Eastern Division of Fiji

Eastern Division of Fiji has 3 provinces:

1-Kadavu
Kadavu Province is one of fourteen provinces of Fiji, and forms part of the Eastern Division, which also includes the provinces of Lau, Lomaiviti and Rotuma. Kadavu also belongs to the Burebasaga Confederacy, a hierarchy of chiefs from southern and western Fiji with Roko Tui Dreketi of Rewa as the paramount chief.
It consists of Kadavu Island, Ono Island, Galoa Island, Dravuni Island, Matanuku Island, Buliya Island, Nagigia Island, and a few other islands.
The province is divided into nine tikina (districts), each with its own paramount chief and chiefly villages.
The tikinas are
- Tavuki (Tavuki)
- Naceva (Soso)
- Nabukelevu (Daviqele)
- Nakasaleka (Lomanikoro)
- Sanima (Drue)
- Yale (Rakiraki)
- Yawe (Nalotu)
- Ono (Vabea)
- Ravitaki (Ravitaki)
Each high chief is a member of the Kadavu Provincial Council. There are 75 villages in the province of Kadavu.

2-Lau
The Lau Islands (also called the Lau Group, the Eastern Group, the Eastern Archipelago) of Fiji are situated in the southern Pacific Ocean, just east of the Koro Sea.

3-Lomaiviti
Lomaiviti Province is one of the 14 provinces of Fiji. Administratively, it forms part of Fiji's Eastern Division and of the Kubuna Confederacy, one of three traditional chiefly hierarchies in Fiji.

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