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Cakaudrove is one of fourteen provinces of Fiji, and one of three based principally on the northern island of Vanua Levu, occupying the south-eastern third of the island and including the nearby islands of Taveuni, Rabi, Kioa, and numerous other islands in the Vanua Levu Group. It has a total land area of 2,816 square kilometers, with a population of 50,469 at the most recent census in 2017, making it the seventh most populous province.[1] The only major town is Savusavu, with a population of 3,372 in 2007.

  1. ^ Fiji Bureau of Statistics (5 January 2018). "2017 Population and Housing Census - Release 1" (PDF). Census 2017. Retrieved 8 April 2018.

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Cakaudrove Province

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Cakaudrove is one of fourteen provinces of Fiji, and one of three based principally on the northern island of Vanua Levu, occupying the south-eastern third...

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Sitiveni Rabuka

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Great Council of Chiefs from 1999 to 2001, and later as Chairman of the Cakaudrove Provincial Council from 2001 to 2008. Rabuka was elected as leader of...

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Laisa Vulakoro

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known as the Queen of Vude. She comes from the island of Yacata in Cakaudrove Province. Her music combines disco, rock and Fijian folk music. Vulakoro has...

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Tui Cakau

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The Tui Cakau is the Paramount Chief of Cakaudrove Province in Fiji. In Modern Fiji this chiefly title is regarded as the most senior in the Tovata Confederacy...

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belongs to the Vanua Levu Group of islands and is part of Fiji's Cakaudrove Province within the Northern Division. The island had a population of around...

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north east of the country, covering the provinces of Bua, Macuata and Cakaudrove on the northern island Vanua Levu, as well as the Lau Islands. The Tovata...

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Ann (1984). "Changing paths of the land: Early political hierarchies in Cakaudrove, Fiji". The Journal of Pacific History. 19 (1): 3–20. doi:10.1080/00223348408572477...

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Penaia Ganilau

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installed in 1988 as the fourteenth Tui Cakau, the traditional ruler of Cakaudrove Province. As such, he was recognised as the paramount chief of the Tovata...

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Jekesoni Yavalanavanua

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island of Taveuni, Cakaudrove Province. He is the Secretary General of the Council of Chiefs of the Vanua of Lalagavesi (Cakaudrove). He spent 17 years...

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Savusavu (Fijian pronunciation: [saβusaβu]) is a town in the Fijian Province of Cakaudrove. The town is located on the south coast of Vanua Levu Island and...

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Qamea (pronounced [ŋɡaˈmea]) is one of three islets lying to the east of Thurston Point on the island of Taveuni, Fiji, the others being Matagi and Laucala...

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Ndakunimba Stones

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(pronounced [ɛn dakunimba], town outside the pale), a remote village in Cakaudrove Province on Vanua Levu, Fiji. They comprise about 14 stone fragments of various...

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Matagi Island

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Matagi (pronounced [maˈtaŋi]), sometimes written Matangi, is an island the Vanua Levu Group in northern Fiji, situated 16°44 South 179° West. It is one...

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Tupeni Baba

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his first wife, Miriama Raitasia Cagilaba, a native of Natewa in Cakaudrove Province. Miriama is the younger sister of Lady Bale Ganilau, the wife of...

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Rabi Island

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number of ways, Rabi is a political anomaly. Though part of the Province of Cakaudrove, Rabi has a degree of autonomy, with its own council controlling...

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Losena Salabula

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Losena Tubanavau Salabula is a former Fijian politician and Cabinet Minister. Salabula trained as a teacher, and later worked for the Pacific Concerns...

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Inoke Kubuabola

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the 2001 election. That year he also resigned the Chairmanship of the Cakaudrove Provincial Council, which he had led for served years, to Sitiveni Rabuka...

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identity and to nurture and protect their culture. Although part of Cakaudrove Province, the island has a degree of autonomy with its own administrative...

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Rabi Council of Leaders

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The Rabi Council of Leaders and Elders was the municipal body administering Rabi Island in Fiji. Established by the Banaban Settlement Act 1970, the council...

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Naitini Tuiyau

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Naitini N Tuiyau (June 16, 1915 - March 1, 2002) was a Fijian cricketer and rugby union player. Tuiyau was a right-handed batsman and made his first-class...

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Jone Kubuabola

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Ratu Jone Yavala Kubuabola (11 September 1946 – 16 September 2018) was a Fijian politician. He was the country's Minister for Finance from 2000 until the...

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Ulamila Kurai Wragg

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Ulamila Kurai Wragg born 18 June 1968 is a Fijian journalist currently based in Rarotonga, Cook Islands. Wragg was born in Natewa, Fiji, and is the daughter...

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Jimi Damu

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James Vulavou Damu, known as Jimi Damu (born Savusavu 15 July 1967 - 9 October 2018) was a New Zealand-based Fijian rugby union player. He played as wing...

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Josefa Lalabalavu

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was from 1879 until 1905 the 9th Tui Cakau, the Paramount Chief of Cakaudrove Province in Fiji. He was the son of Ratu Goleanavanua and father of Ratu Glanville...

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Gabiriele Lovobalavu

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player. He plays as a centre. Lovobalavu is from Kanakana, Tunuloa in Cakaudrove Province. Prior to completing his Diploma in Teaching at Corpus Christi College...

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List of Old Newingtonians

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Ratu Josefa Lalabalavu (1874–1876) – Tui Cakau Paramount Chief of Cakaudrove Province 1879 until 1905 Hon Fotu ʻa Falefā Veikune (1896–1897) – Governor...

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