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imageWe had an enquiry from a concerned member of the public who was worried about the fate of the public toilets which were housed on the piece of land where the NSRI rescue base is being built. The public toilets are part of the construction and will still be open to the public.There is a comprehensive document on the building project at the public library for those interested.The public bathrooms were in a terrible state when we began the building project. Here are a few photos to show you the public toilets after the revamp.imageimage*
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