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  • Fiji Netball u21  players during taining at the Vodafone Arena yesterday.
  • Volunteers at Nawaka 7s tournament.
  • Tabadamu Rugby Team and Management at Nawaka 7s Tournament.
  • Senibua Wing Samu Tuibua races towards the try line during the Nawaka 7s Day 2 competition in Nadi.
  • The RBF building in Suva.
  • Director Pacific TAFE Hasmukh Lal, Professor Richard Coll, Professor Rajesh Chandra, Joana Valemei and Kameli Batiweti following the cheque presentation yesterday.
  • Exposed wires from this post along Thompson St needs to be covered.
  • on day two of the HSBC Paris Sevens, round nine of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series.
  • Jacob Whippy outside the Suva Magistrates yesterday.
  • Professor Manu Munibharga (left) and Cardiothoracic surgeon Dr Chandra Shekhar Kulkarni responds to the media at the Holiday Inn yesterday..
  • Stallions Coop president Shahin Kumar signs her grant agreement as sugar industry stakeholders look on.
  • Lomaiviti Princess IV sails across Kioa Island. The boat ran aground at Viani Bay in Cakaudrove while sheltering from TC Ella last Friday.
  • Chairman of Fiji Electoral Commission Suresh Chandra shows the numbers drawn from the barrel for the 2018 ballet papers yesterday.
  • Ambassador United States of America to Fiji,Judith Beth Cefkin (left) and Acting Prime Minister,Attorney-General and Minister for Economy, Public Enterprises, Civil Service and Communications Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum (right) looks as Party Chief Lee Baker of USAID unveils the plague during the opening of United States Agency for International Development?s (USAID) Climate Ready project office at Victoria Corner Building, corner Victoria Parade and Gordon St yesterday.
  • Sweet news, Mesake Naseru enojys a bite of freshly harvested sugarcane. In a major announcement that was made by AG Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum, sugarcane farmers in the country will not have to pay for their deductions to TLTB, FDB, Sugar Cane Growers Fund, Lands Department and South Pacific Fertilizers, which totals to $6.7m.

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