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WAF warns of disruption in water supply up north

By SERAFINA SILAITOGA
Saturday, April 19, 2014

Update: 10:01AM RESIDENTS in Labasa have been asked to store enough water because supply will be affected from 10am today.

The Water Authority of Fiji, in a press statement, advises that repair works is being carried out on a burst main at  Nasealevu.

Water supply to Bulileka, Dreketilailai, Boubale, Urata, Boca, Mani Rd, Vunivau, Basoga, Cawaira, Soasoa, Tuatua, Covata,Western Wreckers, Wailevu, Lajonia,  Tuatua, Solove,Tabucola, Bucalevu and Qaloyaga will be disrupted.


WAF says trucks will be carting water to the affected areas and supply is expected to normalise by 9pm.

For more information customers can call on 3346777 or 5777 for Vodafone & Inkk users.








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