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Regime wants to appeal VAT judgment No. 1040; 27 August 2001
CJ hits out at Judge No. 1039; 27 August 2001
Major problems with elections No. 1038; 27 August 2001
Labour wins VAT case No. 1037; 27 August 2001
No Indian has right to become PM - Qarase No. 1036; 24 August 2001
Chaudhry hits out at fear tactic No. 1035; 24 August 2001
UN worried over voter intimidation No. 1034; 24 August 2001
34 candidates on travel black ban No. 1033; 23 August 2001
Businessman warns Fiji of corruption No. 1032; 23 August 2001
Baba in more trouble over drugs No. 1031; 23 August 2001
Elections about democracy and justice - Chaudhry No. 1030; 22 August 2001
10 more on terrorism charges No. 1029; 22 August 2001
FT says Labour win assured No. 1028; 21 August 2001
Feds cry foul on terrorist finance document No. 1027; 21 August 2001
Commonwealth to decide on credibility of elections No. 1026; 21 August 2001
Labour's support rising  No. 1025; 20 August 2001
UK Democracy group praises Labour's land plan No. 1024; 20 August 2001
$9m scam linked to hardware fire No. 1023; 20 August 2001
Coup perpetrators must pay - Madraiwiwi No. 1022; 17 August 2001
Democracy needed for good tax laws - judge No. 1021; 17 August 2001
Hostages were to be executed - terrorist No. 1020; 16 August 2001
Military shoots drug leader No. 1019; 16 August 2001
Bombs, arms found in Suva No. 1018; 15 August 2001
GCC Chairman endorses Labour's LUC No. 1017; 15 August 2001
Another $9 m scam under Qarase  No. 1016; 14 August 2001
NFP lies over Qarase deal exposed No. 1015; 14 August 2001
Baba's gang to sue FT/TV on conman finance story No. 1014; 13 August 2001
Coup perpetrators must pay - NGOs No. 1013; 13 August 2001
Unionist threatened No. 1012; 13 August 2001
Savua failed - police officers No. 1011; 11 August 2001
Buses seized No. 1010; 11 August 2001
Qarase in trouble over state money No. 1009; 10 August 2001
Baba in trouble over fraudulent money No. 1008; 10 August 2001
Labour weeded out public finance mess No. 1007; 9 August 2001
Labour senator's film on Aust TV No. 1006; 8 August 2001
NFP is crude, cheap, mischeavous No. 1005; 8 August 2001
Chaudhry explains Baba expulsion  No. 1004; 7 August 2001
Labour manifesto online No. 1003; 6 August 2001
Vote buying continues No. 1002; 4 August 2001
Massive corruption racket No. 1001; 4 August 2001
Chaudhry to be PM if Labour wins No. 1000; 3 August 2001
Economy best under Labour Government No. 999; 3 August 2001
Coup instigators motivated by greed No. 998; 3 August 2001
Indigenous Rights protected No. 997; 3 August 2001
Ex-Spy confirms police misled Government No. 996; 3 August 2001
Post calls on Baba to reveal plot No. 995; 2 August 2001
Baba playing the race card No. 994; 2 August 2001
Tora threatens again No. 993; 2 August 2001
Farmers Union buys land for evictees No. 992; 2 August 2001
Rush for state appointments No. 991; 1 August 2001
Fear tactic resorted to in  election race No. 990; 1 August 2001
Post condemns terrorists in election race No. 989; 31 July 2001
SVT members were in Speight cabinet No. 988; 31 July 2001
Vote Buying Continues No. 987; 31 July 2001
Labour assures ethnic Fijian landowners No. 986; 30 July 2001
Remove Savua, Temo - Labour No. 985; 30 July 2001
Shameless abuse of public funds No. 984; 30 July 2001
Respect electoral outcome - Labour No. 983; 30 July 2001
Labour launches manifesto today No. 982; 28 July 2001
Constitution team overspends No. 981; 28 July 2001
VAT case heard No. 980; 28 July 2001
Foreign nation, businessmen supported terrorists No. 979; 27 July 2001
Terrorists asks for forgiveness No. 978; 27 July 2001
Terrorists again ordered detained No. 977; 27 July 2001
Police deny Scott tapes were pornographic No. 976; 26 July 2001
