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  • The Kasi Gold Mine in Vanua Levu.
  • Minister for Employment, Productivity and Industrial Relations Jone Usamate pictured with Fijian Seasonal Workers.
  • Minister for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation Mereseini Vuniwaqa addresses stakeholders at the North Children Symposium in Labasa.
  • The brand new departures drop-off area which was opened on Thursday.
  • Dairy farmers Chandrika Prasad and Savenaca Kurivakawalu show milk rejected by the buyer.
  • Dairy farmer Rajnesh Ram tends to his cattle?s in Tavua.
  • The Ministry of Health has advised that wading in flooded plains would increase the risk of leptospirosis infection. Sada Nand (right) and Uma Nand wade in flood waters at Tore settlement, Lovu Lautoka.
  • Representatives from Education institutions across the country gathered for the Education Forum at Tanoa International Hotel, Nadi yesterday.
  • Labasa Market vendors dance to a lively number as they celebrated International Women's Day yesterday.
  • SODELPA Leader, Roko Tui Dreketi, Ro Teimumu Kepa being interviewed.
  • Women from all walks of life celebrate the Internaitonal Women's Day in Labasa yesterday.
  • Education Minister Mahendra Reddy poses with participants of the Education Forum at Tanoa International Hotel, Nadi yesterday.
  • The medal winners of the Las Vegas 7s. Fiji is second, USA third and the cup winner South Africa.
  • Masivesi Dakuwaqa gets tackled by South Africa's Chris Dry during the final of the Las Vegas 7s.
  • Samisoni Viriviri tackles Ruhan Nel of South Africa during the Las Vegas final. Fiji lost to South Africa 19-12.
  • Mesulame Kunavula in action against New Zealand during the semi final at the Las Vegas 7s.
  • Serving a customer.
  • Deepak work mate with Ravi.

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