Fiji Time: 4:43 PM on Tuesday 3 March

Fiji Times Logo

/ Front page / News

Flood warning remains in force

By FELIX CHAUDHARY
Friday, February 28, 2014

Update: 12:03PM THE Fiji Meteorological Service says a flood warning remains in force for the Navua River and all low-lying areas adjacent to and downstream of Sabata station right through to Navua Town.

Similarly, a flood alert remains in force for all low-lying areas downstream of Waibogi to Sabata station.

The Nadi weather office says flood alerts also remain for all low-lying areas adjacent to the Waimanu River and all low-lying areas adjacent to and downstream of Nabukaluka station, including the Waidina River.

People around or near all low-lying areas adjacent to the Wainibuka and Wainimala Rivers and all low-lying areas between Nayavu and Navolau station should also be aware that flood alerts remain in place for these areas.

 





Fiji Times Front Page Thumbnail

Kaila Front Page ThumbnailFiji Times & Kaila Frontpage PDF Downloads

Use the free Acrobat Reader to view.

Today's Most Read Stories

  1. Two appear in court
  2. A-G: Don't interfere
  3. Officers detain international fugitive
  4. Police arrest 6 on drug-related charges
  5. No fear or resistance
  6. Landowning unit to benefit from development
  7. State to reduce debt
  8. Government plans to reduce unemployment rate
  9. $1.6m budget
  10. Tough test

Top Stories this Week

  1. Porn search: Fiji in top ten Friday (27 Feb)
  2. Dead in early morning plunge Friday (27 Feb)
  3. Wife's sorrow Wednesday (25 Feb)
  4. Body find shocks duo Thursday (26 Feb)
  5. 3 walk free Thursday (26 Feb)
  6. A mother's anguish Wednesday (25 Feb)
  7. Humongous sized lemon Thursday (26 Feb)
  8. Leap of faith Monday (02 Mar)
  9. Qiliho: RFMF's role is defined Wednesday (25 Feb)
  10. ITaukei torture cases Thursday (26 Feb)