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Workers in essential industries will soon be able to directly join trade unions
People working in essential industries will soon be able to join trade unions or continue with their current collective bargaining units. Under the Essential National Industries Decree, any and all office-bearers, officers, representatives, executives and members of a union which represent workers ...
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  • Super Rugby
  • Galaxy Premier League
  • Skipper Cup
  • Round 16: Bye - Blues
    Date
    Time
    Home
    Score
    Away
    Fri 29 May
    7.35pm
    Crusaders
    vs
    Hurricanes
    Fri 29 May
    9.40pm
    Brumbies
    vs
    Bulls
    Sat 30 May
    5.10am
    Sharks
    vs
    Rebels
    Sat 30 May
    7.35pm
    Highlanders
    vs
    Chiefs
    Sat 30 May
    9.40pm
    Force
    vs
    Reds
    Sun 30 May
    3.05am
    Stormers
    vs
    Cheetahs
    Sun 30 May
    5.10am
    Lions
    vs
    Waratahs
  • Round 11
    Date
    Time
    Home
    Score
    Away
    Fri 29 May
    7:00pm
    Nadroga
    vs
    Suva
    Sun 31 May
    1:00pm
    Nadi
    vs
    T/Naitasiri
    Sun 31 May
    3:00pm
    Rewa
    vs
    Suva
    Sun 31 May
    3:00pm
    Lautoka
    vs
    Labasa
  • Round 2
    Date
    Time
    Home
    Score
    Away
    Fri 29 May
    6:30pm
    Nadi
    vs
    Naitasiri
    Sat 30 May
    3:00pm
    Lautoka
    vs
    Tailevu
    Sat 30 May
    3:00pm
    Nadroga
    vs
    Vatukoula
    Sat 30 May
    3:00pm
    Northland
    vs
    Suva
    Sat 30 May
    3:00pm
    Tavua
    vs
    Ovalau
    Sat 30 May
    3:00pm
    Macuata
    vs
    Namosi
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No confirmation on overseas based players being part of Nadroga outfit
There is no formal confirmation on whether some overseas based players will be playing for Nadroga in the Skipper Cup competition this weekend. Nadroga Rugby Union President ...
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