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  • Jone Usamate the Minister for Employment, Productivity and Industrial Relations after presenting the air tickets to Seci Takotavuki one of the 16 primary school teachers leaving for Tuvalu.Picture: ATU RASEA
  • Fiji Airways staffs Elayna Eyre and Isei Erenavula with Fiji Warriors during the Fijian Tourism Expo at Sheraton Fiji resort& Spa Denarau, Nadi yesterday. Picture: BALJEET SINGH
  • Arun Sharma (2nd from right) speaks at the Sugar Reforms Bill 19 and 20 consultations in Ba. Picture: REINAL CHAND
  • Gyan Singh speaks at the Sugar Reforms Bill 19 and 20 consultations in Ba. Picture: REINAL CHAND
  • Dr Isimeli Tukana the  National Advisor for Non Communicable Diseases of the Ministry of Health speaking to the participants to the Save the Childrens Fund workshop at St Joseph secondary school in Suva yesterday.Picture: ATU RASEA
  • Dr Susan Wright with Sera Raysidamu a cardiac sonographer at CWM hospital checking a patient during the visit of the Open Heart International yesterday.Picture: ATU RASEA
  • TISI Sangam General Manager Karna Raju (right)with Sangam College of Nursing Academic and Staff board Chairman Amraiya Naidu, Chief Guest Lautoka Hospital Nursing Manager Matron Milika Narogo and Walliamma Swamy cut a ckae to mark the launch of the Bridging Program in Ba. Picture: REINAL CHAND
  • Sevuloni Moceinacagi of national 7's team during the training at Uprising Resort in Pacific Harbour yesterday. The team flies out today for last 2 legs of Paris and London 7's. Picture: RAMA.
  • Vatemo Ravouvou of national 7's team during the training at Uprising Resort in Pacific Harbour yesterday. The team flies out today for last 2 legs of Paris and London 7's. Picture: RAMA.
  • Coach Gareth Baber (left) of national 7's team watches as the team trains at Uprising Resort in Pacific Harbour yesterday. The team flies out today for last 2 legs of Paris and London 7's. Picture: RAMA.
  • New find Josua Vakurinabuli (left),Seremaia Tuwai, Osea Kolinisau, Paula Dranisinukula, Sevuloni Moceinacagi and Jasa Veremalua of national 7's team during the training at Uprising Resort in Pacific Harbour yesterday. The team flies out today for last 2 legs of Paris and London 7's. Picture: RAMA.
  • Sevuloni Moceinacagi (left) of national 7's team looks to receive the ball from a lineout during the training at Uprising Resort in Pacific Harbour yesterday. The team flies out today for last 2 legs of Paris and London 7's. Picture: RAMA.
  • Amelia Vunisea comes out of the High Court after the judgement in Suva yesterday. Picture: ELIKI NUKUTABU
  • Citizens Constitutional Forum , Chief Executive Officer Sara Bulutani Mataitawakilai (right)  and lawyer Melina Buadromo (left)  making their submissions to the Standing Committee on Justic Law and Human Rights on the Powers and Privilidges Bill( Bill no 28) 2016. Picture: JONA KONATACI

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