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Letters: 23rd May, 2019

Well, a lot said, promises etc etc by the Government yet nothing improved. If I am dying and Nausori Clinic is the last option to go to - I would prefer dying.
23 May 2019 16:06
Letters: 23rd May, 2019

Sevens worry

Norman Yee, Martintar Nadi

Oh, so much hype in hoping to win the World 7s Series.

We wish our team our very best.

However, no one mentioned why we lost in Singapore, which was due mainly to two errors on our part.

Why did our commentators miss that?

My concerns continue to be that we have not been able to win kick offs consistently; that one player tends to kick ahead thus losing possession when he could have kicked cross field to a winger to catch the ball and score.

And finally we don’t have a kicker that will consistently make conversions as every point will count.

Don’t we have a player that will spend time shooting the ball between the two sticks?

Won’t it be great to have these areas perfected as well?

But oh such fun and joy watching our boys with their crazy offloads that leave their opponents stunned!

Street or road

Satish Nakched, Suva

There is a lane which is about 50 metres in length behind the ANZ Stadium connecting the Laucala Bay Road called Waisale Serevi Road.

This I believe could be the shortest road in history and the major flaw in the signage is the mix up of using the words road or a street after the name.

I believe the difference is a matter of place and purpose.

The roads run between two distant points and destinations or between towns or cities.

Streets are local access within a suburb and some places have paved roads lined with houses and other buildings on the sides.

This is more common in residential set ups.

There is a need to bring in some formality and standards to decide whether it should be called a street or a road and probably the FRA may identify another short turn off and call it a road.

 

4 Million trees

Simon Hazelman, Savusavu

The 4 million trees in 4 years programme needs as much support as possible in order for it to be successful.

It equates to planting approximately 2740 trees per day with the presumption that all of it will grow.

Planting it is the easy part. It’s maintaining the growth of the trees where the challenge will be!

An enormous task indeed!

 

Nausori clinic services

Ashwini Basant, Nausori

Well, a lot said, promises etc etc by the Government yet nothing improved. If I am dying and Nausori Clinic is the last option to go to – I would prefer dying.

Services has always been pathetic and now it has reached a different level of patheticness for which I don’t have words to describe.

Maybe the minister or assistant minister can send their clerks in disguise as patients and see what sort of service you receive.

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