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Who Can Be Called Fijian?
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Who Can Be Called Fijian?

Fijian is simply the adjective pertaining to the noun ‘Fiji’ and like other such adjectives (eg: ‘German’), ...

Commission Faces More Questions on Ruling
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Commission Faces More Questions on Ruling

The FijiFirst Party has questioned the rationale behind the Electoral Commission’s decision in respect to their ca...

A Tale of Two Parties
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A Tale of Two Parties

(Professor Satendra Nandan is a former parliamentarian and cabinet minister in Fiji. He’s currently writing a book...

Election on Target, Says Saneem
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Election on Target, Says Saneem

The Supervisor of Elections, Mohammed Saneem, says the court case over a row with the Electoral Commission will not ...

EU Observers Here on ‘Our Terms’
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EU Observers Here on ‘Our Terms’

Attorney-General and Minister Responsible for Elections Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum yesterday confirmed that three European ...

Festival Helps Society
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Festival Helps Society

Vodafone Fiji strongly believes that as a business, the objective is to make money, earn profit and help society. Th...

Lifelong Rebel With a Cause
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Lifelong Rebel With a Cause

Shamima Ali saw injustice among her family at an early age After a busy morning speaking at a violence prevention fo...

Valentine Fulfils a Promise
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Valentine Fulfils a Promise

Josh Alexis Valentine, 30, did not join the 2014 Vodafone Fiji Hibiscus to win but to pay tribute to a friend who di...

Contestants Get Hands Dirty
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Contestants Get Hands Dirty

Although the Vodafone Fiji Hibiscus Festival ended on Saturday work for some contestants did not stop there. At Albe...

Business Boom at Festival
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Business Boom at Festival

There was a sense of satisfaction in the air from stall owners as the 2014 Vodafone Hibiscus Festival closed last Sa...

Police: More Officers on the Beat
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Police: More Officers on the Beat

Police officers in Labasa will step up their presence during the 2014 Vodafone Fiji Festival of the Friendly North. ...

Good Turnout Pleases BSP
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Good Turnout Pleases BSP

Blood donors were at the Bank South Pacific Labasa Branch last Friday to donate blood. The drive, organised by the M...

Sydney Fijians Greet PM
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Sydney Fijians Greet PM

More than 400 Hindu devotees gave a standing ovation and a very warm welcome to Fiji Prime Minster Voreqe Bainimaram...

A-G Welcomes Poll Ruling
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A-G Welcomes Poll Ruling

The High Court in Suva has confirmed that the Supervisor of Elections is not required to follow the directives of th...

Dancing the Night Away
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Dancing the Night Away

FijiFirst supporters in Sydney were joined by the Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama and his wife, Mary, on Saturday ...

Bainimarama, Bishop Discuss Way Forward
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Bainimarama, Bishop Discuss Way Forward

Prime Minster Voreqe Bainimarama yesterday met with Australian Foreign Affairs Minister, Julie Bishop, “to discuss...

General Asks for Cibi
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General Asks for Cibi

United Nations Disengagement Observer Force commander Lieutenant-General Iqbal Singh left his headquarters impressed...

Canadian And French Forces Bound For Noumea
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Canadian And French Forces Bound For Noumea

Nadi International Airport had two unusual visitors yesterday – a Canadian military aircraft and a French mili...

Burning Sun Blazes Friendly North Opening
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Burning Sun Blazes Friendly North Opening

Hundreds of people braved the hot sun to witness the opening of the 2014 Vodafone Festival of the Friendly North yes...

Racism – A Recurring Scourge of Fiji
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Racism – A Recurring Scourge of Fiji

Since the dissolution of the Great Council of Chiefs (GCC) in 2007 by the Bainimarama Government those of and from t...

Poll Rule Today
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Poll Rule Today

The High Court in Suva will decide on a case between the Electoral Commission and Supervisor of Elections Mohammed S...

What about lowering retirement age to 50?
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What about lowering retirement age to 50?

While the current public service retirement age is 55, some political parties have pledged to increase it to 60 to r...

FijiFirst Responds to Objections
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FijiFirst Responds to Objections

The FijiFirst party general secretary Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum has clarified that he and party candidate Mereseini Vuniwa...

Apostles Church Want Christian State in Law
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Apostles Church Want Christian State in Law

The Apostles Gospel Outreach Fellowship International Church says it has always wanted Fiji to become a Christian st...

War on kava
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War on kava

The consumption of grog or kava is the Number One enemy of the Methodist Church in Fiji, says Reverend Dr Jovili Meo...

Police Launch Death Probe
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Police Launch Death Probe

The Fiji Police Force has launched a criminal investigation into the death of robbery suspect Vilikesa Soko who pass...

2 Die in Sigatoka Road Mishap
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2 Die in Sigatoka Road Mishap

Two people died yesterday after the vehicle they were travelling in veered off the road at Sigatoka Valley yesterday...

New Lawyers Challenged
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New Lawyers Challenged

Thirty-seven lawyers, who were admitted to the Bar in the High Court in Suva yesterday, were told that their knowled...

Farm Boy Joins Bar
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Farm Boy Joins Bar

Growing up in the sugarcane belt of Kumkum in Ba, Ritesh Singh never imagined that he would become a lawyer one day....

Passenger hurt in bus stoning
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Passenger hurt in bus stoning

Police are looking for people who threw stones at three buses while they were travelling along the Queens Road at Ka...

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