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  • Orisi Lutunaivalu busy harvesting cane at Savusavu settlement in Ra.
  • Taniela Waqa on attack for Fiji against New Zealand during their clash at Churchill Park in Lautoka yesterday.
  • Sahyadri Specialty Pacific Hospital Limited (SSPHL) Fiji director Professor Manu Munibhargav in Suva.
  • Iliesa Duvuloco during an interview at his residence in Namadi Heights, Suva on Monday, March 27, 2017.
  • The participants at the opening of the workshop on the Capacity Building for National Border Contol on Living Modified Organisms in small island developing states in the Pacific.
  • Penag sugar mill after damaged by TC Winston.
  • FSC executive chairman Vishnu Mohan (left) with FSC chief executive officer Graham Clark during a press conference in Lautoka yesterday.
  • The Lomaloma  stretch between Savusavu and Labasa which continues to slip during heavy rain.
  • I'm a free man ... Kelevi Tokalau with families and friends after being acquitted by the Suva High Court on Monday, March 27, 2017.
  • Students from various schools share a laughing moment during the launch of the Salt Reduction Awareness week in Suva.
  • Lomolomo Advisory Councillor Shakuntla Permal (right) with the Lomolomo Cemetery Management Committee members Rajesh Prasad and Kisun Datt shows the graves which are going under water due to soil erosion at the cemetery.
  • Nasinu Sec Sch U17 after defeating Ba Mathodist 24-2 at Garvey Park.
  • Onyx Entertainment bartenders Jemesa Vuli, left, with Alipate Laveti and Saimone Ketekete during the Katia Vodka launch in Nadi.
  • BSP Ambrose winner - James Krishna & Gaffar Ali.
  • Dudley High School's top athletes Luisa Buikula (junior girls 100m and 200m) and Mel Katafono (Inter boys 400m) during training yesterday.
  • Chandrika Prasad with his wife Phool Mati busy milking their cows at Koro No. 1 in Tavua.
  • The participants at the opening of the workshop on the Capacity Building for National Border Contol on Living Modified Organisms in small island developing states in the Pacific.

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