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  • Minister for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation staff registering villagers for the Help for Home scheme in Wainibuka.
  • Minister for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation staff registering villagers for the Help for Home scheme at Qelekuro village in Tailevu.
  • Villagers in Wainibuka crowd around during an announcement by Uliano Kataiwai (with of the Minister for Women, Children & Poverty Alleviation, during the Help for Homes drive in Wainibuka yesterday.
  • Ilaisa Raqili busy working at Nila Beach Resort at Vuda Point road in Lautoka.
  • Grilled Lobster on of the menus of Nila Beach resort.
  • A sunset view from Nila Beach Resort at Vuda Point road in Lautoka.
  • KKU's Bill Cokanauto (left) with Bigwilz, Steven Heatley and Jim Ratusila at the Rise Up Fiji fundraiser.
  • Passengers waiting to be picked up at the Nausori end of the damaged Kings road in Kasavu.
  • The damaged part of Kings road at Kasavu is using only one lane for motorists.
  • Isimeli Savutini inside his house which was damaged by fire at Balawa  road in Lautoka.
  • Ilisapeci Tamani and Talei Draunibaka perform Yalo E Veiciriyaki.
  • Paulini Curuenavuli sings a number during the Fiji Performing Rights Association (FPRA) Music awards at the Grand Pacific Hotel in Suva on Saturday, May 14, 2016.
  • Members of the Fiji volleyball federation during their workshop yesterday.
  • Mukesh Kumar at his damaged home in Bureta Street,Samabula.
  • Women special constable, Josifini Takayawa (left) escorts Leba Bale Tuiloma to the Magistrate court in Suva yesterday.
  • Guitarists Maxie Columbus (left) and Robert Verma with jazz legend Tom Mawi at the Fiji Jazz & Blues Festival.
  • A bus attempts to cross a debris covered road  at Nanuku, Ra.
  • Anisa Naquila Silivalili with a  picture of her son Tevita Malasebe in Lautoka yesterday.
  • Anisa Naquila Silivalili with a  picture of her son Tevita Malasebe in Lautoka yesterday.