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  • Minister for Employment and Productivity Jone Usamate (right) with parliamentarians during the parliament sitting last week.
  • Sitiveni Rabuka speaks to the Fiji Times in Suva.
  • Minister for Employment and Productivity Jone Usamate (right) with other minister and parliamentarians during the parliament sitting yesterday.
  • Farmers  packing their dalo from the farm to be  taken to the market.
  • Umen Prasad uses the hanging bridge to cross the flooded Navula River in Lautoka. The deteriorating condition of the hanging bridge poses risk to the residents across the river.
  • A massive landslide caused by heavy rain damaged the Navula Road in Lautoka.
  • Minister for Local Government, Urban Development, Housing and Environment Hon. Praveen Kumarn during break at Parliament last week.
  • Heart patient Sainimere Buatani sitted second from left seeks financial assistance to get a heart surgery abroad.
  • Joseph Chute  a fitness instructor at Metro Fitness Gym in Suva runs along Butt street in Suva.
  • The Fiji mens hockey team after their training yesterday.
  • This bisg pothole at Rev Mustapha road at Namadi Heights needs to be done.
  • A dalo farm in Fiji.
  • Commissioner of Police Brigadier General Sitiveni Qiliho speaks to Josefa Vesilawa and the chairman of the Nataqiri Community, with Josefa Ravia middle, village head of Colo-i-Suva village and Brian Richards during t the commissioners tour at the Southern Division.
  • Salula Nacoli tries to take a body shot at Sarenaca Tyson during their match in Lautoka.
  • Nereo Cakautini slips out of the ring as Siliveni Nawai continues throwing punches during the Main Bout in Lautoka.
  • Professor Biman Prasad of Opposition (left) exits parliament with Minister for Women Mereseini Vuniwaqa after the parliament sitting yesterday.
  • John Krishna Junior connects a right shot to Ronal Naidu?s face during their match in Lautoka.
  • Motorist ran over a pool of water caused by the blocked culvert along the Queens road next to the remand centre at Korovou yesterday.

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