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TUVALU IS MORE THAN READY FOR THE PLG SUMMIT

Tuvalu’s final preparation for the Polynesian Leaders’ Group Summit is on course and in this morning, the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development made a last go at planting lily plants on some parts of the road at Tekavatoetoe.

Ministry of Finance staff planting the side of the road with lilies
Some of the staff of the Ministry of Finance at work on the road, and were really enjoying themselves

The Public Works Department, however, worked this week in creating a public park at the end of the southern end of the airfield and to the lagoon side. This site used to be a desalinator plant installation but has been removed to make room for a mini public park.

Last week
Yesterday

There were also improvements to the road to the lagoon side of the main office building and this has been completed by PWD.

The road to the Vaiaku side
The road running north to the hotel

Instead of planting lily plants on the road, one family has decided to put up a fence of painted brown coconuts.

Atabi and Puanita Ewekia’s home
Outside the Tuvalu Post Limited Office
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