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Salaseini Moceiwai
Monday, January 06, 2014

Excursion trip

A GROUP of children from the US will be in Cakaudrove this week as part of an excursion trip aimed at learning the Fijian way of life. The students will be accompanied by officials from the Cakaudrove Provincial Council office and will be touring some villages in the province.

Patrol continues

POLICE have continued to patrol the streets of Labasa Town as part of their festive season operations. Yesterday, traffic officers were spotted at the Vaturekuka stretch with their speed camera to crack down on speeding vehicles. Divisional police commander Northern SSP Naulumatua Lutunacaucau earlier said the operation would continue until this month. He also said the officers were on a 12-hour shift.

Thanksgiving

LABASA and Savusavu special administrator Vijay Chand organised a thanksgiving party as a token of appreciation to his staff members and sponsors for putting up the first-ever street party in the northern town on New Year's Eve last week. The party was held at the Labasa Town Council depot on Saturday.





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