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Letters – 27-03-2014

Wailoku supply Jason Verma, JP, Suva May I invite the CEO of the Water Authority to spend a weekend with us at Savura road, Wailoku, and to feel for himself
27 Mar 2014 09:46

Wailoku supply
Jason Verma, JP, Suva
May I invite the CEO of the Water Authority to spend a weekend with us at Savura road, Wailoku, and to feel for himself how much we have to go through every day regarding water supply.
We have almost every day water cuts from around 8.00pm to 4.30am. Around 06.00am is when everyone at home trying to have their shower and other water uses when suddenly it stops coming. After we use the water from the drums and the buckets and all then water business is done, it starts to come around 07.30am.
On Saturday and Sunday, oh Sunday is the church day and I have around 40 to 50 people in the church, not until the service is over around mid-day the water starts to come.
The fact is that when I make a call to WAF, I am always told there is low water level in the reservoir or the pump broke down and the truck will cart the water to my area but we don’t see the truck.
When I tell them that the other houses are receiving water, within ten to twenty minutes I start receiving water, so where is the problem now. Just because my house and a few others are on an elevated level doesn’t mean that I have to call them every day regarding water supply.
What really shows here is the inconsistency with WAF maintaining pressure level for us to receive the water continuously. Hope the CEO will accept my invitation

National anthem
Amenatave Malani Delainavesi

What is the matter with Daniel Urai and his expressing his concern about our national anthem sung in English during the Japan sevens final ? (FS26/3/14).
At least the English speaking world understands what we sang about, let alone the big tears of emotion shed by the Vodafone 7s captain, the whole world saw that. Anyway to say that we singlehandedly destroyed the kiwi dominance by our own strenghth and wit is foolish.
I wonder if any other thing had as much influence on us as much as the English did, in Japan.
Knuckle rugby
Maika Soro, Lautoka
The Veiyasana 7’s tournament held in Churchill Park in Lautoka last weekend ended up in a street fight. A Yamacia player who was high tackled by the opposition decided to box rather to play rugby, luckily the referee stopped the match. I urge the Fiji Rugby Union to put police officers on during these small tournaments.




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