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Authority lends helping hand

Ioane Burese
Saturday, February 02, 2013

THE National Fire Authority handed over stationery to the Leadership Fiji Alumni for their Tropical Cyclone Evan appeal.

The presentation at the Suva Fire Station yesterday will benefit affected children in the Western Division.

Authority CEO John O'Connor said they were proud to join hands and help the members of the community in the west during these hard times.

"This is one way of showing appreciation and giving a helping hand to our communities," he said.

"It is a great feeling for the NFA staff to be able to bring smiles to parents and children with these stationery which will be given to the children to assist them in the new school year.

"This also reflects NFA staff corporate responsibilities as part of our community service to our communities and we would like to assure our commitment and to the members of the community that we are all behind them during these difficult times."


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