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  • Etuate Bola (left) could not contain his tears after he was named as a Fiji Bati. Standing beside him is his father Malakai Bola and partner Adi Mere Baleinaivalu after the Battle of the Bati earlier this month.
  • Officially named as a Fiji Bati player to represent Fiji to the RLWC 2017 Etuate Tagicakibau (centre) of the Fiji Residents in action during the Battle of the Bati competition against the Overseas Bati at the ANZ Stadium in Suva yesterday.
  • Fiji Cancer Society's Talei Osbourne (third from left) joins other stakeholders in a photo during a Morning Tea at Munro Leys last month.
  • This huge pile of mud has this pedestrian walking dangerously close to a vehicle at the junction of Tiri and Nadawa roads in Nasinu.
  • The Fiji Times director Jignesh Patel (front left),Editor-in-Chief Fred Wesley,publisher/managing director Hank Arts (back left) with unidentified person during their court appearence yesterday.
  • Attorney General responds the media outside Suvavou House yesterday.
  • Robin Lal the manager of Engeneering Industrial Supplies looks through the broken door after the break in on Sunday night.
  • Attorney General Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum (middle) meets with staff of Fiji Ports Corporation Limited during the presentation of their bonus payment and divident cheque to government in Suva.
  • Fiji Airways Drua meets the Queensland Country in the National Rugby Championship at Churchill Park in Lautoka.
  • Junior Roqica tackling team mate Sitiveni Moceidreke during the teams training session at Prince Charles Park in Nadi yesterday.
  • Fiji Airways 7s head coach Gareth Baber speaks to his players during their team training session at the Uprising Beach Resort grounds in Deuba, Pacific Harbour on Thursday, October 12, 2017.
  • Vegetable farmer Subhash Tulsi at his farm in Bulileka yesterday.
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  • Suva King's wharf as seen from Tappoos City.
  • BSP's Malakai Naiyaga (fifth from left) joins executive members of the Fiji Human Resources Institute during the cheque presentation in Suva.
  • Attorney General Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum (middle) poses with staff of Fiji Ports Corporation Limited after the presentation of their bonus payment and divident cheque to government in Suva.
  • President of SDA church Fiji pastor Luke Narabe (right) with other church leaders from seven day Adventist church and Methodist church giving their blessing to the newly appointed tui Nadi Ratu Vuniyani Navuniuci Dawai during the inauguration at Narewa village in Nadi yesterday.
  • FSC employees operate the A side cane carrier  during the tipping of sugar cane at Lautoka Sugar Mill for the start of 2017 crushing season yesterday.
  • Senior Political Journalist David Mark (fifth from left) with students and lecturers of  Uni Of Fiji in Lautoka yesterday.
  • A fisherman on his way home at Nasese yesterday.
  • Marcelo Montoya in action during the Fiji Bati training session.

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