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     1300 To Graduate

 1300 To Graduate

  More than 1300 students will grad­uate from the Fiji National Univer­sity (FNU) in a series of ceremo­nies commencing today. FNU Vice Chancellor Professor Nigel Healey said a university’s success

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     Temporary Shelter

 Temporary Shelter

Students attending schools dam­aged by Tropical Cyclone Keni in Kadavu will be provided temporary shelter by the United Nations Chil­dren’s Fund (UNICEF). Cate Heinrich, chief communi­cations UNICEF Pacific, said they

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    Shrimp Imports Worth $24m

Shrimp Imports Worth $24m

Fiji imports 700 tons of shrimp annually at an estimated value of $24 million. This was revealed by Minister for Fisheries Semi Koroilavesau during the opening of Fiji’s first conference

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     PS Karan Receives HFC Donation

 PS Karan Receives HFC Donation

Government received clothes and food items worth $4000 yesterday to aid Cyclone Keni victims on Ka­davu. The Permanent Secretary in the Office of the Prime Minister’s Of­fice, Yogesh Karan, received

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    EXPERTS TO TACKLE FUTURE OF GLOBAL ECONOMY AT BIG ADB MEET

EXPERTS TO TACKLE FUTURE OF GLOBAL ECONOMY AT BIG ADB MEET

Shifts in the global economy and new technologies are among the topics to be discussed by experts in history, international economics and digital finance at the 51st Annual Meeting of

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    Letters To The Editor 2nd May 2018

Letters To The Editor 2nd May 2018

Letter of the week THE BLAME GAME Apenisa Koli, Nadi This letter is in response to some politicians using social media to criticise the Government for allegedly not providing assistance

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    Katonitabua Reveals Why He Intervened

Katonitabua Reveals Why He Intervened

The High Court in Suva heard in evidence yesterday that after the 2014 General Election the Nai Lalakai covered issues which were sensitive to the iTaukei communities and as Permanent

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    Building Fitter, Healthier Pacific Forces

Building Fitter, Healthier Pacific Forces

The first regional security forces physical train­ing instructor’s course that kicks off next week should set the platform for fitter and healthier personnel. On the request of a number of

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    Irish Minister On Fiji Visit

Irish Minister On Fiji Visit

The Permanent Secretary in the Of­fice of the Prime Minister, Yogesh Karan, met the Irish Minister of State for the Diaspora and International Development, Ciarán Cannon, in Suva yester­day. Issues

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Vakarauvanua Happy To Be Part Of 60 Corrections Recruits

  Vakarauvanua Happy To Be Part Of 60 Corrections Recruits

Twenty-year-old Matelita Va­karauvanua is happy to join the Fiji Corrections Service. She was part of the 60 new re­cruits who

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Multiple Stab Wounds ‘Caused Death’

  Multiple Stab Wounds ‘Caused Death’

The High Court in Suva has been told that multiple stab wounds caused the death of a 22-year-old woman in

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Shooting Competition Starts In Australia

  Shooting Competition Starts In Australia

The annual Australian Army Skill at Arms Meet (AASAM) competition at the Puckapunyal Military Area, Victoria, Australia started on Sunday.

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Fiji To Advance Paris Agreement Work Programme

  Fiji To Advance Paris Agreement Work Programme

The Fijian COP23 Presidency Team is focused on advancing the Work Programme of the Paris Agreement and is calling on

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Ravulo Salutes Late Dad For Success

  Ravulo Salutes Late Dad For Success

The recipient of the Baton of Honour and the Commis­sioner’s Trophy, Eparama Ravulo, 36, saluted his late father Jone Ravulo

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Double Celebration For Romit Singh

  Double Celebration For Romit Singh

  Today will be a double cel­ebration for new Fiji Correc­tions Service recruit, Ronald Romit Singh, 22. Yesterday, he took

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PM Alerted About Nabouwalu

  PM Alerted About Nabouwalu

  Different issues were raised by Na­bouwalu district advisory council­lor Sujata Singh when Prime Minis­ter Voreqe Bainimarama asked if anyone

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FPTL Invests $10M on Wharf Upgrade

  FPTL Invests $10M on Wharf Upgrade

Fiji Ports Terminal Limited (FPTL) in the past four years has spent over $10 million in procuring equipment to provide

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Princess Moana Extends Service To Rabi

  Princess Moana Extends Service To Rabi

  Princess Moana has recently extended its run to Rabi Island. Miller Shipping Services is urging passengers to book their

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Waivola Water Project Nears Completion

  Waivola Water Project Nears Completion

Three weeks into the construction of the Waivola rural water scheme by Water Authority of Fiji (WAF) pro­ject workers and

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Five More Fijians Graduate From India

  Five More Fijians Graduate From India

Five more Fijian students have graduated from India under the Indian Council for Cul­tural Relations Scholarship. The five are Tuvere

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Vunilagi Supplying Rations For West,Yasawa Islands

  Vunilagi Supplying Rations For West,Yasawa Islands

Landing craft Vunilagi muscles on with its operations supplying food rations for people affected by the re­cent Tropical Cyclones Keni

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Bad Weather Delays Road Works At Ratu Dovi Rd Intersection

  Bad Weather Delays Road Works At Ratu Dovi Rd  Intersection

Due to the bad weather during the weekend, the Fiji Roads Author­ity contractors will continue to carry out road works

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Quick Action Needed: Koroilavesau

  Quick Action Needed: Koroilavesau

Quick action needs to be taken by concerned authorities on oil spills similar to what occurred at Fiji Ships and

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Big Turnout For Homes-CARE Help

  Big Turnout For Homes-CARE Help

Police officers were deployed to Nawaka Village Hall in Nadi to help monitor the situation as people came in droves

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Moceacagi Sees Sea of Opportunities in Tourism

  Moceacagi Sees Sea of Opportunities in Tourism

South Seas Cruises Marine Operations Manager, Thomas Daniel Moceacagi treasures his time at sea as much as he treas­ures his

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Bi Thanks Homes-CARE Help

  Bi Thanks Homes-CARE Help

Sixty-two-year-old Zhara Bi left her home at Nawajiku­ma settlement at about 6am yesterday to lodge her application for the Homes-CARE

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Shi Dao Pays Oil Spill Fine, Leaves Country

  Shi Dao Pays Oil Spill Fine, Leaves Country

Chinese fishing vessel Shi Dao caught pumping out oil into the sea near the Fiji Ships and Heavy Industries dock

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ODPP: APRIL RECORDS 19 CASES

  ODPP: APRIL RECORDS 19 CASES

There were 12 people charged with a total of 19 counts of separate alleged incidents in April, latest statistics from

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Big Fun Day For Animals On Saturday

  Big Fun Day For Animals On Saturday

The Society for the Preven­tion of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) will stage a Fun Day on Saturday to raise awareness

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