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  • Attorney General and Minister for Economy Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum with the awardees during the Natabua High School Prize Giving Ceremony in Lautoka.
  • The cane drivers wait with loads at Lautoka Sugar Mill.
  • It's time to break the culture of silence around crimes against our children.
  • Lillis Ekbladh, Fana Salome Stroble, Driya Helli Kumar and Anderson Peric Passin reading.
  • Imtiaz Ali (centre) with other labourers plant sugar cane at one of the farms in Paipai Lautoka.
  • Solicitor General Sharvada Nand Sharma, (left) and Fiji Public Service Association general secretary Rajeshwar Singh after the tribunal appearence at magistrates court yesterday.
  • Students of ACS at the launch of Climate Change Disaster Resilient Project at Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort in Sigatoka yesterday
  • Residents of Labasa compete in a bilibili race as part of the Climate Change celebrations in Labasa.
  • Loata Vanua, the wife of late Jale Taniela on her way to pay the wreathe of flowers during Remembrance Day in Labasa yesterday.
  • Sailasa Wairoaroa Malani leads the way for the 14 accused serving sentences for 33 counts of sedition at the Lautoka High Court yesterday.
  • ASP Rusiate Ryland (right) escorting three students of Marist Brothers High School to the Totogo Police Post in Suva yesterday. The students of Marist Brothers High School were not  part of the brawl at the Suva Bus Stand. Any inconvenience caused to the students and families is regretted.
  • Marchers take to the streets during the closing of Climate Change Week in Suva yesterday.
  • Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama is joined by orators, from left, Shreya Kumar (West), Shalvi Shakshi (North) and Timoci Naulusala (Central/ Eastern) in planting a tree during the closing of Climate Change Week in Suva.

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