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RO TEIMUMU OR RABUKA?
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RO TEIMUMU OR RABUKA?

By ROSI DOVIVERATA The Gone Marama Bale na Roko Tui Dreketi, Ro Teimumu Kepa, may take on the leading role for one o...

Fijian teachers doing well despite protest
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Fijian teachers doing well despite protest

By FARISHA AHMED and WATI TALEBULA The Fijian volunteer teachers are doing well in Vanuatu despite a protest from th...

Donation means better health for mums, babies
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Donation means better health for mums, babies

By JUSTINE MANNAN Two Cardiotocography (CTG) machines were handed over to the Ministry of Health by Carpenters Group...

Kempe helps  Anglican schools
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Kempe helps Anglican schools

By WATI TALEBULA The teachers and students of Saint John’s School in Wailoku were pleasantly surprised to receive ...

Boys claim sexual abuse, investigation underway
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Boys claim sexual abuse, investigation underway

By JYOTI PRATIBHA Three boys have alleged that they were sexually abused while staying at a madrasa (a religious sch...

A-G boosts India-Fiji trade
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A-G boosts India-Fiji trade

The Attorney-General and Minister for Industry and Trade, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum, officially launched the Indo-Fiji Bus...

Student hacker suspects remanded
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Student hacker suspects remanded

By TALEBULA KATE Two tertiary school students allegedly involved in a money laundering case were remanded custody by...

Registration for Fijians in Australia next week
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Registration for Fijians in Australia next week

The Fijian Elections Office has announced the details of its campaign to register Fijians living in Australia to vot...

Unionists to stand: Urai
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Unionists to stand: Urai

Wellington: Two prominent unionists in Fiji are planning to stand for parliament at this year’s election. The pres...

Fatiaki pushes welfare efficiency
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Fatiaki pushes welfare efficiency

By ZAFIYA SHAMIM The Department of Social Welfare is working to ensure that members of the public receive efficient ...

LTA to improve customer service
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LTA to improve customer service

By ZAFIYA SHAMIM The Land Transport Authority (LTA) is calling on its staff to practice efficient and effective cust...

Thomson chairs UN boards meet
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Thomson chairs UN boards meet

The afternoon session of 2014 joint meeting of the executive boards of UNDP, UNFPA, UNOPS, UNICEF, UN-Women and WFP ...

Vatoa telecommuncations restored  after Government team visits
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Vatoa telecommuncations restored after Government team visits

Telecommunications link to the remote island of Vatoa in the Lau group was recently restored by Telecom Fiji Limited...

Ministry investigates Veiuto
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Ministry investigates Veiuto

By FARISHA AHMED The Ministry of Education is investigating a situation at Veiuto Primary School after the school se...

USP  to start orientation week
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USP to start orientation week

By FARISHA AHMED The University of the South Pacific is looking forward to meeting its new students with a week-long...

No more excuses: High Court
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No more excuses: High Court

BY TALEBULA KATE The High Court in Suva will not grant a week or a few more days for pre-mitigation submissions once...

Ex-teacher gets two years for defilement
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Ex-teacher gets two years for defilement

BY TALEBULA KATE A former secondary teacher was yesterday sentenced to two years in jail by the High Court in Suva f...

Nabala Secondary School receives  new facilities
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Nabala Secondary School receives new facilities

By Siteri Taleitaki Students of Nabala Secondary School will enjoy their year learning after the completion of an ab...

Caginitoba leads  Nabouono solar way
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Caginitoba leads Nabouono solar way

The new solar electrification project at Nabouono Village, Udu Point in Macuata, has generated numerous benefits for...

Rain worries North team, warning for those in low-lying areas
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Rain worries North team, warning for those in low-lying areas

By SERUWAIA WAQASAQA The Disaster Management Committee (DISMAC) in the Northern Division is on standby to help peopl...

Clean-up for Naqara
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Clean-up for Naqara

By LOSIRENE CHAND Children from Somosomo and Wairiki Primary Schools teamed up to pick rubbish in the district of Na...

Rainima: Water projects a priority for division
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Rainima: Water projects a priority for division

By SERUWAIA WAQASAQA Water projects are a priority in Commissioners North’s office, says Divisional Planning Offic...

From Mexico to Marshall Islands
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From Mexico to Marshall Islands

How a fisherman survived 8000 miles, 14 months at sea Jose Alvarenga left Mexico on a fishing trip with 18-year old ...

Container classroom first for Fiji
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Container classroom first for Fiji

By FARISHA AHMED and WATI TALEBULA Teachers and students of Basden College, Newtown Nasinu, gave their thumbs up aft...

Teri has Fiji at heart
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Teri has Fiji at heart

By WATI TALEBULA AND FARISHA AHMED Teri Kempe’s heart has always remained in Fiji. The 66-year-old is the woman be...

Basden College sets example: Bole
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Basden College sets example: Bole

By FARISHA AHMED The Minister for Education, Filipe Bole, has applauded Basden College in Newtown, Nasinu, for meeti...

Centre work impresses PSC
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Centre work impresses PSC

By ZAFIYA SHAMIM Fiji’s Public Service Commission (PSC) is impressed with the work done by the University of the S...

Chand’s gift for school
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Chand’s gift for school

Students of Balevuto Public School in the interior of Ba can now learn computer literacy skills in school. This was ...

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