yesterday raised $56,000 in their fund­raising festival, Totoya Day, at Furnival Park in Toorak, Suva. The two-day event closes today. The villagers had set a three-year target

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    Grateful Mums Praise WOWS Kids Fiji Works

Grateful Mums Praise WOWS Kids Fiji Works

Shareen Lata had lost all hope when her two-year old son, Rishav Lal, was diagnosed with bone cancer last December. “I learned that treating the can­cer would be an expensive

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    Iowane, 15, Wins Trip To Japan

Iowane, 15, Wins Trip To Japan

Fifteen-year-old Iowane Ratu­naisa has been awarded an opportunity to take part in a creative programme in Japan this week. Iowane was awarded this opportuni­ty after he was selected as the

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    Australia Continues Education Support

Australia Continues Education Support

  The Australian High Commissioner to Fiji, John Feakes confirmed that Australia would continue to provide targeted support to the country’s education sector. He said this at the inaugural stakeholders

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    348 Diabetes Related Amputations This Year

348 Diabetes Related Amputations This Year

  So far this year, a total of 348 diabetes-related amputations were done at the three major divisional hospitals in Fiji: Colo­nial War Memorial Hospital, Lau­toka Hospital and Labasa Hospital.

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    Daughter’s Backyard Garden Keeps Diabetes Away

Daughter’s Backyard Garden Keeps Diabetes Away

  Karishma Kumar is a living testimony on what backyard gar­dening and consumption of fresh vegetables can achieve for those who have diabetes. A decision she reached and was committed

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 In-Depth Disaster Management Discussion Underway

   In-Depth Disaster Management Discussion Underway

    Information Management can assist in making better decisions in times of emergencies A three- day Regional Informa­tion Management

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Hindus Celebrate, Mark Birth Of Lord Ganesh

  Hindus Celebrate, Mark Birth Of Lord Ganesh

Hindus around the world are preparing to celebrate with great devotion and enthusiasm, Ganesh Utsav, to mark the birth of

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Kumar: From Cane Fields To The Bar

  Kumar: From Cane Fields To The Bar

From the arduous task of cut­ting sugarcane to becoming a lawyer is something Ashwin Kumar will never forget. Yesterday, the

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More Measures To Reduce Disabling Conditions: Expert

  More Measures To Reduce Disabling Conditions: Expert

   A rehabilitation specialist from Australia says that there needs to be more pro­active measures to minimise the effects of

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Japan Study: A Career Investment

  Japan Study: A Career Investment

Our bilateral ties have expanded opportunities in the development areas of education, agriculture, infrastructure, health and economy – Rosy Akbar

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Sign Language Interpreters Importance Highlighted

  Sign Language Interpreters Importance Highlighted

After graduating from the University of the South Pa­cific, my future plan is to teach the children sign language from

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Pearce Home gets pest control clean-up

  Pearce Home gets pest control clean-up

Pearce Home on Butt Street, Suva, recently had a pest control clean-up thanks to Amalgamated Pest Con­trol. The senior citizens

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Scholarships To Study In India Excite Recipients

  Scholarships To Study In India Excite Recipients

Three recipients of scholarships to study at tertiary institutes in India were excited when they received their tickets from the

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Mr Trendy’s Message On Single Parenting Is Close to His Heart

  Mr Trendy’s Message On Single Parenting Is Close to His Heart

Meet Mr Trendy Fashion Manasa Navara, who will be advocating a message close to his heart. Mr Navara is one

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Kinoya Told: Ministry Looking Into Drainage Woes, Threats Posed By Flooding

  Kinoya Told: Ministry Looking Into Drainage Woes, Threats Posed By Flooding

Government is committed to address drainage issues faced by members of the public in their respective commu­nities. This includes the

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Winners Tell Of Excitement After Winning Hisense 65-Inch TV

  Winners Tell Of Excitement After Winning Hisense 65-Inch TV

The winners of the Hisense 65-inch Smart LED television, Walesi and an­tenna have told how they had never won a

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US Scientists Find New Marine Species In Savusavu

  US Scientists Find New  Marine Species In Savusavu

A new species of nautiluses (an aquatic species) was found last week in Savusavu by scientists from the United States

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Awareness To Protect Mangrove Stocks

  Awareness To Protect Mangrove Stocks

The Permanent Secretary of Ministry of Local Govern­ment, Housing and Environ­ment, Joshua Wycliffe, says there is a need to conserve

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FCEF Launches Climate Action Initiative

  FCEF Launches Climate Action Initiative

Nesbitt Hazelman said the federation had about 500 members and every member is supposed to plant trees in their free

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College Lives Diversity, Turns It Into Dance

  College Lives Diversity, Turns It Into Dance

Sacred Heart College students will depict a theme of “Diversi­ty” through their dance perfor­mance during the Kula Awards – Fiji

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Nasinu Residents Welcome Daily Rubbish Collection Run

  Nasinu Residents Welcome Daily Rubbish Collection Run

Nasinu residents say they are happy with the new rubbish collection regime introduced by the Nasinu Town Council that began

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