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Love from within

Ivamere Nataro
Wednesday, July 30, 2014

CHANGE from within in an individual is essential in creating a rainbow society centred in love.

This was the message behind the St Joseph's Secondary School annual concert, which began last night.

The students of the all-girls school rocked the stage of Suva Civic Centre as they staged their creative dance, dramas, play, colourful costumes and mass choir with confidence and dignity.

School principal Sister Genevieve Loo said the girls were given a year to use their creativeness and imagination to come up with an item based on the theme.

She said the costumes were from the girls' creative thinking and it related to people the importance of accepting each others' cultures.

The tickets for the concert are selling at the school for $6 for the first two nights and $8 for the final night.

About 500 students will take part in the concert ending tomorrow.








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