Thursday, April 29, 2010

Unite, Rewa chiefs told

Fiji Live News - April 29, 2010 

Delegates at the Rewa Provincial Council meeting have been urged to unite and work together for the betterment of the province.

At the end of the two-day meet in Suva, the Turaga na Vunivalu of Rewa, Ro Epeli Mataitini urged the district representatives to be considerate of each other’s needs and look out for one another.

He emphasized the importance of children’s education, saying it must be given priority.

“After all our children are the ones who will replace us and lead our province into the future,” he said.

He also urged them that as parents, they must be careful about the language and tone they use in teaching their children.

“They (children) must know that when they are disciplined they are merely being corrected and still very much loved,” Mataitini said.

The Gone Marama Bale na Roko Tui Dreketi was also present at the meeting.

Rewa Province expected to venture into dredging business

Fiji Village News - 29 April 2010

Pita Tagicakiverata

The Rewa Province is expected to venture into the dredging business and supplying raw sand to construction companies in order to fundraise for their future generations.

Assistant Chairman of the Provincial Council Pita Tagicakiverata said the business arm of the Province, the Rewa Provincial Holdings has purchased a dredging machine from China.

Tagicakiverata added that as a result they are now in talks with various cement companies to supply sand. 

The money will then be used to assist in the scholarships for the students in the province.

The Rewa Provincial Meeting being held at Suvavou villages ends today.

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