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  • RCL Services staff with WOW'S Div Damodar during his visit to the company in Kalabu Tax Free Zone yesterday.
  • Members of the Fiji Police boxing team to the Ratu Sukuna boxing compertition.
  • Members of the Fiji Police boxing team preparing for the Ratu Sukuna boxing compertition.
  • Commissioner of the Fiji Corrections Service Commander Francis Kean inspect the newly recruit officers during their passout parade at the Naboro drill square on Thursday, November 10, 2016.
  • Commissioner of the Fiji Corrections Service Commander Francis Kean inspect the newly recruit officers during their passout parade at the Naboro drill square on Thursday, November 10, 2016.
  • Fiji Corrections Service newly recruit officers during their passout parade at the Naboro drill square on Thursday, November 10, 2016.
  • Fiji Corrections Service baton of honour award recipient Elwoon Newton makes his way during their passout parade at the Naboro drill square on Thursday, November 10, 2016.
  • Fiji Corrections Service newly recruit officers congratulate each other after their passout parade at the Naboro drill square on Thursday, November 10, 2016.
  • Fiji Corrections Service newly recruit officers after their passout parade at the Naboro drill square on Thursday, November 10, 2016.
  • Nikolau Luveicei is hugged by elder sister Makarita after the Fiji Corrections Services newly recruit officers passout parade at the Naboro drill square on Thursday, November 10, 2016.
  • Fiji Corrections Service newly recruit officers display Hapkido skills after their passout parade at the Naboro drill square on Thursday, November 10, 2016.
  • Nadi defence work hard to bring down New Zealands? Nete Caucau during the their match at Prince Charles Park on Tuesday.
  • New Zealands? Wiilie Paia?aua races to the try line during their match against Nadi at Prince Charles Park on Tuesday.
  • Albert Lasaqa  (third from left) of Lautoka Methodist School wins the U12 boys 100m during the Lautoka Zone yesterday.
  • Lavina Lagi (second from left)  of Drasa Avenue School wins the U14 girls 100m during the Lautoka Zone yesterday.
  • Lawrence Prasadthe acting senior admin officer at the Ministry of Justice and a facilitator at the Justice of Peace workshop yesterday.
  • Asco Motors financial controller, Ronald Kumar presents the cheque to Dr Wahid Khan,  Joyce Clark and Dr Dean Clark, , in Suva yesterday.
  • Dr Dean Clark, Joyce Clark , Dr Wahid Khan accepting the cheque from  Asco Motors financial controller Ronald Kumar , Gyanen Prasad and Avnit Sundar in Suva yesterday.
  • Indian High Commissioner to Fiji Vishvas Sapkal (left), Health Minister Rosy Akbar and Uttra Gurdayal at the launch of her book Mahak at the Univeristy of the South Pacific ICT Centre on Wednesday night.

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