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  • The Gallagher Chiefs team during the official traditional welcoming ceremony at the Novotel Suva Lami Bay conference room in Lami on Tuesday, May 16, 2017.
  • Alan Whetton, second from left, with Ratu Savenaca Vakautu, left, Connor Muckle, Oliver Anderson and Napolioni Waqanivalu at the Nausori International Airport yesterday.
  • Jone Macilai is pictured with Sereana Sokoiwasa during the BNZ Crusaders team arrival at the Nausori Internation Airport on Tuesday, May 16, 2017.
  • Jonetani Buksh of Rewa controls the ball from Setareki Hughes of Suva during the second Fiji FACT semi final at Ratu Cakobau last night.
  • The Fiji Times publisher/general manager Hank Arts presents the Best Hip Hop award to members of the Team Stay Focused during the FPRA awards night.
  • From left, Tomasi Kubuabola, Jona Sevura, Meli Boseiwaqa and Laisiasa Cabenalevu.
  • From left, Susana Yalikanacea, Vani Kosoniu, Galuoko Secivo, Asena Ledua and Seru Saukuru.
  • From left, Ilaisa Ravula, Mesake Tuberi, Jim Sukanaivalu and Anare Vute.
  • Men of Naisoumua village in Tailevu perform the chant before the awards presentation.
  • Sisters, Paulini and Jane Bautani sing a number during the awards night.
  • Guitarist Tom Mawi with a guitar presented by CEO & Founder of Taylor Guitars, Bob Taylor, right, as Fiji Performing Rights Association (FPRA) chairman Eremasi Tamanisau Jnr looks on during the cocktail at the Grand Pacific Hotel in Suva on Tuesday, May 09, 2017.
  • From left, Raijeli Gade, Raijeli Taylor, Mosese Ratubalavu and Paul Yaqona.
  • From left, Laisa Vulakoro, Tom Mawi, Paulini Bautani and Salome Baravilala.
  • From left, Sam Mawi, Seru Serevi, Tom Mawi and Knox.
  • Minister for Women, Social Welfare and Poverty Alleviation says speaking to students at St. Theresa College on Monday.
  • The number of bauxite export cannot be estimated for 2017 due to volatile nature of the mining business, says Director Mineral Development Dr Raijeli Taga.
  • This Sawakasa II village road sign is tilting on its side in Tailevu North.
  • Lautoka-based lawyer Aman Singh (left), Suva lawyer Barbara Malimali and Member of Parliament Mosese Bulitavo (right) coming out from the Suva magistrate court yesterday.
  • Aekta Lodhiya.
  • Thomas Meister talks to two foreign journalists in Berlin on Monday.
  • Students , teachers and community members from around St. Theresa College in Bemana, pose with Minister for Poverty, Social Welfare and Poverty Alleviation Mereseini Vuniwaqa after celebrations marking International Day of Families.
  • Water Authority CEO Opetaia Ravai
  • Sugar Ministry director Viliame Gucake with stakeholders and members of the Vanua Levu corporate farmers after the signing of the grant agreement in Labasa yesterday.
  • Lasse Melgaard - The World Bank Resident Representative in the South Pacific - in an interview with the Fiji Times in Suva.
  • Permanent Secretary Dr Joe Koroivueta speaking at the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect Day programme at Sukuna Park in Suva, on Thurs 19 Nov 2015.
  • Fijians and Crusaders players Jone Macilai left, Seta Tamanivalu and Manasa Mataele after arriving at the Holiday Inn last night.
  • Savenaca Waqabaca, 17, third from left, and Naomi Kewakita, 12, second from right, try out the newly donated Braille Eye Slate device as other students looks on after the handover at the Fiji School for the Blind in Vatuwaqa on Tuesday, May 16, 2017.

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