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Shape Up, Police Told
Fiji Sun

Fiji police unsure where confusion over permits lies

Fiji police say they do not know who got the law wrong when it came to issuing permits for opposition meetings. The SODELPA Party was poised to defy a requirement for permits to meet with their constituents, considering it as its basic right to ... Radio New Zealand, 1 week ago
Shape Up, Police Told Fiji Sun, 4 weeks ago
Police arrest two in weekend operation Fijilive.com, 1 month ago

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Radio New Zealand, 1 month ago

Wrong Connection

A seemingly well-connected Asian businessperson based in New Zealand had partnered with a group in Fiji to invest. Mickey Bird has been reliably informed that the group had paid individual shares. Likewise the Asian businessperson. However, ...
 Fiji Sun1 week ago
Fiji Sun

Fiji PM: Wrong For NZ To Dangle Funding For Forum

Bainimarama: Inducement attempt an indication of poor relationship WELLINGTON, New Zealand (Radio New Zealand International, April 15, 2015) The Prime Minister of Fiji says it is not right to dangle funding as an inducement to keep New ...
 Pacific Islands Report1 month ago Aust, NZ Media Wrong: Ratu Inoke  Fiji Sun1 month ago Discovering The Stunning Fiji Islands  BBM1 month ago

Fiji First says opposition is wrong on funding claims

Fiji's ruling Fiji First Party says the opposition is incorrect to claim they are treated badly when it comes to funding their offices and staff. All parties are allocated funding of $15,000 per MP. But opposition spokesman Mick Beddoes says FFP ...
 ABC Radio Australia1 month ago Fiji opposition overreaching on committee powers  ABC Radio Australia2 months ago
Fiji Sun

EDITORIAL: Milk Scheme A Fiji First And Regional Leader

The naysayers were proved wrong once again yesterday. Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama launched the free milk for Year One students scheme with a bonus as well. Our Government is leading the region in providing all Year One students free milk ...
 Fiji Sun2 months ago

Iran's nuclear threat

Bob Carr is wrong on Iran (Iran deal by far the safest option, 25/4). The former foreign minister presented his case to allow Iran to reach a nuclear threshold by withholding some vital facts that significantly diminish his arguments. First, in his ...
 The Australian1 month ago

Students take safety precautions when partying

Students on the dance floor at Phi Gamma Delta annual FIJI Islander venue party at The Yost in Santa Ana April 3. Photo by Rachel Fechser. She had intended for it to be a fun night: nothing too special, just going out to a bar with a friend. But ...
 Individual.com1 month ago
9News.com.au

Recalling ambassador to Indonesia 'wrong'

As Australia's ambassador to Indonesia heads home in protest over the execution of two Australians, former ambassadors to Jakarta say the government has taken the wrong approach. John McCarthy, who served in Jakarta from 1997-2000, says Australia ...
 Special Broadcasting Service3 weeks ago Former ambassadors say recalling ambassador from Indonesia 'wrong'  9News.com.au3 weeks ago What Justice and Mercy Demand: A Plea to Indonesia for the Lives of Two Australians  ABC Online1 month ago
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Gulf Times

Caddie aims to keep even Masters keel, with bad ankle

Vijay Singh (right) of Fiji speaks with his caddie, Cayce Kerr, before a putt on the second hole during the first round of the Masters Golf Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club on Thursday. (AFP) Reuters/Augusta When Vijay Singh ...
 Gulf Times1 month ago FEATURE-Golf-Caddie aims to keep even Masters keel, with bad ankle  Reuters India1 month ago Golf-Caddie aims to keep even Masters keel, with bad ankle  Yahoo! News1 month ago Singh's caddie aims to keep even Masters keel, with bad ankle  Reuters India1 month ago
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Fiji Broadcasting Corporation

Players gaining momentum

16:18 Today Taken from/By: Report by: Rohit Deo/Indra Singh The players in the Vodafone Fiji Under 20 camp have been jellying in well ahead of the FIFA World Cup which starts in New Zealand this Saturday. Assistant coach, Shalen Lal says ...
 Fiji Broadcasting Corporation20 hours ago Farina happy with Nairube's form  Fiji Broadcasting Corporation1 week ago
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