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Town seeks help from Chinese firm

Shayal Devi
Thursday, May 29, 2014

THE Nadi Town Council is in talks with a Chinese company to make the municipality safer for all.

Special administrator Robin Ali said a meeting was conducted yesterday with the Chinese officials to discuss strategies to achieve that, which included the installation of cameras that could capture criminal activities.

He said additional projects were planned for the town. One of these, he added, was securing land for sports developments.

"We are looking at providing more convenience facilities for people in Namaka and Martintar but for that, we have to acquire land as well and we are currently working on this," Mr Ali said.

"The major development in Namaka and Martintar is of course the widening of road by the Fiji Roads Authority.

"This is actually holding our plans for landscaping and beautification of Nadi as otherwise, we don't have any space to move around."

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