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[19 Sep 2010 | No Comment | 1,210]

Saturday, September 18, 2010
Rumours Fill Fiji’s Information Void
by ABC Correspondent Bruce Hill
Bruce Hill recently spent a week in two entirely separate countries. Granted, both of them were called Fiji, but there the similarities ended.
One of these Fijis was relatively normal, albeit with military censors in the newsrooms and TV news bulletins containing brief, almost cryptic announcements that ordinarily would have been full news items with background information.
Ah but the other Fiji, the one that exists in that magical wonderland called rumour, now that was an altogether different experience! In …

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[11 Sep 2010 | No Comment | 1,167]

Thursday’s brutal fire in San Bruno was witnessed by millions all over the world.
Reports came in earlier that 50 homes were destroyed not forgetting the deaths and injuries. This evening 9/11 on TV ( Kron 4) it was  reported that only 37 houses were destroyed and some damaged. Can you believe that?
In event you had looked at the front page of “The Daily Review” of 9/11, in less than a block you can see at least 12 houses burnt to the ground. Now the fire was burning almost all night …

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[16 Aug 2010 | No Comment | 1,175]

Question:
1. Are obituary ads still free?
2. Can we send in our opinions?
Ruben, Seattle
Editor’s reply:
1. Yes, obituary ads if placed within two months are still free.
2. We encourage you to send in your opinion on subjects of importance. However publisher reserves the right to edit.

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[16 Aug 2010 | No Comment | 1,228]

Its good to see now we have a paper that not only brings the news to us but provides a forum to discuss educational matters.
Subjects such as Real Estate, Finance, Fiji’s and world historic events and would like to see it continued.
D. Singh, Sacramento

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[16 Aug 2010 | No Comment | 1,197]

Hats off to Fijiana Times on fair and unbiased reporting. I’m sure we all are following the development in Fiji and what seems to be an eventual demise of a paper choosing to be subjective.
For Fijiana Times, I personally would like to see more local news in the coming editions.
Arif, Hayward