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  • Mesulame Kunavula (left) with Jerry Tuwai and Gareth Baber with their family members at Nadi International Airport yesterday.
  • Police trainee motorcyclists prepare to show their services at the Muanikau Polilce Post in Suva.
  • Fiji Performing Rights Association's Seru Serevi (left) and Laisa Vulakoro receive a cheque of five thousand dollars from Katy Miller of Vatuvara Private Islands in Suva.
  • Fiji Sugar Corporation (FSC) Chief Executive Offcier Graham Clark (centre) speaks at the third cane payment announcement press conference in Lautoka yesterday.
  • Meli Natadra plant sugar cane at one of the farms in Paipai Lautoka.
  • Labasa Police Station Crime Writer Police Constable 4276 Alipate Koli with the drugs thay were ceased from Tacilevu.
  • Miss World Fiji contestant Pooja Priyanka.
  • Attorney General and Minister for Economy Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum (right) meets with Western Disable People?s Association President Jay Raj (centre) and representative Feneti Seforana Henry after the National Budget Consultations in Lautoka.
  • Isei Mataitoga and Saula Musuka showing the huge cracks caused by heavy rain in front of one of the teachers quarters that remain occupied.
  • Long serving Coca_Cola employee Sainimili Vakacegu (right) lights Powerade Digicel Coke Games Torch at Kinoya today.
  • Members of the Inside Out band with their award during the Fiji Performing Rights Association (FPRA) Music awards at the Grand Pacific Hotel in Suva on Saturday, May 14, 2016.
  • The Fiji Fish Marketing Group Ltd , Executive Chairman Grahame Southwick (from left)  and chief executive officer Darryl Hodson with their lawyer William Wylie Clarke outside the Suva High Court yesterday.
  • Vilimoni Taganisolo connects a shot at Sarenaca Tyson?s face during their match in Lautoka last month.

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