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October 16, 2012 12:00:00 AM
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Fiji’s Ministry of Education has issued a general reminder to teachers on their roles in the supervision of students in view of daylight savings which is scheduled to start this Sunday.

Daylight savings will start at 2am on Sunday, where the nation will switch clocks forward by an hour from 2am to 3am, and ends at 3am Sunday 20 January 2013.

Education Ministry's permanent secretary Dr Brij Lal said schools will operate normally for the remainder of the current school term.

“So, we need teachers to come to school early during this time so they can supervise students.”

By Lavenia Vuadreu

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