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Daylight saving to end

Vilimaina Naqelevuki
Saturday, January 13, 2018

Members of the public are requested to wind their clock an hour back as daylight saving ends at 3am tomorrow.

In a statement released yesterday, Government has advised members of the public to change their time from 3am to 2am by this Sunday (tomorrow).

Mere Banuve, a resident of Samabula in Suva, said with daylight saving ending this week, it would be safer for students to travel early to school.

"I am relieved that the time is finally going back to normal as school is about to start again, it will be safer for students to travel in the morning," Ms Banuve said.

Daylight saving began on November 25 last year.








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