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Airport movement watched

By SERAFINA SILAITOGA
Wednesday, March 05, 2014

Update: 3:45PM A NEW committee will be formed in Labasa to monitor movement at the airport. Northern Police Commander SSP Naulumatua Lutunacaucau confirmed the committee would be made up of policemen, airport workers and airline staff.

Its a new move and a positive one too as we work towards monitoring the movement at Labasa Airport, he said.

We started our patrol today with our sniffer dog at the airport.

He added said the morning visit turned a lot of heads as it was the first time people saw a police dog sniffing around in the premises.

It will now be a weekly activity, SSP Lutunacaucau said.     

 








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