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  • The crew of the Uto ni Yalo wave upon arrival at the Suva shore yesterday after spending 9 days out at sea. Picture: JOVESA NAISUA
  • Staff members of 3 Hungry Bears Karaoke Bar during the opening in Lautoka. Picture: BALJEET SINGH
  • RKS old boys enjoying their bowl of Kava during their celebration in Labasa. Picture -LUISA QIOLEVU.
  • School principals that were part of their conference at Studio 6 (from left) Eliasere Ratunaulu, Isireli Koroituku, Veretariki Sila, Emoni Tuvui and Maikali Benaca. Picture: JONA KONATACI
  • General manager of the Grand Pacific Hotel, Peter Gee and Chinese Ambassador to Fiji Zhang Ping. Picture: JONA KONATACI
  • PNG students who provided entertainment during the Papua New Guinea day celebrations at the Pacific Islands Forum office. . Picture: JONA KONATACI
  • Sugar festival contestants at the Ministry of Health Western Headquarters yesterday. Picture: KALESI MELE
  • Heads of various government departments and Ministries during their workshop at the Ministry of Forests boardroom yesterday. Picture -LUISA QIOLEVU.
  • Oceania Rugby's 15  Non-elected Women's Director Cathy Wong, showing the Womens pools of the Oceania Rugby 7s Championships at the Grand Pacific Hotel yesterday. Picture: JONA KONATACI
  • Participants at the ILO Working Out of Disaster workshop in Nadi. Picture SUPPLIED
  • eTransport agent Serene Bola issues a new card to 78 year old Prem Wati at the eTransport registration drive in Nausori yesterday. Picture: JOVESA NAISUA
  • US Ambassador Judith Cefkin with staff of the US Embassy. Picture: BALJEET SINGH
  • Viliame Mata training with the Drua at the Bidesi grounds yesterday. Picture: JONA KONATACI
  • Staff of Courts, listen in to Bernsport technician Tracey Tier (far right) during a training workshop at their Service Centre at Laucala Beach Estate in Nasinu. Picture: ELIKI NUKUTABU
  • Charge Nurse Sakaraia Vunakece discusses an issue with the AG Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum during the consultations in Nausori yesterday. Picture: JOVESA NAISUA
  • Queen Elizabeth drive now open to traffics. Picture: SUPPLIED

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