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  • Staff of Taveuni Central School on Taveuni in their Fiji Day wear. Picture SUPPLIED
  • Members of the Fiji Red Cross Society branch in Labasa at the celebrations. Picture SUPPLIED
  • Labasa Hospital staff in their Fiji Day colors on Monday at Subrail Park. Picture SUPPLIED
  • The staff of The Hot Bread Kitchen Butt St branch Miliame Cagi, Jokaveti Ranadi, Lanieta Tukitoga, Asenaca Robanakadavu with their Fiji Day Cakes yesterday. Picture: JOVESA NAISUA
  • Tuli Cirivakayawa (left) and Laisiana Bui at FNPF Plaza during the Fiji Day holiday. Picture: RAMA
  • A group from the Banaban community in Labasa with their costumes after performing at the Labasa celebrations. Picture LUKE RAWALAI
  • Cancer survivor Nanise Marama (middle) with her husband Poasa Yabakidrau with Philip Low of Fiji Cancer Society. Picture: SUPPLIED.
  • Farmers and villagers living along the Naboro Cocoa Road, located 30 kilometres outside of Korovou Town, are now benefiting from the work that was carried out to improve the road. Naboro Cocoa Road gets upgraded by Fulton Hogan. Picture: SUPPLIED
  • People in Blue flocked the grounds of Prince Charles Park during the Fiji Day celebration yesterday. Picture: REINAL CHAND
  • High school students performing during the national day celebrations outside the presidential complex. Picture: NASIK SWAMI
  • People enjoy entertainment at the Fiji Independence Day Celebration at Prince Charles Park Nadi. Picture: REINAL CHAND
  • Children show Patriotism during the Fiji Independence Day Celebration at Prince Charles Park Nadi. Picture: REINAL CHAND
  • Letters to the Editor Contributor Narayan Reddy (2nd from left) join the volunteers and Field 4 Central Community Commiitee members for the clean-up of the Waiyavi Waterfall in Lautoka. Picture: REINAL CHAND
  • Funds Raised from the Kasavu Primary School Fiji Dau Fundraiser will help refurbish the current school facilities. Picture: LUKE RAWALAI.
  • Families from the Labasa Hospital's Eye Department enjoy themselves at Korovatu beach yesterday. Picture: LUKE RAWALAI.
  • Volau Tamaivai of Lami writes a message on Masi that is displayed at FNPF Plaza that will be taken to COP 23 meet in Germany. Picture: RAMA
  • Alumita Bulicokocoko (left),Vasiti Mosi and Mere Bale Rayasi having lunch during the Fiji Day celebration at Raralevu Nausori yesterday.Picture: MERE NALEBA.
  • The students of Vunidawa Sanatan Primary school performs an item during the Fiji Day celebration at Vunidawa yesterday. Picture: MERE NALEBA
  • People in Blue flocked the grounds of Prince Charles Park during the Fiji Day celebration yesterday. Picture: REINAL CHAND
  • James Storer (centre) looks for support during the Fiji Bati trainig session at Albert Park in Suva yesterday. Picture: JOVESA NAISUA
  • Eloni Vunakece streches prior to the Fiji Bati training session at Albert Park yesterday. Picture: JOVESA NAISUA
  • AUSTRALIAN-BORN Ashton Sims of the Fiji Bati team after training at Albert Park in Suva yesterday. Picture: JOVESA NAISUA
  • Winners Tour of Fiji cycling. Picture: SUPPLIED
  • North farmers have been encouraged to involve themselves in livestock farming as the Northern Development Program calls for more project proposals on livestock assistance. Picture: FT FILE
  • Ben Kubuwai with his grandfather Josese Masirewa. Picture: PAULINI RATULAILAI

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