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  • Seru Serevi (left) and Laisa Vulakoro share a photo with Roneel Narayan (Radio Sargam program director) and Maikeli Radua (Viti FM Program director) after they presented a cheque of $12,000 at the FPRA office in Suva.
  • Villagers of Udu district in Macuata with the sandalwood plants.
  • Grieving parents Laisa and Savenaca Matarugu are still trying to come to terms with the cold murder of their daughter and mother to sleeping Tokasa Tupou.
  • 34 year old Josevata Vala (pictured) has raised a complaint with the Fiji Police Force (FPF) on the poor building condition at Tavua Police Station.
  • Minister for Youth and Sports Laisenia Tuitubou during break between sessions at the Parliament complex in Suva on Wednesday, March 22, 2017.
  • Best All Rounder award recipient, Peni Tikomaisolomoni is carried by his fellow National Fire Authority new recruits during the passing out parade at the Togalevu Naval Base outside Lami on Thursday, March 23, 2017.
  • Business operators in Labasa share their thoughts during the CCF advocacy forum in Labasa on Tuesday evening.
  • Opposition members Prem Singh (left) and Niko Nawaikula at parliament yesterday.
  • Rosy Akbar (left) Pramod Chand conversing at parliament.
  • BLK executive Liga Gukisuva (seventh from left) joins Lawrence Tikaram and the Marist 7s organising team during a presentation at Paradise Beverages in Suva yesterday.
  • Mesulame Kunavula, left, and Kalione Nasoko contest for the high ball during the Vodafone Fiji 7s team training at the Uprising Beach Resort grounds in Pacific Harbour, Deuba on Thursday, March 23, 2017.
  • Mesulame Kunavula, left, and Kalione Nasoko contest for the high ball during the Vodafone Fiji 7s team training at the Uprising Beach Resort grounds in Pacific Harbour, Deuba on Thursday, March 23, 2017.
  • Ra boxer Apisai Naciqa.
  • Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama is surrounded by members of the public at parliament yesterday.