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  • Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama walks on the newly opened bridge at Coqeloa, outside Labasa Town yesterday.
  • President Jioji Konrote shares a light moment with Bow Francis Sansom, 6, after the Order of Fiji Investiture Ceremony at Government House in Suva on Friday, February 24, 2017.
  • Minister for Trade Faiyaz Koya (3rd from left) and TOTAL Fiji Limited managing director Martin McCarthy officially ooen the new Savusavu TOTAL service station in Yaroi yesterday.
  • Prabha Wati, left, crosses her flooded farm with her daughter-in-law Bijma Wati.
  • Lawyer Jolame surrounded by professionals during the Bankers and Lawyers workshop at Tanoa Plaza Hotel in Suva yesterday.
  • Mereilisoni Talei (righjt) powers her way to help her Ruby House win the sub junior girls 4*100m relay during the Japer Williams High School interhouse at Lautoka Methosidt School ground yesterday.
  • Seru Serevi (left) with Sepeti Matararama, Laisa Vulakoro and Vereniki Nalio at the Fiji Museum in preparation for the Fiji Museum open day .
  • Fiji Roads Authority CEO John Hutchinson having discussion with other guests during the Fiji Chamber of Commerce & Industry breakfast and meeting at the Grand Pacific Hotel in Suva on Friday, February 24, 2017.
  • The Drua ready to sail around the Suva Harbour yesterday
  • Sudesh Mani being escorted to the Suva Court cell after he was found giulty of one count of murder and one count of robbery at the Suva High Court yesterday.
  • Professor Biman Prasad at his office at Parliament in Suva.

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