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Better services

Torika Chandra
Friday, August 22, 2014

THE Suva City Council is striving to improve its services to ratepayers, says special administrator Chandu Umaria.

Mr Umaria said Suva was changing and improving day by day, creating more employment and becoming a tourist destination.

"Last year we gave you the Seabreeze Walkway, My Suva Picnic Park and the Terry Walk refurbishment which are now the icons of Suva," he said.

"There have been some new developments in Suva such as the Damador City, Grand Pacific Hotel and the Raiwaqa Market."

Mr Umaria said more projects were being planned for the city, including the upgrade of Albert Park which would cost between $13million and $15m.





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