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  • Staff of Sunny Pizza hard at work at their newly opened Sunny Pizza restaurant next to Kundan Singh Supermarket in Suva this morning. Picture: JOVESA NAISUA
  • MSP's executive director Jennifer Poole (Far Right) during the signing of the MOU. Picture: SUPPLIED
  • Children and youths of Naivaka village at their village shoreline which continues to be claimed by the sea everyday forcing villagers to move. Picture: LUKE RAWALAI
  • Minister for Health and Medical Services Rosy Akbar and the Fiji Huma Rights and Anti Discrimination Commission Director Ashwin Raj joined by guests and activists observing a setup of shoes representing the lives lost to suicide in the country. Picture: JOVESA NAISUA
  • The children from Moraya in Qauia celebrating the Lami Town 40th Anniversary at the Tikaram Park yesterday. Picture: JOVESA NAISUA
  • Japan Hockey and Fiji Womens Hockey team after final of the Oceania Cup at the National Fitness Centre yesterday. Picture: JONA KONATACI
  • Atheletes stadsing at Korman stadium duing the closing of the Pacific Mini Games.Picture ATU RASEA
  • New Caledonia walks towards the main stage at Korman stadium during the closing of ther Pacific Mini Games in Vanuatu.Picture ATU RASEA
  • Volunteers coming in at the Korman stadium durinmg the closing ceremony.Picture ATU RASEA
  • Sharlene Nand the Team Fiji physio packing their bags at Central School in Port Vill, Vanuatu.Picture PRAVIN NARAIN
  • Vilimoni Vakabuto on attack for Navunisareki against Draulu during the Sugar sevens at Churchill Park in Lautoka yesterday. Picture: BALJEET SINGH

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