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Irregular supply

Salaseini Moceiwai
Saturday, March 15, 2014

AREAS of Tabucola and Basoga in Labasa have been identified as the most affected areas of intermittent water supply in the North.

In his presentation during the Macuata Provincial Development meeting early this week, WAF regional manager Northern Romulusi Mataitoga said upgrading works were in progress in the two areas.

"At the moment, there are two areas in Labasa that have continued to receive intermittent water supply daily and they are Basoga and Tabucola," he said.

"Out of the 45 areas that are affected daily as a result of irregular supply in the country, two are Basoga and Tabucola."








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