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  • Lami  receive the ball during the Police Wives Volleyball and Netball tournament at the National Netball Centre yesterday. Picture: JONA KONATACI
  • I don?t think it?s a good idea to keep them on contracts?. Vishal Anand?. Lautoka
  • I think teachers should not be on contracts?.. Sonam Chand?. Lautoka
  • Pene Erinio participates in a snooker championship. He will compete in the upcoming South Seas Club Open Classic this weekend in Lautoka. Picture: REINAL CHAND
  • Descendants of Roderick Simmons one of the nine Simmons brothers during the reunion meet at the Suva Royal Yacht Club yesterday.Picture: SUPPLIED.
  • Sage 300 representatives Sivarajah Luxshumyraj and Danushka De Silva explaining the functions of the Sage 300c program which was officially launched on Wednesday night at GPH in Suva. Picture: JOVESA NAISUA
  • Labasa fans at the U14 final of the Vodafone Fiji Primary Schools Football Championship in Nadi. Picture: REINAL CHAND
  • Labasa gol keeper Joji Vakawaletabua comes out of his mark to stop Nadi strikers during the U14 Final at the Vodafone Fiji Primary Schools Championship in Nadi. Picture: REINAL CHAND
  • Captain Shaesta Waiz shows the flags of the countries she has visited. Pic: SITERI SAUVAKACOLO
  • Kids listen in on a musician during the French classes at the Fiji Museum. Picture: Supplied
  • Tuvalu Prime Minister Enele Sopoaga, Former president of Seychelles Jmeas Michel (from left) Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama , Solomon Islands Forein Affiars minister Milner Tozaka and PIDF Secretary General,  and  Chair of the Pacific Blue Economy Summit Francois Martel during the opening of the Blue Economy Summit in Suva yesterday. Picture: JONA KONATACI
  • Australian High Commissioner Margaret Twomey, top right, joins delegations from the Pacific after the Pacific Women's Climate Negotiators Workshop at the Pacific Islands Form Secretariat in Suva on Thursday, August 24, 2017. Picture: JONACANI LALAKOBAU
  • 2017 Vodafone Ba Riverside Carnival
  • Fiji Airways CEO and managing director Andre Viljoen and Minister for Aviation Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum at a press conference in Nadi yesterday Picture REPEKA NASIKO
  • Fiji Airways plans to purchase three new Viking DHC-6 Series 400 Twin Otter like the one pictured. Picture: SUPPLIED
  • Miss FSC Sharol Chand leads the contestants at Subrail Park on Tuesday. Picture: SERAFINA SILAITOGA
  • Nadi-based teacher Bhawini Narayan at the Civil Service Review and Management Unit and Job Evaluation Exercise  Road Show in Nadi yesterday Picture REPEKA NASIKO
  • Sam and Sujit taking off for their cycling adventure of the 240km Portuguese/Spanish Camino Way, with a specially designed trailer (from Canada) that Sujit will ride in and Sam will pull. Picture: Supplied
  • Fiji Drua's Kini Douglas going through the drills at Bidesi grounds. Picture: ATU RASEA
  • The Vodafone Hibiscus festival Nissan Navara promotion winner 56 year old Phillip Rao from Waimaqera, Vuna in Taveuni standing nect to his brand new car at the Carpenters Motors car showroom in Walu Bay in Suva yesterday. Picture: JOVESA NAISUA
  • The Vodafone Hibiscus Nissan Navara promotion winner 56 year old Phillip Rao from Waimaqera, Vuna in Taveuni (centre) inside his brand new car flanked by the Hibiscus Queen and King Candace Veramu and Lamasi -Beniyamini Vakadranu at the Carpenters Motors car showroom in Walu Bay in Suva yesterday. Picture: JOVESA NAISUA
  • Eastern on the attack against Police HQ during the Police Wives Volleyball and Netball tournament at the National Netball Centre. Picture: JONA KONATACI
  • Navosa Police Wives Volleyball team ready to for their match. Picture: JONA KONATACI
  • Tourism Minister Faiyaz Koya (6th from right) with Tourism Stakeholders at the Momi Battery Historic Park in Nadi. Picture: SUPPLIED
  • Members of the Suva Division at the annual Methodist Church confrence at Centenary church yesterday.Picture ATU RASEA
  • Methodist church Accountant Reverend Sekaia Ratumudu table the financial report during the annual Methodist Church confrence yesterday.Picture ATU RASEA
  • (left) demonstrate the power of the cordless Makita tools during the roadshow organized by Vinod Patel at Albert Park pavillion on Wednesday night. Picture: RAMA.
  • I think it's good at least they can now pick on their performance.  LORAINI CEVA  Labasa
  • Lami Police Wives ready to head to the court. Picture: JONA KONATACI
  • Attorney General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum at the Civil Service Review and Management Unit and Job Evaluation Exercise  Road Show in Nadi yesterday Picture REPEKA NASIKO
  • If our teachers get job contracts, this will mean more secure jobs for them and in return a more effective and effificient service from them and from the ministry as well. JOPE VAKALALA, Suva.
  • HFC Bank Acting CEO Raj Sharma (right)  signing a Memorandum of Understanding with the Pacific Green Managing Director Ravin Chandra at the HFC Bank Suva headquarters yesterday. Picture: JOVESA NAISUA
  • Fiji's Number 1 Professional Sam Lee ready to part of PRO - AM.
  • (L-R) Viking Air Limited international sales director for Africa, Middle East and Asia Pacific Peter Walker, Minister for Aviation and Attorney General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum with FIji Airways CEO and managing director Andre Viljoen following the announcement of Fiji Link's new Twin Otter 400 Series purchase in Nadi. Picture: REPEKA NASIKO
  • This hole which has cables in it, poses a danger to pedestrians using the junction of Matuku Street and Ratu Mara Road in Samabula, Suva. Picture: ELIKI NUKUTABU
  • Getting a job contract is a big deal because then your employment will be more secure and I think teachers deserve that type of security. EMELE RAKIACA, Suva.
  • Team leader WIP Mariana Bolatolu, WSgt Adi Salote Lalabalavu, PC Manasa Ramasirai, WSgt Siteri Kula and WPC Rosilyn Lata will soon depart for a year of duty with UNAMID. Picture: Supplied
  • Commonwealth MSC Climate scholarship reciepient Jone Raituva during the luncheon at British High Commission yesterday. Picture: RAMA.
  • British High Commissioner Melanie Hopkins (middle) with the commonwealth scholarship reciepients, Dr Mike Kama (left),Silivia Atiola (Tonga),Jone Raituva and Emily Moli during the luncheon at British High Commission yesterday. Picture: RAMA.
  • British High Commissioner Melanie Hopkins presents the documents to the commonwealth scholarship reciepient Dr Mike Kama during the luncheon at British High Commission yesterday. Picture: RAMA.
  • 2017 Vodafone Ba Riverside Carnival
  • I think it's good and their performance would improve inorder to keep their contracts.  ARUNESH CHANDRA  Labasa

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