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Government Buildings built on land acquired from Nadonumai Village in 1882 which prompted the move by the villagers to Suvavou Village
Suvavou Village home to Nadonumai villagers after they left their land in Suva in 1882
The Suvavou House housekeeping team pose in front of the building. The team are all from Suvavou Village.
Security Guards at the front desk at Suvavou House (All employees who service Suvavou House are villagers from Suvavou Village
The Nadonumai Holdings administration team
Clock Tower at Thurston Garden the orginal site of Suva Village before they moved to Suvavou in 1882

Celebrating 25 years of success

In 1993 the Vanua Nadonumai established Nadonumai Holdings Limited with the construction of their first property, the ten-story Suvavou House in the centre of the capital’s business district. This was made possible after the Government, led by the then Honourable Prime Minister, Sitiveni Rabuka approved the return of Cruickshank Park to the people of Suvavou, located only metres from the original Suva village.



Prime Minister Rabuka officially opened Suvavou House in l997.  It has been fully occupied since opening. The building was designed by architect Ken Lowe from Australia and built by Fletcher Construction in Fiji.



On Thursday, 23rd February, the holding company is celebrating its 25th year Silver Jubilee celebrations at the Grand Pacific Hotel, reflecting its contribution as a proud member of the Fiji business community.

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