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  • An article dated January 07, 1994.
  • Chellapan with a picture of his late mother Manikamma.
  • At 93 years old, Chellapan of Natawa is one the oldest sugar cane farmers in Tavua.
  • Fijian flanker Pecel Yato runs away to score his try against Scotland at the ANZ stadium. Picture:
  • Chengdu Art Troupe of Intangible Cultural Heritage perform at Adi Cakobau School during the launch of the China Cultural Heritage Week yesterday.
  • Ben Daveta and Aman Ravindra-Singh outside the Central Police Station yesterday.
  • Teki Koroituicakau performing during the Kaila! Star Search rehearsals for round 2 of the competition this week.
  • Candidates for census recruitment  during the numeracy test at Kshatriya Hall in Labasa yesterday.
  • Azkiya Mohammed serves sawai at their home in Suva yesterday.
  • Steve Handy Junior, fourth from right, with students and staff of Nadi Special School during the handover of computers by Rotary Club of Hilo, Hawaii yesterday.
  • Say no to drugs.....Kalabu Primary School students celebrate  International Day against Drugs Abuse and Illicit Trafficking at the school yesterday.
  • 2016/2017 HSBC Women's World Sevens series Rookie of the Year Award winner Raijeli Daveua.

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