Labasa water supply disruption

Update: 2:09PM RESIDENTS living in parts of Navakasigani area and Naku Point in Labasa are advised to store up on water for their immediate needs until later this evening.

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The Water Authority of Fiji has advised that a burst main
occurred at Navakasigani resulting in the interruption in supply.

The authority has advised residents in the two affected
areas that water carts will be on standby to service the areas as and when the
need arises.

Water supply is expected to be restored at 6pm.

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