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  • Fiji Rugby Union CEO John O'Connor and head trainer Nacanieli Cawanibuka is pictured with certificate recipients after the certificate presentation for World Rugby Level 1 Accredited Strength and Conditioning Coaches at the Fiji Corrections Service gym in Naboro on Saturday, January 20, 2018.
  • Biren Kumar (front) with Avinesh Gosai and Ram Khelawan.
  • Retired Nurses Association Fiji president,Lavinia Padarath (left), with FNA General Secretary Salanieta Batiavi and member Aloesi Leqa reading the Fiji Nurses and Associates Credit Union?s newly launched book
  • Fiji Rugby Union head trainer Nacanieli Cawanibuka presents the certificate to Asenaca Senileba.
  • Members of the Fiji Nurses and Associates Credit Union pose for a photo during the 40th anniversary celebrations in Suva during the weekend.
  • Lales Millennium group Of Companies Ltd staffs during the fundraising drive at New Town beach in Nadi.
  • From left, Joe Taoi, Div Damodar and Adi Koila Nailatikau.
  • From left, Letila Ravea, Netani Maiwaqa, Tui Rokodulu and Ronesh Prasad.
  • Lales Millennium group Of Companies Ltd management and staffs during the fundraising drive at New Town beach in Nadi .
  • From left, Kumar Patel, Grant Burnes, Jon Apted and Asivina Tuilevuka.
  • Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama meets with the Tappoo family during the opening of Tappoo City in Lautoka yesterday.
  • Members of the ATS workers  with their family members after the church service outside the ATS Head Quarters in Nadi yesterday.
  • Members of the ATS workers enjoy with their family members after the church service outside the ATS Head Quarters in Nadi yesterday.
  • Nawaka Methodist Church Members during the church service outside the ATS Head Quarters in Nadi yesterday.
  • Members of the ATS workers  enjoy lunch after the church service outside the ATS Head Quarters in Nadi yesterday.
  • Minister for Health and Medical Services Rosy Akbar shares a light moment with school children after the launch.
  • Staff nurse Lanieta Talolo, left, attends to patients at the Valelevu Health Centre in Nasinu on Wednesday, January 17, 2018.
  • Medical staff members pose for a group photo.
  • Medical staff members pose infront of the newly unveiled plaque.
  • From left, Veniana Raitamata, Katalaini Tagicakibau and Silina Tagisaya.
  • Ambassador of Japan Masahiro Omura meeting the staff of Gospel School of the Deaf during the grant assistance signing.
  • From left, Sheenal Singh, Abhiyendra Pratap, Romika Lal, Sanjeshwar Ram and Ravneel Prasad.
  • Supervisor of Elections, Mohammed Saneem chats with Commissioner of Police Brigadier General Sitiveni Qiliho before the launch.
  • Ambassador of Japan Masahiro Omura and Chairman for Gospel School of the Deaf Howard Politini,officiate in the grant assistance signing yesterday.
  • Board Chairman for Gospel School of the Deaf Howard Politini, Ambassador of Japan Masahiro Omura School Manager  Nausori Special School Jitendra Bhan and Medical Superintendent at Labasa Divisional Hospital Jaoji Vulibeci after the grant assistance signing yesterday.
  • Electoral Commission chairperson Suresh Chandra, left, presents an award to Arin Kumar.
  • Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama in front and Minister for Education Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum duirng the commissioning of school furniture and equipment at CMF College in Nasinu, Suva last week.
  • Back in action?..ATS workers who were locked out of their work stations for 35 days return to work last Monday.
  • Shoppers rush to supermarkets as they stock up for cylone seasons.
  • Permanent Secretary for Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism,Shaheen Ali (left) during the presentation of PAFCO annual report to the standing committee on Economic Affairs yesterday.
  • Board Chairman for Gospel School of the Deaf Howard Politini, Ambassador of Japan Masahiro Omura School Manager  Nausori Special School Jitendra Bhan and Medical Superintendent at Labasa Divisional Hospital Jaoji Vulibeci after the grant assistance signing yesterday.
  • Food supplies for the Uto ni Yalo crew.
  • Elders of Yaqaga Village welcome the crew from the Uto Ni Yalo.
  • Women of Yaqaga Village with core crew members of the Uto Ni Yalo.
  • Fresh fish for a healthy meal on the Uto ni Yalo.