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  • PRC captains, from left, Patrick Faapale (Samoa), Sione Lolohea (Tonga), Mosese Voka (Fiji) and Kosuke Horikoshi (Japan) at the official photo shoot at MySuva Park.
  • Tanoa Waterfront general manager Narendra Kumar and senior duty manager Vularewa Seru say Saiyad Shahim Shah (centre) is a good role model for youngsters.
  • Div Damodar (left) of Damodar City having a selfie with singer Julia Zahra during a press conference at Damodar City yesterday.
  • The director Immigration Nemani Vuniwaqa leads his management team to the Standing Committee on Public Accounts on the 2014 Auditor-General?s Report to present their submission yesterday.
  • Tokasa Low (front) with other stall owners during the Ba Provincial Craft show at the International Women?s day celebrations in Nadi yesterday.
  • (L-R) Viniana Ranadi, Adi Arieta Kabu and Luisa Vakarau with their handicrafts during the Northern crafts show at the Friendly North Inn Labasa yesterday.
  • Robbed pastor Scot Daku (left) with his family daughter Jenna,son Scot Jeffery,Andrew, wife Katie,baby Emmie and son Benjamin with Fiji Times reporter Nasik Swami yesterday.
  • The Japanese Ambassador Takuji Hanatani exchanging documents with Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama after the signing of the Economic and Social Development Programme worth 100 million Japanese yen under its grand aid programme yesterday.
  • Officials of Naitairi Rugby Union with staff of Jacks celebrate after signing the deal with sports apparel Qaqa at Damodar City yesterday.
  • Marist Rugby Club president Lawrence Tikaram during the mechandise launch at Damodar City yesterday.
  • Minister of Forest and Acting Minister for Agriculture, Osea Naiqamu, left, with Assistant Minister of Agriculture Viam Pillay and Ministry of Agriculture permanent secretary Jitendra Singh during the Fiji Kava Quality Manual and National Kava Standard launch at the Fiji Museum in Suva on Thursday, March 09, 2017.
  • Jone Vesikula, left, and Kolinio Sivoki battles for possession during the Fiji soccer team training at the Fiji Football Association grounds in Vatuwaqa, Suva on Thursday, March 09, 2017.
  • Lautoka City Council staffs with Fiji Football Association Chief Executive Officer Mohammed Yusuf and president Rajesh Patel during the inspection of Churchill Park in Lautoka.
  • Hosana Kabakoro during the Veiqia Project panel discussion at University of the South Pacific yesterday.

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