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  • The Marist Brothers High School U16 rugby team.
  • Wah Esmundo of Marist Brother Primary School charges through against a player of MGM primary school during their hockey match in Suva yesterday.
  • Vuikaba Kepa the paramount chief of the Burebasaga Confederacy addressing the people of Rewa during the Environment Day celebration at Lomanikoro Village yesterday.
  • Dwaine Qalovaki a Stand Up Board paddler and Elenoa Vateitei the women's national V1 champion paddles stop to clean up the Rewa River at Draubuta.
  • FSC employees with other guests look on during the tipping of sugar cane at Lautoka Sugar Mill for the start  of 2017 crushing season yesterday.
  • Vetaia Vuinakelo and his grandson Vetaia Taione Kerevanua Junior with their harvest of yams at Natua, Seaqaqa.
  • Minister for Education Mahendra Reddy reading to the students of MGM Primary School during the launch of the books yesterday.
  • Rugby 7s legend Waisale Serevi standing on the playing grounds in Nasole where he used to train in his early days.
  • People travelling by boat at Lomanikoro Village on Monday.
  • 19 year old dancer for this years Kaila! Star Search competition Methaiyas Taukave.

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