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  1. The 8th manRead the original story

    Thursday | Fiji Times

    IT was a moment of emotions and joy as the victorious Vodafone Fiji 7s team snailed-paced through the Capital City to the delight of thousands of cheering fans waiting at the roadsides, on top of buildings and even some climbed trees to catch a glimpse of their heroes. The whole country celebrated as the 7s gladiators returned home on Wednesday with the HSBC Sevens World Series and booking a ticket to the Rio Olympic Games.

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  2. Shipping servicesRead the original story

    Wednesday May 20 | Fiji Times

    SERVICES provided by Goundar Shipping have come under the spotlight with commuters claiming delayed travels with its inter-island vessel Lomaiviti Princess. Earlier this week, frustrated passengers on Taveuni, who contacted this newspaper, said they waited for more than six hours at the jetty.

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  3. Musicians rock awards nightRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Fiji Times

    Inoke Kalounisiga, better known as Knox, won four awards at the FPRA Music Awards held at the Grand Pacific Hotel on Saturday. Picture: JOVESA NAISUA Electrifying performances by the Redemption Singers, Via Ni Tebara, Ronald Jai and Takia were superseded by a young man who is fast making a name for himself in the local, regional and international music scene.

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  4. $4.5m facility open for yachtiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 17 | Fiji Times

    The Rhum-Ba crew are all excitement during the opening of the Port Denarau Yacht Club and Rhum-Ba in Nadi. Picture: BALJEET SINGH YACHTIES visiting Port Denarau Marina in Nadi are expected to increase in the next few years following the official opening of the marina's new $4.5million yacht club.

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  5. Plans for marinaRead the original story

    Sunday May 17 | Fiji Times

    THE future of Port Denarau in Nadi looks to only get better if developers are given the green light to turn the point of entry into a more diverse area. Owned by New Zealand-based Skeggs Group, the marina has been the country's main transit points for tourist vessels all year around.

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  6. Congestion 'a positive sign'Read the original story

    Saturday May 16 | Fiji Times

    ROAD congestions may be a positive indicator of a booming economy like Fiji but it is also a key challenge. Mr Cook said FRA and FBOA with key stakeholders should start working on rolling out an integrated sustainable transport system in light of the expected increase in congestion in years to come.

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  7. Application to withdraw chargesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | Fiji Times

    Former vice-chancellor of the Fiji National University Dr Ganesh Chand appeared at the High Court in Suva yesterday. He is seen here outside the courthouse.

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  8. ITaukei to deal with social problemsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | Fiji Times

    A man asks a question during the Ministry of iTaukei Affairs public consultation at Qauia Village in Lami on Tuesday night. Picture: SOLOMONE RABULU GOVERNMENT iTaukei institutions are hoping to put together ideas and solutions which could help solve the growing cases of teenage pregnancies, early school drop-outs, the abuse of marijuana and other related cases in iTaukei communities.

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

    Wednesday May 13 | 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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  10. Port Denarau awarded a International Marina of the ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 10 | Scoop

    FijiMay 11, 2015-Fijis Port Denarau Marina has been named the winner in the category of International Marina of the Year at the MIA Awards Dinner held on the Gold Coast in Australia. Fiji...May 11, 2015-Fiji's Port Denarau Marina has been named the winner in the category of 'International Marina of the Year' at the MIA Awards Dinner held on the Gold Coast in Australia.

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  11. The lion tamer from YasawaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 10 | Fiji Times

    Viliame Ratudradra, fourth from left with the Fiji 7s team. Others in the picture from left, Esala Labalaba, Iokimi Finau, Ilami Lutumailagi, Ratudradra, Rupeni Ravonu, Aliposo Waqailiti, Dominiko Manaseitava, Sainivalati Laulau, Paula Waisake.

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  12. David Pocock helping children with cancer to Walk On Walk StrongRead the original story

    Saturday May 9 | The RiotACT

    When Brumbies vice captain David Pocock took out man of the match following his team's win against the Highlanders last month, the charity he chose to receive a $500 donation was a cause close to a teammate's heart. Fellow teammate and Brumbies winger Henry Speight last year raised $30,000 for the charity by shaving his iconic afro , which until then hadn't seen a pair of clippers for two years.

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  13. Roadshow response delights US officialsRead the original story

    Saturday May 9 | Fiji Times

    VISA applications and education opportunities were among the most discussed topics during the US Embassy road show in Lautoka on Friday. Speaking to this newspaper, US ambassador to Fiji, Kiribati, Nauru, Tonga and Tuvalu Judith Beth Cefkin said the turnout for the event was wonderful.

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  14. Over NadiRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 6 | CNN

    Flying direct from Suva to Port Vila, over Nadi. For anyone who has been to Nadi, you will recognize Fiji's largest International Airports and newly developed areas for Fiji's Tourist town.

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  15. Richie McCaw and Simon Gault team up to help Injur...Read the original story

    Tuesday May 5 | Scoop

    Richie McCaw and Simon Gault are joining together to create a very special auction prize to assist Spinal injuries in the Pacific. Richie McCaw and Simon Gault are joining together to create a very special auction prize to assist Spinal injuries in the Pacific.

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  16. Students learn Korean culture and traditionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 5 | Fiji Times

    Korean tae kwon do students perform during the opening of the introduction to Korean culture and language workshop at the Fiji Museum. Picture: SOLOMONE RABULU WHILE the school holidays is generally a time to relax for students, some fortunate ones in Suva are using the opportunity to learn more of the Korean culture.

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  17. Trials invitation for U18 7s playersRead the original story

    Monday May 4 | Fiji Times

    Team manager Paula Biu said the standout players from the trials would be named in the U18 national training squad before the final 12-member side is selected for the September game. He said the second trials for players in the Central Division would be held at Buckhurst Park in Suva tomorrow.

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  18. Record 77,000 international travellers pass through Wellington airportRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 4 | Stuff.co.nz

    Grant Kerr, Head of Jetstar New Zealand , and Steve Sanderson, CEO Wellington Airport, at the announcement of the new direct flights from Wellington to the Gold Coast at Wellington Airport last year. And the airport is set to get even busier with a new direct service to Fiji, taking off next month.

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  19. 2 India showsRead the original story

    Friday May 1 | Fiji Times

    RENOWNED Bollywood film producer and music director Himesh Reshammiya is expected to stage two shows in the country for the first time next month. Reshammiya has been labelled as a multi-skilled star by many because he composes songs, writes scripts, sings and act in Hindi movies among other things. 1 comment

  20. Military helps trap stray dogsRead the original story

    Friday May 1 | Fiji Times

    THE Lautoka Residents and Ratepayers Association secured the services of personnel from the Republic of Fiji Military Forces to trap and transport stray dogs for neutering on Thursday. Association secretary Denise Gibson said two overseas-based vets - Drs Hugh and Holly Simon - and Animals Fiji helped with the process.

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