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Council Staff Under Radar For Alleged Corrupt Practices
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Council Staff Under Radar For Alleged Corrupt Practices

Minister Premila Kumar said work was now underway to have processes done in municipal councils in a much more transp...

Miss Jewels Of The Pacific Pageant A First For Suva
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Miss Jewels Of The Pacific Pageant A First For Suva

Ms Waqa is urging Fijians to get their hands on tickets as soon as possible because the Adi Senikau pageant was alwa...

Water Woes In Labasa Communities
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Water Woes In Labasa Communities

More than 300 people live in the Vunika area. They were affected by the water shortage.

Ratu Kadavulevu School Students Receive Wooden Chests From Ministry Of Forestry
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Ratu Kadavulevu School Students Receive Wooden Chests From Ministry Of Forestry

Last week, after a tour of the school, Mr Bainimarama, who is a former Degei House boarder, directed the Fiji Correc...

Burnt Rubbish Irks Jittu Estate Resident
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Burnt Rubbish Irks Jittu Estate Resident

What has really infuriated Mr Chand is that someone in their neighbourhood has a habit of burning the rubbish that i...

Lautoka Market Vendors Support Plastic Ban
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Lautoka Market Vendors Support Plastic Ban

“In addition to the plastic ban, they should also get rid of diapers because if you look around in some communitie...

West Travellers Query Late Night Minibus Fares
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West Travellers Query Late Night Minibus Fares

The public urged to report unauthorised minibus fare increases to the LTA’s texting platform 582.

Minister Confirms New Nakasi Market Site
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Minister Confirms New Nakasi Market Site

“For the Nakasi Market, we are looking at the area at the back of RB Patel but talks are still going on.

Tailevu Chief Uses Seed Fund For Homestay Project At Raralevu
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Tailevu Chief Uses Seed Fund For Homestay Project At Raralevu

Tailevu chief Ratu Paula Halaiwalu will be using his ‘Seed Fund Grant’ to supplement his homestay business on hi...

Wailea, Vatuwaqa Residents Fear Possibility Of More House Fires At Settlement
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Wailea, Vatuwaqa Residents Fear Possibility Of More House Fires At Settlement

Residents are wary of the high possibility of more house fires at Wailea Settlement in Vatuwaqa, saying it makes the...

Tamavua Market Vendors Refuse To Follow Directive
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Tamavua Market Vendors Refuse To Follow Directive

Vendors have occupied the spot for seven years now and some made shanty looking stalls on the state’s road reserve...

Bus Terror: School Kids’ Vandalism
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Bus Terror: School Kids’ Vandalism

The Shore Buses company said so far this year they had incurred $60,000 in damage to its buses.

Maisamoa Dedicates Award To Rakiraki Market Vendors
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Maisamoa Dedicates Award To Rakiraki Market Vendors

She scooped the FMVA President’s award for her continued support in empowering women vendors at the market.

No Political Prosecutions In Fiji, Pryde Tells Human Rights Body
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No Political Prosecutions In Fiji, Pryde Tells Human Rights Body

Mr Pryde said that no one person or organisation was targeted during prosecution. He said it was the crime that was ...

Village Shop Benefits Villagers On Kia Island
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Village Shop Benefits Villagers On Kia Island

The Village of Ligau is one of the three villages on Kia Island in Macuata, which was twenty-four kilometres from th...

Two Killed After Twin Cab Tumbles Off Road
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Two Killed After Twin Cab Tumbles Off Road

A road accident has cost the lives of two men, who were among several passengers travelling inside a twin cab, which...

Mere Samisoni: Our Police Women Encouraged To Take Leadership Roles
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Mere Samisoni: Our Police Women Encouraged To Take Leadership Roles

Each one of you will be expected to do your bit to ensure during such times when crime is expected to spike because ...

Taxi Association Members Call On LTA To Revoke Permits
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Taxi Association Members Call On LTA To Revoke Permits

Fiji Taxi Association general secretary Ashwin Ashish Lal says there are discussions among members for the Land Tran...

PM: Hard Drugs, Alcohol Abuse a Major Concern for Fiji
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PM: Hard Drugs, Alcohol Abuse a Major Concern for Fiji

During the opening of the Drug and Alcohol Unit at St Giles Hospital yesterday Mr Bainimarama said it had been repor...

PM Pays Tribute To Dr Sitiveni Yanuyanutawa’s Selfless Work
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PM Pays Tribute To Dr Sitiveni Yanuyanutawa’s Selfless Work

Mr Bainimarama called for a minute’s silence before the opening of the Drug and Alcohol Unit at St Giles Hospital ...

Company: We’ll Reinstate Airline Tickets And Refund The Victims
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Company: We’ll Reinstate Airline Tickets And Refund The Victims

The company that has been caught in a recent web of alleged ticketing and visa scam says they intend to refund the m...

Clifton Road Residents Unhappy With Bus Service, LTA Responds
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Clifton Road Residents Unhappy With Bus Service, LTA Responds

Residents of Clifton Road in Valelevu, Nasinu, are not happy that the bus company that services the area is not maki...

Media, UNESCO Pioneer Jim Bentley Dies Aged 80
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Media, UNESCO Pioneer Jim Bentley Dies Aged 80

A Fijian who left a lasting legacy in media and communications training, education and development globally has died...

Woman, 65, Dies From Burns In Toorak
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Woman, 65, Dies From Burns In Toorak

Family will cremate body of the late Kritan Kaur today.

Council Looks At Plastic Bag Alternative
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Council Looks At Plastic Bag Alternative

Vendors have mixed feelings about the total ban of plastic bags from January next year.

Chinese Teachers To Boost Learning After Exams
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Chinese Teachers To Boost Learning After Exams

A visiting group of teachers from the Jiangsu Province in China will be indulging them in music, art, language, danc...

Blind School Ready For Disaster
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Blind School Ready For Disaster

In an event of a real Tsunami emergency, the Fiji Society for the Blind has 10 minutes to move 24 students, who are ...

78 Take Part In Rangoli Competition
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78 Take Part In Rangoli Competition

The Fiji Sevashram Sangha annual rangoli competition recorded the highest number of participants this year.

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