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  1. Cruise liner in the cityRead the original story

    Saturday Mar 28 | Fiji Times

    Update: 4:43PM AS the country celebrated Palm Sunday today, the cruise liner Celebrity Solstice Valletta docked at the Suva wharf earlier this afternoon. Australian tourist Annie Williams said she had always heard about Fiji and this was her first time to set foot in the country.

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  2. Levuka dominates weightlifting eventRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 28 | Fiji Times

    From left: Mataina Tabua stands with gold medallist Maraia Moana from Levuka, silver medallist Lavenia Dilutu from Suva and bronze medallist Ulamila Ratuva from Levuka during the Fiji Games 75kg weightlifting category. Picture: KIMBERLEY SACHS LEVUKA dominated the weightlifting competition in the Fiji Games with their athletes making up 90 per cent of the athletes that took part.

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  3. FTUC, Govt welcome progress, timelinesRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 26 | Fijilive

    A Fijian man reportedly awaiting deportation is one of three people accused of assaulting a man at an immigration detention centre in Perth. Students who complete their certificate one courses now have the opportunity to progress to level two certificates and then university courses thereafter, thanks to the establishment of technical colleges.

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  4. Dugucagi leads Blues' attackRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Fiji Times

    RATU Josefata Dugucagi will spearhead Lautoka's strike force against Nadroga in the Galaxy Premier League at Govind Park in Ba on Saturday. "They will be tough to beat.

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  5. Free clinic for childrenRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Fiji Times

    A TEAM of medical experts from the Shriners Hospitals in Hawaii are in the country to provide free clinics for children with orthopaedic problems. The team of doctors have been visiting Fiji for the past 15 years on a voluntary basis conducting pediatric and orthopaedic clinics in Lautoka, Labasa and Suva.

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  6. Skal raises funds for Cyclone Pam victimsRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Fiji Times

    Update: 5:00PM THE Fiji chapter of international travel professionals organisation Skal is holding a Vanuatu fundraiser tomorrow evening at the Nadi Farmers Club.

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  7. Accidents land two in hospitalRead the original story

    Sunday Mar 22 | Fijilive

    Wallabies assistant coach Stephen Larkham has rated Tevita Kuridrani as the best centre in Australia and believes the Wallabies are fortunate to have him stay on for another two years. Defending champions, the Argentinean Pampas have progressed to the final round of the World Rugby Pacific Challenge after thumping Canada 36-15 in their final Pool A clash at the ANZ Stadium this afternoon.

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  8. Unanswered questions, the family waitsRead the original story

    Sunday Mar 22 | Fiji Times

    A KILOMETRE inside Malolo Transmitter Road in Nadi, is where three-year-old Malwi stands outside her home and waits for her big brother to return. Oblivious to the fact, that 'anna' Muni Shalit Reddy is no longer among the living.

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  9. FJFW promotes local trend, resort wearRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 | Fiji Times

    Models strut their stuff at the fashion show at Sofitel Fiji Resort & Spa Denarau in Nadi last year. FJFW managing director Ellen Whippy-Knight said they were trying to promote resort wear in Fiji because we are a tourist destination.

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  10. Japana s Pacific Islands Centre upbeat on island pr...Read the original story

    Thursday Mar 19 | Scoop

    Reiko Takada, the Tokyo-based Pacific Islands Centres Promotion Coordinator is pleasantly surprised at how effectively some Pacific Island companies are gearing up to meet the Japanese market. Reiko Takada, the Tokyo-based Pacific Islands Centre's Promotion Coordinator is pleasantly surprised at how effectively some Pacific Island companies are gearing up to meet the Japanese market.

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  11. Great opportunityRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 18 | Fiji Times

    The visiting Wellington Phoenix club which will tour the country in June as part of their pre-season campaign will be on the lookout for talents. At least they know we have untapped talent here and are using this opportunity to bolster their squad and ultimately, their campaign in the A-League.

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  12. Teenager to challenge music legendsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | Fiji Times

    RECITING tales from Hindi religious books through song has long been the domain of tambura bhajan masters armed with decades of experience tucked under their belt. Endless hours spent scouring through Hindu holy books such as the Ramayan and Mahabharata and reciting verses for months or years before going public is the norm.

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  13. Tourists escape cyclone threatRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 17 | Fiji Times

    TOURISTS who arrived on Monday on board the cruise liner MS Oosterdam were glad Fiji was spared the wrath of Severe Tropical Cyclone Pam. The visitors were whisked away to various resorts and attraction spots in Lautoka and Nadi when the cruise liner berthed at Lautoka Wharf.

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  14. Airline issues list of waivers for Vanuatu passengersRead the original story

    Sunday Mar 15 | Fiji Times

    Update: 3:38PM NATIONAL carrier Fiji Airways has set a list of waivers for customers who were affected during flight disruptions to Vanuatu last week. In a statement Fiji Airways announced that a supplementary flight, FJ261, has been organised for passengers this afternoon and will depart Nadi International Airport at 7.35pm.

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  15. Sports TourismRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 15 | Fiji Times

    Japan fans brave the windy conditions at the ANZ Stadium in Suva to watch their team playing against the Telecom Fiji Warrior on Saturday. Picture: JONACANI LALAKOBAU IT is a US$600 billion a year industry and as a nation Fiji has been trying to get a piece of this enormous cake.

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  16. Tourist ship strandedRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 15 | Fiji Times

    The Gotta-Go Fiji Mamanuca Cruiser first drifted towards Marine Drive on Friday evening and had to be pulled back repeatedly, said Captain Philip Hill, the Maritime Safety Authority of Fiji's Port Regulatory and Emergency Response manager. "There is no crew on board this vessel and our Lautoka office will be getting in touch with its owner," he said.

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  17. Tourist safety vitalRead the original story

    Friday Mar 13 | Fiji Times

    TWO cruise ships that were supposed to have arrived in Nadi this week bringing more than 2000 tourists cancelled travel to Fiji for safety reasons. As Severe Tropical Cyclone Pam moved closer to the country earlier this week, cruise ship operators re-routed ships as a precaution.

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  18. Direct medicine supply to save costsRead the original story

    Friday Mar 13 | Fijilive

    Of the 47 drowning victims in 2014, 77 per cent occurred during the cyclone season, prompting calls from the head of the Fijian Government Voreqe Bainimarama for everyone to take extra care during this period as the country is under threat from Tropical Cyclone Pam. All roads across the country remains open as Fiji Roads Authority put in place crews monitoring problem areas and attending to minor flooding issues as they arise.

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  19. Vanuatu students pray for familiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 12 | Fiji Times

    VANUATU students in Fiji are praying for the safety and security of their families as Tropical Cyclone Pam bears down on the small island nation. TC Pam is expected to be upgraded to a category 5 tropical cyclone by today and will be the biggest cyclone to hit Vanuatu since Cyclone Uma in 1987.

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  20. Sponsored The Honeymooners' Guide to Fiji: 10 Things to DoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 12 | Bride's Magazine

    With its secluded white-sand beaches and palm trees, exotic far-away Fiji is impossibly romantic and the perfect honeymoon destination . So what makes this island chain, located in the South Pacific , worth the day-long trip to get there? Read on to find out.

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