Dispute leaves children attending classes in incomplete buildings

A photo taken a year ago of men working on the reconstruction of the Tuatua Nasau Primary School on Koro Island. Picture: FILE/JONA KONATACI

CHILDREN at some schools on Koro Island are attending classes in incomplete buildings as a dispute between the Australian project manager and a local contractor continues. The Australian company Palladium claims local contractor Ba Provincial Holdings Company Ltd failed to provide adequate labour and went over the agreed timeline. BPHCL claims Palladium has not kept […]

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