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COVID-19 Update 30-05-21 - Statement by the Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama Bula Vinaka and good evening to you all. My fellow Fijians, I come to you tonight to speak to you about Government’s plans to allow us to resume as much normal activity as possible while we work together to put an end to this pandemic in Fiji. I…
EID MUBARAK - Wishing Eid Mubarak to Everyone from Nadi Town Council Family. Please remember to celebrate with members of your household. #StayHomeStaySafeSaveLives #maskup #TogetherAgainstCovid19 ]
COVID-19 UPDATE 2 - Do not leave your house, if you must, without wearing a proper mask. COVID-19 is a rapidly spreading disease and poses a risk to any individual, as soon as he or she steps out of home. Practice physical distancing at all times. Wash your hands with soap and water frequently or use an alcohol. based…
COVID-19 UPDATE - – Yesterday 4 new cases of COVID-19 were recorded. – 1 is from Makoi while 3 are from Nadi and Lautoka. – Regarding the Makoi case, they are not certain about the source where the woman got COVID-19 from. – There is no source point so this Makoi case is a community transmission case. –…
Agriculture Show 2020 - Agriculture Show at Koroivolu Park
Nadi Stakeholders Meeting 2020 - Nadi Stakeholders Meeting with UN at the Council Chambers
Bulky/Green Waste Collection 2020 - Nadi Town Council carried out Bulky/Green Waste Collection along Lodhia Street
Fiji Day Celebration 2020 - To commemorate Fiji’s 50th Year of Independence, the Nadi Town Council felt it was important to observe tradition and protocol in the program while celebrating this milestone event and pay respect to our forefathers as well as Army veterans or elder Statesmen for their toil and sacrifices to our country.
Clean-up Campaign 2020 - Nadi Town Council organized a Clean-up Campaign on Saturday (03/10/2020) leading up to 50th Independence Day Celebrations.   The Council would like to sincerely thank all the various Stakeholders who were part of this great event.
FRIS Newsletter Edition 1 - The Fiji Resilient Informal Settlements (FRIS) is a project implemented by the Ministry of Housing and Community Development, the Ministry of Local Government, the four Municipal Councils of Nadi, Lami, Lautoka and Sigatoka, and UN-Habitat. We work with 16 informal settlements that are severely affected by climate change on increasing the communities’ resilience and adaptive…