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  • Models showcase colourful designs during the Fiji Fashion Week Established Designers Show at the Grand Pacific Hotel in Suva.
  • Fuel price increase.
  • Hong Kong Women?s 7s Team at Nadi International Airport yesterday.
  • Hong Kong Mens 7s Team at Nadi International Airport yesterday.
  • Lautoka host Tavua during the first Vodafone National League at Churchill Park yesterday.
  • The number of voters at this year's general elections will be announced soon, says Supervisor for Elections Mohammed Saneem.
  • Fulton Hogan Highways working at the two lane traffic along the Queens road in Veisari due to the landslide.
  • One of the first receipients of the YES program, Rovil Kumar with his certificate after the launch on Thursday.
  • This partially damaged manhole at the corner of Milverton Road next to the Raiwaqa market needs to be fixed.
  • Sisters Sala Ilagi, 10, and Mele Ranadi, 5, completing their back to school shopping at Pacific Bookshop in Suva.
  • Applause all around...members of the Flagstaff community, Fiji Marist Brothers Trust Borad and Police congratulate each other during the signing of the lease agreement for the Flagstaff Community Police post in Nabua.
  • People recover items that was left on the streets of Ba after flood waterers inundated the town yesterday.
  • Navula Hanging Bridge Committee Secretary Umen Prasad checks the water level on the road bridge which sustained minor damages due to the floods in Lautoka.
  • Ba market vendors clean up the mess  in Ba yesterday.
  • Rakesh Pratap shows the damaged tv's from the recent flood in Ba yesterday.
  • A supermarket staffs clean up the mess in Ba yesterday.
  • A farmer wades through the flooded road at Itatoko, Ba yesterday.
  • Amele Tulo with her granddaughter Analaisa Tinai at the Tavua District evacuation centre yesterday.
  • Harish Vikash (left) with Saleshni Vikash clean up the mess from the shop  in Ba yesterday.
  • Arieta Wawatabua (left) and her mother-in-law Latu Finau with her two daughters at their home in Naiwala, Labasa.
  • Men on Taveuni try to recover the twin cab that wernt off road at Waimaqera in South Taveuni yesterday.
  • Air Terminal Services employees hold the placards during the march through Nadi town to raise their grievances yesterday.
  • Vunisaleka school children, from left, Eloni Velovelo, Viniana Tinaimo, Wainikiti Nalulu and Paula Radovu crossing the run down bridge crossing at Narere in Nasinu yesterday.

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