From the Editor-in-Chief’s desk: Your July 4 briefing

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The big one on the front page of The Fiji Times’ edition for Monday, July 4 is on politics.

Political party leaders are calling on the Government to immediately address the fuel price hike issue and offered suggestions on how the State could do it.

Headlines

Here are some headlines that made The Fiji Times.

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– FIJI has been one of the hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic and the Ukraine-Russia war because of its reliance on tourism, says Australian National University Economics Professor, Stephen Howes.

– GOVERNMENT has paid off the loans of about 600 sugarcane farmers in the North who would have received “marginal to zero cane payment after deductions”, said Sugar Cane Growers Fund CEO Raj Sharma.

– SOME residents who live along Farm Road outside Nakasi are forced to walk up to 2km from the main road because of poor road conditions.

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– RESIDENTS of the Nabua Muslim League settlement want to know why businesses continue to sell glue to under-aged children when they are fully aware of how it will be used.

– FIJIAN media executive Makereta Komai has been appointed by the Commonwealth to be one of the observers for the elections in Papua New Guinea.

SPORTS

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BA thrashed Suva 3-0 in the 11th round of the Digicel Premier League at Ratu Cakobau Park in Nausori yesterday.

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VODAFONE Flying Fijians prop Mesake Doge believes the inclusion of the Swire Shipping Fijian Drua team in the Super Rugby Pacific competition is a breath of fresh air for Fijian rugby.

MORE INSIDE

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