Fiji Time: 10:03 PM on Wednesday 7 October

Fiji Times Logo

/ Front page / News

Firefighters help clean hospital

Shayal Devi
Friday, May 16, 2014

NATIONAL Fire Authority personnel helped staff members of Lautoka Hospital in a general clean-up as part of their corporate social responsibility, says CEO John O'Connor.

"About 25 of our staff helped in the clean-up on Wednesday," he said.

"Some of our staff had been going to the hospital to visit their families and they found out that the hospital needed some help in cleaning up.

"That's when we approached the administrators to ask if we could help out and they gave us their approval to do so."

Firefighters who were on and off duty lent a hand yesterday morning and Mr O'Connor said the clean-up was also a part of NFA's quarterly community project.

"We all have a target that we will complete at least one community project."

Fiji Times Front Page Thumbnail

Kaila Front Page ThumbnailFiji Times & Kaila Frontpage PDF Downloads

Use the free Acrobat Reader to view.

Code Inward TTs Outward TTs
CAD 0.61410.5951
JPY 57.033254.0332
GBP 0.30900.3010
EUR 0.41900.4070
NZD 0.72780.6948
AUD 0.66430.6393
USD 0.47080.4538



Exchange Rate updated on 6th October 2015

Today's Most Read Stories

  1. Mum upset
  2. Fiji thrash Uruguay 47-15
  3. FRCA duo sent home
  4. Patel is still in charge at Fiji FA
  5. Applications open for PS posts
  6. China's new glass-bottom walkway cracks
  7. Incident prompts new plea
  8. Minister launches TTF luxury coaches
  9. 'Domestic violence affects productivity'
  10. Authorities investigate fire incidents and death

Top Stories this Week

  1. Rugby outcry Monday (05 Oct)
  2. Fisherman has whale of a day Tuesday (06 Oct)
  3. Tired Wales march on after holding off feisty Fiji Friday (02 Oct)
  4. Man faces further charges of rape, indecent assault Friday (02 Oct)
  5. Family robbed, fear for lives Monday (05 Oct)
  6. Botia up for Wales clash Thursday (01 Oct)
  7. Escapee on the run Thursday (01 Oct)
  8. Court rules on woman's funeral rites Thursday (01 Oct)
  9. The murders and tragedies of Vatuwaqa Tuesday (06 Oct)
  10. Mum upset Wednesday (07 Oct)