Qarase wanted two salaries No. 975; 26 July 2001
Terrorist freed to file election nomination No. 974; 26 July 2001
Nomination day for elections today No. 973; 26 July 2001
Police Commissioner breaks law No. 972; 25 July 2001
Labour line-up for August Election No. 971; 25 July 2001
SVT mobilised mobs No. 970; 25 July 2001
Coup not in name of indigenous rights No. 969; 25 July 2001
Are Manifestos just a Promise or Genuine Concern No. 968; 24 July 2001
NFP and SVT are similar, says Makutu No. 967; 24 July 2001
Military demanded senior positions No. 966; 24 July 2001
Kanailagi against Constitution No. 965; 24 July 2001
Military threatened President Iloilo No. 964; 23 July 2001
Election candidates with terrorists connection No. 963; 21 July 2001
NFP appoints second leader within a week No. 962; 21 July 2001
Poverty degrades the individual - Senator No. 961; 21 July 2001
Vote for Honesty, calls Adi Kuini No. 960; 20 July 2001
People' right to choose their Government No. 959; 20 July 2001
Rabuka decides not to contest No. 958; 20 July 2001
Policemen charged for robbery No. 957; 20 July 2001
Labour will poll well - journalist No. 956; 20 July 2001
Accept the election result, says Commonwealth Envoy No. 955; 19 July 2001
President disbands CRC No. 954; 19 July 2001
Chaudhry calls for respect for election result No. 953; 19 July 2001
NFP again leaderless No. 952; 18 July 2001
54 International observers for election No. 951; 18 July 2001
Methodist head wants Qarase to lead No. 950; 18 July 2001
Qarase refuses to resign No. 949; 17 July 2001
Qarase gives $0.5m to refugees No. 948; 17 July 2001
Naidu freed No. 947; 17 July 2001
Free hot dogs fail to get voters No. 946; 16 July 2001
Pickering joins NFP for cabinet post No. 945; 16 July 2001
NFP has 4 leaders in 2 years No. 944; 16 July 2001
Landowner demands votes No. 943; 14 July 2001
Terrorist chief barred from entering NZ, Aus  No. 942; 14 July 2001
Military cleanup necessary - ex commander No. 941; 14 July 2001
One year since release of hostages No. 940; 13 July 2001
Dr. Bhagat Ram passes away No. 939; 13 July 2001
Terrorists want immunity No. 938; 13 July 2001
Fiji's embassies refuse to register voters No. 937; 13 July 2001
Elections confirmed No. 936; 13 July 2001
Judges should stick to law, not politics - FT No. 935; 12 July 2001
Media rubbishes Scott judgment No. 934; 12 July 2001
Scott decision draws criticism No. 933; 12 July 2001
Scott decides against Constitution No. 932; 12 July 2001
$2.5m on vote buying spree No. 931; 10 July 2001
Aust lawyer says terrorist is a patriot No. 930; 10 July 2001
Police Commissioner on gay bashing trail No. 929; 10 July 2001
Ali sues regime No. 928; 10 July 2001
Garment manufacturer admits financing terrorists No. 927; 9 July 2001
Qarase - Methodist Church deal corrupt No. 926; 9 July 2001
Qarase Minister attacks Qarase No. 925; 9 July 2001
Paper calls for army cleanup No. 924; 7 July 2001
Senior soldiers named as coup conspirators No. 923; 7 July 2001
Union marks 2nd anniversary of strike No. 922; 7 July 2001
Tarakinikini encouraged terrorists No. 921; 6 July 2001
Mutiny plan serious No. 920; 6 July 2001
Former NFP leader hits out at NFP No. 919; 6 July 2001
Rugby man wants democracy in Fiji No. 918; 6 July 2001
Disturbances not over - Rabuka No. 917; 5 July 2001
President determined to ignore court ruling No. 916; 5 July 2001
Regime, police, businessman condemn murder reporting No. 915; 5 July 2001
Regime embarraces Fiji by tied aid No. 914; 5 July 2001
Qarase extorting money from businessmen No. 913; 4 July 2001
NFP should admit truth - Chaudhry No. 912; 4 July 2001
Qarase condemns Mara, Rabuka leadership No. 911; 4 July 2001
Transparency International's intransparency No. 910; 4 July 2001
