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  • Guests sing the birthday song at the party.
  • Hibiscuss Teen contestants during their visit to FBC on Monday.
  • Caterers at the party in Malau, Labasa.
  • Reigning  Vodafone Fiji Hibiscus queen, Marie Fall with 2016 King and Queens contestants after visiting the Fiji Broadcasting Commission yesterday.
  • Edward Narayan with Shirley Chandra.
  • Methodists from Ba at the Methodist Conference last weekend.
  • Crest chicken staffs with guests enjoy watching the Kaji rugby competition at Prince Charles Park in Nadi yesterday.
  • The women of the USP LOSA group at the opening of the Methodist Church in Fiji annual conference opening last weekend.
  • MOSA Tooraki celebrate during their fundraising at the opening of the Methodist Church in Fiji opening last weekend.
  • Lautoka Kaji rugby side at Prince Charles Park in Nadi.
  • Crest Chicken brand manager Etrina Simpson speaking at the closing of the Kaji Rugby competition in Nadi.
  • Methodists from Ba handing in their monetary contributions during the Methodist church in Fiji annual conference last Saturday.
  • 76 year old Duncan Eddie Shield at the Fiji Times office in Suva.
  • The railings on the Navua bridge towards Suva is broken and needs repairing.
  • Kunatani makes a break against NZ.
  • Epeli Vuli outside court after he was acquitted at the Suva High court yesterday.
  • The Suva circut womens choir performing during the womens choir competition at the Methodist Church in Fiji annual conference in Suva yesterday.
  • Ms APCO Mariaiosefo Leinaivalu (middle) with teen contestants after winning the Humanitarian award during the Vodafone Hibiscus Carnival yesterday.
  • Speaker Dr Jiko Luveni (centre) with the invited guests, diplomats and the participants of the Womens Parliament outside the parliament complex in Suva yesterday.

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