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Fiji Times removes link to “Bainimarama, Hosanna granted bail”…… The only report locally is removed.

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Bainimarama, Hosanna granted bail

Fiji Times
Update: 11:54AM MELI Bainimarama and wife Hosanna Bainimarama have been granted bail by the Suva Magistrates Court this morning. Both appeared at the …
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5 thoughts on “Fiji Times removes link to “Bainimarama, Hosanna granted bail”…… The only report locally is removed.

  1. There was a caught order initiated by none other than the DPP citing some legislation that names of domestic violence victims should not be publicized. Yeah right, particularly if it involves one of Papa Pig’s piglets.

  2. The Sun were going to run a story how it was all Hosanna’s fault. They claim that Hosanna kept attacking Meli’s fist with her face.

  3. Film Fiji has a new Chief Executive Officer.

    In a statement, Film Fiji said Dallas Foon has held a number of senior management posts in Fiji including the General Manager of Strategic Planning for Fiji Airways and the General Manager for Rooster Poultry.

    Foon whose appointment is effective from next Monday said he will work closely with the board in the development of the audio visual industry, importantly the creation of opportunities for Fijians opting to develop their career in the movie industry.

    The appointment was made in consultation with the Minister for Industry and Trade Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum.

    Film Fiji also thanked Florence Swamy for her service as acting CEO.

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