One down, two to go - report No. 909; 4 July 2001
Labour files writ over reimposition of VAT No. 908; 3 July 2001
Workers demand political party positions No. 907; 3 July 2001
Terrorist plans fundraising trip to Australia, NZ No. 906; 3 July 2001
Scott was threatened by terrorists No. 905; 3 July 2001
Get rid of Chaudhry - NFP says No. 904; 2 July 2001
Tora threatens voters No. 903; 2 July 2001
Law and Order Worry No. 902; 2 July 2001
Red Cross boss hacked to death No. 901; 2 July 2001
FLP wants Baba investigated No. 900; 30 June 2001
Investment racket exposed No. 899; 29 June 2001
Regime throws spanner in Constitutional case No. 898; 29 June 2001
Transparency International endorses Qarases squandering No. 897; 29 June 2001
Reduce wages to $1/hr - businessmen No. 896; 29 June 2001
Regime blames Australia for medical problems No. 895; 28 June 2001
Political parties concerned at missing ballot boxes No. 894; 28 June 2001
Australia praises Constitution No. 893; 28 June 2001
Apology to Boyd No. 892; 28 June 2001
Another jewellery shop raided No. 891; 27 June 2001
Refugees establish political party No. 890; 27 June 2001
Gujarati Samaj hits at rotten potatoes No. 889; 27 June 2001
$62, 000 for Cakanauto by businessmen No. 888; 27 June 2001
Investigate Gujarati Businessmen - Commerce Chamber No. 887; 26 June 2001
Public Service head corrupt - Union No. 886; 26 June 2001
Fiji must accept election results - Australia No. 885; 26 June 2001
Qarase not legitimate - terrorists, Magistrate No. 884; 26 June 2001
Terrorists, Magistrate turn court into a circus No. 883; 26 June 2001
Information Ministry in treasonous conduct No. 882; 25 June 2001
Elections not likely in August - Diplomat No. 881; 25 June 2001
Fiji Times again stirring racial tension No. 880; 25 June 2001
Academics criticism of regime endorsed No. 879; 23 June 2001
CCF deregistered; will sue regime No. 878; 23 June 2001
Military confirms reports of unrest No. 877; 23 June 2001
Mutiny Speculation No. 876; 22 June 2001
Labour hits at Commerce Chamber No. 875; 22 June 2001
Conman Naidu released on bail No. 874; 22 June 2001
Pacific Islands affected by Fiji's terrorism No. 873; 21 June 2001
Regime hires terrorist No. 872; 21 June 2001
Naidu complains about mosquitoes, curry No. 871; 21 June 2001
Qarase breaches laws; state lawyers quiet No. 870; 21 June 2001
10 Businessmen under investigation No. 869; 20 June 2001
Military blames police for release of terrorists No. 868; 20 June 2001
Another garment factory closes No. 867; 20 June 2001
Qarase should be investigated No. 866; 20 June 2001
Businesses, media, NFP slam investigation call No. 865; 19 June 2001
30% of medics have left Fiji No. 864; 19 June 2001
Regime. NLTB up in arms No. 863; 19 June 2001
Indians to be 2nd class citizens - Qarase No. 862; 19 June 2001
Labour Party stands by principles No. 861; 18 June 2001
Big business, defeated politicians, some chiefs responsible No. 860; 18 June 2001
$1m to get rid of Chaudhry govt - businessman No. 859; 18 June 2001
Court stops constitution commission again No. 858; 16 June 2001
Regime attempts to gag University No. 857; 16 June 2001
Military sitting on time bomb No. 856; 15 June 2001
Leave Seruvakula alone - report No. 855; 15 June 2001
Military officers assisted terrorists No. 854; 15 June 2001
Tarakinikini, Vatu, Baledrokadroka involved No. 853; 15 June 2001
Corruption rising under Qarase No. 852; 14 June 2001
Terrorist's lawyer charged No. 851; 14 June 2001
Electoral rolls online No. 850; 14 June 2001
Navin Naidu in police custody No. 849; 13 June 2001
Nationalise land, says Maori No. 848; 13 June 2001
Ethnic Indians don't control economy No. 847; 13 June 2001
Jail for burning friend's kiosk No. 846; 13 June 2001
Speights want trial in provincial court No. 845; 13 June 2001
