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    3000 Students Get Help From FENC

3000 Students Get Help From FENC

About 3000 students were as­sisted by the Foundation for the Education of Needy Children (FENC Fiji) this year. FENC Fiji is a non-political, non-profit, and voluntary organisation with a mission

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    Community Members Bond During Clean-Up Drive

Community Members Bond During Clean-Up Drive

Residents of Wainadoi between Lami and Navua took the ini­tiative to build better community spirit by holding a clean-up drive in their area on Saturday. Apart from allowing members of

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    Bank Helps Needy Children With School Packs BSP, FENC

Bank Helps Needy Children With School Packs BSP, FENC

A voluntary, non-profit organ­isation claims more than 10 per cent of Fiji’s children aged five to 14 years do not attend school. The Foundation for the Education of Needy Children

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    Nausori, Tailevu South  And Delta Residents Face Water Disruptions

Nausori, Tailevu South And Delta Residents Face Water Disruptions

Residents living along the Nausori, Dilku­sha, Tailevu South and the Rewa delta can expect water disruptions tomorrow morning. The Water Authority of Fiji has advised its domes­tic customers to store

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    Church Builds $40K Kindy For Village

Church Builds $40K Kindy For Village

A church has answered the prayers of Tamavua villag­ers by building a $40,000 kindergarten. The kindergarten, funded by the Jesus City Church of Auckland, New Zealand, was officially opened yesterday

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    Record Shows Decline In Calls For Counselling

Record Shows Decline In Calls For Counselling

Lifeline Fiji received a total of 1607 calls in 2018 which showed a decline from the 2017 records. Supervisor of Lifeline Fiji, Anaseini Boila said that in 2017 they received

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    Doctor Advises Children On Dangers Of Indulging In Drugs

Doctor Advises Children On Dangers Of Indulging In Drugs

Permanent Secre­tary for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation Dr Josefa Koroivueta. has advised children on the effects of new drug practices emerg­ing in Fiji. The new practices include syringes (nee­dles)

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    Ministry Takes Quick Action In Clearing Bridge Debris

Ministry Takes Quick Action In Clearing Bridge Debris

A team from the Ministry of Waterways and Environ­ment took quick action clearing the Qauia Bridge from debris which had collected under the bridge as a result of heavy rain

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    Takape Opens Cycling Business To Help Reduce Pollution, Traffic

Takape Opens Cycling Business To Help Reduce Pollution, Traffic

In a bid to avoid traffic and re­duce air pollution, Eroni Taka­pe has encouraged people to cy­cle to work and school. Having received $7000 from the Fiji Ministry of Youth

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Sapkal, Friendship Forum Share Messages Of Values With Children

  Sapkal, Friendship Forum Share Messages Of Values With Children

Christmas teaches us to have respect and forgiveness for others says Vishvas Sapkal. The Indian High Commissioner along with members

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Reddy Announces Waterways Works Plan

  Reddy Announces Waterways Works Plan

The Ministry of Waterways and Environment has set a work plan for the 2019, saying the focus will be to

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Ministry, Police Note Decline In Suicide Cases

  Ministry, Police Note Decline In Suicide Cases

Campaigning and awareness pro­grammes help in re­ducing suicide cases in Fiji this year. This was revealed by the Minister for

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Early Christmas Gifts For Child Patients

  Early Christmas Gifts For Child Patients

Children admitted at the Colonial War Memorial (CWM) Hospital in Suva got a special treat when they received early Christmas

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Robert Completes Engineering Degree Thanks To Fijian Hospitality

  Robert Completes Engineering  Degree Thanks To Fijian Hospitality

Aetrian Robert from Vanuatu said the peo­ple of Fiji made her feel at home because of their friendliness and entertain­ment.

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Graduate Praises Fiji Airways For Attachement Opportunity

  Graduate Praises Fiji Airways For Attachement Opportunity

Doing an attachment at Fiji Airways has been one of the happiest events for Fiji National University graduate Vili­maina Kuta

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Wife Thanks Hubby For Endless Support

  Wife Thanks Hubby  For Endless Support

I would not have graduated today, if it weren’t for my husband support­ing all the way, says Fiji National University

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‘My Parents Smiling From Heaven’

  ‘My Parents Smiling From Heaven’

  Repeka Maramasiri Mataira­vula believes her parents would be smiling with pride from Heaven in seeing her gradu­ate. The 23-year-old

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This One’s For You Daddy, Says Naqiolevu

  This One’s For You Daddy, Says Naqiolevu

Graduate Leba Mere Naqiole­vu dedicated her academic achievement to her late fa­ther, Taniela Naqiolevu. The 27-year-old on Friday gradu­ated with

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Chand First in Family to Graduate From Uni

  Chand First in Family to Graduate From Uni

Bijendra Chand scores a first in the family after graduat­ing on Friday with a bach­elor’s degree in education from the

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‘We’re here to protect Oceania region’

  ‘We’re here to protect Oceania region’

The United States Coast Guard Cutter Munro is here on a mission – to pro­tect the Pacific Ocean and its

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Graduate Stayed Away From Family To Pass Her Diploma

  Graduate Stayed Away From Family To Pass Her Diploma

Iliana Kacia Turagabeci said yesterday she had to stay away from her fam­ily to complete her diploma programme. It was

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Graduate Credits Her Grandfather As Her Source Of Inspiration

  Graduate Credits Her Grandfather As Her Source Of Inspiration

A Fiji National University graduate says her grandfather has been a great source of inspiration. Thirty-one-year-old Titilia Soli adds that

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‘We Can No Longer Afford To Let Our Women Fishers Remain Invisible’

  ‘We Can No Longer Afford To Let Our Women Fishers Remain Invisible’

Women in Fiji, are increasingly moving away from traditionally defined areas of fisheries partici­pation and are taking on commercial and

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Family To Buy Land To Remember Daughter Who Died On Road

  Family To Buy Land To Remember Daughter Who Died On Road

A family who lost their daughter in a car accident and have received compensation as a result plan to buy

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Bhangra Workout At Singh’s Fitness Centre

  Bhangra Workout At Singh’s  Fitness Centre

In this era, women can do anything. Women run governments, women are in business, women run a family, so why

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Flagstaff Plaza Houses New Police Post

  Flagstaff Plaza Houses New Police Post

Friday provided another momentous achievement for the Fiji Police Force with the Police Commissioner open­ing the Police Post at the

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Samuela One Step Closer To Make His Dreams Come True

  Samuela One Step Closer To Make His Dreams Come True

Samuela Levaci was among the happiest of the Australia Pacific Training Coalition (APTC) graduates because he got an opportunity to

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Graduate Ready to Help Special Students

  Graduate Ready to Help Special Students

Australia Pacific Training Coalition graduate Priya Priyanka Dutt dedi­cates her success to her students at Hilton Special School. The 27-year-old

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34 Students In Primary And College Graduate

  34 Students In Primary And College Graduate

Parents were in awe on Thurs­day after seeing their respec­tive children graduating from the Dayspring Christian Pri­mary School and Dayspring

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