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  • Customes inside the new Pacific Specialist Healthcare at Walu Bay in Suva.
  • Pacific Specialist Health Care staff Dr Kaleli Nacika with Customer Services Manager Bale Vatubua and Customer Service staff Vikashni Chand at their newly opened health centre in Walu Bay.
  • Simla resident Joana Raidriwa has a chat with FCC Compliance & Enforcement officer Harish Chand after the  Fiji Commerce Commission draft Landlord and tenant Act 2017 Public Consultation in Lautoka yesterday.
  • THERE is a great demand from people for free medical screenings performed by specialists brought to the country by Sahyadri Specialty Pacific Hospital Limited Fiji.SSPHL Fiji director Professor Manu Munibhargav said the enquiries from people were regarding orthopedic screenings and surgery, cardiology and cardiac surgeries, and some on cancer.
  • Aselika Nabunobuno during an interview in Lautoka yesterday.
  • Students of Ba Provincial Free Bird Institute with Japanese Ambassador to Fiji Takuji Hanatani after the opening of the new class room block in Lautoka yesterday.
  • Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama with government officials at Niusawa Secondary School on Taveuni where he opened a teacher's quarters.
  • Speaking to the media at the Health headquarters are, from left, Dr Eric Rafai, permanent secretary Phil Davies and WHO rep Angela Merianos in Suva.
  • Meli Tora (left) with Japanese Ambassador to Fiji Takuji Hanatani during the opening of the new class room at Ba Provincial Free Bird Institute in Lautoka yesterday.
  • Year 13 Students of Ba Provincial Free Bird Institute after the opening of the new class room block in Lautoka yesterday.
  • Speaking to the media at the Health headquarters are, from left, Dr Eric Rafai, permanent secretary Phil Davies and WHO rep Angela Merianos in Suva.
  • Relay action at the final change-over in the sub-junior girls 4 X 100 metres relay during the Gospel interhouse at the ANZ stadium.
  • The champion senior boys 4 X 4 metres relay team from St Lukes House, from left, Waisea Vulaono, Jovesa Raceva, Leone Vula kauvaki and Albert Bale at the Gospel Interhouse at the ANZ stadium.
  • Sevuloni Keteiwai (left) of St Johns House, chases down Mewan Lee of St Matthews House at the Gospel Interhouse competition at the ANZ stadium.
  • Fiji 7s team players outside the T-Mobil Arena in Las Vegas yesterday.
  • Fiji 7s team players joined by Head Coach Gareth Baber and manager Jone Niurua with some of the staff and students of Paradise Elementary School in Las Vegas yesterday .
  • Fiji 7s team captain Osea Kolinisau presents a gift to Paradise Elementary School official Kari Basancon after the teams visit in Las Vegas yesterday.
  • The Fiji 7s team led by Apisai Domolailai during their tour of Paradise Elementary School in Las Vegas yesterday.
  • Paradise Elementary School student Sarah clings to Fiji 7s player Kalioni Nasoko during the teams school visit for the Adopt a School Program in Las Vegas yesterday .
  • Fiji 7s captain Osea Kolinisau hi-5's Paradise Elementary School students Jacob and Esmeralda while Samisoni Viriviri looks on during the team visit to the school in Las Vegas yesterday.

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