Families in the Eastern Division receive assistance
185 people are still sheltering in Evacuation Centres in the East

Families in the Eastern Division receive assistance

185 people are still sheltering in Evacuation Centres in the East

By Iva Danford
Sunday 27/12/2020

185 people are still sheltering in 4 evacuation centres in the Eastern Division as their houses were destroyed during Tropical Cyclone Yasa.

The National Disaster Management Office and government officials recently visited Lakeba and Vanuavatu in Lau for initial damage assessment.

Food packs and other essential items were also distributed to families.

Teams from the Fiji Red Cross, Republic of Fiji Military Forces, Water Authority of Fiji and other stakeholders left Suva on Tuesday to supply relief items for those affected in Lomaiviti and Lau.




Latest Videos

Stay tuned for the latest news on our radio stations

CFL radio frequencies
IN DEPTH
Budget 2022 - 2023
The 2022/2023 National Budget will be delivered on the 15th of July this ...
21 hours ago

RKS and Tailevu North retain Tailevu Zone title
RKS won the boys division with 25 gold, 21 silver and 24 bronze. Tailevu North College took out the girls title with 33 gold, 17 silver and 9 bronze ...
9 days ago

Grammar wins Suva Zone 2 girls and boys title
Suva Grammar School have taken out the boys and girls division titles of the Coca-Cola Suva Zone 2 athletics meet. The Grammar boys finished with 28 gold, 24 silver and 15 bronze.
20 days ago
FEATURE NEWS
Landowners to be taken to task if marijuana is planted on their land - Qiliho
Police will now look at the law dealing with illicit drugs and take the landowners to task if marijuana is planted on their land. Commissioner of P...
14 hours ago
LATEST NEWS
Application for the registration of two proposed political parties rejected
The application for the registration of two proposed political parties has been rejected by the Fijian Elections Office. The Fijian Elections ...
10 seconds ago

Farmer asks AG to look after agriculture sector and not rely on tourism
If farmers continue to be victimized due to land lease issues, I do not know when they will be able to contribute to the economic development of the ...
13 hours ago

No plans to fix the road for Koromakawa villagers - FRA
There are currently no plans to fix the road for Koromakawa villagers in the district of Wairiki as the Fiji Roads Authority says its a non FRA road ...
14 hours ago

Tax collections outperform the June forecast by $15.3m
The Fiji Revenue and Customs Service collected a net revenue of $193.8 million in June this year which is the highest monthly revenue collected ...
14 hours ago

PM says he has told the Russian President that his conflict is costing us all and it must end
Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama says he has told the Russian President, Vladimir Putin directly over a video conference call that his conflict is ...
14 hours ago

TOP