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"The completion has been delayed by almost four weeks because of some issues with Fiji Electricity Authority and redesigning of the cantilever," she said.
Syrian armed groups, some of whom are linked to Al-Qaeda, captured 43 UN peacekeepers on the Syrian side of the Golan Heights on Thursday and surrounded 81 others, the UN said.
Pio Tuwai attacks for Ba against Yasawa in their B Division match at Churchill Park in Lautoka yesterday.
Makereta Togitogi of Sawanivo Village in Ra, one of the areas where water sources are drying up.
Attorney-General and Minister for Public Enterprises Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum shares a light moment with staff members of Fiji Ports Corporation Ltd and Fiji Ships & Heavy Industries Ltd at Walu Bay, Suva yesterday.
President Ratu Epeli Nailatikau views some of the paintings during the Hilton Art Exhibition at the Playhouse in Suva on Wednesday.
Hailing the event as a success, FAA secretary Ajay Ballu said they were pleased to promote the sport outside of Viti Levu.
THE Fiji Sugar Corporation says the significant improvements in efficiency at mills in the Western Division could result in some changes over the next few years.
THE Commissioner Northern's Office is working closely with the Water Authority of Fiji to ration the distribution of water to certain areas in Labasa.
Biofuels International Fiji operations manager Timothy Gibbons Jr stands beside a burnt plant at their farm in Lekutu Bua.
National coach and trainer Mohammed Gharib with upcoming players Grace Rosi, Vienne Bale and Sally Yee at the table tennis camp held in Suva.
From left, Inosi Shankar, Seci 'Fly' Banuve, Volai Latu and Edward Shankar at their home in Caubati.
Police officers guard the Star Printery company premises during the printing of the ballot papers in Suva yesterday.
NATIONAL rep Sam Lee took out the Jacks of Fiji Nadi Open Championship title with an incredible 18 shot victory at the Nadi Airport Golf Club on Saturday.
Soldiers at the Queen Elizabeth Barrack in Nabua during their official welcome parade after one year peacekeeping stint at the Golan Heights.
'Ofa Masila the Acting Secretary Women's Affairs at the Ministry of Internal Affairs, who accompanied the women to Suva, said the most popular items sold were the beautiful ngatu or tapa cloths and the sets of handmade Tongan bags.
Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 02:50 am
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