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CORRECTIONS

The Editor
Thursday, June 12, 2014

AN article in the Wednesday June 11 edition of The Fiji Times, titled "Court requests A-G, HRC to attend next release hearing" incorrectly stated

Apete Kaisau was detained indefinitely at St Giles Hospital after being found innocent of murder by reason of insanity. This was incorrect. Mr Kaisau was found not guilty of murder by reason of insanity. We apologise for the error and any inconvenience caused.

ON Page 13 of yesterday's edition, Naselai Village landowners' spokesman Peni Taganekurukuru was quoted saying the four-lane road development

behind the airport will be on State-owned land. Mr Taganekurukuru has clarified that the four-lane road development behind the airport would not

be on State-owned land as it belonged to other landowning units. The error is regretted.








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