THE people of Kadavu continue to be affected with the expensive air and boat fares.
This is compounded by the poor road conditions and poor mobile phone reception.
Such is the frustration experienced by the islanders that they're seeking government's quick intervention to address these issues.
District representatives at the Kadavu Provincial Council's three-day meeting highlighted these long standing problems.
Kelevi Saukitoga from Nakasaleka said they had continually highlighted these issues and it was time the council considered them seriously.
He said the government needed to revisit the laws that regulate boat and airfares in the outer islands.
Representatives from the district of Yale, Yawe, Nabukelevu, Tavuki, and Sanima have urged government to move faster in constructing the road because moving from one point to another was a major challenge.
Council chairman Aminiasi Katonivualiku called on the delegates to use the forum as an opportunity to address these issues because representatives from government ministries and private sector would be present to answer their queries.
The people of Sanima also proposed that Digicel and TFL construct base stations to improve mobile phone reception.
Meanwhile, Mr Katonivualku said the chiefs of Kadavu would be given a copy of the iTaukei version of the Constitution to read and understand what had been included in the new supreme law.