Rabuka and Cakobaus under probe No. 844; 13 June 2001
UN team in Fiji to report on election No. 843; 12 June 2001
Chief charged with mutiny related offence No. 842; 12 June 2001
Treason case adjourned for another month No. 841; 12 June 2001
Navin Naidu a fraud No. 840; 12 June 2001
SVT government was corrupt No. 839; 11 June 2001
Police-Military on warpath No. 838; 11 June 2001
Purge in the judiciary No. 837; 11 June 2001
Mystery surrounds Navin Naidu No. 836; 9 June 2001
Qarase corrupt - Speed No. 835; 9 June 2001
Cane Council defies standing order No. 834; 9 June 2001
Cane Farmers reps boycott meeting No. 833; 8 June 2001
Qarase double talk; hits Indian businessmen No. 832; 8 June 2001
No fear over indigenous rights - Speed No. 831; 8 June 2001
CJ's contempt for judicial independence No. 830; 7 June 2001
Qarase makes deal with NFP No. 829; 7 June 2001
Methodist Church supported terrorists No. 828; 7 June 2001
Terrorists hire Indian American lawyer No. 827; 6 June 2001
Soldier arrested for being armed in public No. 826; 6 June 2001
Police, prosecution negligence continues No. 825; 6 June 2001
Sugar chief entertains Qarase's racism No. 824; 5 June 2001
Violent robbers being bailed out No. 823; 5 June 2001
Constitution protects indigenous rights - Chaudhry No. 822; 5 June 2001
NFP joins indigenous Fijian rights bandwagon No. 821; 4 June 2001
Regime, Sami okay NLTA No. 820; 4 June 2001
Chaudhry most competent - Speed No. 819; 4 June 2001
Qarase on taxpayer funded campaign trip No. 818; 4 June 2001
The Treason Charge No. 817; 1 June 2001
Canadian Committee protests Fatiaki funding No. 816; 1 June 2001
Foreign observers for election No. 815; 1 June 2001
Terrorists planned to blow up banks, ships No. 814; 31 May 2001
SVT says Constitution Review must stop No. 813; 31 May 2001
Cakaudrove in the red No. 812; 31 May 2001
Qarase defies chiefs No. 811; 31 May 2001
Regime pressurises Auditor-General No. 810; 30 May 2001
Speight's legacy - jobless Fijians, crime prostitution No. 809; 30 May 2001
Justice Movement wants $100,000 for evicted farmers No. 808; 30 May 2001
Terrorists affect Uni decision making No. 807; 30 May 2001
Methodist Church endorses racial politics No. 806; 30 May 2001
Speight case begins today No. 805; 29 May 2001
Savua blames stress for murder No. 804; 29 May 2001
Tarakinikini case still open No. 803; 29 May 2001
Qarase launches party; no shortage of money No. 802; 29 May 2001
Another uprising likely No. 801; 28 May 2001
Rabuka defends terrorist financier No. 800; 28 May 2001
10 more terrorists freed No. 799; 26 May 2001
Civil service purge No. 798; 26 May 2001
Qarase under investigation for fraud No. 797; 25 May 2001
More terrorists likely to be freed No. 796; 25 May 2001
Qarase hits out at NLTB No. 795; 25 May 2001
Union under threat No. 794; 24 May 2001
Fijian Holdings denies financing terrorists, SDL No. 793; 24 May 2001
NLTB head owes govt money No. 792; 24 May 2001
Rabuka elected chairman of Cakaudrove Council No. 791; 24 May 2001
CCF case back to CJ No. 790; 24 May 2001
Female hostages were sexually harassed  No. 789; 23 May 2001
Canadian govt funds disgraced judge  No. 788; 23 May 2001
NZ wants terrorists brought to justice  No. 787; 23 May 2001
Indigenous rights politicians not concerned for poor Fijians No. 786; 23 May 2001
Military, police asked to accept election results No. 785; 22 May 2001
Democracy, justice are sources of conflict - military No. 784; 22 May 2001
NLTB wants control over public lands No. 783; 22 May 2001
Perils of residential leases exposed further No. 782; 22 May 2001
FLP files writ on Constitution Review No. 781; 21 May 2001
$12m Qarase era loan write-off questioned No. 780; 21 May 2001
Speight's men inside the army No. 779-b; 19 May 2001
