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  • Students of Dudley High School at the Winston Commemoration service at Albert Park in Suva.
  • Sky is the limit......Rio Olympics bound athlete Sisilia Seavula (right) with her coach Bola Tufou at the ANZ Stadium after the trainng yesterday. They fly out today for Rio.
  • Minister for Health Rosy Akbar with Rheumatic Heart Disease patient Walter Tokarua (left) joined by the New Zealand Deputy High Commissioner Amanda Vercoe, Gavidi Browne and Zafirah Nisha during the cake cutting ceremony at the opening of the Rheumatic Heart Disease Prevention and Control program workshop at Novotel Hotel in Lami today.
  • (L-R) Bulou Elenoa, Fred Grimm (ICRC Head of Regional Delegation), FRC President Wiley Clarke, Kathryn Clarkson (IFRC Head of Country Cluster Support), FRC Director General Filipe Nainoca and Ifereimi Masibalavu cutting their cake for the 1 year TC Winston Commemoration at the Suva head office yesterday.
  • Residents of Nakorotari outside Labasa Town take a look at the newly constructed crossing in their area.
  • Sisilia Seavula training before the Rio Olympic games.
  • Rajen Kumar at the waterfall where his wife fell on Sunday afternoon in Waiyavi Lautoka.
  • Pallbearers carrying the coffin of Vikrant Nand during his funeral procession at the Wainibuka/Nasinu Crematory yesterday.
  • Minister for Health Rosy Akbar shares a light moment with Rheumatic Heart Disease patient Walter Tokarua with mother Erini at the opening of the Rheumatic Heart Disease Prevention and Control program workshop at Novotel Hotel in Lami yesterday.
  • Authur Penjueli shows the soil erosion caused by a nearby creek in Bioletti Street in Lautoka.
  • Sekonaia Biu of Viani helps his brother build a two bedroom house at naweni recently.
  • A market vendor at the Nabouwalu market stands at the female toilet which had to be closed because it was completely run down.
  • Students of Veiuto Primary School at the Winston Commemoration service at Albert Park in Suva.
  • Ra High School principal Naisa Cama Toko, his staff, head boy Asiprurusi Tagane and students hold up a wreath to commemorate victims of TC Winston at the commemoration service at Albert Park in Suva.
  • Volunteers and staff of the Fiji Red Cross showing their Winston hand gestures while being joined by their Director General Filipe Nainoca and the President Wylie Clarke in Suva yesterday.
  • Students of Vatuwaqa Primary School were part of the Commemoration ceremony for victims of TC Winston at Albert Park in Suva yesterday.
  • Students of St Vincent Primary School at the Winston Commemoration service at Albert Park in Suva.
  • Fijiana Rusila Nagasau walks out of the FRU office while fellow team mate Asinate Savu looks on in Suva.

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