From the Editor-in-Chief’s desk: Your March 26 briefing

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What a day it turned out to be here in the Western Division yesterday. The temperature gauge hit 36 Degrees Celsius at one stage. It was hot in Lautoka!

The big news on the front page of The Sunday Times for March 26 is about the number of civil servants in Fiji which has risen from 27,000 to 35,000 in the last six years, increasing the sector’s funding from $750million to $1.05billion.

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Letters to the editor

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Features and opinions

Your regular features and opinions are inside. Behind the News with John Kamea; Today in History: Discovering Fiji; Wedding Bells; Bollybaat; Food with Chef Lance Seeto.

Sports

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  • THE Highlanders shrugged off an extraordinary injury count to produce their best performance of the season against the Fijian Drua yesterday.

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WITHOUT proper jerseys the Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Dragons under-17 side is on their way to the semi-finals of the South-Eastern Zone Secondary Schools Rugby League Vodafone Trophy competition after cruising past Suva Sangam Raiders in the quarter-finals yesterday.

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  • THE EMS Post Fiji Tabadamu Blue walked away $6000 richer after winning the men’s cup final of its 2nd Fiji Bitter-sponsored tournament beating Rawaisa Taveuni at the Lawaqa Park in Sigatoka yesterday.

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