Military investigates its own lawyer No. 779; 19 May 2001
$10 fine for terrorists No. 778; 19 May 2001
19 May 2001 No. 777; 19 May 2001
Indigenous rights used as an excuse for power grab No. 776; 18 May 2001
A year of pain and suffering No. 775; 18 May 2001
Nation was full of promise - Chaudhry No. 774; 18 May 2001
Qarase's party financed by Fijian Holdings Ltd No. 773; 18 May 2001
Samanunu cleared No. 772; 18 May 2001
Another roadblock No. 771; 17 May 2001
President's Office defends Fatiaki No. 770; 17 May 2001
Speight wrote a letter to defend Savua No. 769; 17 May 2001
Threat of terrorist uprising still exists - military No. 768; 16 May 2001
Foreign election monitors to prevent rigging No. 767; 16 May 2001
NZ to give $700, 000 for elections No. 766; 16 May 2001
Majority judges stood by 1997 Constitution No. 765; 15 May 2001
Judge in hot water No. 764; 15 May 2001
Military weapons were released on orders from top No. 763; 15 May 2001
Arson in Ah Koy fire No. 762; 15 May 2001
Another film by FLP Senator premieres today No. 761; 15 May 2001
Fiji like Zimbabawe, Cambodia, Gambia - report No. 760; 15 May 2001
Role of military questioned No. 759; 14 May 2001
14 years since 1st military coup - today No. 758; 14 May 2001
Muttu Swamy no more No. 757; 13 May 2001
Qarase dishes out another $4,000 No. 756; 13 May 2001
Rabuka wanted to be PM or Army Commander No. 755; 13 May 2001
USP academics infatuated with ethnic unity No. 754; 12 May 2001
Methodist Church criticised for politics No. 753; 12 May 2001
Military made deals with terrorist soldiers No. 752; 12 May 2001
Terrorist - soldier rearrested No. 751; 12 May 2001
Qarase is misguided - Paper No. 750; 11 May 2001
Ah Koy company in trouble No. 749; 11 May 2001
Coups are embarrassment - ex soldier No. 748; 11 May 2001
3 more investigated for terrorism No. 747; 11 May 2001
Qarase represents greed, corruption, racism, lawlessness - Speed No. 746; 10 May 2001
Times condemns overturning of farmers' will No. 745; 10 May 2001
Regime appoints defeated candidates No. 744; 10 May 2001
Financial sector loses confidence in law and order  No. 743; 9 May 2001
Sevesevu to terrorists was authorised by military commander  No. 742; 9 May 2001
More abuse of funds by Qarase revealed No. 741; 9 May 2001
CRW terrorist to be freed No. 740; 8 May 2001
Armed robbery in Suva No. 739; 8 May 2001
Judge refuses to disqualify himself for bias No. 738; 8 May 2001
Irregularities mar cane elections No. 737; 8 May 2001
Financial abuses continue under Qarase No. 736; 8 May 2001
NFU wins sugar cane elections No. 735; 7 May 2001
Military shoots villager No. 734; 7 May 2001
Qarase to free terrorists No. 733; 7 May 2001
CCF office ransacked No. 732; 7 May 2001
Guns used in armed robbery No. 731; 7 May 2001
Samanunu to be cleared No. 730; 3 May 2001
Observers express doubts over August election No. 729; 3 May 2001
Qarase continues to distribute cash No. 728; 3 May 2001
Alleged coup financier in financial trouble No. 727; 3 May 2001
Amnesty No. 726; 3 May 2001
Chiefs reject pro-terrorist demands No. 725; 2 May 2001
SVT wants Ratu Mara investigated No. 724; 2 May 2001
Paper calls for Waqanisau sacking No. 723; 2 May 2001
Waqanisau supported terrorists - CRW No. 722; 2 May 2001
Seruvakula report not found in President's Office No. 721; 2 May 2001
President's Office calls Mara's statements "wild" No. 720; 2 May 2001
Regime defies Court Order; reappoints CRC No. 719; 1 May 2001
Police says it was investigating Police Commissioner No. 718; 1 May 2001
Intelligence reports were deliberately withheld No. 717; 1 May 2001
Chiefs ask military to apologise to Mara No. 716; 1 May 2001
Coup plotters still in the army No. 715; 30 Apr 2001
Chaudhry one of the best, says Mara No. 714; 30 Apr 2001
