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  • Anand Prasad inside the tent he now resides in after the fire on Monday afternoon.
  • Sugar festival contestants (L-R) Miss Value City Matilda Vakarau,  Miss Wilderness Ride and Amusements Shayal  Lata, Miss Punjas Matavakarua Vulilodoni, Miss Frincos Hire Fiji Daisy Anise, Miss Bargain Box Alesi Kunaura, Miss LYZ PTY&MAOCO Fasteners Ltd Akanisi Nawa and MissTigers Mariana Lewavukivuki.
  • Sireli Temo the former Naitasiri and Fiji Warriors prop training at his home at Delaitokatoka in Valevu yesterday.
  • Sireli Temo the former Naitasiri and Fiji Warriors prop training at his home at Delaitokatoka in Valevu yesterday.
  • Members of the Raiwaqa rugby team training preparing for the final of the Suva Rugby Union this saturday.
  • Assistant Minister for Health and Medical Services Veena Bhatnagar speaking during the launch.
  • The victim being safely removed out of the car by the NFA Team during an accident this year.
  • UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative Osnat Lubrani and Country Director and Head of Regional Policy and Programme Bakhodir Burkhanovin discussions with the local media at the UNDP Headquarters in Suva yesterday.
  • Australia Pacific Technical College Chief Executive Officer Denise O?Brien (centre) with European Union Delegation for the Pacific Head of Cooperation Christoph Wagner, Australian High Commission Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Development Cooperation Counsellor Joanne Choe, Habitat for Humanity Fiji National Director Masi Latianara and Certificate II in Construction students pose for a photo after the handing over of the house at Narewa Village in Rakiraki.
  • School heads around the country listen intently during the naitonal head teachers annual conference in Labasa kyesterday.
  • Rosa Raravisa ready to recieves the ball during tarining at the ATG ground in Nasinu yesterday preparing for the Farebrother trophy chellenge this weekend.
  • Northland forward pack drives during training at the ATG grouns in Nasinu preparing for the Farebrother challenge aganst Nadroga this saturday.
  • Jolame Bera the former Suva and Fiji Warriors player ready to recieves the ball during tarining at the ATG ground in Nasinu yesterday preparing for the Farebrother trophy chellenge this weekend.
  • Na Kalevu Ratu Kinijioji Nanovo Vosailagi.
  • Fiji Sevens captain Osea Kolinisau with kids of the Wainamako Methodist Church Curcuit during the celebration yesterday.
  • Fiji Sevens captain Osea Kolinisau with kids of the Wainamako Methodist Church Curcuit during the celebration yesterday.
  • Birend Prasad drives at the Fiji Golf club at Vatuwaqa yesterday.
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  • Suva-based vocalist and producer Margot Jenkins will perform At Tom's Place
  • Soulman Steve Makaba will perform with Mawi At Tom's Place, October 29.
  • Sassy will bring her unique style to the Holiday Inn on October 29 for At Tom's Place.
  • Internationally renowned jazz guitarist Tom Mawi is preparing for a show in his honour on October 29.
  • David Steven, son of legendary drummer, Paul, will feature at the October 29 show.
  • Annie Mawi will also feature in the show to honour her father-in-law on October 29.
  • Members of the Army rugby team after their training at the HPU gym preparing for the final of the Suva Rugby Union compertion this weekend.
  • Members of the Army rugby team after their training at the HPU gym preparing for the final of the Suva Rugby Union compertion this weekend.

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