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  • The TFL Fijiana team enjoying some
  • Shiri Chand ...Mushroom at the Fiji Times yesterday.
  • Ashleigh Metheson in action at Fiji Golf Club yesterday.
  • Pio Seci, top, assist Filipo Talei during the Fiji Residents team training at the Veiuto Primary School grounds in Nasese, Suva on Tuesday, July 19, 2016.
  • Minister for Woman,Children and Poverty Alleviation Rosy Akbar (right) launches the children helpline signage on KR Latchan Buses at Nuku District School in Wainibokasi as Rohit Latchan of KR Latchan looks on.
  • Lucas Young (left),Soloveni Tabanidalo,Ratu Ifereimi Ravoka,Jone Baravilala and Uraia Naibuka of Lelean under 18 with other team members during the lunch hour at school yesterday.The team are camping at school for the Deans quater final.
  • The participants of the Pacific Conference of Churches mens seminar deliver a group presentation at Epworth Hall in Suva yesterday.
  • Saiful Nisha (right) and her daughter in law (left) Tasmil Shamima Saiyed beside thier home that was burnt to the ground at Narere on Monday evening at Narere.
  • Principal Fisheries Officer North Joji Vakawaletabua middle has a chat with Luke Tabuhakia and Victor Bonito at Yavulo village in Sigatoka.
  • Construction work along Gordon Street in Suva.
  • SHREEDHAR Motors Ltd,  Company CEO Arvin Narayan (left) and Jagdish Chand (right)  present the cheque to C3 Fiji  representative Waisea Vosa at the Shreedhar Motors showroom at Karsanji Street, Vautwaqa on Wednesday night.
  • Leadership trainer Epi Gonewai with Tuva District representativie Peniasi Kurivitu in Sigatoka.
  • Pauliasi Veileyaki, 70, weaves the fan at his home in Onelake.

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