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  • Ba Special School student Divnesh Ram (sitting) take part in the 2017 Westcose Games march in Lautoka yesterday. Picture: REINAL CHAND
  • Fiji National Rugby League,CEO,Timoci Naleba with the list of the names of the players announced for the Fiji Residents team as the coach Joe Rabele looks on. Picture: RAMA.
  • Fiji Labour Party leader Mahendra Chaudhry speaking during the political parties meeting with the Standing Committee on Justice, Law and Human Rights at the Parliament Complex in Suva yesterday. Picture: JOVESA NAISUA
  • SODELPA party leader Sitiveni Rabuka and Fiji Labour Party leader Mahendra Chaudhry making their way to meet with the Standing Committee on Justice, Law and Human Rights at the Parliament Complex in Suva yesterday. Picture: JOVESA NAISUA
  • Students Suva Seventh Day adventist College looks at some old artifact at the Fiji Museum. Picture: SOPHIE RALULU
  • Tree planting at Matacawalevu village. Picture: SUPPLIED
  • A Matacawalevu villager transporting various tree plants to be planted. Picture: SUPPLIED
  • Namaka market vendors participate in market extension ground breaking ceremony yesterday. PICTURE: REPEKA NASIKO.
  • Mark Alesana,(from left)l, Junior Ngatokorua and Secretariat of the Pacific Community deputy director general Audrey Aumua were part of the World Maritime Day celebrations at SPC yesterday. Picture: JONA KONATACI
  • Le Cordon Bleu chef lecturer Francis Motta teaching filleting fish to young chefs at GPH in Suva. Picture: ELIKI NUKUTABU
  • Tui Nadi Ratu Vuniyani Navuniuci Dawai (right) with Tui Vuda Ratu Eparama Kitione Tavaiqia and Tui Vitogo Ratu Wiliame Sovasova (back left) with other invited guests after the inauguration  of Tui Nadi at Narewa village in Nadi yesterday. Picture: BALJEET SINGH
  • Civil Servants at Vuo village after planting 300 mangrove plants during the climate change program yesterday. Picture: SUPPLIED.
  • Peoples Democratic Party leader Lynda Tabuya. Picture: JOVESA NAISUA
  • Food scientist Dr Jimaima Lako (left) joins Saras Sharma (Fisheries ministry) and Francis Areki of WWF during the launch of the 'Postharvest Guide for Local Fishermen' handbook in Suva. Picture: ELIKI NUKUTABU
  • Women and children of Draubuta brave the scotching heat to get to the nearest road in Navosa. Picture: SIKELI QOUNADOVU
  • Lusia Are and her nine month old daughter Akanisi Kotoisuva. Picture: SIKELI QOUNADOVU
  • Fiji National Rugby League,CEO,Timoci Naleba with the list of the names of the players announced for the Fiji Residents team as the coach Joe Rabele looks on. Picture: RAMA.
  • Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama with the Fiji Pearls players and team officials during their cocktail and fundraising dinner at the Holiday Inn in Suva on Thursday, September 28, 2017. Picture: JONACANI LALAKOBAU
  • Permanent Secretary for the Women, Children & Poverty Alleviation,  Dr Joe Koroivueta presents a cheque to Netball Fiji's Rubyanne Sorovaki and Ruci Camaitoga in Suva. Picture: ELIKI NUKUTABU
  • James Krishna practises for the Nadi Open at the Nadi Airport Golf Club Course. Picture: REINAL CHAND
  • Pall bearers carry the casket of the late Epeli Lagiloa to his final resting place after the funeral service at Luvunavuaka village in Dawasamu, Tailevu on Thursday, September 28, 2017. Picture: JONACANI LALAKOBAU
  • Families of the late Epeli Lagiloa beside his resting place after the funeral at Luvunavuaka village in Dawasamu, Tailevu on Thursday, September 28, 2017. Picture: JONACANI LALAKOBAU

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