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Temporary water supply disruption in Waiqele

By SALASEINI MOCEIWAI
Wednesday, June 04, 2014

Update: 1:04PM RESIDENTS in parts of Waiqele area in Labasa are facing water disruptions as a result of the installation of air valves on the main pipeline in the area.

A Water Authority of Fiji statement issued this morning said areas affected included Nasoka and Navakasigani.

"The authority advises its customers residing in the aforesaid areas to store water and use it wisely during this temporary disruption in supply. Supply is expected to be restored by 5pm today."

For further enquiries, customers can call 3346777 or text to 5777 for Vodafone and Inkk users.








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