Rabuka, Savua involved - Mara No. 713; 30 Apr 2001
Province doesnt want to learn about Constitution No. 712; 29 Apr 2001
Qarase operates slush fund No. 711; 29 Apr 2001
Ah Koy properties for sale No. 710; 28 Apr 2001
Police Commissioner leads attack on Seruvakula No. 709; 28 Apr 2001
Education Commission intentions subverted by regime No. 708; 28 Apr 2001
Corruption deal involving Qarase exposed No. 707; 27 Apr 2001
Public funds used for SVT - report confirms No. 706; 27 Apr 2001
Regime gives ethnic Fijians $ to buy personal items No. 705; 27 Apr 2001
GCC meets today No. 704; 26 Apr 2001
NLTB manager has 2,000 ac property No. 703; 26 Apr 2001
Public pressure on police to investigate coup plotters No. 702; 26 Apr 2001
Aust Uni in trouble over questionable land deal No. 701; 25 Apr 2001
Police corruption highlighted No. 700; 25 Apr 2001
Rivalry over traditional office No. 699; 25 Apr 2001
Columnist reveals more coup plotters No. 698; 24 Apr 2001
Coup plotters still free-says militaryman No. 697; 24 Apr 2001
Another corruption case withdrawn No. 696; 24 Apr 2001
CCF defends its registration No. 695; 24 Apr 2001
Regime plans another contempt of court No. 694; 23 Apr 2001
Regime directs that CCF be deregistered No. 693; 23 Apr 2001
Minister condemns Qarase's Blueprint No. 692; 21 Apr 2001
CJ given ultimatum No. 691; 21 Apr 2001
Newspaper condemns racism; wants terrorists prosecuted No. 690; 20 Apr 2001
Cash handouts lead to corruption - Ratu Mara No. 689; 20 Apr 2001
Another roadblock No. 688; 20 Apr 2001
Evidence points to Rabuka, Savua as coup leaders No. 687; 19 Apr 2001
Speight treason case in Suva today No. 686; 19 Apr 2001
Ethnic unity polarises nation - Beddoes No. 685; 18 Apr 2001
Qarase's Blueprint Condemned No. 684; 18 Apr 2001
Supremacist ideology promoted by the corrupt No. 683; 17 Apr 2001
Good leaders are not allowed to perform - PM No. 682; 17 Apr 2001
More revelations on attempted coup plot No. 681; 16 Apr 2001
No drugs; mortuaries overflowing No. 680; 16 Apr 2001
Cane farmers face election No. 679; 13 Apr 2001
Rabuka destroyed the army - soldier No. 678; 13 Apr 2001
Ah Koy properties on mortgagee sale No. 677; 12 Apr 2001
Qarase told to resign No. 676; 12 Apr 2001
No ethnic Indian accepted Qarase's offer No. 675; 12 Apr 2001
Politicised judges ban lawyers No. 674; 12 Apr 2001
Prominent politicians, businessmen behind terrorists - militaryman No. 673; 11 Apr 2001
Military knew of terrorist plans - soldier No. 672; 11 Apr 2001
Bus strike is a professional blackmail - paper No. 671; 11 Apr 2001
ACP-EU calls for lasting land solution No. 670; 11 Apr 2001
13 more schools face NLTB incited closure No. 669; 10 Apr 2001
USP slates current leaders, bureaucrats No. 668; 10 Apr 2001
NLTB demands condemned No. 667; 10 Apr 2001
3 coup plotters named by columnist No. 666; 9 Apr 2001
NFP attacks pro-democracy groups No. 665; 9 Apr 2001
Regime insistent on changing laws No. 664; 8 Apr 2001
More Terrorists freed; reporters charges dropped No. 663; 7 Apr 2001
Law Society calls for CJ's resignation No. 662; 7 Apr 2001
Terrorists can not bring about ethnic Fijian unity - GCC No. 661; 6 Apr 2001
Bus Operator on strike No. 660; 6 Apr 2001
Regime monitors democracy group No. 659; 6 Apr 2001
Qarase's Constitutional Commissioner quits  No. 658; 5 Apr 2001
Terrorist supporters form new party; claim SVT supported terrorists  No. 657; 5 Apr 2001
NLTB keeps changing demands  No. 656; 5 Apr 2001
NLTB demands tenants dont join unions  No. 655; 4 Apr 2001
FCGA happy with reduction of resettlement grant No. 654; 4 Apr 2001
Regime uses taxpayer funds for political purposes  No. 653; 4 Apr 2001
Fiji is shutting down; timber company closes No. 652; 3 Apr 2001
School dropout rate worries regime  No. 651; 3 Apr 2001
