PARTS of Nasinu will face water supply disruptions until 9pm today.
The Water Authority of Fiji says this will allow workers to repair a leaking water main.
Affected areas — along Kings Rd from Kinoya junction to the Ratu Dovi Rd junction, Khalsa Rd, Cakau Housing, Delainamasi Govt School, Sacau Rd, AOG Primary, Lower Caubati Subdivision and Wainivula Rd.
Supply is expected to resume tomorrow morning.
Work in PNG
FIJI'S High Commission in PNG is liaising with companies in that country's Liquefied Natural Gas project to enable Fijians to work there.
The PNG concept entails construction of LNG processing plants and associated gas treatment, storage, jetty and marine offloading facilities.
High Commissioner Niumaia Tabunakawai recently joined other heads of diplomatic missions to visit the plant in Port Moresby.
JOSEPHINE Smith-Moffat has been appointed chairperson of the Biosecurity Authority of Fiji board while Nigel Skeggs is chairman of the Maritime Safety Authority of Fiji board.
Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum said the two were strong choices for the posts.
Ms Smith-Moffat previously served as Fiji Hotel and Tourism Association director while Mr Skeggs is managing director and CEO of Port Denarau Marina.
THE Works Ministry recently visited Lau to witness the progress of government development projects there.
Deputy secretary of operations Manasa Lesuma visited the islands to check the viability of setting up a biofuel mill.
There are plans to set up six biofuel mills this year.
This will be made possible through the Biofuel Unit, which is responsible for the installation of biofuel mills in rural and maritime Fiji.
7K for relief
A FORMER Fiji resident who contributed to the PM's Flood Relief Fund has commended government's efforts in the aftermath of the two disasters.
Doctor Dhyan Lal, who went to the US in 1962 but says Fiji remains close to his heart, gave $7000.
He told the PM he had visited areas in Nadi where he heard people commending government's efforts for all the work they had done.