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  • Fiji Scouts Association national training team leader west Kailash Pillay.
  • Adi Elenoa Iloilo, right, with schoolmates during the International Day of Peace celebrations in Lautoka.
  • Finance Pacific Corporation Limited director Siddharth Nandan , left, presents a cheque to Suva Football Association president Mahen Prasad during a press conference at the Finance Pacific office in Raiwai, Suva on Wednesday, September 21, 2016.
  • Members of the Fiji Resident rugby league team during their training at Bidesi ground yesterday
  • New Assistant Minister for Health and Medical Services, Alexander O'Connor is congratulated by President Jioji Konrote after the swearing in ceremony at the State House in Suva on Wednesday, September 21, 2016.
  • New Assistant Minister for Health and Medical Services, Alexander O'Connor shares a light moment with Minister for Helth and Medical Services Rosy Akbar after the swearing in ceremony at the State House in Suva on Wednesday, September 21, 2016.

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