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    Fiji goes to the polls today in the second democratic election since a 2006 military coup
     14 November 2018
    While the Pacific island nation has made strides away from its troubled political history, which saw the military overthrow four governments in the space of two decades, today's general election sees two former coup leaders vying for the prime ministershi
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    The Ministry of Justice says it's doing its best to minimise the impact of strike action
    13 Nov: The Ministry of Justice says it's doing its best to minimise the impact of strike action... more
    The new chair of an Independent Inquiry into Canterbury's earthquake commission says it's a chance for people to talk
    13 Nov: The new chair of an Independent Inquiry into Canterbury's earthquake commission says it's a chance for people to talk... more
    Dame Silvia Cartwright will lead the public inquiry into EQC
    13 Nov: Dame Silvia Cartwright will lead the public inquiry into EQC... more
    Businesses are coping fine with the teachers' strike, because they've had so much practice at it
    13 Nov: Businesses are coping fine with the teachers' strike, because they've had so much practice at it... more
    Fiji to hold pivotal national election as it attempts to shake off reputation as 'coup-prone state'
    13 Nov: Fiji is set to hold its second general election since the 2006 coup led by Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama who has led the country ever since. Given the country's coup legacy, there are lingering concerns about what could happen if the election results d... more
    Horowhenua District Council's been told to apologise to Mayor Michael Feyen and four others for blocking their emails for six years
    12 Nov: Horowhenua District Council's been told to apologise to Mayor Michael Feyen and four others for blocking their emails for six years... more
    Police have welcomed the findings of the Wally Haumaha report
    12 Nov: Police have welcomed the findings of the Wally Haumaha report... more
    Fourteen thousand ACC boxing claims in three years, along with three known deaths has some people worried, but not one expert
    12 Nov: Fourteen thousand ACC boxing claims in three years, along with three known deaths has some people worried, but not one expert... more
    Primary teachers say it's not all about pay, as they prepare to picket in Auckland this morning
    12 Nov: Primary teachers say it's not all about pay, as they prepare to picket in Auckland this morning... more

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