The Indonesian workers
will be moving to the Noni farm.
Government states they
have had labour issues but a lot of orders to fill.
Earlier this year,
Niue’s government brought in six Indonesian workers to address a labour
shortage on the island.
The Indonesians, who will be in Niue for up to two years, will assist with the road repair programme and picking noni fruits.
The government has put
aside $US34,000 into an account for the workers, but it’s expected they will be
paid by the relative departments, state-owned enterprises or projects employing