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  • WOWS Kids Fiji board member Don Sansom (left) and  Fiji Times publisher during the signing of the partnership agreement at the Fiji Times office in Suva. Picture: JONA KONATACI
  • Fiji Times publisher (far right) is all smiles after signing the partnership agreement with WOWS Kids Fiji board member Don Sansom (left) and Vaiola Lesi (team leader) at the Fiji Times office in Suva. Picture: ELIKI NUKUTABU
  • Seinimili Bici, sevens years old, with mother Litimai Bici and Shortland Street actress, Ngahuia Piripi during her visit at the Childrens ward at the CWM hospital.Picture: ATU RASEA
  • Lemeki Lenoa explaining how a rescue is coordinated during the opening of  the Fiji Maritime Surveillance Rescue Coordination Centre at the Republic of Fiji Navy Headquaters , Walu Bay yesterday. Picture: JONA KONATACI
  • Temo Jiko recieves his certificate and wood carving small machine from the Minister for Fisheries, Semi Koroilavesau during the handing over of the  Forestry assistance progaramme yesterday at Nasinu.Picture: ATU RASEA
  • Fiji U16 vice captain Fatima Tabua (left) and captain adi Lusiana Qolikoro Lagilevu. Picture: ELIKI NUKUTABU
  • Nasoni Raburau (front) and Ratu Meli Vatureba of Fiji Corrections Service walk out freeman after their charge of rape has been dropped and acquitted. Picture: RAMA.
  • Ratu Meli Vatureba (left) and Nasoni Raburau of Fiji Corrections Service with their lawyer Barbara Malimali after their charge of rape has been dropped and acquitted. Picture: RAMA.
  • Lawyer Barbara Malimali (middle) with her clients Ratu Meli Vatureba (left) and Nasoni Raburau of Fiji Corrections Service after their charge of rape has been dropped and acquitted. Picture: RAMA.
  • 2017 Bula festival contestants Miss Clyde Nishika Singh (left) with Miss Sharma Music Mariana Lewavukicuki, Miss Today FM Ashika Menon, Miss Property Experts Samantha Agai,  Miss Nadi Town Council Vasenai Wacegucegu,Miss Krish Amusement Aqela Waqavou, Miss Lazer Electrical Rehana Rafiq, Miss Lunch Box Maraua Musu and Miss NOQUI TAU Archana Narayan at Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay in Nadi. Picture: BALJEET SINGH
  • Bula festival contestants Miss Clyde Nishija Singh (left) with Miss Sharma Music Mariana Lewavukicuki, Miss Today FM Ashika Menon, Miss Krish Amusement Aqela Waqavou, Miss Property Experts Samantha Agai, Miss Nadi Town Council Vasenai Wacegucegu, Miss Lazer Electrical Rehana Rafiq, Miss Lunch Box Maraua Musu and Miss NOQUI TAU Archana Narayan at Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay in Nadi. Picture: BALJEET SINGH
  • Vodafone's Calev Chandra, left, Patterson Paladio, Sharuk Hussain, Deepak Baran and Issac Shest with machines and new e-ticketing cards after a press conference on the e-ticketing system at Ro Lalabalavu House in Suva on Friday, July 28, 2017. Picture: JONACANI LALAKOBAU

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