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  1. Navosa Central creates biggest upsetRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Fiji Times

    UNKNOWN Navosa Central created the biggest upset of the Coke Zero Deans Western Secondary Schools Rugby Union under-18 semi-final after beating Ratu Navula College 12-8 at Garvey Park yesterday. With the win Navosa Central created history by qualifying for the national quarter-finals for the first time and a chance to fight for the prestigious Deans Trophy.

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  2. Victory for BaRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Fiji Times

    BA hammered Labasa 6-1 to end the Rewa Galaxy Premier League on a high note at Govind Park yesterday. The final match of the NFL recorded a poor attendance with the fans staying away as the winner had already been decided.

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  3. Labasa wants to take 'Battle of the Giants' to the NorthRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Fiji Times

    Fiji FA president Rajesh Patel and Pranil Singh of CJ Patel after the BOG pool draws on Friday night. Picture: JOVESA NAISUA Labasa has been pooled with Rewa, Ba and Nadroga in Pool A while Lautoka, Tailevu Naitasiri, Nadi and Suva are grouped together in Pool B. "Both the pools are equally balanced and for us we will try our best to qualify for the semi-final," he said.

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  4. Tahiti team dominates Semi-Final...Read the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Samoa News

    The 2013 International Tennis Federation Pacific Oceania Junior Championships in Lautoka, Fiji, completed its Semi-Final games yesterday-Fiji Time. Due to Fiji being 23 hours ahead of American Samoa time, Samoa News was not able to retrieve the results of finals as of press time.

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  5. Free entry to game between Lautoka, OvalauRead the original story

    Friday | Fiji Times

    Lautoka does not have an enclosed rugby and football playing facility available at the moment because the main venue Churchill Park is undergoing major renovations. Lautoka Rugby Union played its home matches against Tailevu at Ratu Cakobau Park in Nausori, against Macuata in Nadi and against Naitasiri at Theodore Park in Vatukoula.

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  6. President awaits fateRead the original story

    Friday | Fiji Times

    THE Fiji Taxi Association will decide on the fate of suspended Lautoka Taxi Association president Mohammed Shameem once it has completed a nationwide consultation for taxidrivers on the Land Transport Industry report. "We have appointed an interim president for the Lautoka association and so far we haven't discussed Mr Shameem's fate," he said.

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  7. Bus company brings in environmental-friendly busRead the original story

    Friday | Fiji Times

    AS Government encourages local businesses to take up environmentally-friendly practices, a Lautoka-based bus company has embraced the concept of gas buses. Lautoka General Transport Company Ltd managing director Pyara Singh said they had purchased the first bus to operate solely on liquefied petroleum gas .

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  8. weekend drawsRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 2 | Fiji Times

    THE Punjas Lautoka Football Association local league will be played at the Nadovu Park on Sunday. 9am FC Tavakubu-Burning West, Natabua Strikers-Rifle Range; 10.45am Why Worry-ASPAP Sports, Saweni-Blacktown; 1pm City United-Andhra Sports, Service-Boomerang; 2.45pm Press-Vitogo Youth, Rivals-Banaras.

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  9. Tour plans for clubRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 2 | Fiji Times

    THE victorious Shine On Netball Club of Lautoka is planning on a month-long overseas tour at the end of this year. The club's co-ordinator Joji Lagi said they bagged the super premier, 15 & under and the 12 & under grades.

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  10. Congestion concernRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 2 | Fiji Times

    IN a bid to decrease traffic congestion in Lautoka, the city council is looking into plans to separate buses servicing express routes to destinations outside the city. A range of issues regarding traffic congestion in the city was brought to the fore by Lautoka residents during a meeting with the city council yesterday.

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  11. Controlling the strayRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Fiji Times

    THE Agriculture Ministry will bring in veterinarians from its Suva office to Lautoka to provide spaying and neutering services for cats and dogs in order to control the stray animal population in the city. During a meeting between stakeholders at the Lautoka City Council chambers yesterday, some ratepayers called for a long-term solution to the issue of stray dogs in the city.

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  12. Sugar warningRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Fiji Times

    TO survive in the long term, the Fiji Sugar Industry will have to prepare itself for competition at world market prices, says Sugar Ministry permanent secretary Parmesh Chand. Speaking to industry stakeholders during the start of the crushing season at the Lautoka mill yesterday, Mr Chand said Fiji sugar was sold domestically, regionally and exported to the rest of the world.

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  13. Umu to defend National Six Reds title in Nadi eventRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Fiji Times

    BILOLEVU Club member Viliame Umu will defend the Credit Corporation National Six Reds Championship at the Nadi Sports & Social Club at the end of this month. Billiards and Snooker Association vice president Rimal Narayan said they were negotiating with more sponsors in order to boost the prize pool.

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  14. Boost for Ba golfRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Fiji Times

    Mahen, who is the brother of Daven Gopal, a former South Pacific Games gold medalist, and multiple open winner, has sponsored tournaments at the Nadi Airport Golf Club and Lautoka Golf Club previously. Mahen said this sponsorship was in addition to the month medal competitions that his T&M Custom Cabinets and Store Fixtures Company supports in Ba.

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  15. Sports NotebookRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Fiji Times

    Saturday 04/06/15 Fiji FA Academy, Suva, 11.00am Rewa/Tailevu Naitasiri, 1.00pm Navua/Nasinu Sunday 05/06/15 Govind Park, Ba 11.00am Nadi/Lautoka, 1.00pm Ba/Nadroga INTERESTED players wishing to play in the Lautoka women's side are requested to attend training daily at Churchill Park ground two from 4.30pm. Contact Sere on 9916576.

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  16. Suva, Nadi unbeaten with five rounds to goRead the original story

    Monday Jun 29 | Fiji Times

    THE 2015 Skipper Cup Competition has reached halfway point in the season and only two teams remain unbeaten after the conclusion of six rounds. Suva and Nadi are the only two unbeaten sides left in the competition and sit high above in first and second place respectively.

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  17. WAF to replace water metersRead the original story

    Monday Jun 29 | Fiji Times

    Update: 11:50AM THE Water Authority of Fiji will replace water meters in some parts of Suva, Nadi, Lautoka and Labasa next month. WAF, in a statement says the meter replacement works are part of its scope of work to increase its service coverage through efficiency and accurate billing all over Fiji.

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  18. Few families remain in mining townRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | Fiji Times

    FOR residents both past and present, Vatukoula retains childhood memories and the awakening of youth. Its layout was unorthodox, with several communities set apart by ethnic makeup and varying privileges but closely bound by a maze of narrow roads and social activities.

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  19. Ajesh upsets Nitesh in snookerRead the original story

    Sunday Jun 28 | Fiji Times

    AJESH Chand upset favourite Nitesh Chand 2-1 during the final of the North West Billiards and Snooker Association Six Reds tournament at the Lautoka Club yesterday. Ajesh, the Life Insurance Corporation of India sales agent, proved to be the surprise package of the tournament claiming wins against quality opponents.

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  20. Quarters finish for SenibuaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | Fiji Times

    Marist's Ana Seniloli spikes against Vatuwaqa in the women's final of the Marist Volleyball Tournament on Saturday. Picture: ATU RASEA The Lautoka-based team featured in the Marist volleyball tourney quarter-finals yesterday, with this year being only their second appearance.

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