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  • Mahen Chand says maintaining his 23-acre farm in Tova, Ra, is a struggle.
  • Indar Raju at his okra farm at Wailevu, Tavua.
  • Kisori Lal during an interview at Vitawa, Ra.
  • Devsiga Mani of Waikona, Tavua, says land rent takes up a huge chunk of their earnings..
  • Infrastructure and Transport permanent secretary Francis Kean
  • The 2017 Vodafone Hibiscus Queen contestants.
  • Colombian National Aidan Alec Hurtado outside the Suva High Court yesterday.
  • Labour Minister Jone Usamate while speaking at Public Sector Partnership to create employment opportunities in the global labour Market yesterday.
  • PM Voreqe Bainimarama listens to visitor Ioane Raleve at parliament yesterday.
  • Mens and womens winners in the South Pacific Bowling Carnival from left, Surendra Prasad, Ishwar Lal, Elizabeth Moceiwai and Varisila Vosalotaki at the Suva Bowling Club on Monday, June 05, 2017.
  • Residential housing in Toorak, Suva.
  • Minister of State of External Affairs, Government of India, General (Dr.) Vijay Kumar Singh, Attorney-General and Acting Prime Minister Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum and Minister for Industry & Trade and Tourism ... Faiyaz Koya after the handing over the cheque at Albert park yesterday.
  • Anareta Kubu working as a labourer in one of the farms in Navosa on Thursday.
  • Opposition MP Salote Radrodro, left, with Niko Nawaikula exit Parliament during break between sessions on Wednesday, May 24, 2017.
  • Environment Minister Parveen Bala celebrates World Environment Day at Churchill Park with Lautoka school students yesterday.

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