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  • The Tongan team warming up at Buckhurst Park in Suva.
  • Christians  of different denominations during the prayer meeting in Nadi.
  • Members of the HFC Bank and the families celebrate the bank's 3rd anniversary at Nakasi Tebara Plaza last Saturday.
  • Governor Reserve Bank Barry Whiteside (left) and Chairman HFC Bank Tom Ricketts cut the cake during the HFC Bank 3rd anniversary at Nakasi Tebara Plaza last Saturday.
  • Invited guests during the farewell.
  • Ba Provincial Free Bird Institute teachers during the opening of the new classroom block.
  • The invited guests during the Shipping Services (Ltd) Fiji 25th anniversary at Walu Bay last Friday.
  • The guests during the Shipping Services (Ltd) Fiji 25th anniversary at Walu Bay last Friday.
  • Members of the Samoan rugby side at Nadi Airport yesterday.
  • Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama at the opening of the Navakawau Catholic school classroom.
  • Taveuni natives Maca Hill and Alumeci Vakayavuvosa display their handicrafts during the show in Labasa yesterday.
  • Japan A going through lineout drills at Buckhurst Park.
  • The Japan A team at training at Buckhurst Park in Suva.
  • The Interplast team conducts a surgical procedure at the Labasa Hospital operation theatre yesterday.
  • Women of Cakaudrove showcase their handicrafts at yesterday's handicraft show in Labasa.
  • Jone Tokairavua a famer of Nadakuni village in Naitasiri at the Suva market yesterday.
  • The Fiji Barbarians go through passing drills at Bidesi Park in Suva.
  • From left, John Lord, Laisenia Baleinacagi, Rusiate Ramasima and Esava Qima.
  • Minister for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation Mereseini Vuniwaqa is flanked by Mereani Nawadra, left, and Meli Rarawa during tea break from the Faith Based workshop.
  • Richard Warren left of the Australian Civial Corps DFAT and Padric Harm of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade were participants of the Education Forum that concluded yesterday.