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  • Miss Dove Alisi Vucago, Miss APCO Shivani Lal, Miss Suva City Council Emali Sua and Miss Superdrug Pharmacy Kalomita Taleimaitoga with the King contestants at the Vodafone Fiji headquarters in Suva yesterday. Picture: JOVESA NAISUA
  • Laila Gonewai (right) of Samabula receives her prize from Abraham Gomez (2nd from left) and Praneeta Devi of Motibhai as marketing manager Fiji Times Ltd Annie Robinson looks on during the presentation yesterday. Picture: ELIKI NUKUTABU.
  • Miss Fiji Times,Charlene Lanyon in all joy after she was named Miss Prople's Choice during the Miss Vodafone Hibiscus special awards night at Vodafone Arena last night. Picture: RAMA.
  • Miss Fiji Times,Charlene Lanyon waves to the crowd after she was named Miss Prople's Choice during the Miss Vodafone Hibiscus special awards night at Vodafone Arena last night. Picture: RAMA.

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