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DCL invests $300,000 in Denarau bridge repairs

By REPEKA NASIKO
Saturday, August 02, 2014

Update: 1:07PM DENARAU Corporation Limited will be investing about $300,000 for the temporary repairs of the Denarau Bridge.

A DCL representative confirmed repair works on the bridge began yesterday which caused some disruption to traffic. 

"We can confirm that there was some disruption but that was only because we had to prevent large vehicles from crossing for about an hour," said the DCL representative.

 "We had to do this because the wooden ramp from the Denarau end had some defects.

"We did not want to risk allowing anymore large vehicles to pass through as we try and address the defect." 








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