Rising seawater claims land

Children of Ligaulevu village on the temporary seawall that was built a decade ago by their elders. Picture: SERAFINA SILAITOGA

RISING seawater has claimed about 15 metres of dry land at Ligaulevu Village on Mali Island, Macuata. Villager Pita Boleibau said a temporary sea wall built from dead corals which sits outside the shores also submerges during high tide. “When it’s high tide, the waves come right up to the village and just below the […]

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