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  • Anand Rajeev (left) with his family show a pile of rubbish along the Saweni Beach Road in Lautoka.
  • The overflowing rubbish bins at Saweni Beach in Lautoka.
  • Fisherman Kali Vignesh commonly known as Mannu shows the rubbish left behind by the beach goers at Saweni Beach in Lautoka.
  • A pile of rubbish along the Saweni Beach Road in Lautoka.
  • Japanese ambassador Masahiro Omura having discussions with Lautoka Delana Primary School head teacher Joeli Derenalagi during the grant contract signing in Suva.
  • The construction of the Median Cinema which began in the 1950's.
  • Addition of the finishing construction touches to the cinema in 1954.
  • Movie goers stream out of the cinema after a screening in the 1970s.
  • The 180th Dateline Meridian ceremony still stands at Wairiki in Taveuni today.
  • Rubbish pile up along Kuluva Street in Newtown needs to be cleared.
  • Gareth Baber congratulates his boys after the match against Wales.
  • Unity Fiji Party leader Savenaca Narube addressing the media during their press conference in Suva yesterday.
  • The sunken fishing vessel is towed into the old Taveuni jetty last month.
  • Nawajikuma resident Joseva Waqenia shows the mark of flood waters on Saturday after a heavy rain in Nadi.
  • Members of the Fiji Airways Fiji sevens side  with the Hamilton Sevens trophy l at FMG Stadium Hamilton, New Zealand yesterday.

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