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Labasa residents urged to store enough water

By LUKE RAWALAI
Monday, August 25, 2014

Update: 12:03PM THE Water Authority of Fiji (WAF) advises its customers living in parts of Labasa in Vanua Levu that there will be temporary disruption in water supply from 11am to 8pm today.

A statement from WAF says affected areas include; Bulileka, Vitandra, Lowcost, Boca, Urata, Dreketilailai, Anuve, Boubale, Basoga, Vunivau, Soasoa, Batinikama, Rara, Lajonia, Wailevu, Tabucola, Tabucola Tiri, Qelewaqa and parts of Siberia.

WAF states this is because of an urgent repair work required on a leaking main at Nasealevu .

The Authority advises its customers residing in these areas to store water in advance and use it wisely during the temporary disruption in supply.








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