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Ministry staff on community clean-up drive

By TEVITA VUIBAU
Saturday, May 31, 2014

Update: 10:55AM THE Ministry of Works Transport and Public Utilities staff have begun their Community Work Program around the country today.

As part of the program, staff members from the various departments are cleaning up the Fiji Blind School in Vatuwaqa, the Father Law Home in Wailekutu, Lami, the Loloma Home in Sabeto, Nadi and the senior citizens homes in Lautoka and Labasa. 


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