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Labasa starts clean-up after Evan

By ANA MADIGIBULI
Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Update: 6:35PM LIFE in Labasa appears to be returning to normal as shop owners have started cleaning up their shops for business.

This was confirmed by the Special Administrator Vijay Chand yesterday.

Mr Chand said the weather condition in the north was calm and that everyone was working together to ensure that life returned to normal soon.

"The Labasa market will be open tomorrow and we will carry out further cleaning up tomorrow," Mr Chand said.

"The roads in the town are open.

"There were some broken branches on the roads but they have been cleared."

He said some of the shops were open today and they expected more shops to start normal business from tomorrow.

He said power and water supply have been restored in the town.


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