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Shayal Devi
Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Police investigate

INVESTIGATIONS into a walkout by Sheraton workers from two Starwood properties on Denarau in Nadi on New Year's Eve are ongoing. This was confirmed by police spokeswoman Ana Naisoro who said no one else apart from the six who appeared in court had been charged. The Labour Ministry described the walkout as an illegal strike.

Still on the run

SIGATOKA businessman Eliki Suka remains on the run. West police media officer Naina Ragigia said a $1000 reward was still available for anyone who came forward with information that would lead to the capture of the 65-year-old. Mr Suka is believed to have information on a fire that broke out at the Natavora Music Bar and Restaurant last month.





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