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  • Members of the diplomatic corps, invited guests joined by President Jioji Konrote and staff of the New Zealand High Commission during the Waitagi Day celebration at the New Zealand High Commissioner's residence in Suva last night.
  • New Zealand High Commissioner Mark Ramsden with his staff joined by President Jioji Konrote and invited guests during the Waitagi Day celebration at the New Zealand High Commissioner's residence in Suva last night.
  • From left, Kelera Masirewa, Meredani Liku, Reapi Namoro and Meredani Rasa.
  • Fiji 7s fans at the Sydney 7s last week.
  • Alivereti Veitokani meets his fans in Wellington, New Zealand.
  • Dr Isimeli Tukana try out the vehicle handed over to the SDA Primary School while Dr Vakamocea looks on, in Lami.
  • United Nations Climate Change Secretariat Halldor Thorgeirsson with PM Voreqe Bainimarama and UN Program Officer Karen Smith at Kumi Village in Tailevu yesterday.
  • Leader of Fiji First Party and Prime Minister Voreqe Banimarama (left),Leader of the Opposition, Ro Teimumu Kepa (3rd from left) and NFP Leader Professor Biman Prasad receives the Parliament Handbook from the speaker Dr Jiko Luveni after it?s launch at Parliament yesterday.
  • Minister for Woman,Children and Poverty Alleviation Mereseini Vuniwaqa (left) and Minister for Lands Faiyaz Koya during the Parliament sitting yesterday.
  • The participants of the Pacific Womens Climate Change Negotiators workshop at the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat in Suva yesterday.
  • Piles of rotten manure and farming machines left idle at the Agriculture dredge in Labasa yesterday.
  • Minister for Education Mahendra Reddy (right) in discussions with Minster for Local Government Parveen Kumar as they enter parliament.
  • Vandhana Sharma (left) with Geeta Raniga and Harshila Devia after the Women in Business Awards launch in Nadi yesterday.
  • United Nations Climate Change Secretariat Halldor Thorgeirsson with some of the villagers of Kumi in Tailevu.
  • Minister for Labour Semi Koroilavesau at the Parliament sitting yesterday.
  • Arieta Bale and Taraivosa Dibawa, class 8 students of Nasau/Tuatua primary school mopping the wet muddy floors of their tents after heavy rain causing water to seep through the floor.
  • Fiji Times Editor-in-Chief Fred Wesley ( left),Publisher/Managing Director Hank Arts with lawyer Feizal Hannif outside the Suva High Court yesterday.
  • Children cross the damaged bridge at Paipai Lautoka.
  • Medal recepients with Commissioner of Commissioner of Corrections Commander Francis Kean after their morning parade at Naboro Prison Complex yesterday.
  • Excited about the expnasion of the school, students of Conua District School in Sigatoka brave the rain and participate in the ground breaking ceremoney.
  • Professor Biman Prasad of Opposition (left) and Minister for labour Semi Koroilavesau  during the Parliament sitting yesterday.
  • Nadi Town Council staffs with Assistant Minister for Local Government, Housing and Environment Lorna Eden after the awards night at Tanoa Waterfront in Lautoka .

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