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  • Attorney General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum speaking to the civil servants in Lautoka yesterday. Picture: BALJEET SINGH
  • Civil servants listen in during Attorney General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum's speech during his consultations in Lautoka. Picture: BALJEET SINGH
  • Turaga ni koro Nabitu Ratu Luke Kamokorewa at the banks of the Wanibokasi River yesterday. Picture: JONA KONATACI
  • Chengdu dance group from China performing a traditional dance during the Chinses Moon Festival at the China Cultural Centre in Suva yesterday. Picture: JOVESA NAISUA
  • Chinese Contortionist Zou Yingying showcasing her flexibility during the Chinese Moon Festival at the China Cultural Centre in Suva yesterday. Picture: JOVESA  NAISUA
  • Breast cancer survivor Asena Senimoli in an interview with The Fiji Times at the Pinktober launch in Suva, on Wed 27 Sept 2017. Picture: ELIKI NUKUTABU
  • Breast cancer survivor Asena Senimoli (fifth from left) is surrounded by staff of Fiji Cancer Society, Tanoa Plaza and Shania Singh of Fiji TV at the Pinktober launch in Suva, on Wed 27 Sept 2017. Picture: ELIKI NUKUTABU
  • From L-R: Nikon Australia managing director James Murray, Nikon sales manager emerging markets and B2B, ANZ Joe Tabboule and Motibhai wholesale executives for electronics and consumer goods Sujan Patel during a press conference at the Motibhai Group of companies headquarters yesterday. PICTURE: Siteri Sauvakacolo.
  • Fijian Drua fullback Apisalome Waqatabu runs away to score against Perth Spirits in Suva last week. Picture: JONACANI LALAKOBAU
  • Permanent Secretary for Economy, Makereta Konrote planting magrove along the Nasese foreshore as part of the Climate Change week. Picture ATU RASEA
  • Naboutini villagers Laite  Waqavou 5, and Ratu Bemata Nabua relaxing at their sea wall in Serua yesterday. Picture: JONA KONATACI.
  • NFP's Biman Prasad and Pio Tikoduadua with the organizers of the 'meet and greet' event in Fremont at Union City. Picture: Supplied
  • Minister for Productivity and  Employment Relations Jone Usamate explains the wages issue to members of the  Labasa Chamber of Commerce. Picture: SERAFINA SILAITOGA
  • Children in Savusavu help clean up the area with the Savusavu Rotary Club members. Picture SUPPLIED
  • Airports Fiji Limited made a $45million dividend payout to government yesterday.From L-R: AFL board members Geoffrey Shaw, Tui Macuata Ratu Viliame Katonivere, Minister for Civil Aviation Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum and executive chairman Faiz Khan. Picture: REPEKA NASIKO
  • Probables player Pio Seci is gang-tackled by three Possibles players during the Battle of the Bati trials at Bidesi Park in Suva yesterday. Picture: JOVESA NAISUA

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