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  • Members of the Namosi Provincial Council during their meeting Navua yesterday.
  • Ro Romanu Matanitobua the chairman of the Namosi Provincial Council speaks during the meeting at Navua yesterday.
  • Commissioner of Fiji Corrections Service Francis Kean raises a point during the 37th Asian Pacific Conference of Correctional Administrators in Nadi.
  • Boca resident, Shiu Narayan points at the blocked drains that always gets flooded.
  • Laisa Digitaki-Waleilakeba with her fancy hat during the Melbourne Cup hosted by Rotary Club of Suva at GPH yesterday.
  • 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 cheering on the boys during Fiji's second RLWC pool match against Wales at the 1300 Smiles Stadium in Townsville, QLD, Australia.
  • Eloni Vunakece at the Strand in Townsville, QLD, Australia yesterday.
  • Jarryd Hayne in action during the Fiji Bati trianing in Northbourne Oval groundsin Canberra.
  • Akuila Uate in action during the Fiji bati training at the Northbourne Grounds in Canberra, Australia yesterday.
  • Fiji Bati fans showing their support during Fiji's second RLWC pool match against Wales at the 1300 Smiles Stadium in Townsville, QLD, Australia.
  • Salesi Junior Faingaa in action during the Vodafone Fiji Bati training at the Northbourne Oval Grounds in Canberra, Australia.
  • Fiji Bati fans Livai Dagaga, Alipate Koro and Iliesa Mudu at Fiji's second RLWC pool match against Wales at the 1300 Smiles Stadium in Townsville, QLD, Australia.
  • Ashton Sims gestures towards the camera after the Vodafone Fiji Bati training at the Northbourne Oval grounds in Canberra, 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.
  • Top Try Scorer Award Recipient Roger Qoro with his mother Sereima Qoro.
  • The participants during the World Rugby Match Officials Workshop at FASANOC yesterday.
  • Republic of the Fiji Military Forces engineers during the Sappers Day celebration.
  • The participants during the World Rugby Match Officials Workshop at FASANOC yesterday.
  • Players and supporters enjoy their dinner.
  • From left, Manasa Cava, Maciu Uluiviti, Raiwalui Niumataiwalu, Savenaca Drawe and Samuela Bula.
  • Villagers at the awards night.
  • Engineers pose for the camera during celebration.
  • Farewell the Durga Deo the Fiji Times transport manager last week.
  • Farewell the Durga Deo the Fiji Times transport manager last week.
  • Fiji Marriott Momi Bay Resort GM Silvano Dressino (left) with Motibhai group executive director Bhupendra Patel during the wine testing event at Sheraton Fiji Resort & Spa, Denarau Nadi.
  • Shalendra Prasad (left) with Sue Clark, Motibhai Group chairman and CEO Kirit Patel  and Fiji Sugar Corporation chief executive officer Graham Clark during the wine testing at Sheraton Fiji Resort & Spa, Denarau Nadi.
  • Fiji Bati fans showing their support during Fiji's second RLWC pool match against Wales at the 1300 Smiles Stadium in Townsville, QLD, Australia.
  • Permanent Secretary for Rural & Maritime Development and National Disaster Management, Meleti Bainimarama and Lt-Col Semi Mocelutu cuts the cake during the Sappers Day celebration.
  • Inia Seruiratu.

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