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  • Waituri road in Nausori covered with water during the flooding yesterday.
  • Residents of Ra wade through the flooded Rakiraki town yesterday.
  • Rakiraki fire fighters on alert as flood waters started to rise in Rakiraki town yesterday.
  • Jonetani Talemaitoga with his achievements at Tavakubu in Lautoka yesterday.
  • Hari Raj Naicker with his achievements at his home in Laucala Beach, Suva on Saturday, December 17, 2016.
  • Mosese Waqabaca a resident of  Viraisi settelment at the Nadera Methodist Church hall yesterday.
  • Losipa Mele of Viraisi settelment talking to two the Fiji Red Cross volunteers during their visit the at the Nadera Methodist Church hall yesterday.
  • Sita Koro of the Fiji Red Cross visit the Viraisi settelment residence at the Nadera Methodist Church hall yesterday.
  • A dalo farm at Sawani covered with water during the flood.

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