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WILL SAVUSAVU BE THE UP COMING HAWAII??? 11 Replies

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SERE NI VANUA MAI NA YASANA...O CAKAUDROVE 1 Reply

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A'I VA'A VINAVINA'A LESU I VANUA

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Comment by THUMBS UP on March 13, 2010 at 11:57pm
Evacuations start in Tunuloa
SERAFINA SILAITOGA
Sunday, March 14, 2010

Update: 7:27PM EVACUATIONS have started in the Tunuloa District of Cakaudrove ahead of Hurricane Tomas.

Teams of Ggovernment officials visited villages in low-lying areas to kove them to higher ground.

Tukavesi police station confirmed the teams visited Buca, Kanakana, Koroivonu and other villages and settlements in the district.

The District Officers office in Tukavesi is being used as an evacuation centre.

At Dakuniba in Buca Bay, villagers have moved to the village.

Petero Iosefo, a villager said the families had moved with their supply of food and water.

He said villagers had been asked to remain in the hall until the all clear was given by higher authorities.

Families at Vunikura Village, Buca Bay, have also moved to higher ground.

Villager Sisilia Seniyasi said the families who moved away from their homes were those who occupied lean-to-houses.

We are all preparing for this cyclone and men have put up hurricane shutters and moved women and children to safety." she said.
Comment by THUMBS UP on February 28, 2010 at 2:56pm
EMERGENCY workers around Fiji scrambled to evacuate thousands of coastal residents yesterday after a powerful earthquake in Chile triggered a tsunami alert.

The 8.8 magnitude quake, which lasted one and half minutes, killed more than 300 people and generated waves that reached Tukavesi in Vanua Levu last night.







Comment by THUMBS UP on February 28, 2010 at 2:55pm
First waves hit Vanua Levu
Monday, March 01, 2010

VILLAGERS at Tukavesi on Vanua Levu last night reported waves surging into the village, sending people for cover in the hills.

Police spokesman Inspector Atunaisa Sokomuri said villagers called Labasa police to report that the village was being swamped by seawater.

"We are calling on villagers along the coast on Vanua Levu to take precautions and move to higher ground," he said.

Last night, people living in Natewa Bay, Tunuloa areas, Buca and Loa were warned to evacuate their homes.

Inspector Sokomuri said police would advise villagers when to return to their homes
Comment by THUMBS UP on December 14, 2009 at 2:35pm
Ferry passengers spend second night onboard
Serafina Silaitoga
Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Update: 9:59AM MORE than 200 passengers spent their second night on board the Suilven vessel last night at Savusavu in the wake of Cyclone Mick.

DISMAC Labasa centre received reports that passengers were still on board the Suilven vessel sheltering at Balaga bay, outside Savusavu town.

Divisional Planning Officer north Ratu Eliki Tikoidraubuta said 14 passengers on board the Suilven opted to take shelter at Savusavu town.

Ratu Eliki said the 14 passengers have been sheltered at assistant Roko Tui Cakaudrove?s house at Yaroi village.
Comment by TT on December 8, 2009 at 9:03pm

Comment by THUMBS UP on November 11, 2009 at 2:01pm
AI ROGO MAI NA ODA YASANA
Comment by THUMBS UP on November 11, 2009 at 2:00pm
It's back, delicacy rises from the deep
Thursday, November 12, 2009

VILLAGERS along the coastal area of Cakaudrove witnessed the rising of the seasonal deep sea marine delicacy, Balolo, yesterday.

Villagers of Naidi, Vivili, Waivunia, Nacekoro and other villagers rushed to sea to celebrate the special and rare occasion.

The balolo rises twice a year, in August and November.

Savusavu district qoliqoli (fishing ground) head Sairusi Rakokoti said they had waited in anticipation for balolo, writhing sea-worms that rise to the surface to spawn.

"We expected it sometime this month and in the beginning of the month so we waited for the balolo.

"The villagers rushed to net their balolo when they surfaced on our shores. This is delicious food only seen twice a year," Mr Rakokoti said.

He said even residents in town were always on the lookout for the balolo, which warned them it was a period of poisonous fish.

The ogo and damu, both deep sea fish, were usually poisonous after the rise of the balolo.

"These two types of fish eat the balolo and get poisonous," Mr Rakokoti said.

"It's also a sign for some people, especially fishermen, that after the rise of the balolo, it is the period of fish poisoning."

Villagers keep their catch of balolo out of the sun because the fish melts in its heat.

They use cold water to preserve their balolo if they plan to send it to relatives in Viti Levu.

The balolo is blue, brown and green in colour. "When we boil it, the soup is light blue and very tasty. Villagers are crazy about it," Mr Rakokoti said.

Comment by Matt on October 26, 2009 at 2:00am
TALOFA EVERYBODY ! Myles, try 2 put up 1 beautiful pix of Cak., coz that's very dark.
Comment by Navatuldy on October 19, 2009 at 8:00pm
Ni sa bula vina'a kece!!!!!!!!!!!
Comment by Hidden Paradise on October 19, 2009 at 7:34pm
Ia mi au sa bula re....halougaa iho a karavi avi....lol...
 

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WILL SAVUSAVU BE THE UP COMING HAWAII??? 11 Replies

Started by jratukalou. Last reply by ilisoni tuivanuavou rabici Aug 8, 2009.

SERE NI VANUA MAI NA YASANA...O CAKAUDROVE 1 Reply

Started by THUMBS UP. Last reply by THUMBS UP Jul 20, 2009.

A'I VA'A VINAVINA'A LESU I VANUA

Started by Roy May 19, 2009.

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