$m project shelved; confidence continues to plummet No. 650; 3 Apr 2001
Extortion demands rise; NLTB demands its cut No. 649; 2 Apr 2001
Regime behind extortion, evictions No. 648; 2 Apr 2001
CCF should be supported - Democracy Movement No. 647; 1 Apr 2001
Tuivaga urged to support Gates No. 646; 1 Apr 2001
Businessman calls for investigations of coup financiers No. 645; 31 Mar 2001
Politicised Churches take anti-Christ stand No. 644; 31 Mar 2001
PANU rubbishes Qarase's Blueprint No. 643; 30 Mar 2001
160 Naitasiri families get state funded toilets No. 642; 30 Mar 2001
PSC reveals Samanunu inquiry team No. 641; 30 Mar 2001
Pardon call a ploy by conspirators - paper No. 640; 29 Mar 2001
Military denies pardon report No. 639; 29 Mar 2001
39% pass for FAB scholarships No. 638; 29 Mar 2001
NLTB involved in extortion No. 637; 29 Mar 2001
Military rejects pardon calls No. 636; 28 Mar 2001
SVT wants terrorists pardoned No. 635; 28 Mar 2001
CJ says he can order judges No. 634; 28 Mar 2001
Another school taken over No. 633; 28 Mar 2001
Prosecutions Office bungles up another high profile case No. 632; 27 Mar 2001
Another armed robbery; violent crime the norm No. 631; 27 Mar 2001
Regime resorts to threats again No. 630; 27 Mar 2001
NFP turns blind eye to Constitutional breaches No. 629; 26 Mar 2001
Banks tighten screws No. 628; 26 Mar 2001
Commerce chamber expresses concern at sliding economy No. 627; 25 Mar 2001
Constitutional case filed No. 626; 24 Mar 2001
Only 8% Native leases renewed in North No. 625; 24 Mar 2001
More terrorists freed; conspiracy No. 624; 24 Mar 2001
Another Constitutional case to be file today No. 623; 23 Mar 2001
Fiji is a violent nation No. 622; 23 Mar 2001
US Govt condemns Qarase gang No. 621; 22 Mar 2001
Banks cease lending to native land farmers No. 620; 22 Mar 2001
Regime's lawyer calls for reconvening of Parliament  No. 619; 22 Mar 2001
Collapse of judiciary and law & order No. 618; 22 Mar 2001
10 months now and police still investigating Seniloli, Tora, Kubuabola No. 617; 22 Mar 2001
Police Commissioner investigating victims No. 616; 22 Mar 2001
$80 fine for terrorist roadblockers No. 615; 22 Mar 2001
Commonwealth retains its Envoy No. 614; 22 Mar 2001
Commonwealth sanctions Fiji; NZ wants Parliament convened  No. 613; 21 Mar 2001
NLTB frustration with landowners  No. 612; 21 Mar 2001
German foundation closes Fiji office No. 611; 21 Mar 2001
Water problems for cities  No. 610; 21 Mar 2001
President was not advised by govt lawyers  No. 609; 21 Mar 2001
Racist programs are unconstitutional No. 608; 21 Mar 2001
Employment decline reaches 20,000 No. 607; 21 Mar 2001
Economy continues slide as Qarase continues squandering public funds No. 606; 20 Mar 2001
Qarase manufactures & manipulates racial tension, says Speed No. 605; 20 Mar 2001
Qarase is power-hungry, lawless and dishonest, says CCF No. 604; 20 Mar 2001
Momoedonu appointment called patronage and nepotism No. 603; 20 Mar 2001
GCC likely to meet again No. 602; 19 Mar 2001
Newspaper slates Qarase for perverting law No. 601; 19 Mar 2001
Ravuvu of CRC says he will defy court order No. 600; 19 Mar 2001
Regime defends Unconstitutional acts No. 599; 18 Mar 2001
Newspaper withdraws Qarase endorsement calling him power hungry No. 598; 18 Mar 2001
Dishonourable intentions, says PM No. 597; 17 Mar 2001
Its the same cabinet, Regime rejects Courts decision  No. 596; 17 Mar 2001
Qarase says he will stay on & fight next election No. 595; 17 Mar 2001
Radio Fiji retracts prosecution report No. 594; 17 Mar 2001
Military denies FT report; threatens reporter No. 593; 16 Mar 2001
Nation in deeper constitutional crisis No. 592; 16 Mar 2001
Momoedonu resigns; Iloilo dissolves Parliament and reappoints Qarase No. 591; 15 Mar 2001
