RESIDENTS of Wailekutu in Lami have voiced their frustrations again at poor water supply over the past 10 years.
Panoramic View resident Josephine Miller said she was trying to get a petition signed by the 20 families living in the area to protest against the water supply.
"We've been having cuts without notification, and the water cuts can go on for one or two months," Ms Miller told this newspaper.
"It's really frustrating because no one is giving us any answer."
She said they had appealed to the Prime Minister's office and were thankful for a tank given to the neighbourhood.
But Ms Miller said the tanks were not filled often enough, and about 100 members of the community faced difficulty in processing laundry, the shortage of water in toilets and a shortage of drinking water.
"I have to go to a friend who lives in Lami to have a shower, especially when the tanks are not filled.
"Otherwise I have a bathtub at home and I have to fill it."
Responding to questions, WAF chief executive Opetaia Ravai said the water problems only occurred in the past seven weeks as the authority constructed pressure reducing valves.
"The two areas are now consistently getting good water pressures," he said.
However, Ms Miller said the area continued to experience water cuts in the past two days.
She said this was not the first time the WAF had failed to keep its promise.