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Suva residents advised to store water

By MERE NALEBA
Sunday, February 23, 2014

Update: 11:40AM RESIDENTS living in the Greater Suva areas should be expecting intermittent water supplies because of the low water level at the Flagstaff and Toorak reservoirs.

Water Authority of Fiji Communications Officer Navinesh Kumar confirmed that water cuts are expected to be in the Nasese, Flagstaff and Muanikau areas in Suva.

Members of the public living in these areas have been advised to store water.








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