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Shortland Street: New episode adds Suva, Nadi as shooting locations

By REPEKA NASIKO
Friday, August 01, 2014

Update: 1:34PM NATIONAL airline Fiji Airways has secured a partnership with New Zealand's South Pacific Pictures to shoot an episode of popular medical soap opera Shortland Street in Nadi and Suva.

In a statement, Fiji Airways said cast members Michael Galvin (Chris Warner), Sam Bunkall (Boyd Rolleston), Ria Vandervis (Harper Whitley) and Kerry-Lee Dewing (Kylie Brown) will be in Fiji next week to shoot the show's annual end of the year cliff hanger.

The Shortland Street team will be filming in Suva and Nadi from Monday, August 4 to Friday, August 8 and the three 30-minute episodes will air in late September or early October.








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