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NAUSORI Club player Jiten Prasad maintained his number one ranking after winning the Fiji Bitter National Snooker Rankings Championship in Suva last Sunday.
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Former Prime Minister, Mahendra Chaudhry's application in relation to his bail variation was granted by Suva High Court Judge, Justice Paul Madigan this morning.
Prime Minister, Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama stressed that the new constitution guarantees religious freedom for every Fijian to choose for themselves.
Concerns have been raised on the increasing number of streetlight vandalism which is becoming a costly situation for the Fiji Roads Authority.
Business Women of the Year award recipient, Vera Chute, right with workmates Monica Chute, left, and Hether Doonan during the Women in Business awards night at the Novotel Suva Lami Bay convention centre last night.
A MUSICIAN has voiced his support for the people of West Papua with the release of a song titled Rise Morning Star.
However, all players will have to attend the final trial next Saturday in Suva to showcase their potential to the national selectors.
Dudley church in Toorak, Suva. A Labasa church. Many others in towns and villages.
Businessman Benjamin Padarath was told by the Suva Magistrates Court yesterday to look for a new counsel so trial against him and Aseri Vakaloloma could proceed.
Makarita Maria, right, pictured with brother-in-law Jone Vatubuli, her two daughters Joana and Reapi Tawake and Ana Tukana at their home in Raiwasa.
Ministry of Health chief pediatrician Dr Joseph Kado addresses guests at the launch of the Rheumatic Heart Disease Campaign.
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Fiji's new army commander said Thursday that he wanted to end the Pacific nation's coup culture, but defended the military's role in ousting the last democratically-elected government in 2006.