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  • Tevita Ralulu of Tavua talks to the Fiji Times with some of the documents in Suva yesterday.
  • Vasiti Matanatabu of Seatura House wins her junior girls 200 meters final during the Ratu Sukuna Memorial School athletics inter-house competition at ANZ Stadium yesterday.
  • Pranil Singh (left) of Rewa FC, Bradley Bower and Eddie Yuen of Pacific Direct Line and the president of Rewa FC Nazim Buksh during the presentation of fund to the club by Pacific Direct Line yesterday.
  • Luse Talei Veiogo (middle) is congratulated by her sister Ema Vosarewa (left) and mum Amelia Tunidau after receiving the Vice Chancellors Scholarship Award at the FNU campus in Nasinu on Wednesday.
  • Road works being carried out along the mainroad outside FSC mill in Labasa.
  • Women discuss issues during the FemLINK consultation in Labasa.
  • Minister for Transport, Parveen Kumar said the LTA had managed to make progress in their efforts to promote road safety in the country.
  • Athlete Seria Davui of Assemblies of God Hgh School during the school's inter house competition recently yesterday.
  • Moreen Kwong, the fitness instructor for the Zenergy Group Fitness Centre expressed her sentiments on the importance of setting goals for keeping fit.
  • Assemblies of God High school's PEMAC department, Abhay Chand at the ANZ stadium during their interhouse competition on Wednesday.
  • Vaiti Ganivatu in her home. The structure's tarpulin roof was recently removed during last week's rainy weather.
  • A Maneyava villager in his home.
  • Anita Devi with her daughter Angeline Katrina,3 in Nadi yesterday.
  • PM Voreqe Bainimarama smiles at students of Navakasiga District School during his North visit yesterday.
  • Osea Kolinisau (centre) in control as he tries to fend off Samisoni Viriviri during the Fiji 7s team training at the Uprising Beach Resort Grounds in Pacific Harbour yesterday.
  • Osea Kolinisau (centre) in control during the Fiji 7s team training at the Uprising Beach Resort Grounds in Pacific Harbour yesterday.
  • Dr Robin Mitchell ONOC president.
  • Tevita Lagiloaloa on his way to the Police minibus after he appeared at the Suva magistrate court yesterday.
  • Participants in full concentration during the Pacific Climate Diplomacy Seminar Series at USP Laucala campus in Suva on Thursday, February 23, 2017.
  • Fiji Sports Council CEO, Litiana Loabuka during the launch of Super 14 tickets at Fiji Sports Council yesterday.

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