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  • Members of the RFMF Brass Band performing whilst HMAS Canberra berths at the Kings Wharf this morning.
  • Captain Chris Smith in front of the HMAS Canberra berthed at the Kings Wharf yesterday
  • The HMAS Canberra berthed at the Kings Wharf in Suva with about 800 Naval officers on board.
  • High Commissioner of Australia to Fiji, Margaret Twomey speaking with Captain Chris Smith of HMAS Canberra at the Kings Wharf.
  • Members of the RFMF Brass Band performing whilst HMAS Canberra berths at the Kings Wharf.
  • Naval officer Tevita Vula in front of HMAS Canberra which arrived in Suva yesterday morning.
  • High Commissioner of Australia to Fiji, Margaret Twomey (centre) with Australian Naval officer Jacqueline Swinton and Captain Brett Sonter in front of the HMAS Canberra berthed at the Kings Wharf.
  • HMAS Canberra berthed at the Kings Wharf in Suva.

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