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By Jyoti Pratibha POLITICAL SKELETONS Skeletons are stumbling out of a wannabe politician’s closet. If word on the street is to be believed, this particular wannabe has had several run
31 Mar 2014 12:41

By Jyoti
Pratibha

POLITICAL
SKELETONS
Skeletons are stumbling out of a wannabe politician’s closet. If word on the street is to be believed, this particular wannabe has had several run ins with the law in the land of opportunities.
We hear more skeletons some involved in politics would prefer not mentioned could come to light in social media channels.

PROFESSOR ADDS UP
Professor Biman Prasad needs to be commended for moving focus away from the politics of blame to the real bread and butter issues.
While his policies might not be greeted enthusiastically by all, at least he is not producing figures out of the air
On that note, our sources within the chief financial institute tell us that good days lie ahead of Fiji. We are expecting better economic growth to show in final figures to be announced soon.

WHY THE CHIEF WAS MISSING
While on the subject of ground breaking, is it true that a certain chief bowed out of a ground breaking ceremony because he had a full night of merry making at a local pub?
While word was sent that the chief was unwell, those who attended the ceremony had seen the dear man in wee hours in not very sober state.
Not very chiefly behaviour, may we add.

PLANE COSTLY
Word is the cost of repairs to the Fiji Airways Airbus A330 involved in the hard landing at Sydney are mounting.
Disruptions to services are not helping either.
But MD/CEO Stefan Pichler is adamant there must be no short cuts and no compromising.
Meanwhile, there is growing anger amongst some of our pilots over ill informed comments on social media by some who know little about flying.

NO POWER, NO WORK
Out West the story is being told about how when they went to a FEA office there was a sign on the door. It said it was closed because there was no power.

TV watch
Questions from readers: Will Sky Pacific compensate viewers for the services lost during recent disruptions to the pay-TV service?
They suggest Sky should be just as quick to compensate for loss of service as it is to cut off services of those who don’t pay on time.
Feedback: jyotip@fijisun.com.fj




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