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Water disruptions from 9pm tonight to 7am tomorrow for those along Kings Road in Nausori

Water disruptions from 9pm tonight to 7am tomorrow for those along Kings Road in Nausori

By Pratika Mala
Wednesday 12/06/2019
Workers of WAF

Thousands of people living along Kings Road in Nausori will be affected due to water supply disruptions from 9 tonight till 7am tomorrow.

The affected area is from the junction of Koronivia Road to the end of Rewa Bridge.

The Water Authority of Fiji says they are commissioning a new 250mm pipeline along Kings Road near Davuilevu.

It says the works are part of the ongoing four lane project by the Fiji Roads Authority.

Water supply is expected to gradually normalise by 7am tomorrow.

Affected areas include Dalip Street, Raghu Raj Street, Mahendra Street and YPD in Davuilevu.


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