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THE Copyright Enforcement Unit has called again for all in Fiji to pay honest money for music in the country.
A COMMENDABLE show of support from the business community was displayed on Saturday night at the Accor hotel group's Cure Kids Fiji fundraiser in Nadi.
National Federation Party leader Professor Biman Prasad has called on the Prime Minister, Rear Admiral Voreqe Bainimarama, to "stop lumping NFP with other political parties", saying he should talk about the parties and the people who were with him.
New Zealan grandmother Joyce Bradnam has been coming to Fiji for the past 30 years and fallen in love with the sharks in the famous Beqa passage, where the predators of the deep are hand-fed.
Students and teachers of Burenitu Primary School with their prizes after the race at Korovuto College in Nadi on Saturday.
All wrapped up ... One-year-old Annette Meo was geared up for the cold weather as she joined her sister, Laisa Meo, 17, and family for lunch at the Laucala foreshore yesterday.
NFP leader Professor Biman Prasad explains a point to some youths who attended a youth political rally in Samabula yesterday.
Some of the Hibiscus Princesses attending their first public outing at the Fiji Club in Suva yesterday.
THE Kamal Swamy-coached Nadi side maintained its second placing in the Fiji Sun/Skipper Tuna National Football League after beating Navua 3-0 at Prince Charles Park yesterday.
The Vatukoula forwards win this lineout against Suva during their Skipper Cup clash at Albert Park in Suva yesterday.
Upgrade work carried out by the Water Authority of Fiji in the West this week can lead to a disruption in water supply.
A TOTAL of 403 households were installed with solar panels in the Western Division last year and seven communities from the region were successfully supplied with electricity under the rural electrification scheme.
THE Ministry of Education's robust move in implementing numerous policies has got school managers talking about the challenges they faced.
This was revealed by Ministry of Provincial Development permanent secretary Alifereti Filipe during a recent interview in Labasa, saying government spent about $4m for Cyclone Thomas while about $2m was spent on housing relief program on Vanua Levu alone.
Fiji Red Cross Society manager programs Salanieta Toganivalu Lesuma, left, director general Filipe Nainoca and QBE Insurance Fiji general manager Matthew Kearns and colleagues at the partnership signing in Suva yesterday.
Staff nurse Natasha Chetty takes the pressure and sugar levels of Mei Mili Tikoi during a workshop at Sea Breeze Hotel in Lautoka.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 07:52 am
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