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  • Semi Kunatani with his fellow villagers after the unveiling of the village billboard donated by Sigatoka River Safari yesterday.
  • Naveyago Villagers escort Semi Kunatani for the unveiling of the village billboard donated by Sigatoka River Safari yesterday.
  • Semi Kunatani and George Gregan pose for a photo with the Naveyago villagers after unveiling of the village billboard donated by Sigatoka River Safari yesterday.
  • Semi Kunatani receives his cheque from Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama at his office yesterday.
  • The fire station being constructed at Seaqaqa.
  • George Gregan and the school management check the newly built multipurpose court at Naqalimare District School in Sigatoka.
  • George Gregan unveils the Semi Kunatani Multipurpose court at Naqalimare District School in Valley Road Sigatoka.
  • George Gregan accepts a bowl of kava during the traditional ceremony at Naqalimare District School in Sigatoka.
  • Fiji Water and Neptune Shipping staff with members of the Fiji 7s team at their  office yesterday.
  • Fiji Water director Sales George Kotobalavu, Fiji Water CEO Mr Rokoseru Nabalarua presents the cheque to Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama yesterday.
  • Sanjay Kumar 46 celebrate after recieving their new veichle at Carpenters Motors showroom yesterday.

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