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  • Fiji Bati players Mikaele Ravalawa and Suliasi Vunivalu with fans during the teams departure for Canberra yesterday.
  • John Stewart  with his daughter Wati Stewart at Nadi International Airport yesterday.
  • Sakiusa Nadruku (left)  with his kids Adi Ela and Ratu Coka with his team mate Filimoni Seru at Nadi International Airport yesterday.
  • Fiji Bati fans cheering on the boys during Fiji's second RLWC pool match against Wales at the 1300 Smiles Stadium in Townsville, QLD, Australia.
  • Fiji Bati fans showing their support during Fiji's second RLWC pool match against Wales at the 1300 Smiles Stadium in Townsville, QLD, Australia.
  • Young Fiji Bati fans cheering on the boys during Fiji's second RLWC pool match against Wales at the 1300 Smiles Stadium in Townsville, QLD, Australia.
  • Fiji Bati fans showing their support during Fiji's second RLWC pool match against Wales at the 1300 Smiles Stadium in Townsville, QLD, Australia.
  • Fiji Bati fans showing their support during Fiji's second RLWC pool match against Wales at the 1300 Smiles Stadium in Townsville, QLD, Australia.
  • Jarryd Hayne in action during the Vodafone Fiji Bati's pool match against Wales at 1300 Smiles Stadium in Townsville, QLD, Australia.
  • Fiji Bati fans showing their support during Fiji's second RLWC pool match against Wales at the 1300 Smiles Stadium in Townsville, QLD, Australia.
  • Punter Michael Bonnar at Grants Water House yesterday.
  • Staff of ANZ plant trees on the hills of Malolo Levu as part of a corporate volunteer program to regenerate depleting dry forests in the area.
  • Pine trees chopped down by cyclone Winston at Delaikuku in Tailevu.
  • A young boy tends to his cassava plantation.
  • Housing estate in Suva.
  • Madison Sloane, closest to camera, of Sydney, Australia enjoy a dip in the pool with other tourists at the Warwick Fiji Resort & Spa in Sigatoka on Sunday, September 17, 2017.
  • Owner Jagjit Singh near completion of the Gurbachan Singh Steel factory at Lakena1 in Nausori.
  • Mobile phone parts being dumbed along Joske Street.
  • Akuila Uate in action against Wales during their second RLWC pool match in Townsville, QLD yesterday.
  • USP students  (from left) Tieri Bulivou, Mohammed Ahmed, Aneet Kumar, Shameena Shaeed and Alex Wylde show their support to the COP 23 yesterday.
  • Taraivini Ratumudu pins a blue ribbon on Savenaca Bola during the Movember launch at the Ministry of Lands and Mineral Resources, Industry, Trade and Tourism office in Suva on Monday, November 06, 2017.
  • Kitione Samo fertilizers his cane farm at Varoko, Ba yesterday.
  • Labasa Municipal Council contractors work on the new footpath along Naseakula Street yesterday.
  • Timoci Naulusala, 12, at Nasese foreshore in Suva on Monday, November 06, 2017.
  • PM Voreqe Bainimarama looking at the huge replica of planet earth at the COP23 venue.
  • Fiji Bati players Akuila Uate and Suliasi Vunivalu sharing a moment with John Costigan Junior at the Townsville Aiport during the teams departure en route to Canberra.

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