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FM96 SportLight – Look Out For These Girls In The 100m Inter-Girls

Written by on 29 April 2024

The 100m race is arguably one of the most anticipated events at the Coca-Cola games. There’s nothing that can pump you up quite like spectating this particular race. With the Coca-Cola games around the corner, there are a few notable student-athletes to look out for. In particular the Intermediate Girls 100m event. This year, the […]

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FM96 Sport Light – Look Out For Jale Raikatalau At The 2024 Coca-Cola Games

Written by on 25 April 2024

With the Coca-Cola Games coming up, anticipation is at an all-time high. Student-athletes have been training hard in order to achieve maximum fitness in hopes of attaining a medal at the school competition.   Jale Raikatalau is a prime example of this. Hailing from the village of Sawakasa in Tailevu, Jale had won a gold […]

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Country Bans Dance Music That Is Either Too Fast Or Too Slow.

Written by on 20 April 2024

The Russian Republic of Chechnya recently banned Russian dance music deemed either too fast or too slow, in a bizarre attempt to fight the Western “pollution” of its conservative values. Musa Dadayev, Chechnya’s Minister of Culture, recently put out a statement that effectively criminalizes most modern dance music genres that are typically played in clubs […]

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How To Get Permission From Your Parents

Written by on 17 April 2024

We’ve all been there – wanting to do something that requires our parents’ permission. Whether it’s going on a school trip, attending a party, or pursuing a new hobby, getting the green light from mom and dad can sometimes feel like a challenge. Especially since the Coca-Cola games are around the corner. But fear not! […]

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The Go2 Excuse Person.

Written by on 13 April 2024

When it comes to your friends, there will always be that one person who is there to bail you out of anything and everything. That one person who your parents see as a good influence but in truth is the total opposite of what they see them as. It could be a friend, a sibling […]

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