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  • Jovilisi Rokoiri of Army is pictured with the Escott Shield after the Suva Rugby Union press conference at the Captain Stanley Brown Naval Base at Walu Bay, Suva on Thursday, August 31, 2017. Picture: JONACANI LALAKOBAU
  • Suva eagles player Inoke Buadromo breaks through the Lautoka Crusaders defence during the Vodafone interzone competion round 3 at Lawaqa Park, Nadroga. Picture: SOPHIE RALULU
  • Bowlers participate in the William and Goslings Masters Pairs in Nadi. Picture: REINAL CHAND
  • Fiji Drua's Kini Douglas going through the drills at Bidesi grounds. Picture: ATU RASEA
  • YEARS Seven and Eight students of Mualevu District School in Vanua Balavu stand in front of the tent they have been using for classes since Tropical Cyclone Winston Picture:TEVITA VUIBAU
  • Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama (left) presents a new mahogany licence to the chairman of the Fiji Mahogany Trust, Jona Sevura, at Suvavou House yesterday. Picture: MANASA KALOUNIVITI
  • Attorney General and Minister for Economy Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum speak to the participants at the Fiji Institute of Accountants Symposium in Namaka. Picture: REINAL CHAND
  • Lomaloma Sub-Divisional Hospital staff members celebrate the return of their Sea Ambulance at Lomaloma Village on Vanua Balavu in the Lau Group yesterday. Picture: TEVITA VUIBAU
  • Leading Seaman Jope Vakaloloma shaking hands with Petty Officer Conrad Cook during the farewell of the the 26 crew members of the New Zealand Navy inshore patrol vessel the HMNZS Hawea at the Stanley Brown Naval Base in Walu Bay today. Picture: JOVESA NAISUA
  • Wife Merelita with son Moses Rebaio of the deceased Rebaio Mikeru at Navua yesterday. Picture: RAMA
  • US Army specialists are pictured with US ambassador Judith Cefkin and Rear Admiral Viliame Naupoto during the closing of the 2017 Pacific Resilience Disaster Response Exercise and Exchnage at the Grand Pacific Hotel in Suva yesterday. Picture: JONA KONATACI
  • Students of Mavana District School rush out of their village hall classrooms in Vanuabalavu. Picture: TEVITA VUIBAU
  • Minister for Employment, Productivity and Industrial Relations,Jone Usamate (left) addresses the senior officers of the Fiji Corrections Service during the leadership forum at Novotel Convention Centre yesterday. Picture: RAMA.
  • Members of the Republic of the Fiji Military Forces Band perform in the 'military tattoo' during the 100th year celebration of the band at the Queen Elizabeth Barracks in Nabua, Suva, last Friday night as fireworks light up the skies. Picture: JOVESA NAISUA
  • RB Centrepoint supermarket at Laucala Beach Estate in Nasinu. Picture: ELIKI NUKUTABU

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