Ah Koy Company major rate defaulter   No. 590; 15 Mar 2001
Construction industry has collapsed No. 589; 15 Mar 2001
Attempted dismissal of PM is unconstitutional No. 588; 15 Mar 2001
UN, Commonwealth should ensure democracy in Fiji - PM No. 587; 15 Mar 2001
Fiji Indians made scapegoats of past govts' failures No. 586; 15 Mar 2001
Aust Labour Party stands firm for democracy No. 585; 15 Mar 2001
President defies Constitution No. 584; 14 Mar 2001
State treason lawyers want direction from President No. 583; 14 Mar 2001
GCC refutes claims that it wants Qarase to continue No. 582; 14 Mar 2001
Another factory stops production No. 581; 14 Mar 2001
Unionist threatened by businessman No. 581; 14 Mar 2001
Confusion surrounds Chiefs decisions No. 579; 14 Mar 2001
Chiefs defy Constitution; appoint President No. 578; 14 Mar 2001
Regime continues to hold office; slams Punja No. 577; 13 Mar 2001
Factory closures looms, garment industry may collapse No. 576; 13 Mar 2001
Commonwealth wants 1997 Constitution No. 575; 13 Mar 2001
High chief and top soldier ordered mutiny No. 574; 12 Mar 2001
Qarase engages private lawyers No. 573; 12 Mar 2001
Another example of business twisting state arms No. 572; 10 Mar 2001
NLTB lawyers advice: reject court decision No. 571; 10 Mar 2001
More businesses close No. 570; 10 Mar 2001
GCC postpones meeting No. 569; 9 Mar 2001
Chiefs in heated discussion No. 568; 9 Mar 2001
UN confirms Tarakinikini appointment No. 567; 9 Mar 2001
Sir Paul denies FT report No. 566; 8 Mar 2001
GCC replaces Rabuka No. 565; 8 Mar 2001
PM advices to dissolve Parliament No. 564; 8 Mar 2001
SVT wants constitution abrogated No. 563; 8 Mar 2001
GCC meeting starts today No. 562; 8 Mar 2001
Another garment factory to close No. 561; 7 Mar 2001
Evicted farmers without assistance; NLTB lawyers meeting for constitution abrogation  No. 560; 7 Mar 2001
Uncertainty over Qarase regime No. 559; 7 Mar 2001
Fiji may lose peacekeeping job if regime defies court decision No. 558; 6 Mar 2001
Australian sanctions to stay until regime quits No. 557; 6 Mar 2001
PNG welcomes court decision No. 556; 6 Mar 2001
Regime admits it can not make decisions No. 555; 6 Mar 2001
Baba taken in by Police No. 554; 6 Mar 2001
Appeal decision online No. 553; 5 Mar 2001
Military denies Fiji Times story; FT inciting violence No. 552; 5 Mar 2001
Another factory lays off workers; tourism concern No. 551; 5 Mar 2001
PCG writes to President No. 550; 5 Mar 2001
PM says priority is Fiji's future No. 549; 5 Mar 2001
Constitution requires GCC to consult PM No. 548; 4 Mar 2001
Chaudhry still PM, say legal experts No. 547; 4 Mar 2001
Fiji Times says military doesnt want Chaudhry and his gang No. 546; 4 Mar 2001
Military calls for respect for Appeal decision No. 545; 3 Mar 2001
Ultra-nationalists reject Appeal outcome No. 544; 3 Mar 2001
Qarase blasts other nations No. 543; 2 Mar 2001
Jo Singh, Lodhia, Fiji Times not too pleased No. 542; 2 Mar 2001
Amnesty International, Democracy Committess pleased No. 541; 2 Mar 2001
Australian Labour Party applauds decision No. 540; 2 Mar 2001
UK, US hail decision No. 539; 2 Mar 2001
NZ, Aust pleased with decision No. 538; 2 Mar 2001
Nation welcomes Appeal decision No. 537; 2 Mar 2001
Qarase set to defy court ruling No. 536; 2 Mar 2001
Qarase regime failed in its burden of proof of its legitimacy No. 535; 1 Mar 2001
REGIME'S APPEAL DISMISSED; 1997 CONSTITUTION STILL LAW No. 534; 1 Mar 2001
Police Commissioner meddles in Politics No. 533; 1 Mar 2001
Tourism industry loses $250m No. 532; 1 Mar 2001
More garment factories to close No. 531; 1 Mar 2001
Regime concedes 58 families are refugees No. 530; 1 Mar 2001
Prominent people on list of terrorist supporters No. 529; 1 Mar 2001

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